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  1. 4 minutes ago, doomz said:

    took some bad decision down the stretch, but that's what you would expect from a rookie with the ball in his hands against 3 all stars.. great learning experience though

    Yup. They should've put Rubio in and let Mitchell play off ball. Just to lessen the pressure a little. 

    Saw Paul George talking to the Don at the end probably telling him how good he is.


  2. 35 minutes ago, Dupontpt said:

    I dont understand some posts. You either play in 8man leagues or else I dont know. You have a guy shooting at almost 60% 7/8 reb 10pt and 1.6b since monroe got traded..hows that ww material? Juat ride him man. Hes good for 2 , 3 center spot.

    They want 20 point scorers with zero other contributions for their ww adds. They play 1 cat leagues.

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  3. 40 minutes ago, clintonj8 said:


    Could be, but I'd sell high if I could.  No Johnson, Hood or Gobert.  Rookie wall?  Maybe it doesn't matter...  (see above for potential bias)  

    He was scoring 20+ even with Hood in the lineup. Gobert is not a ball dominant big. Will probably increase his assist with drop passes for Gobert and give him more space in the PNR because defenders will respect Gobert rolling.


    I don't see any reason why he can't keep it up. Of course he'll have the occasional bad shooting nights, that's just who he is. But he contributes across the board that even in a bad shooting night where he literally singlehandedly lose you fg, he'll still be worth using. Enjoy the ride boys! 

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  4. 5 minutes ago, Rotokilla said:

    With Terrence Ross out, he's a definite stash. He offers that rare combination of threes, rebounds, blocks...and offense. Yes, I said it. Offense. You can't see it now but he has it. And as time goes on, he'll progressively get better and better. I think it's easy to look at a small sample size and think he doesn't have the offense...but this kid actually is gifted offensively as well. He can *actually* shoot the ball. He's not like the majority of high-school to NBA players where he's completely dependent on athleticism. Just look at all of his highlights. This kid can shoot. I'm really excited about this kid. For keeper leagues, he's probably one of the most exciting players out there. Probably the most upside to date. I wouldn't rank him above Simmons but he definitely will overtake Tatum, Mitchell, Lari, Dennis Smith Jr, Daaron Fox, Lonzo Ball and Collins in terms of fantasy NBA statistics in about three years.  I wouldn't be surprised if he ends up being something like Giannis or Durant in about 3-4 years.

    Woah. So you see him as the top fantasy player in 3-4 years? 

  5. On 11/19/2017 at 11:16 AM, night said:

    I would definitely sell high. The thing with hood is he is madly inconsistent. He would play like he is a Superstar for a few games then he would play like he doesn't belong in the NBA at all. Add the occasional minor injuries that most players would be able to play on but for hood it would mean he misses 3 to 5 games. 

    Like clockwork

  6. 3 minutes ago, beastmaster said:



    I know bam actually.. he is not a natural shot blocker and rebounds might be fairly low based on match-ups but solid %fg will always be there.. what i mean about expectations was all about his minutes. if Whiteside plays tomorrow would you all leave the boat or not?

    Would probably drop him if there's news that Whiteside is healthy. Minutes = key for me 

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