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Welcome To Only And The Best Player Sim League On The Net , NIBL .
What Is A Player Sim League ?
Is A League , Where You Create Your Own Player , With Any Name And Manage His Career . In This League You Will Have Fun , You Can Improve Your Player By Point Tasks And Alot Of More Things Detailed Above . Accept The Challenge And Join To The NIBL Sim Community! Please Read All The Details Coming Now :
First and foremost, the purpose of this league is to have fun. Four to five times a week, players in this league compete in a simulated basketball game. League members create one player using a standard form, then that player is re-created in the game . This player is then assigned to a team and every week players do point tasks to earn TPE (Total Points Earned). TPE is then used to improve the created player, and every week the file gets updated. Every week members get to see the results of their work with their player's improvement on the court. Game stats are tracked and recorded through out the season. The best teams in the league go to the playoffs. The best players in the league have a chance at winning personal awards such as MVP, Rookie of the Year, and many others.
In addition to the competition, there are many forums on the board dedicated to socializing and debating on every topic imaginable. We have forums set up for all other major league sports, and there are forums devoted to random topics as well. The NIBL can be a fun place to hang out and speak your mind, even if you don't get involved in the competition.
Depending on when you join the league; we may have a season in progress. You may be a free agent or subject to join a college school in the offseason. A free agent has the ability to choose which team he wants to play for, just like any free agent would. It is up to you to decide whether to find a team that needs your help, or whether you just want to sign for a huge contract. If you don't make the free agency deadline (currently week 5 of the regular season) you'll have to wait until the next season to be in a college school.
Should you wish to create a player, the first point task you should do is called a Profile. Your Profile is your chance to introduce your player to the league. If you wish, you can try your hand at writing a Media Spot or making a Graphic. There are many other types of point tasks and there are also other ways to earn TPE.
Free Agent/Draftee Profiles
-- Profiles may be done every time your player becomes a free agent or draftee. In short, you give a brief history of your player's high school and college career, as well as his strengths and weaknesses.
-- Media Spots tell about your player in the media. It could be doing a press conference or an interview, or you could also write an article that might be found in a magazine, such as power rankings, league position rankings, and so forth. These are done once a week .
-- Graphics are done by using a program like Photoshop, Gimpshop, Paint or other photo editing program. Basically take a picture of any basketball player, change the jersey, do a background, add other effects and so forth. Turn the original picture into a representation of your player (or another player in the league). These can be done once a week .
-- Auto-Biographies will give a detailed story about your player's life, his background, his family, and his pro career. These are worth 5 points and can only be done once in your career.
Full details are provided here.
-- Giveaways are done every now and again. Sometimes they are available for everyone, other times only people without jobs, or on a first-come first-serve basis, or sometimes there are other special giveaways. They give TPE, and sometimes money and/or other rewards as well. League officials randomly host giveaways throughout the year so keep your eyes open. Throughout the seasons Giveaways will pop up here
-- Jobs are given to the people that can handle the workload. They include Graders, Simmers, Head of Departments, Updaters, Board of Advisors, Commissioners, and so forth. These jobs range in pay depending on how hard they are and the time it takes to complete them. After you have been around a while you may be asked to take on a job, or you can apply for one if you are looking for some extra TPE and can do the job. Full details are provided in the board.