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Highly suggest reading this for anyone rostering him or deciding whether they should roster him, some very good tidbits in both of these that are very telling:

https://www.mlive.com/pistons/2020/01/pistons-christian-wood-adjusting-to-nba-workload.html

 

https://detroitjockcity.com/2020/01/05/detroit-pistons-unleash-christian-wood/

There's even some info about why he was recently slumping with quotes from both he and Casey.. 

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your post history is funny skimming over it. you literally write the same three things in every thread, not a single time have you made a solid recommendation or write up (couldn’t really take lo

Guys he’s a journeyman, drop now before it’s too late.

Drummond is perfect for the Knicks. He fits horribly next to Randle, clogs the floor so no one can get to the rack without a help defender easily getting there. He doesn't contribute to winning. He is

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32 minutes ago, johnval1362 said:

Drummond is perfect for the Knicks. He fits horribly next to Randle, clogs the floor so no one can get to the rack without a help defender easily getting there. He doesn't contribute to winning. He is not the most likeable guy out there. He doesn't attract stars to join NY and his game isn't versatile enough to utilize if various ways. He is already fully developed and getting older so his production will plateau. Drummond fans are rare. He will force any other bigs who can't play next to him to leave the Knicks. My guess would be that guy would end up a stud as soon as he leaves for that reason. I can go on and on...

Worst of all, Knicks fans will continue to buy tickets and sell out every game so owners won't care anyway. They will just count their absurd money. Drummond is a true 1995 stud that fits perfectly with living in the past too stubborn to adapt Knicks. I think's it's a near guarantee Drummond goes to NY. It's so bad, it must be true! 

Ex - Knicks fan 


That was my exact sentiment when I read the rumor. The Knicks front office is a frightening combination of desperate and stupid.  
 

Really hope Drummond gets dealt for expirings.

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1 minute ago, My Dinner With Andre said:

Funny. Second injury he’s picked up in a somewhat limited role.

 

Maybe Casey knows something about Wood’s fitness that we don’t.

 

Just sayin. If Casey ran Wood out there for 30+ mins like we want, how long would he last?


It’s things like this that make me want to drop this dude and never pick him up again.  I feel like I’ve been fooled 3-4 times now.  I just don’t think Casey will ever give him a full role.

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16 minutes ago, My Dinner With Andre said:

Funny. Second injury he’s picked up in a somewhat limited role.

 

Maybe Casey knows something about Wood’s fitness that we don’t.

 

Just sayin. If Casey ran Wood out there for 30+ mins like we want, how long would he last?


Dude averaged 35mpg in the G league.  
 

https://stats.gleague.nba.com/leaders/?Season=2018-19&SeasonType=Regular Season

 

Hopefully it isn't anything serious. This was like the one good upside play available in my deep 14 teamer. 

 

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57 minutes ago, My Dinner With Andre said:

Funny. Second injury he’s picked up in a somewhat limited role.

 

Maybe Casey knows something about Wood’s fitness that we don’t.

 

Just sayin. If Casey ran Wood out there for 30+ mins like we want, how long would he last?


it’s the same injury as the last one he had in Toronto, I didn’t see that one but apparently he somehow bumped his knee in that game and sat out a couple of games.

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I’ll take this injury 2 ways.

1.) he’s not injured badly and my stash “stud” is good to go

 

2:) dudes injured and I can rid myself of the heartache

 

just realized I needed a number 3. But yea, Drummond WILL be traded. So I’m still holding. 

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5 minutes ago, JormaJormala said:

Flipped him for Spencer Dinwiddie, straight up. Good luck with DRE trade and playing time and all that... I'm off!!

 

This is pretty irrelevant when looking at your scoring.  The majority do not play with settings like that, so it's possible someone like Dinwiddie is more valuable in your league especially if minutes count (wtf?). 

It's doubtful Dinwiddie holds more value ROS, especially with Kyrie back, but hey it's your team.  I'd rather Wood in the long run.  If someone is comfortable in the standings there is no harm in waiting until the trade deadline.

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At 214 lbs Wood would be the skinniest starting C in the NBA and it's not even close Most C's weight about 240-250 lbs. He will get posted up on, boxed out, and knocked on his butt quite a bit. I'm not sure if he's durable enough to withstand that. He's already getting injuries as a backup. I think the Pistons will try to get a bigger C in return for Drummond.

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26 minutes ago, BoxScoreJunkie said:

At 214 lbs Wood would be the skinniest starting C in the NBA and it's not even close Most C's weight about 240-250 lbs. He will get posted up on, boxed out, and knocked on his butt quite a bit. I'm not sure if he's durable enough to withstand that. He's already getting injuries as a backup. I think the Pistons will try to get a bigger C in return for Drummond.

Yeah. I wanna jump on the hype train, but Jaxon Hayes has the same issue as this, and it really limits its playing time despite however much upside he has. 

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34 minutes ago, BoxScoreJunkie said:

At 214 lbs Wood would be the skinniest starting C in the NBA and it's not even close Most C's weight about 240-250 lbs. He will get posted up on, boxed out, and knocked on his butt quite a bit. I'm not sure if he's durable enough to withstand that. He's already getting injuries as a backup. I think the Pistons will try to get a bigger C in return for Drummond.

 

Isn't Wood more of a 4 (and should be playing as that) anyway? If they get a C back then I don't see why they can't play Wood at the 4, Sekou at 3, and whoever they get for Drummond at the 5. 

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