Monday, December 7, 2009

Real 2K Insider [12-06-09]

FILE NAME: Real 2K Insider [12-06-09]
GAMERTAG: Real 2K Insider
PLATFORM: 360

HIGHLIGHTS
61.0% of all players in the NBA (254/416) have been edited!
All edited players updated periodically!
No missing players!
Accurate player positions & rotations for all teams!
Accurate contracts for all edited players!
Starting to implement accessory edits into the file!

BIGGEST MOVERS

Monta Ellis has been playing out of his mind since Stephen Jackson was traded. He's nearly playing 48 mpg on a team that has been wracked with injuries, and recently started a game at SF despite being 6'3" and 180 pounds.

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Brandon Jennings has been in a shooting slump the past two weeks. Teams have been more physical with him which has helped limit him. His shooting percentages get better the further he is from the basket so he clearly doesn't deal with contact very well right now.

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Nate Robinson has fallen out of the Knick rotation due to concerns about his defense. He's been a DNP-CD in the last three games, and the Knicks have won 3 of their last 4 games. A trade might be in the best interests of team and player at this point.

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DeJuan Blair is right next to Reggie Evans as the best rebounder we have ever seen since Dennis Rodman. I think it's very much worth comparing their rebounding ability.

Blair (Rookie @ Age 20: 16.3 ORB%, 27.5 DRB%, 22.1 REB%
Rodman (Rookie @ Age 25): 15.6 ORB%, 15.3 DRB%, 15.5 REB%
Rodman (League Leader @ Age 30): 18.1 ORB%, 34.1 DRB%, 26.2 REB%

We all know Rodman as the greatest rebounder ever, but this was not the case when he entered the league as a 25 year old rookie. He did not lead the league in REB% until age 29 (21.1%), and did not become a mythical rebounder until age 30 where his REB% jumped to an astronomical 26.2% and pretty much stayed there the rest of his career. To say time is on Blair's side would be an understatement. He is much better than 25 year old Rodman, and has TEN YEARS to reach "Godman" status.

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Luke Ridnour has gone largely unnoticed since he is in Jennings shadow, but make no mistake, Ridnour has improved substantially this season, and is just as responsible for the Bucks turnaround as Jennings (and Bogut... and Ilyasova...)

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Rafer Alston may have exceeded expectations last year, but this year he is back to the same ol' inefficient Rafer, and his poor play was one of the reasons the Nets could not overcome injuries and set the record for most losses to start a season.

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Jason Williams on the other hand has filled in admirably for the injured Jameer Nelson, and the Magic haven't skipped a beat.

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POINT GUARDS (60/85)
95 – Chris Paul (+1)
89 – Deron Williams (0)
85 – Rajon Rondo (-1)
84 – Tony Parker (0) (LW: -1)
84 – Devin Harris (0) (LW: -1)
82 – Chauncey Billups (-3)
82 – Baron Davis (0)
81 – Steve Nash (0)
81 – Gilbert Arenas (-3) (LW: -1)
81 - Russell Westbrook (+1)
80 – Brandon Jennings (+3) (LW: -2)
80 – Allen Iverson (-2)
79 – Jameer Nelson (0) (INJURED)
79 – Derrick Rose (-1)
78 – Jason Kidd (-3)
78 – Aaron Brooks (+1)
77 – Mo Williams (0)
75 – Andre Miller (-3)
75 – Kyle Lowry (+1) (LW: +6)
74 – Jose Calderon (-1)
74 – T.J. Ford (-1)
74 – Jonny Flynn (0)
73 – Mike Bibby (-4) (LW: -2)
73 – Mario Chalmers (-1)
73 – Raymond Felton (0)
73 – Ty Lawson (0)
73 – Nate Robinson (-5) (LW: -1)
72 – Rodney Stuckey (-2)
72 – Will Bynum (+4)
72 – Luke Ridnour (+5)
71 – Louis Williams (+2) (INJURED)
71 – Michael Conley (-2)
71 – Rafer Alston (-2) (LW: -2)
71 – Darren Collison (+5)
70 – Earl Boykins (+3)
69 – Stephen Curry (0)
69 – Jason Williams (+4)
69 – Ramon Sessions (-4)
69 – Toney Douglas (+2) (LW: +1)
68 – Steve Blake (-4)
68 – Beno Udrih (+5)
68 – Jarrett Jack (-1)
67 – Rodrigue Beaubois (0) (LW: +3)
67 – Derek Fisher (-5)
67 – Jordan Farmar (+1) (LW: +1)
67 – C.J. Watson (-1)
67 – Jamaal Tinsley (-1)
66 – Chris Duhon (-4)
66 – Carlos Arroyo (+2)
66 – Jeff Teague (0)
65 – Jerryd Bayless (-2)
64 – Eddie House (+6)
63 – George Hill (+2)
63 – Sergio Rodriguez (+1)
62 – Daniel Gibson (+2)
62 – Lester Hudson (0)
62 – Patrick Mills (-6) (INJURED)
61 – Bobby Brown (+3)
60 – Speedy Claxton (-1) (INACTIVE)
58 – Acie Law (-4)

SHOOTING GUARDS 42/80
96 – Dwyane Wade (0)
95 - Kobe Bryant (-2)
87 – Brandon Roy (-1)
85 – Joe Johnson (-3) (LW: -1)
83 – Andre Iguodala (-1)
82 – Manu Ginobili (-1) (LW: -1)
80 – Vince Carter (-1)
80 – Monta Ellis (-2) (LW: +2)
79 – Trevor Ariza (+1)
78 – Ray Allen (-2)
78 – Kevin Martin (+1) (INJURED) (LW: +1)
77 – Stephen Jackson (-4)
77 – Tyreke Evans (+2) (LW: +2)
77 – James Harden (-1) (LW: +1)
77 – Kirk Hinrich (0) (INJURED)
75 – O.J. Mayo (-3)
75 – Delonte West (0)
74 – Leandro Barbosa (0) (INJURED)
73 – Jason Richardson (+1)
73 – Eric Gordon (+1)
73 – Larry Hughes (0)
73 – Jamal Crawford (-1)
73 – J.R. Smith (+2)
72 – John Salmons (+1)
71 – Chris Douglas-Roberts (-1)
71 – Rudy Fernandez (+3)
70 – Shannon Brown (+4) (LW: +3)
69 – Wilson Chandler (-4) (LW: -2)
68 – Charlie Bell (+2)
68 – Willie Green (0)
67 – Thabo Sefolosha (+2)
67 – Sasha Vujacic (0) (LW: -1)
66 – Arron Afflalo (+3)
66 – Marco Belinelli (+1)
65 – Marcus Thornton (+7)
64 – J.J. Redick (+13)
64 – Tony Allen (-2)
63 – Sam Young (-4)
63 – Anthony Carter (+2)
62 – Wesley Matthews (0)
57 - Roko Ukic (0)
50 – Cuttino Mobley (CAP) (INJURED/RETIRED)

SMALL FORWARDS (47/81)
97 – LeBron James (+1)
90 – Carmelo Anthony (-1)
85 – Kevin Durant (+2)
84 – Danny Granger (+1)
83 – Paul Pierce (-1)
81 – Gerald Wallace (-1) (LW: +4)
81 – Caron Butler (0)
79 – Ron Artest (-1) (LW: -1)
78 – Rudy Gay (-2)
77 – Shawn Marion (-3)
77 – Grant Hill (+5)
75 – Hedo Turkoglu (-1)
75 – Luol Deng (-1) (LW: +2)
73 – Shane Battier (-2)
72 – Thaddeus Young (-3)
72 - Kelenna Azubuike (+1) (INJURED, OUT FOR SEASON)
72 – Dahntay Jones (+7)
72 – Jared Dudley (+1)
71 – Marvin Williams (+2)
70 – Quentin Richardson (+1)
70 – Martell Webster (+4)
70 – Andres Nocioni (+1)
68 – Marquis Daniels (+3)
68 – James Posey (-4)
67 – Anthony Morrow (+7)
67 – Al Thornton (0)
67 – Carlos Delfino (+4)
67 – Maurice Evans (+1)
67 – Joey Graham (-1)
66 – Danilo Gallinari (+4)
66 – Luke Walton (-1) (INJURED)
66 – Matt Harpring (0) (INJURED, OUT FOR SEASON)
65 – Nicolas Batum (+1) (INJURED)
65 – Julian Wright (-1)
64 – Omri Casspi (+9)
64 – Antoine Wright (+4)
64 – Derrick Brown (-4)
63 – Jared Jeffries (0)
61 - Peja Stojakovic (-1)
61 – Donte Greene (+4) (LW: +1)
60 – Jason Kapono (+2)
60 – Shawne Williams (+3) (INACTIVE)
60 – Bill Walker (+1) (D-LEAGUE)
59 – J.R. Giddens (+2)
59 – Marcus Landry (CAP)
59 – Devean George (-2) (INJURED)
55 – Adam Morrison (+1)

POWER FORWARDS 55/92
87 – Chris Bosh (0)
85 – Kevin Garnett (-2)
84 – Dirk Nowitzki (+1)
83 – Pau Gasol (0)
83 – Josh Smith (+1) (LW: +1)
82 – Carlos Boozer (-2)
81 – Amare Stoudemire (-1) (LW: -1)
79 – Al Jefferson (-2) (LW: -2)
78 – LaMarcus Aldridge (0)
77 – Lamar Odom (-1) (LW: -2)
77 – Blake Griffin (+1) (INJURED)
76 – Michael Beasley (+2)
76 – Jeff Green (-1)
75 – Zach Randolph (-2)
75 – David West (-1)
75 – Marcus Camby (0)
75 – Al Harrington (0)
75 – Corey Maggette (0)
75 – Paul Millsap (+1)
75 – Carl Landry (+3)
74 – Elton Brand (0) (LW: +1)
73 – Rashard Lewis (-2)
73 – Kenyon Martin (-1)
72 – Jason Thompson (0) (LW: +3)
72 – Ersan Ilyasova (+17)
71 – Boris Diaw (-2)
71 – Anthony Randolph (+3)
70 – Travis Outlaw (+1) (INJURED)
69 – Kurt Thomas (-2)
68 – Hakim Warrick (+3)
68 – Shelden Williams (+7)
67 - Louis Amundson (+2)
67 – Renaldo Balkman (0)
67 – Brandan Wright (+2) (INJURED, OUT FOR SEASON)
66 – Joe Smith (+2)
65 – Ryan Anderson (+3) (LW: +2)
65 – Jordan Hill (+3)
65 – Dante Cunningham (+3)
64 – Glen Davis (-1) (INJURED)
64 - Josh Powell (0)
64 – Taj Gibson (+3)
64 – Serge Ibaka (+3)
64 – Marcus Haislip (CAP)
62 – Josh Boone (+4) (LW: +2)
62 – Yi Jianlian (+3) (INJURED)
62 – Eduardo Najera (-1)
61 – Jeff Pendergraph (INJURED) (-2)
60 – Juwan Howard (0)
59 – Malik Allen (0)
59 – Taylor Griffin (-3)
58 – Vladimir Radmanovic (+4)
54 – Brian Cook (0)
53 – Brian Scalabrine (+9)
51 – Othello Hunter (+1)
48 – Steve Novak (+2)

CENTERS 50/78
90 – Dwight Howard (+1)
90 – Tim Duncan (+1) (LW: +1)
85 – Yao Ming (+2) (INJURED, OUT FOR SEASON) (LW: +1)

81 – Greg Oden (+7) (INJURED, OUT FOR SEASON)
80 – Al Horford (+2)
80 – Emeka Okafor (0)
79 – Andrew Bynum (+3) (LW: +1)
78 – Brook Lopez (0) (LW: +1)
77 – Shaquille O’Neal (0) (LW: -1)

77 – Chris Kaman (+1)
77 – Nene (+2)
77 - Andrew Bogut (+5) (LW: -1)
76 – Andris Biedrins (+2) (INJURED)
76 – David Lee (-1)
76 – Marc Gasol (-1)
74 – Joakim Noah (+1)
74 – Kendrick Perkins (+2)
74 – Rasheed Wallace (-1)
73 – Roy Hibbert (+3)
73 – Marreese Speights (+6) (INJURED)
72 – Zydrunas Ilgauskas (+1)
72 – DeJuan Blair (+12)
70 – Andrea Bargnani (+1)
70 – Samuel Dalembert (+2)
69 – Erick Dampier (+8)
69 – Tyson Chandler (-1)
69 – Ben Wallace (-5)
69 – Joel Przybilla (+2)
69 – Chris Andersen (+1)
68 – Spencer Hawes (+2)
68 – Chuck Hayes (0)
68 - Ronny Turiaf (0)
68 – Nazr Mohammed (+6)
67 – Zaza Pachulia (0)
66 – Brendan Haywood (+6)
66 – Nenad Krstic (+6)
65 – Channing Frye (+3) (LW: +2)
64 – Kwame Brown (0)
63 – Etan Thomas (+1)
62 – Eddy Curry (-3)
62 – Darko Milicic (+3)
61 – Johan Petro (+4)
60 – Solomon Jones (+6)
60 – DeAndre Jordan (+4)
60 – Hasheem Thabeet (+3)
59 – DJ Mbenga (+7)
56 – Mikki Moore (-1)
52 – Jason Collins (0)
51 – Jarron Collins (+3)
50 – Randolph Morris (0)

13 comments:

rb said...

Ok I have been reading you blog for a couple of months now. I am a Piston fan and by looking at your updates it seems like you have something against them. I know they are not tearing up the league right now but I only see updates for 2 of the starting 5. Also, how in the world could you rate Big Ben as a 69 with the way he has been playing but Sheed is a 74??

Michael said...

Along with what rb said... nothing for my man Jonas Jerebko?

Rashidi said...

I've been holding off on Detroit mainly due to a lack of knowledge on their rookies. There hasn't been much urgency to edit their top 3 players either, all of whom are hurt.

Franz Ferdinand said...

Don't know why Flynn is rated 5 points higher than Sessions when Ramon has generated half a win, while Flynn has merely broken even. He is also posting superior shooting and rebounding numbers. Flynn over Love is even worse, considering that Love's rookie PER was 5 points higher. Flynn needs a significant knock. I know the Wolves don't matter, but still.

Westbrook is another overrated one. He is good, but is far too inefficient to have his all-star overall rating. Joe Johnson hasn't been all that great this year, and really shouldn't be the one given credit for the Hawks' season. Its mostly Smith and Horford.

Overall, the ratings are very good, but I just wanted to report what I thought were outliers. ;) Keep it up.

Rashidi said...

Thanks for the assists, it is difficult to keep up with every player in-between updates after all.

Haven't edited Love yet because he hasn't played.

I edited most of the top PGs in the last update but didn't get down to Flynn. I agree that he hasn't been that good, certainly not close to the level of fellow rookies Jennings and Evans.

I agree that Smith and Horford are the reasons for the Hawks improvement (I even dedicated a blog article to this). Johnson is still a good player though and would make the all-star team over Smith (who still has bouts with inconsistency).

Anonymous said...

Wilson Chandler's primary position is SG, shouldn't it be SF with secondary PF?

GermanNetsFan said...

Keyon Dooling have a 58 midrange rating...he should be the 70's, maybe 75...and after his surgery he's not the dunker he last year was.
You also can drop Bobby Simmons 3pt rating, he has 15/52 so far.

Rashidi said...

Chandler is starting at SG right now. Prior to that he was starting at PF. He has yet to start a game at SF this season.

Rashidi said...

Haven't edited Dooling or Simmons yet but I'll get to it for the next update.

Tez said...

Is Stucky rating based on the fact he's listed as a PG instead of a SG? He's averaging 18.5 ppg, 4.5 apg, 5 rpg and +16.10 EFF for the season.

In his last 10 games, he's averaging 20, 5,4.

Rashidi said...

Stuckey probably does rate better as a SG than a PG. He's putting up SG production in the absence of Hamilton and Gordon but will surely see a drop in scoring and rise in assists when he returns to PG.

rhys said...

Boozer -2!

He has been on fire lately (apart from LA abberation)

Just won West Conference player of the week. Apaprt from that well done

Anonymous said...

Where is the download for this? I dont have live