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  1. Brian Bull-Dozier

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    Since I was bored I decided it would be fun to mess around with god mode in this game. So I created 3 players and gave them negative ages so they can play 30+ year without really dropping from the 100 overall I gave them at the start of their careers.

    So I created 3 players, 2 for the 2016 draft and 1 from the 2017 draft class. I should add its just random teams and random players.

    From the 2016 draft class.

    Brett Haskin, starting age -10, he was drafted 7th overall by Minneapolis.

    Ryan Thornton, starting age -10, drafted 3rd by Portland.

    battling it out throughout the year Thornton won rookie of the year, scoring 37.5 points 11.5 REB, 6.9 AS, 2.0 STLs, 2.2 BLKs as a 6'8" player. Haskin got the last laugh taking the Blizzards to the Finals and winning earning the Finals MVP award in the process. Although Thornton also won the MVP.

    In their rookie year they battled 4 times during the regular season with Minnesota winning 3 of the 4 games

    The 4 games:
    MIN 107, POR 75 (Haskin 24, 13, 7) (Thornton 29, 11, 4, 6 TO)
    MIN 119, POR 97 (Haskin 40, 14, 9, 5 BLK) (Thornton 31, 7, 7, 7 TO)
    POR 119, MIN 94 (Haskin DNP) (Thornton 50, 11, 7, 20-21 FT)
    MIN 102, POR 98 (Haskin DNP) (Thornton 39, 13, 8)

    They later met in the Conference Finals, MIN won 4 out of 5
    MIN 108- POR 107 (Haskin 35, 7, 8) (Thornton 29, 5, 2)
    MIN 109 POR 97 (Haskin 40, 11, 3) (Thornton 35, 8, 6)
    MIN 90 POR 81 (Haskin 21, 10, 3) (Thornton 23, 11, 2)
    POR 93 MIN 87 (Haskin 36, 18, 1) (Thornton 21, 10, 5, 4 STL, 6 BLK)
    MIN 129 POR 100 (Haskin 55, 9, 9, 6 stl) (Thornton 37, 10, 7)

    In the 2017 Draft the Phoenix Vultures selected Tahric Thompson with the 1st overall pick, He would win DPOY and ROY as a 7'1" FC starting age -100.

    Thornton would win MVP award from 2017 to 2022 before losing out to Haskin in 2023. Thornton also won 4 straight titles from 2018-2021. Thompson had won 3 consecutive DPOY from 2018-2020 before Haskin broke it up in 2021, Thompson then won the next 2 in 2022 and 2023.

    Haskin would lead the Blizzards to the finals again in 2024 winning over the Philadelphia Cheesesteaks. Haskin would also win MVP honors and Finals MVP Honors. Thompson won the DPOY for the 3rd year in a row.

    In the Year 2025 they are no longer on rookie deals but have decided to stay with their teams regardless.

    2025 would see similar results with Haskin winning MVP and Final MVP awards with Thompson winning DPOY.

    I'll update this post later.
     
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  3. Brian Bull-Dozier

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    I've stopped the sim for now partly due to finals coming up and because this is taking longer than expected.

    So to wrap up the careers of the 2 2016 draftees Haskin and Thornton it went as follows.

    I'll start by going over their careers in general.

    We'll start with Haskin:

    Drafted by the Minneapolis Blizzards with the 7th pick in the draft. He stands at 6'5" and weights 216 pounds.

    He played 39 seasons with the Blizzards (3075 games) leaving the team in 2056 to play for the Baltimore Crabs for 5 seasons (360 games) for a grand total of 3435 games and 44 seasons. He also made the postseason with both teams in all but 2 years of his career once in 2059 and once in 2061 both with Baltimore.

    He holds the Franchise records for all statistical categories. He compiled 96,947 points 7,182 BLK, 6,318 STL, 19,000+ Ast and nearly 38000 rebounds.

    His 50-40-90 season in 2037 was his only of such kind. tack on a 27.3-11.8-7.1-2.3-2.4 stat line he had a pretty good year.

    Season highs:

    Pts: 38.8 PPG in 2024 29 seasons with 30+ PPG
    REB: 14.5 RPG in 2052 His worst rebounding season was his last year still avg 10.4 RPG
    AST: 8.2 APG in 2040
    STL: 2.6 SPG in 2035-2036-2047
    BLK: 3.3 in 2020 3 seasons with 3+ BPG

    Career regular season averages (Postseason)
    games played: 3435 (622)
    Pts: 30.5 (30.0)
    Reb: 12.3 (12.0)
    Ast: 6.2 (5.8)
    Stl: 2.0 (2.1)
    BLK: 2.3 (2.4)

    EWA per Game: .336 (.322)

    so he was a better performer in the regular season then in the playoffs. not by much though.

    For Haskin all years will be when with he was with MIN unless other wise specified.

    now for the fun number crunching.
    years will be marked assuming a 20--(so like this 2017=17)
    18 Championships (yeah 18) all won with Minneapolis. 17, 24-26, 33, 35-41, 44, 47-49, 53, 54

    MVP:
    24 MVP awards all with MIN again 23-29, 33-37, 40-48, 50, 52, 53

    Finals MVP:
    11 Finals MVP 17, 24-26, 33, 37, 38, 44, 47, 53, 54

    DPOY
    11 DPOY awards 21, 28, 32, 33, 36, 37, 41, 42, 46-48

    Didn't win ROY Thornton did.

    First Team All League
    42 nominations 17-56 with MN then 57, 58 with BAL

    First team Defensive:
    44 nominations 17-56 with MN then 57-60 with BAL he would later pick up a 2nd team Defensive nomination in his final year.

    League scoring Leader:
    15 times 23, 24, 26, 28, 29, 41, 44-48, 51-54

    League Rebounding Leader:
    9 times: 30, 33, 38, 40, 41, 43, 50, 52, 58 (with Bal).

    League Assist leader:
    2 times in 34 and 40

    League Steals leader:
    17 times 20, 25, 26, 28, 32-37, 42, 44, 46-49, 51

    League Block Leader:
    8 times 17, 19-21, 30-32, 37

    Regular season single game highs [Playoffs]
    Most Points in a game: 69 in 2024 [61 pts in '24 and '28]
    125 50+point games [19 50+ games in playoffs]
    8 25+ rebound games (27 in 2052) [21 in 2040]
    1 20 Assist game in 2037 (a 20-20-20 game the first one since Chamberlain did it)
    1 10 Block game in 2026
    Once hit 14 3s in a game in 2025
    Triple Doubles: (Playoffs)
    Number: 303 (55)

    5x5 games (playoffs)
    18 (4)

    other things of note.

    Thornton actually joined the Blizzards in the summer of 2033 and played with Haskin until Haskin left for Baltimore in the summer of 2056. Thornton would continue to play for the Blizzards till 2061 when Haskin retired to be in Baltimore's front office due to sticky relationships back home in Minneapolis regarding his departure. Haskin then gave his old team the middle finger and signed old teammate from Minneapolis Ryan Thornton to play out the rest of his career in Baltimore where he played for another 2 years before retiring as well.

    Haskin retired at the age of 35.

    Fun stat facts:

    Once hucked up 22 3s in a game... only made 4.... still scored 50 points with 18 Reb and 7 assists

    Once coughed up the ball 10 times in a game.... still scored 53 points and had 11 boards and 7 assists while hitting 13 FTs and shooting 68% (17-25) for the night

    Fouled out 12 times after already completing 2 50+ pt games, 1 5x5 game, and 9 triple double.

    Once scored 54 points in a game only 2 of which came from the line.

    Led the Blizzards in 2048 to a 75-7 record.

    The Blizzards had 30 60+ win seasons with Haskin on their roster. They only had 1 season with under 50 wins in his time there, 48 wins in 2022 where they still made it to the NBA Finals. 10 70+ win seasons as well.
     

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