Yup, I’ve finally snap.
Our buddies at A Royal Pain has been working on a project that I just so happen to agree with. They are simulating the Sacramento Kings’ schedule on NBA 2K12. And I think I’m desperate enough to try this myself. I own a copy of the game so I have the ability to pull it off. Yes…it may be desperate, but, I love Sixer basketball no matter how I can get it.
The lockout will not stop me from watching Sixer basketball. Now I understand the glaring problem here: You, the readers, can’t see the games. It can be a pain too. It just so happens though that I may be able to record these simulations and post them on a YouTube channel. But, I hope you can handle just reading about the Sixers’ run to the playoffs.
After the jump, read how I’m planning on doing this thing.
I’m only doing this simulation thing until a deal can be reached in real life. If the season is cancelled, I’ll continue to work on these games. I will sit in front of my TV and watch each and every game on the day they are suppose to be played. It will be on the season mode and injuries will be a factor. Then, I will prepare one single post that gives a preview of the game and a recap of the game. I’m going to keep the rosters the same the whole time. Now NBA 2K12 does not have the 2011 rookie class. A Royal Pain did put in Jimmer Fredette on the roster. The rosters will be on default except for this: Each team’s rotation will go according to rating in the game instead of how they actually play in real life. Example of this is that Jason Terry is the best shooting guard on the Mavericks, so he’s starting. In real life he’s one of the best 6th men in the league.
I did miss a few games already. Be on the lookout for posts in the next few days to catch up.
If you have NBA 2K12 maybe you can do the same as me and we can compare results.
Is this crazy? Creative? Waste of time? Maybe you don’t care? All of the above? Hey…I just want some Sixer basketball.