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NBA Sim Tournament

Players

Information about the Legends: description, attributes, tendencies, and tournament stats.

 

Teams

All 30 NBA squads: rosters, offensive and defensive rating, team sliders/strategy, and tournament progression.

 

Tournaments

Each season of Project NBA Sim tournaments.

 

2008 Tournament FAQ

Overview FAQ: Overview of the changes between 2008 and 2007 Tournaments
Roster FAQ: How are Team Rosters determined?
Player FAQ: How are Player Attributes and Tendencies determined?
Team FAQ: How are Team Sliders determined?
Other FAQs

 

About Project NBA Sim

The inspiration surrounding, reasons behind, and adventures of this crazy simulation project.

Project NBA Sim: where the legends of the game compete to see who is the greatest of all time! I have combined my passions for video game and basketball into a simulated tournament between the best of the best NBA players. Using the great NBA 2k series for the PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3, I have created a way to determine every player's attributes and tendencies in Create-A-Player mode by using standardized stats and complicated formulas. Then I simulate the games and put the results here!

There is only one rule at Project NBA Sim - each team can only field a player who had his best year on that team. So, for example, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar had amazing seasons for both the Milwaukee Bucks and the Los Angeles Lakers but he can only suit up for the team that boasts the more impressive year. Each year, new players make their respective All-Time teams, pushing out older players who can then compete for spots on other teams they played for. So, each tournament is different! And with each successive season I tweak and make players a littler more accurate, teams a little more fair, and games a little bit better.

So, if you're a fan of video games or basketball or both or, hell, neither, enjoy my obsession (because pretty much everyone else that knows me just makes fun of me for it)!

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Update: July 12th, 2009