Basketball GM is 100% free and unlimited. No virtual currency, no microtransactions, no pay to win. You can create as many leagues as you want and play as many seasons as you want, all without even creating an account. I know, you've been burned in the past by other "free" games. I know, you think there's some catch.
Basketball GM 4.0 Beta 2. Thanks you everyone for testing the first beta! All of the bugs people found have been fixed. The biggest change from the first beta is that multi-tab play is back. There are two caveats. First, you can only have one league open at a time.
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Basketball GM 4.0 Beta. Check it out! I'll make another post with more details later, but right now, the beta brings some good and some bad: Good: Performance, performance, performance. Depending on your computer and browser, you will find it about 10 times faster. That is a lot.
In Grizzled GM Basketball, you are the general manager of a basketball team (Real Players Back to 1900). In Grizzled GM College Basketball 2 (New League Bug Fix v2021.03.25.0232, Updated/New, Beta), you are the coach of a college basketball team. You can also play our older Grizzled GM College Basketball (Combined Pro & College) .
The last beta was way too fast for me for the first few seasons but this one feels way les overwheling. Also really impressed by how fast the trade proposals go through now. Really great beta all around
Grizzled GM v2020.11.24.0103. Checking browser... Single-player sports simulation games. Make trades, set rosters, draft players, and try to build the next dynasty. ...
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In the beta, contracts are not set in isolation. They are set with knowledge of how much cap space teams have, and which other players are competing for that cap space. So if, due to some random fluke, you find yourself with a very good free agent class in a league without much cap space, players will ask for less money.