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You cannot undo it once the undo button is gone. But Emailing Kaz might work.
Does youre speed affect how many rebounds you get in a game?
Speed can be converted to rebounding Via Crash the board/Get Back on D slider.. The further you slide to crash the board the more simulation point goes to rebounding and the less sim points goes to your speed.
So it doesnt affect youre rebounding, and one more question should I have get back on defense or play conservitive defense to get more rebounds?
No, speed sim value doesn't affect your rebounding. Only rebounding sim value affects your rebounding. Here are some comments about speed sim value:
"The Court Rivals Gospel according to Doocar" thread wrote:
8. Speed helps defense and undetermined offensive attributes.
9. Speed does not help determine which team or which person on that teams gets a rebound after a shot.
The "Get Back on Defense"/"Crash the Boards" coaching slider does affect speed and rebounding. If you want to be better at speed, then slide your coaching slider more towards "Get Back on Defense". If you want to be better at rebounding, then slide your coaching slider more towards "Crash the Boards".
The "Take Chances on Defense"/"Play Conservative Defense" coaching slider affects defense and leadership. I'm not sure, but if you want to help your speed the best you can, it may be good to train defense and slide your coaching sliders more toward "Take Chances on Defense". You might want to ask another person about this, though.
^^ Well said
Ill put you on the list of helpers..
Last edited by krishnasitlani (2010-08-04 18:36:10)
What do greasemonkey scripts do for you?
There are different types of greasemonkey scripts. Each are made to do a specific task.
An example is that one of the greasemonkey scripts called "PlayerOfTheGame" makes it to where the website determines and shows you who the best player was in a certain game.
Another example is "Unmilitary Time (AM/PM)". When you train your attributes, it will tell you when the training will finish using military time (such as when it says 14:00). However, some people might get confused with this and will install the "Unmilitary Time (AM/PM)" to switch the training times to unmilitary time (such as instead of saying 14:00, it will say 2:00 PM).
There are more greasemonkey scripts that I haven't mentioned, and I personally have downloaded a few greasemonkey scripts, which have been very helpful!
Hope I didn't make this confusing...
By the way, here's the link to the greasemonkey scripts if you're interested in downloading any: http://www.courtrivals.com/forums/viewt … p?id=67526
Last edited by Deathstar 80 (2010-08-05 00:23:39)
TBH, I don't think anybody fully understands what pumped up does. I think the general consensus will probably be that it isn't that helpful, but maybe someone who has had a solid look into it can give a better overview of it.
Just wondering guys, can u tell me what chemistry's are out there and which are the best ones? Thanks
Are you asking about the list of chemistry?
http://www.courtrivals.com/w/index.php/ … hemistries
There is no such thing is best chemistry.
Note: I don't let RP chem with Non-Role Players.
No Problem. Just keep the question coming if ever you're confused in something.
Do u think you need to have a leadership chem?
Well it depends on the team but if you can see all the team out there they have 2 Leadership players which is one factor in winning games.
Sorry i'm a team captain and id like to mix it with you guys someday
Just don't stop asking if you have questions. Even good captains ask questions.. See you in Pro
Do player chemistry's work better if the 2 people with chemistrys are together on the bench or the starters, or can u put people anywhere and they work the same?
It doesn't really matter