SEASON AVERAGES FOR THE PLAYOFFS
In NBA General Manager, we want to highlight the players of the teams who have made it into the NBA Playoffs. This is how we will be doing it:
The days after the end of the Regular Season, the players of the teams that DO NOT make it into the playoffs will have their season average value.
For example: Kristaps Porzingis:
- Games played: 48
- Points per game: 22.7
- Rebounds per game: 6.6
- Assists per game: 1.2
- Steals per game: 0.8
- Blocks per game: 2.4
SEASON AVERAGE: 22.7x5 + 6.6x10 + 1.2x15 + 0.8x20 + 2.4x20 = 261.5 ~ 260
After the end of the Regular Season, the players of the 16 teams that make it into the playoffs will be valued as follows:
Just like the rest of the players, they will have their season average value, exactly as we explained above. What's different here is that these players will receive a x2 multiplier bonus during the first round.
Once the first round of the Playoffs has ended, the players from those 16 teams will receive an average value based on the games played in that round. Whether they play 4 or 7 games, they will still receive the x2 multiplier bonus for those games.
The players of the teams eliminated in each round (Quarterfinals, Semifinals, etc.) will maintain their x2 bonus until the end of the next round. So, if the players were eliminated in the Conference Semifinals, their x2 multiplier will last until the end of the Conference Finals.
The players of the teams eliminated will maintain the average value from the previous round of the playoffs until the end of the playoffs (without the x2 multiplier at the end of the round after the one in which they were eliminated). Once both the regular season and the NBA playoffs have ended, the x2 multiplier bonus will be removed from the Player Value of all players, except for those on the champion team and they will receive their season average value.
The NBA champions will maintain their value from the NBA Finals, as well as their x2 multiplier bonus for one additional month.
If you have any questions, just let us know.
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