Forget team chemistry, have a chemistry chart that shows the chemistry between you and your teammates ..for ex. I'm PG at the Heats and D.Wade and I are killing it so the chemistry between us go up high like 87% but if I'm not passing say Chris Bosh the ball enough and he upset then the chemistry between C.Bosh and I would be down a little like 65% ...so its basically chemistry with you and individual players. That's where relationships come in and we can have a really good friend/player and if the chemistry between you and a star is low than it shows where his respect lvl is and you can get them to respect down the road of your career..and for example if Lebron just like winning and the team winning games then the chemistry between Lebron and I still goes up even tho he doesn't get the ball a lot but if say if D.Wade wants the ball a lot and I'm not giving it to him even tho we winning games the chemistry between us two can drop because he wants the ball.. and the cool thing is everybody is different and it'll take time to figure your teammates out and how to get along...and if players chemistry is extremely low then it gives us a good guess he'll demand a trade soon but if the chemistry is pretty high then that player doesn't plan on leaving the team ever ....and just to make it much clearer its chemistry between you and a individual player so for example if anybody knows the Lakers when they had Jordan Farmar, the chemistry between him and Kobe Vs the chemistry between Pau Gasol and Kobe were different, Kobe trusted Gasol more and everybody knew Farmar didn't really like Kobe because he demanded the ball alot so even tho they were champs and got rings Farmar left and Gasol has no intention of leaving because he likes where he is at.. Thank you for reading this hope I made it clear and understandable
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