A Young GM - Walter Snethen

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Postby BarryD88 » Fri May 10, 2019 7:12 pm

It did not take long.....no excitement.

29-48 Orlando....108....33-44 Wizards....100...….Lose......PF-David Stockman 17-points, SF-Reggie Davis and SG-Clifton Harvey 16-points.

No playoffs for us. So we reset with the backups playing the last four games of the year.

33-45 Wizards...77.....30-48 Orlando....117...….Lose...….PG-Michael Smith 14-points, C-Kevin DeSantis and C-John Bailey 13-points.
33-46 Wizards...104....29-49 Boston....106...….Lose...….SG-Troy Hampton 27-points, PF-Ricardo Wall 20-points.
37-43 OKC...….124.....33-47 Wizards...110......Lose......PF-Ricardo Wall 32-points, SG-Troy Hampton 19-points.
29-52 Phil......87......33-48 Wizards....116......WIN...….C-Kevin DeSantis 26-points and 12 boards and SF-James Mendez 21-points.

34-48 Final Record
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Re: A Young GM - Walter Snethen

Postby BarryD88 » Fri May 10, 2019 10:33 pm

Wanted to let you see the standings but working on getting that done. So, I will type it out for you.
Eastern Division
Brooklyn......62-20
Indiana...…...53-29
Charlotte.....47-35
New York.....46-36
Toronto...…..46-36
Detroit...…….45-37
Atlanta...…...42-40
Chicago...…..39-43

Miami...…....39-43
Cleveland....36-46
Milwaukee...36-46
WIZARDS.....34-48
Orlando......32-50
Boston...…..31-51
Philadelphia..29-53

Western Division
Dallas...……...54-28
LA Clippers....52-30
Sacramento...48-34
Houston...…..48-34
New Orleans..45-37
Memphis...….44-38
LA Lakers....43-39
Minnesota...41-41

Okla. City...39-43
Golden St...39-43
Portland....38-44
San Antonio.34-48
Utah...…...32-50
Phoenix....30-52
Denver.....26-56
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Re: A Young GM - Walter Snethen

Postby BarryD88 » Fri May 10, 2019 10:44 pm

First Round of the Playoffs...……
East
1.Brooklyn over 8.Chicago 4-0
5.Toronto over 4.New York 4-3
3.Charlotte over 6.Detroit 4-3
2.Indiana over 7.Atlanta 4-1
West
1.Dallas over 8.Minnesota 4-0
4.Houston over 5.New Orleans 4-2
3.Sacramento over 6.Memphis 4-1
2.LA Clippers over 7.LA Lakers 4-1.
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Re: A Young GM - Walter Snethen

Postby BarryD88 » Fri May 10, 2019 10:49 pm

Round Two of the NBA Playoffs
East
1.Brooklyn over 5.Toronto 4-1
3.Charlotte over 2.Indiana 4-1
West
1.Dallas over 4.Houston 4-3
2.LA Clippers over 3.Sacramento 4-2
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Re: A Young GM - Walter Snethen

Postby BarryD88 » Fri May 10, 2019 11:03 pm

Stats...……..
SF-Reggie Davis 18.0ppg...…..51%FG%.....5.0boards......4.4assists
C-John Bailey 16.4ppg...……….54%FG%.....7.9boards......1.3assists
PF-David Stockman 15.1ppg...46%FG%.....5.7boards...….1.9assists
SG-Clifton Harvey 13.8ppg.....47%FG%.....5.2boards......2.2assists
PG-Axel Williams 10.8ppg.....44%FG%.....4.5boards......6.9assists
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Re: A Young GM - Walter Snethen

Postby BarryD88 » Fri May 10, 2019 11:08 pm

Third Round of the NBA Playoffs...…………………..
East
3.Charlotte upsets 1.Brooklyn 4-2
West
1.Dallas over 2.LA Clippers 4-3

1986 Championship
3.Charlotte v.s. 1.Dallas
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Re: A Young GM - Walter Snethen

Postby BarryD88 » Fri May 10, 2019 11:38 pm

1986 NBA Championship...……………………………………………………………..

Game 1.....Charlotte 98 Dallas 109.....FG%-Dallas 50% Charlotte 38%....C-Jeffery Rice for Dallas had 47-points...……..Dallas up 1-0.
Game 2.....Charlotte 111 Dallas 105...FG%-Charlotte 49% Dallas 43%....F-John Bradford for Charlotte had 22points, 15rebounds and 10assists. Series tied 1-1.
Game 3.....Dallas 76 Charlotte 101....FG% Charlotte 51% Dallas 32%....PG-Michael Palmer for Charlotte 25-points, C-Jeffery Rice for Dallas 34-points. Charlotte up 2-1.
Game 4....Dallas 96 Charlotte 120.....FG% Charlotte 50% Dallas 40%....PG-Michael Palmer for Charlotte 39-points, C-Jeffery Rice for Dallas had 31-points. Charlotte Up 3-1.
Game 5....Charlotte 82 Dallas 100.....FG% Dallas 49% Charlotte 34%....C-Jeffery Rice for Dallas 46-points, PG-Michael Palmer for Charlotte 37-points. Charlotte Up 3-2.
Game 6....Dallas 96 Charlotte 110.....FG% Charlotte 53% Dallas 43%....PG-Michael Palmer for Charlotte 43-points, C-Jeffery Rice for Dallas 39-points. Charlotte wins 4-2.

Charlotte Hornets PG-Michael Palmer named the MVP for the NBA Championship.

Charlotte Hornets Season Record 47-35.....this is their 4 trip to the playoffs since 1980 but their first 3 times they were eliminated in the first round. This is their 1st Championship
since 1980.
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Re: A Young GM - Walter Snethen

Postby BarryD88 » Fri May 10, 2019 11:46 pm

All-Rookie First Team.....PF-David Stockman was selected. He deserved it!!!!

All-Rookie Second Team....PG-Damon Wilder was selected. He played 6 games for us and spent most of the year in the D-League. Only PG I guess.
Center-Kevin DeSantis was also selected.
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Re: A Young GM - Walter Snethen

Postby BarryD88 » Sat May 11, 2019 12:07 am

I really thought I did a good job in Washington, but today I was let go.

We improved by 10 wins and we were building I thought one hell of a good team.

After just one season I was let go by the Washington Wizards.

I did some calling around, of course there were plenty of D-League teams wanting
a GM to run their teams.

However, I received a call from San Antonio and they WERE interested in hiring me. I met with
the top brass and we spent a couple days hashing it out. I really wanted this job, as San Antonio
was excited to hire me. I asked if my age (24) was a problem and they said NO, it was my track
record that they were interested in. They said that my work in Washington was what made them
call me and they had no idea why Washington would let me go.

San Antonio Spurs record this past year 34-48. They finished 12-games back in the West.

Taking a quick look at the Spurs roster (as this move caught me off guard and I was not ready) they
only have 7 players under contract. They have a really good Center in Bob Scholl. He is out with an
injury for 130 days. I hope he is back by the start of the season. Strong Forward Jimmie Riggs, the
only player on the books for next year. We have 3-Strong Forwards, 2-Power Forwards and 2-Centers.
We need some players!!!!
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Re: A Young GM - Walter Snethen

Postby BarryD88 » Sat May 11, 2019 1:16 pm

Getting ready for the draft, I noticed that we have ZERO draft picks in 1987. I go ahead and take a look at the draft
class so I am ready for anything. The draft begins........

Orlando picks 5th and they want to make a trade. We trade SF-Sidney Marquis (planning on being a backup for us) for
their 5th Round Pick and we take PG-Willie Mosley.

Then Utah wants to trade their 6th Round pick for PF-Caswell Harrington (a good forward but just not good enough to
start for us, I probably could use him but decide to trade for their pick) and I take another PG. We take (according to
all the draft reports a 4-star PG) PG-Justin Crowell. When he joins the team he is only a 2.5 star player. OK.

Then the LA Clippers call and they want a trade. They want to trade C-Alex Gayden (he will be our backup, very good
player) along with aging SG-Luis Greer (we will not keep him when his contract runs out this year) and we sent SF-Curtis
Keep. I like Curtis but getting a player as good as Gayden is, I could not pass it up. We are now VERY strong at the center
position.

Cap space we have 44+-Million to use on Free Agents. We could use a good SG and SF. We will see how it goes.
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