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Congratulations Karma! You are a natural Danny Ferry. Enjoy your metal.

*applauds*
 

Randolphkeys

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Karma deserves it. He made several smart transactions on a weekly basis. I think I changed my roster all of five times the whole season.
 

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When your team starts to get down, you need to have flexibility and intelligence along with insight to play "the game" (no, not that game).

Karma would be the definition of that, and I would know after playing the season with him. He picked up a no-name who did well on the Wolves for a few games (had an "O" in his name), then got rid of him. All I know is that the season is long, even for fantasy terms. Guys get hurt, little mistakes (like forgetting to put the right player in there) can KILL you.

He was a fun guy to play with also. His spirit is something I wish I could play against all the time. It was nice to have some fun commentary and he was a model of sunshine I wish everyone could be in the world.

Finally, I learned a lot and would love to play again in the future vs. you guys, especially the "masters". I hope I gave you guys a run for your money.

Also Karma, I think luck got you at the right time, especially with Chris Paul coming back. It's not easy to deal with injuries, especially the season-ending ones... But great job.
 
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Karma

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Wow, Rabman you made me blush. :chuckles:

Not sure how I even made the final. Somehow got through on tied series in the 1st two rounds. Just shows you having the top seed gets you far. Hope that is a good omen for the Cavaliers.

I used 39 of my 40 transactions. I'd say 30 of them was trying to find a new Chris Paul with no luck, and the other scrambling to replace Tayshaun Prince who I thought was done for the season but only missed the remainder of the game he was hurt.

David Lee is a fantasy beast.

Big shout out for Kypus for running the show. Awesome job and a fun league!

Rabman, existing players get first crack at the next league so you'll be back. You did a solid job in your first effort.

Anyways back to reality although in fantasy land I am a two time champion! :thumbup:
 

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Congrats Karma. I think im going to have to get in on this next season. All i got to say is i have won my league for the last 3 years. :king:
 

The Oi

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So uh...I never got a medal for my pickem win ;)
 

Maximus

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When you're team starts to get down, you need to have flexibility and intelligence along with insight to play "the game" (no, not that game).

Karma would be the definition of that, and I would know after playing the season with him. He picked up a no-name who did well on the Wolves for a few games (had an "O" in his name), then got rid of him. All I know is that the season is long, even for fantasy terms. Guys get hurt, little mistakes (like forgetting to put the right player in there) can KILL you.

He was a fun guy to play with also. His spirit is something I wish I could play against all the time. It was nice to have some fun commentary and he was a model of sunshine I wish everyone could be in the world.

Finally, I learned a lot and would love to play again in the future vs. you guys, especially the "masters". I hope I gave you guys a run for your money.

Also Karma, I think luck got you at the right time, especially with Chris Paul coming back. It's not easy to deal with injuries, especially the season-ending ones... But great job.
Damn, Rab, I don't think Karma will be into it, but just ask him out already.
 

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Sounds like Rab is lubed up and ready to mount Karma on a table.
 

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Don't worry, Karma. I'll be gentle :chuckles:.

No seriously, lay off a little. Both of us, in separate parts of the world, can really share each others point of view. We both like Z. Respect some things you guys don't. And we both try to be nice to people, almost to a fault.

Not that I expect it to be the case with everybody, but man. I see Karma as a great guy. I can't see why praise is a big deal. It's hard to not see a lot in common.
 

Man Called X

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Ok, where is the gushing admiration for me?

I was robbed in the first week of the playoffs with the Blazers playing almost no games. I won't make this mistake next year.

I'll be back next year, and I refuse to lose.
 

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