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Rule #1

Pacers Digest is intended to be a place to discuss basketball without having to deal with the kinds of behaviors or attitudes that distract people from sticking with the discussion of the topics at hand. These unwanted distractions can come in many forms, and admittedly it can sometimes be tricky to pin down each and every kind that can rear its ugly head, but we feel that the following examples and explanations cover at least a good portion of that ground and should at least give people a pretty good idea of the kinds of things we actively discourage:

"Anyone who __________ is a liar / a fool / an idiot / a blind homer / has their head buried in the sand / a blind hater / doesn't know basketball / doesn't watch the games"

"People with intelligence will agree with me when I say that __________"

"Only stupid people think / believe / do ___________"

"I can't wait to hear something from PosterX when he/she sees that **insert a given incident or current event that will have probably upset or disappointed PosterX here**"

"He/she is just delusional"

"This thread is stupid / worthless / embarrassing"

"I'm going to take a moment to point and / laugh at PosterX / GroupOfPeopleY who thought / believed *insert though/belief here*"

"Remember when PosterX said OldCommentY that no longer looks good? "

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We also dissuade passive aggressive behavior. This can be various things, but common examples include statements that are basically meant to imply someone is either stupid or otherwise incapable of holding a rational conversation. This can include (but is not limited to) laughing at someone's conclusions rather than offering an honest rebuttal, asking people what game they were watching, or another common problem is Poster X will say "that player isn't that bad" and then Poster Y will say something akin to "LOL you think that player is good". We're not going to tolerate those kinds of comments out of respect for the community at large and for the sake of trying to just have an honest conversation.

Now, does the above cover absolutely every single kind of distraction that is unwanted? Probably not, but you should by now have a good idea of the general types of things we will be discouraging. The above examples are meant to give you a good feel for / idea of what we're looking for. If something new or different than the above happens to come along and results in the same problem (that being, any other attitude or behavior that ultimately distracts from actually just discussing the topic at hand, or that is otherwise disrespectful to other posters), we can and we will take action to curb this as well, so please don't take this to mean that if you managed to technically avoid saying something exactly like one of the above examples that you are then somehow off the hook.

That all having been said, our goal is to do so in a generally kind and respectful way, and that doesn't mean the moment we see something we don't like that somebody is going to be suspended or banned, either. It just means that at the very least we will probably say something about it, quite possibly snipping out the distracting parts of the post in question while leaving alone the parts that are actually just discussing the topics, and in the event of a repeating or excessive problem, then we will start issuing infractions to try to further discourage further repeat problems, and if it just never seems to improve, then finally suspensions or bans will come into play. We would prefer it never went that far, and most of the time for most of our posters, it won't ever have to.

A slip up every once and a while is pretty normal, but, again, when it becomes repetitive or excessive, something will be done. Something occasional is probably going to be let go (within reason), but when it starts to become habitual or otherwise a pattern, odds are very good that we will step in.

There's always a small minority that like to push people's buttons and/or test their own boundaries with regards to the administrators, and in the case of someone acting like that, please be aware that this is not a court of law, but a private website run by people who are simply trying to do the right thing as they see it. If we feel that you are a special case that needs to be dealt with in an exceptional way because your behavior isn't explicitly mirroring one of our above examples of what we generally discourage, we can and we will take atypical action to prevent this from continuing if you are not cooperative with us.

Also please be aware that you will not be given a pass simply by claiming that you were 'only joking,' because quite honestly, when someone really is just joking, for one thing most people tend to pick up on the joke, including the person or group that is the target of the joke, and for another thing, in the event where an honest joke gets taken seriously and it upsets or angers someone, the person who is truly 'only joking' will quite commonly go out of his / her way to apologize and will try to mend fences. People who are dishonest about their statements being 'jokes' do not do so, and in turn that becomes a clear sign of what is really going on. It's nothing new.

In any case, quite frankly, the overall quality and health of the entire forum's community is more important than any one troublesome user will ever be, regardless of exactly how a problem is exhibiting itself, and if it comes down to us having to make a choice between you versus the greater health and happiness of the entire community, the community of this forum will win every time.

Lastly, there are also some posters, who are generally great contributors and do not otherwise cause any problems, who sometimes feel it's their place to provoke or to otherwise 'mess with' that small minority of people described in the last paragraph, and while we possibly might understand why you might feel you WANT to do something like that, the truth is we can't actually tolerate that kind of behavior from you any more than we can tolerate the behavior from them. So if we feel that you are trying to provoke those other posters into doing or saying something that will get themselves into trouble, then we will start to view you as a problem as well, because of the same reason as before: The overall health of the forum comes first, and trying to stir the pot with someone like that doesn't help, it just makes it worse. Some will simply disagree with this philosophy, but if so, then so be it because ultimately we have to do what we think is best so long as it's up to us.

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Season Summary and League Update - Summer Trading has begun! 8-Man Rosters also due!

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  • Season Summary and League Update - Summer Trading has begun! 8-Man Rosters also due!

    Dear IKL Owners,

    Welcome to the fifth season of the IKL. Last season's win meant that the Baltimore Bulldogs won their fourth consecutive championship, firmly establishing themselves as the first great dynasty of the IKL era. However, the deep rookie class and significant FA movement this year gives the other 19 teams in the league a great chance to finally knock bulldog off his perch.

    If any owners are not coming back this year, please PM me ASAP so I can get to work finding a replacement owner.

    SUMMER TRADING IS OPEN

    First off, trading is now open again (technically, it was open as soon as the finals ended, but hey)! Teams do not have to worry about the 12-man limit during the summer. Teams also have four picks (due to the agreed-on 8-man roster limits for this season) to trade. Any trades made must be followed up by PMs to me by both sides of the deal.

    SUMMER ROSTERS

    These were the rosters as of the last regular season game.

    Please submit your 8-man protected lists by July 14 (PM me) so we can get the draft rolling ASAP.

    If you are keeping more than 8 players, remind me to take your draft picks away. People who currently do not have a first round pick cannot retain more than 8 players.

    NACOGDOCHES FLYING PIGS (Pig Nash)

    Marc Gasol
    Elton Brand
    Markieff Morris
    Derrick Williams
    Trevor Booker
    Luol Deng
    John Wall
    Nate Robinson
    Kevin Martin
    Tony Allen
    Boris Diaw
    Klay Thompson

    FUNK SEOUL BROTHERS (frostwolf)

    Derrick Rose
    Manu Ginobili
    Ty Lawson
    Rodrigue Beaubois
    Chris Kaman
    Ian Mahinmi
    Hassan Whiteside
    David Lee
    DeJuan Blair
    Tyrus Thomas
    Udonis Haslem
    Jared Dudley

    LAS VEGAS VENOM (Skaut_Ech)

    Kevin Love
    Dirk Nowitzki
    JaVale McGee
    Serge Ibaka
    Hasheem Thabeet
    Jamaal Tinsley
    Deron Williams
    Andre Miller
    Jordan Farmar
    Nick Young
    Mike Dunleavy
    Gerald Green

    GOBIAS ILLUSION (avoidingtheclowns)

    Chris Paul
    Jeremy Lin
    Jarrett Jack
    Jordan Crawford
    Kenneth Faried
    Jon Leuer
    Bismack Biyombo
    Gerald Henderson
    Wesley Johnson
    Kendrick Perkins
    Kevin Seraphin
    Darko Milicic

    REDBULL INTERNATIONALS (GO!!!!!)

    Semih Erden
    Roy Hibbert
    Dwight Howard
    Monta Ellis
    Isaiah Thomas
    Paul Pierce
    Antawn Jamison
    Baron Davis
    Xavier Henry
    Walker Russell
    Gustavo Ayon
    Jason Thompson

    CHINA GROVE CHIOODLES (SycamoreKen)

    Brook Lopez
    Channing Frye
    Jonas Valancianas
    Amir Johnson
    Carl Landry
    Landry Fields
    Chase Budinger
    Patrick Patterson
    Corey Brewer
    Greivis Vasquez
    Darren Collison
    Norris Cole

    HOOPSTOWN HOOPSTERS (diamonddave00)

    Andrew Bynum
    Tyson Chandler
    Chris Bosh
    Tyreke Evans
    Devin Harris
    Arron Afflalo
    Dorell Wright
    Jameer Nelson
    Glen Davis
    Zach Randolph
    Jermaine Oneal
    Wilson Chandler

    PHILADELPHIA CLOWN BABIES (LoneGranger33)

    Greg Monroe
    Anderson Varejao
    Andrea Bargnani
    David West
    Danny Granger
    Marshon Brooks
    Brandon Knight
    Mo Williams
    Eric Bledsoe
    Reggie Jackson
    Jason Richardson
    Gilbert Arenas

    YOUNG TURKS (bellisimo)

    Spencer Hawes
    Jason Smith
    Carlos Boozer
    Kris Humphries
    Matt Barnes
    D.J. White
    Danny Green
    Andre Iguodala
    Mario Chalmers
    CJ Watson
    C.J. Miles
    Sundiata Gaines

    UTRECHT LIONS (Mourning)

    Samuel Dalembert
    DeMarcus Cousins
    Drew Gooden
    Brandan Wright
    Lavoy Allen
    Kyrie Irving
    Ramon Sessions
    Sebastian Telfair
    A.J. Price
    Evan Turner
    O.J. Mayo
    Timofey Mozgov

    JEFFERSONVILLE TERRIERS (BSparkman)

    Andrew Bogut
    Marcus Camby
    Ryan Anderson
    Luis Scola
    Tobias Harris
    Lamar Odom
    Reggie Williams
    Kobe Bryant
    Tony Parker
    Jason Kidd
    Stephen Jackson
    J.J. Redick

    ANDERSON PACKERS (iceman1)

    Al Horford
    Joakim Noah
    LeBron James
    Rudy Gay
    Zaza Pachulia
    Shawn Marion
    Caron Butler
    Russell Westbrook
    Jamal Crawford
    Jose Barea
    Jason Terry
    Delonte West

    INDY SPITTING COBRAS (Speed)

    Stephen Curry
    Louis Williams
    Gerald Wallace
    Rodney Stuckey
    Kosta Koufos
    B.J. Mullens
    Tiago Splitter
    Enes Kanter
    Marreese Speights
    Jordan Hill
    Larry Sanders
    Chandler Parsons

    INDIANAPOLIS MAGIC RATS (MagicRat)

    Omer Asik
    Brendan Haywood
    LaMarcus Aldridge
    Kyle Lowry
    Brandon Jennings
    Mike Conley
    Josh Smith
    Paul George
    Brandon Bass
    Shelden Williams
    Gordon Hayward
    Raymond Felton

    ENFIELD HOWLING FANTODS (SoupIsGood)

    Carmelo Anthony
    Al Harrington
    Tristan Thompson
    Kevin Durant
    Tracy McGrady
    Vince Carter
    Greg Stiemsma
    Nene Hilario
    Kevin Garnett
    Chris Andersen
    Aaron Brooks
    Toney Douglas

    GRONINGEN GEEZERS (pacersgroningen)

    Al Jefferson
    Andris Biedrins
    Rajon Rondo
    Grant Hill
    Hedo Turkoglu
    Andray Blatche
    Thaddeus Young
    Goran Dragic
    Alec Burks
    Al-Farouq Aminu
    Chris Singleton
    Jeff Foster

    BELFAST BANSHEE (Jose Slaughter)

    Nikola Pekovic
    Amare Stoudemire
    Blake Griffin
    James Johnson
    Michael Beasley
    Donatas Motiejunas
    Alonzo Gee
    Jerryd Bayless
    Beno Udrih
    Gary Neal
    Jeff Teague
    Ricky Rubio

    DC DREAMERS (kuq_e_zi91)

    DeAndre Jordan
    Derrick Favors
    Ed Davis
    James Harden
    D.J. Augustin
    Kawhi Leonard
    Jrue Holiday
    Ekpe Udoh
    Trevor Ariza
    Tyler Hansbrough
    George Hill
    DeMar DeRozan

    EMERALD CITY TIPPLERS (zallen541)

    Nikola Vucevic
    Emeka Okafor
    Craig Smith
    Robin Lopez
    Ersan Ilyasova
    Taj Gibson
    Nicolas Batum
    Joe Johnson
    Eric Gordon
    Kemba Walker
    Marcus Thornton
    Iman Shumpert

    BALTIMORE BULLDOGS (bulldog)

    Tim Duncan
    Pau Gasol
    Paul Millsap
    Marcin Gortat
    Joel Przybilla
    Danilo Gallinari
    Dwyane Wade
    Steve Nash
    Jose Calderon
    Leandro Barbosa
    Jonas Jerebko
    Jan Vesely

    VOTE - DRAFT ORDER METHODOLOGY

    An idea that came up during the season was changing the current way of ordering our drafts for next season. Currently, we simply do it in the reverse order of the final standings. However, we also have the option to change it to the NBA model, where the 12 playoff teams occupy the last 12 spots each round ordered by their regular season record, and the 8 non-playoff teams getting the top 8 spots, again ordered by their regular season records. Please vote in the attached poll, also by July 14. A simple majority for either option will make it official, though anyone with compelling arguments as to the opposite will be heard out too.

    Looking forward to another great season! Thanks guys. Get your protected lists in ASAP!

    Frostwolf
    10
    Current
    30.00%
    3
    NBA Style
    70.00%
    7

    The poll is expired.

    Last edited by Frostwolf; 07-01-2012, 07:26 AM.

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    Re: Season Summary and League Update - Summer Trading has begun! 8-Man Rosters also due!

    Flying Pigs keepers

    Marc Gasol

    Elton Brand
    Markieff Morris
    Derrick Williams
    Luol Deng
    John Wall
    Kevin Martin
    Klay Thompson
    Play Mafia!
    Twitter

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    • #3
      Re: Season Summary and League Update - Summer Trading has begun! 8-Man Rosters also due!

      Can you list the draft order?
      Play Mafia!
      Twitter

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      • #4
        Re: Season Summary and League Update - Summer Trading has begun! 8-Man Rosters also due!

        it's in the other thread.

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        • #5
          Re: Season Summary and League Update - Summer Trading has begun! 8-Man Rosters also due!

          Al Jefferson
          Andris Biedrins
          Rajon Rondo
          Andray Blatche
          Thaddeus Young
          Goran Dragic
          Alec Burks
          Al-Farouq Aminu
          Yay, we don't know what we're doing as a franchise! thanks PG!

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          • #6
            Re: Season Summary and League Update - Summer Trading has begun! 8-Man Rosters also due!

            I vote for NBA Style as I believe this method to be the most fairest and balanced overall.

            YOUNG TURKS (bellisimo)

            Spencer Hawes
            Jason Smith
            Carlos Boozer
            Kris Humphries
            Matt Barnes
            Andre Iguodala
            CJ Watson
            Sundiata Gaines

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            • #7
              Re: Season Summary and League Update - Summer Trading has begun! 8-Man Rosters also due!

              Philadelphia Clown Babies

              Greg Monroe
              Anderson Varejao
              Andrea Bargnani
              David West
              Danny Granger
              Marshon Brooks
              Brandon Knight
              Eric Bledsoe

              Mo Williams
              Reggie Jackson
              Jason Richardson
              Gilbert Arenas

              Looking to get younger and more potential-ish, the Clown Babies are open to trade offers.
              Last edited by LG33; 07-02-2012, 12:08 PM.

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              • #8
                Re: Season Summary and League Update - Summer Trading has begun! 8-Man Rosters also due!

                BELFAST BANSHEE (Jose Slaughter)

                Protected

                Nikola Pekovic
                Amare Stoudemire
                Blake Griffin
                James Johnson
                Donatas Motiejunas
                Jerryd Bayless
                Jeff Teague
                Ricky Rubio

                Unprotected

                Michael Beasley
                Alonzo Gee
                Beno Udrih
                Gary Neal

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                • #9
                  Re: Season Summary and League Update - Summer Trading has begun! 8-Man Rosters also due!

                  JEFFERSONVILLE TERRIERS

                  Protected
                  Andrew Bogut
                  Marcus Camby
                  Ryan Anderson
                  Luis Scola
                  Lamar Odom
                  Kobe Bryant
                  Tony Parker
                  Jason Kidd



                  Unprotected
                  Tobias Harris
                  Stephen Jackson
                  J.J. Redick
                  Reggie Williams
                  Last edited by BSparkman; 07-12-2012, 12:44 PM.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Season Summary and League Update - Summer Trading has begun! 8-Man Rosters also due!

                    Emerald City Tipplers

                    Ersan Illyasova
                    Nicolas Batum
                    Joe Johnson
                    Eric Gordon
                    Kemba Walker
                    Marcus Thornton
                    Iman Shumpert
                    Taj Gibson

                    Unprotected:

                    Craig Smith
                    Emeka Okafor
                    Robin Lopez
                    Nikola Vucevic

                    Funk Seoul Brothers:

                    Derrick Rose
                    Manu Ginobili
                    Ty Lawson
                    Rodrigue Beaubois
                    Chris Kaman
                    Ian Mahinmi
                    David Lee
                    DeJuan Blair

                    Unprotected:
                    Tyrus Thomas
                    Udonis Haslem
                    Jared Dudley
                    Hassan Whiteside

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                    • #11
                      Re: Season Summary and League Update - Summer Trading has begun! 8-Man Rosters also due!

                      DC DREAMERS (kuq_e_zi91)

                      DeAndre Jordan
                      Derrick Favors
                      Ed Davis
                      Kawhi Leonard
                      James Harden
                      D.J. Augustin
                      Jrue Holiday
                      George Hill

                      Unprotected:

                      Ekpe Udoh
                      Trevor Ariza
                      Tyler Hansbrough
                      DeMar DeRozan
                      2015 and 2016 IKL Fantasy Basketball Champions - DC Dreamers

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                      • #12
                        Re: Season Summary and League Update - Summer Trading has begun! 8-Man Rosters also due!

                        GOBIAS ILLUSION

                        Chris Paul
                        Jeremy Lin
                        Jarrett Jack
                        Jordan Crawford
                        Kenneth Faried
                        Bismack Biyombo
                        Kendrick Perkins
                        Kevin Seraphin

                        unprotected
                        Gerald Henderson
                        Wesley Johnson
                        Jon Leuer
                        Darko Milicic
                        This is the darkest timeline.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Season Summary and League Update - Summer Trading has begun! 8-Man Rosters also due!

                          CHINA GROVE CHIPOODLES
                          Brook Lopez
                          Channing Frye
                          Jonas Valancianas
                          Landry Fields
                          Chase Budinger
                          Darren Collison
                          Norris Cole
                          Greivis Vasquez

                          Unprotected
                          Carl Landry
                          Amir Johnson
                          Corey Brewer
                          Patrick Patterson

                          I will say, the trade of DC and NOLA trading away Vasquez's competition away made things easier for me.
                          Last edited by SycamoreKen; 07-14-2012, 08:31 PM.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Season Summary and League Update - Summer Trading has begun! 8-Man Rosters also due!

                            UTRECHT LIONS:

                            Protected:
                            Samuel Dalembert
                            DeMarcus Cousins
                            Drew Gooden
                            Brandan Wright
                            Kyrie Irving
                            Ramon Sessions
                            Evan Turner
                            O.J. Mayo

                            unprotected
                            A.J. Price
                            Timofey Mozgov
                            Lavoy Allen
                            Sebastian Telfair

                            Also I want to say I'm not in favor drafting like done in the NBA as I think in the end it could lead to some teams just being in a difficult division/conference not making the playoffs, but at the sametime being massively better then some playoff teams in the other conference who make the playoffs because for example most teams in their conference are in a rebuilding process. This leads to more uneven conferences/divisions IMHO. It might even lead to some teams in the end of the regular season who see that they are not making the playoffs anyway tanking an extra few games to get a better pick.
                            Last edited by Mourning; 07-15-2012, 03:04 AM.
                            2012 PD ABA Fantasy Keeper League Champion, sports.ws

                            2011 PD ABA Fantasy Keeper League Champion, sports.ws

                            2006 PD ABA Fantasy League runner up, sports.ws

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                            • #15
                              Re: Season Summary and League Update - Summer Trading has begun! 8-Man Rosters also due!

                              Would using average points per game be a better method?

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