PG Kyrie Irving | Patrick Mills | Nolan Smith
SG Courtney Lee | Marco Belinelli
SF Chase Budinger | Jared Cunningham | Tyler Honeycutt
PF DeAndre Jordan | Larry Sanders | Anthony Randolph
C Joakim Noah | DeAndre Jordan | Chuck Hayes
Devastating losses against Portland (unnaceptable) and Golden State that sink us deep in the Atlantic and in the league as well.
I really can't understand why a non-injured and with just 1 foul committed Paul played just 12 minutes in a close game 89 - 94 against the Warriors
PG - Chris Paul / Jerryd Bayless / Nick Calathes
SG - Brad Beal / Terrence Ross
SF - Nic Batum / Moe Harkless
PF - Jason Thompson / Markieff Morris / Donatas Motiejunas
C - Nikola Vucevic / Kosta Koufos
Loss at Los Angeles against the Lakers, 106-97. Ironically, we lost the game because of turnovers. All five starters scored in double figures. Marion recorded a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds.
Win at home vs Toronto, 94-89. We were pretty even everywhere, but shot slightly better. Hawes got hurt during the game and just played 22 minutes. He may sit out the next few games with a sore leg.
ATLANTA HAWKS 1996/97
PG: Muggsy Bogues SG: Darrell Armstrong SF: Kendall Gill PF: Charles Barkley C : Dean Garrett
Was just thinking about this, but when you set your lineup Ujiri, are you clicking the "AI suggest" button for your sub matrix so that the game makes sure Paul is supposed to play longer? It may be different in DDS3 but I remember in DDS2, there was that button to auto the sub matrix of your lineup.
Jason Kidd - Kobe Bryant - Andrei Kirilenko - Dirk Nowitzki - Andrew Bogut
Devin Harris - Tracy McGrady - Vince Carter - Nick Collison - Marcus Camby
Shannon Brown - Rashard Lewis