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Jeff NicholsonOffline
Post subject:   PostPosted: Apr 21, 2017 - 01:35 PM



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Philadelphia record:

actual (0-10)
replay (1-9)


 
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Game 11

Kansas City - Omaha Kings @ Philadelphia 76ers
The Spectrum
November 3, 1972

The Kansas City - Omaha Kings came calling for the first time this season and were victorious over the hometown Sixers, 134-119.

KC - Omaha was led by Nate "Tiny" Archibald who scorched Philadelphia's defense for 42 points. Archibald had plenty of help as 4 of his teammates each hit for 15+. Don Kojis notched 18, Nate Williams added 17, with Johnny Green and Tom Van Arsdale netting 16 apiece. Philadelphia had 6 players in double figures, with John Block at the top with 26. Fred Carter was close behind with 25, followed by John Trapp with 15, Freddie Boyd and Leroy Ellis 14 each, and Kevin Loughery with 13. Once again the bottom of the scoring column didn't provide much support as Dale Schleuter, Mike Price, and Bob Rule totaled just 4 points.





actual result:
Kansas City - Omaha - 114
Philadelphia - 101

Philadelphia record:
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Post subject:   PostPosted: Apr 26, 2017 - 08:38 AM



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Just doing points or are you tracking rebounds and assists as well??

Looking to purchase the NBA 2016-17 season.
 
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shelrik wrote:
Just doing points or are you tracking rebounds and assists as well??

Looking to purchase the NBA 2016-17 season.
I'm just keeping points.

Would 2016-17 be your first season with the game or have you played it before ?
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: Apr 28, 2017 - 08:58 AM



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Yes I've played it before was just looking to add this season set. Perhaps an older set from the 60's or 70's for fun.

Have to budget things....

Rick
 
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shelrik wrote:
Yes I've played it before was just looking to add this season set. Perhaps an older set from the 60's or 70's for fun.

Have to budget things....

Rick

The mid 60's to the mid 70's were my favorite era. Whatever season you get, it's a great game !
 
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Game 12

Philadelphia 76ers @ Atlanta Hawks
The Omni
November 4, 1972

The first of a 3 game road trip for the Sixers.

Despite an improved team effort, Philadelphia falls to Atlanta by 7, 107-100. The Hawks had 5 players crack double digits, led by "Pistol Pete" Maravich who put up 30. Atlanta just missed having 7 players in double figures as Don May and Jim Washington barely missed the mark, each scoring 9 points. The Sixers also had 5 players score 10+, with Fred Carter topping the list by hitting for 23. The bottom of the scoring column looked much better for Philadelphia as Dale Schleuter totaled 8, John Trapp 7, and Freddie Boyd 5. Only Mike Price didn't make an entry in the column.

Little did Don May of the Hawks know what awaited him in early 1973.........





actual result:
Philadelphia - 120
Atlanta - 128

Philadelphia record:
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Game 13

Philadelphia 76ers @ Milwaukee Bucks
Milwaukee Arena
November 5, 1972

Philadelphia travels from The Peach State to America's Dairyland for the second game of the road trip, a matchup with Milwaukee.

A closer game than most expected but the Sixers still came out on the short end, losing to the Bucks by 15 points, 104-89. Philadelphia had 6 players in double figures but it was a one man show as Fred Carter scored 28, nearly a third of the team's total. The improved overall effort of the previous game was gone as the four Sixers at the bottom of the scoring column could only manage a collective 4 points. Milwaukee had 5 players hit double digits, led by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar with 27 and Bob Dandridge with 21. The Big O added 16.





actual result:
Philadelphia - 113
Milwaukee - 131

Philadelphia record:
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Post subject: 76ers Replay  PostPosted: May 01, 2017 - 06:27 PM



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A "who's up next" at the end of the night's write up would be a cool add-on.
 
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Post subject: Re: 76ers Replay  PostPosted: May 03, 2017 - 02:07 PM



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gridiron wrote:
A "who's up next" at the end of the night's write up would be a cool add-on.

That's a great idea. I'll start including it. Thanks.
 
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Game 14

Philadelphia 76ers @ Kansas City - Omaha Kings
Omaha Civic Auditorium
November 8, 1972

For the final game of the road trip the Sixers travel to Omaha, Nebraska to take on the Kansas City - Omaha Kings.

The Kings, who took the previous meeting in Philadelphia by 15 points, also take this game, but by a slimmer margin, 111-105. Philadelphia had 4 players in double figures, with 2 others, John Trapp and Manny Leaks barely missing the mark. Fred Carter once again led the Sixers in scoring, hitting 28 for the second game in a row. A team effort by the Sixers allowed them to come close, but close doesn't get you in the Win column. The Kings had 5 players notch double digits, led by Tiny Archibald with 26 and Tom Van Arsdale with 16. Dick Gibbs, Nate Williams, and Sam Lacey each scored 12.





Next Game:
11/10/72 vs New York at The Spectrum. The Knicks trounced the Sixers by 54 points in their previous meeting.


actual result:
Philadelphia - 107
KC - Omaha - 125


Philadelphia record:
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Game 15

New York Knicks @ Philadelphia 76ers
The Spectrum
November 10, 1972

The Sixers return to The Spectrum for 1 game before embarking on a 6 game road trip.

It wasn't a 54 point whipping but even half of that is still a whipping. The Knickerbockers had the run of the court as they cruised to a 27 point victory, defeating the Sixers by a score of 114-87.

New York exhibited a balanced scoring attack with 7 players in double figures, while an eighth, Jerry Lucas, missed the mark by 2. The Knicks were led by Earl "The Pearl" Monroe who hit for 20. Walt "Clyde" Frazier was next with 17. Even little used reserve Tom Riker was able to notch double figures, putting up 11 points. Philadelphia had 4 players reach double digits, and everyone who took the court made it into the scoring column, they just couldn't keep up with their guests. Fred Carter tallied 22 points, leading the Sixers in scoring for the fourth game in a row. John Block was next with 17, followed by Manny Leaks with 15.





Next Game:
11/11/72 vs Houston in San Antonio. The Rockets prevailed against the Sixers by 10 points in their previous game, 111-101.


actual result:
New York - 125
Philadelphia - 106


Philadelphia record:
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replay (1-14)
 
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Philadelphia record:

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Post subject: 76ers Replay  PostPosted: May 12, 2017 - 06:06 PM



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I am assuming you are rolling for the available players each game...yes?
 
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Post subject: Re: 76ers Replay  PostPosted: May 14, 2017 - 01:07 PM



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gridiron wrote:
I am assuming you are rolling for the available players each game...yes?

I'm using actual lineups, up to 10 players. During this era teams did not use more than 10 players in a game very frequently. I generally "sit" whoever had the fewest points in the real life game whenever a team used more than 10.
 
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