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Goran Dragic 2018-2019 Season Outlook


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Dragic is being very under rated. He is one of the most consistent player in years.

The disrespect Dragic gets is unreal. :)))))   I grabbed him in the 6th also.

Even if you filter out players that's played less than 50 games last year, Dragic was still only sitting at 8th round value on BBM   Why? Why do you think Reggie Jackson sucks in fantasy?

24 minutes ago, malixx said:

i dropped Shai and picked up Tyler...hopefully i wont regret it 

 

Gotta go with upside malixx.  SGA is only going to get better as the season progresses and he gets more comfortable.  Tyler is solid but his ceiling is low whereas with SGA, we have no idea where that ceiling is, but I would bet high. 

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15 hours ago, raaaabz said:

Do you think he’ll have value come playoff time?


Depends on if he actually recovers.  I thought he was going to have value a few weeks ago but then went down again.  I think the Heat will be fighting for the playoffs, so if he's healthy he'll be playing.  No way they tank with their current salary aggregation.  

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The Heat are expecting Dragic (knee) to be available shortly after the All-Star break, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.

The report doesn't provide much specificity regarding how Dragic is coming along in his recovery from a Dec. 19 scope of his right knee, but at this point, he seems to have avoided any setbacks. The Heat probably won't be able to pinpoint a target date for Dragic's return until seeing him take part in on-court activities, something he might be able to resume within the first couple weeks of February.

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The Heat are expecting Dragic (knee) to be available shortly after the All-Star break, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.

The report doesn't provide much specificity regarding how Dragic is coming along in his recovery from a Dec. 19 scope of his right knee, but at this point, he seems to have avoided any setbacks. The Heat probably won't be able to pinpoint a target date for Dragic's return until seeing him take part in on-court activities, something he might be able to resume within the first couple weeks of February.


I'm not even sure he's worth picking up with fantasy playoffs to get underway not long after his scheduled return. He wasn't particularly good before the injury and it's going to take some weeks under a minutes restriction before he starts to get it going. Someone convince me otherwise as he's staring up at me from the waiver wire.

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I'm not even sure he's worth picking up with fantasy playoffs to get underway not long after his scheduled return. He wasn't particularly good before the injury and it's going to take some weeks under a minutes restriction before he starts to get it going. Someone convince me otherwise as he's staring up at me from the waiver wire.

 

I will not convince you otherwise, for I wholeheartedly agree.

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6 hours ago, flat_eric said:


Has there been any news?

I already post it before

On 2019/1/30 at 11:01 AM, kane said:

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The Heat are expecting Dragic (knee) to be available shortly after the All-Star break, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.

The report doesn't provide much specificity regarding how Dragic is coming along in his recovery from a Dec. 19 scope of his right knee, but at this point, he seems to have avoided any setbacks. The Heat probably won't be able to pinpoint a target date for Dragic's return until seeing him take part in on-court activities, something he might be able to resume within the first couple weeks of February.

 

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Just ran and picked this guy up:

tough choice but I Dropped Faried

 

Goran Dragic (right knee surgery) is "making a lot of progress" and is expected to return shortly after the All-Star break.

Dragic is currently at the eight-week mark of his initial 6-8 week timetable, and while Erik Spoelstra declined to provide a specific target date for Dragic, there's a chance he could be back for their first game after the break on Feb. 21. Once Dragic is back, Justise Winslow will return to the second unit, which will complicate the minutes distributions for Dwyane Wade and Dion Waiters. Dragic is close enough to justify stashing in most scenarios.

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