"12) xxevilivexx ------ Karl Malone. The player that I wanted after the Admiral was taken at # 10. An offensive force that plays great D too. One of very few players with over 55% EFG and 30% Usage. Fantastic pick here as he was one of the last, if not the last, game dominator left on the board. The season with over 15% assists is my favorite for this league. Round 2 Dikembe Mutombo. Great player to par with Malone up front. Very good defense and very good rebounding. The main components of the front line is set for playoff team. Will the guards be good enough to push this team into the top tier? IMO that's a definite maybe. Round 3 Reggie Miller. A very good pick here. Offense was needed. Miller has awesome EFG% along with very low negative numbers and over 41% from 3. 41 defense . . . well that is weak for this league. If the starting PG has less than 80 defense than I see problems on the end of the court. Nice job evil. Hopefully right players will still be there for you to finish this offensive monster. Round 4 Derek Harper. A very sauvy pick here. Harper plays very good defense at 80, assists well enough because Malone has 15% in that category, makes some 3s at 37% and shoots well enough from 2. Pretty low turnovers and fouls. The perfect addition next to Reggie Miller because you need some D at guard spots in this league. Very well done evil. Round 5 Charlie Ward. This could turn out to be a genius pick. Wards defense and assists are stellar. He shoots over 53% EFG wise and makes over 37% from 3. Use Harper to back up Miller and your guards are set. An SF is needed in round 6. Curious to see who is left at that point. The last 2 picks will determine whether or not this team will make the playoffs of make a deep run in the playoffs. I like this unit a lot. Round 6 Clarence Weatherspoon and Andrei Kirelenko. Well those 2 fill the bill at the SF position. I like both picks. Weatherspoon's 2700 minute season fits well and Kirelenko's 16 MPG season is really great. Nice defense between the 2 and Weatherspoons neagtive numbers are very low. Final Grade A."
So with my team, I had never tried Karl Malone and I tthink from what I've noticed, he can be a real MVP contender. That choice wasn't difficult, then I chose Mutombo to add the rebounding that Karl was lacking. I don't like taking guys who have an eFG below 50, so that was my basis for going forward to a degree. Reggie is always hard to determine in terms of draft position, I like to think he never would have made it back to me in round four. I needed the three's, but I needed the scoring punch as well. I didn't want to take a hit on defense, but I had to sacrifice that. The next pick it didn't make much sense to grab a backup and I felt as though the elite SF's were gone. So I had a list of Steve Nash, Maurice Cheeks and Derek Harper. I'll admit I wasn't leaning towards Harper at all. I've never used him before in the sim, but ultimately I added him to the team. I knew Charlie Ward would be chosen, I just didn't know where and wanted to add more defense at the PG spot. With round six, I had Weatherspoon on my radar since I had picked in round four and didn't give it any thought. I went against adding the lower minute backups to Malone and Mutombo and instead filled in the 3 spot with two guys that should compliment one another to an extent. I am fearful of my team turnovers and whether the backups to Malone and Mutombo can be as great as I want them to be. I think I am covered on all grounds, we steal, block, get to the line with a great percentage and shoots a reasonable, yet not ideal amount of three's. The defense should be one of the leagues best.