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The best thing to happen to this guy is not get drafted by the Knicks. Knicks have no clue how to develop young players. The careers of Knox, Ntilikina, MitchRob and now Barrett will just head st

Yes, that is called getting way ahead of yourself. If Porter did that he would be a top 5 pick. 

He wast must add a week ago. Don't walk, don't run, TELEPORT

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Anyone holding through the All-Star break? I wonder how this kid will play after all the roster changes. What does everyone think his ROS outlook will be?


im def holding ... as long as he can stay healthy, I think the kid is going to be a stud the rest of the way. Solid Double-double with stocks sprinkled in. High FG%
 

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He's not going to play before AS break is he...

 

I'm worried about his production post ASB.  He's a franchise piece for Denver yadda yadda yadda but the fact is he's 3rd in line behind Millsap and Grant and since Denver are in win-now mode Denver have little incentive to forcefeed mins to MPJ in the 2nd half of the season.  I'm really skeptical of MPJ consistently getting enough mins and shots to be rosterable in most leagues as long as Denver are back to full health.

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7 minutes ago, ComeOnAndSlam said:

fact is he's 3rd in line behind Millsap and Grant and since Denver are in win-now mode Denver have little incentive to forcefeed mins to MPJ in the 2nd half of the season. 

 

 

IMO this is the exact reason why he should play! Coach Malone knows what this kid offers and MPJ is what's going to put that team over that hump! 

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Really not optimistic about his outlook with Milsap back and J Grant playing so well. The duo takes bulk of the time at the PF spot and Grant can even rotate to SF from time to time. We do have IL spots but I need to think ahead about the playoff lineup. 

 

Anyone share the same thought?

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Just lost P. George. Not sure of MPJ role after the ASB, even if he is ready to play. So I dropped for J. Henangomez who should have a guaranteed role and minutes until KAT returns.

I wanted to see how this kid is used with everybody healthy. But we have no IR and I could not field a team.

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I'm keeping faith from the encouraging statements the coach made earlier in the year saying he's the future of the team and they're excited to use him (I'm paraphrasing here). 

 

Talent wise he looks like the 2nd best player on the team. He's missed so much time that they need him to play him so he can develop into the star that everyone knows he is.

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They needed his scoring and he did a lot of damage when Murray was out.  But with everyone back I think he still has value as someone who can carry the offense on the 2nd unit and carve out some value ROS in about 20 min / night or so...esp considering his sky high rebounding rate and ability to chip in stocks and 3's...

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3 hours ago, Gamecubesupreme said:

Just got him off of waivers in a 16-team league...burned my No. 1 waiver on him though.

 

Praying for the best.


Nice work. That’s a fantastic pull in most leagues, 16 teamer makes it even better.

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