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  1. Mobdad, thanks you are right. Klay Thompson (29.5) DSJ (23) Ricky Rubio (30.6) **Plenty of free agents in the 20-25 pts range (i.e. Bazemore, Oubre, Tj Warren, Dejounte Murray, etc)** Because of the quality of the wire, I'd like to do a 2:1 to clear space to stream. For reference, last season Rubio finished (31.51) and Klay (26.08) and I'm wondering if I this would be a semi buy-low on Rubio.
  2. Klay Thompson or Kris Middleton Who will be better for the rest of the year? I know Middleton is in a bit of a slump, but does anyone think he will have higher value than Klay by the end of the year? WHIR
  3. My: Klay Thompson and DSJ For: Ricky Rubio I think Rubio will be better for ROY and would like to pull off a 2:1 for one to clear up some room, this is a 10 team points league so there is plenty of good streams on the wire. Question is, am I giving too much? WHIR
  4. Don't do that man. You're looking at it totally wrong. When calculating 2:1 trades you have too look at the combined values of the 2 players you are receiving vs. the 1 player you are giving up PLUS the most valuable player on the waiver wire. Let's say Bledsoe and PG get 40 each (which would be their ceiling) and Giannis 55 (which would be his floor). That means you only need someone of 25 value on the wire. You would need significantly more, especially in a 10 teamer to make that trade even remotely close. Personally I would never trade a top 5 player in a 10 team league w
  5. I like De'Aaron fox and am trying to get him myself. I think Collins is a fair deal. Collison is beasting, I doubt you could get him for Collins, but if you can I would take Collison over Fox.
  6. I wouldn't trade Giannis. He has a good chance at finishing as the top Fantasy player this season and will get plenty of run down the stretch. I would want a lot more than Nurkic for a second player.
  7. De'Aaron Fox or Jayson Tatum Based purely on value, who do you like for the rest of year? WHIR
  8. I love this trade for you. As the above poster mentioned you get to get rid of all your injury risks while getting solid pieces that perfectly complement your build. It'll be hard watching AD and The Process go off from time to time, but it'll be a relief not having to worry about missing games.
  9. My: Mike Conley and Al Horford or Mike Conley and Klay Thompson For: John Wall This is a points league so I'm just looking for pure long term value. Wall has been slightly underperforming and I'm hoping to get him on the cheap. Is this enough? Too much? Too Little? Would love to hear your thoughts and of course WHIR.
  10. Bevs would be a great fit on a punting assists team, I don't think it is too much. That being said, I've never been a huge fan of Barnes for Fantasy purposes.
  11. I would take Gordon over Ibaka. I think Ibaka will be solid all year round but his ceiling is relatively low. AG's upside is tremendous. That being said, Ibaka should be good with JV going down, still I really like AG to break out this year.
  12. Veto worthy. Especially in a 10-teamer. But yes, I would take Kyrie all day every day.
  13. Thanks for your response. I initially offered Horford + DSJ after he blew up, but he countered with Horford + Conley for his Jokic. Anyone else? WHIR
  14. BistroRG is spot on. Not in a 9 team league. I am actually trying to get CP3 and I would love to get him for that price.. in fact I think I'll send out an offer of Horford + Covington...
  15. Pretty straight forward: My: Mike Conley + Al Horford For: Nikola Jokic I'm in a 10 teamer points league so there are a ton of good free agents. I really would like to do a 2:1 to clear some room to use the wire. Thoughts? As always, WHIR. Thanks.
  16. I think blocks and 3's would be your best areas to try to improve. High %/volume FT shooters are hard to find so I wouldn't focus on that. Players like: Miles Turner, Kristap, Lopez, etc. Buying low on Ibaka might be an option although I don't expect much from him, but you could probably get him pretty cheap.
  17. Agreed. Looks solid for a 14 teamer and having Giannis must feel great. Very well rounded and it looks like you made some good grabs in the later rounds and off the wire. What do you feel like your team is weak in? Assists look like they could use a boost. I tend to rate my team against the team I predict I will be seeing in the Finals and build accordingly. What do you feel you are weak in and are there any players you're trying to target?
  18. I agree with Nospmoht04, it certainly isn't as clear cut. That being said, I would most likely accept the trade as you have plenty of players I would easily drop for Simmons. That and I absolutely love Lillard this year (and all years). Wall and Lillard are close, Simmons tips it just enough for me.
  19. Question: is he a buy-low target or is Minnesota just not a fantasy friendly team this season with all the talent they acquired?
  20. I'm all with trying to sell high on Vucevic but I would be aiming higher and trying to do a 2:1 for a quality player. That being said, getting Bledsoe in return isn't terrible value but if I were to accept the trade, I would be looking to move Bledsoe as his role with the Suns isn't cemented and it is certainly possible he will be traded.
  21. I just recently traded Collison for Jrue. May have overpaid, but I'm expecting better production from Jrue. That being said, I'm not sure how Rondo will affect his performance when he gets back. I would wait for Jrue to string together a few good games before shipping him out and aim for something higher. Out of the two, I would take Capella.
  22. Looking to buy-low on Jimmy B and trying to put together a 2:1 to clear up some space. Some possible offers are: Al Horford + Robert Covington Klay Thompson + Robert Covington Those sound fair? Too much? Too little? Any feedback would be greatly appreciated and of course, WHIR. Thank you.
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