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With the top 100 lists sealed in the vault (that could very easily be re-opened by anyone by clicking here), we’ve finished the Lavergne, the Shirley and the Lenny of fantasy basketball lists. Time to get Squiggy with it! These are the best of the rest. These are the names that make good teams great and great teams unbeatable by February. Elton Brand, Ty Lawson, Michael Beasley, J.J. Hickson, Greg Monroe, Serge Ibaka, Kyle Lowry, DeMar DeRozan and Tyson Chandler all came out of the 100-200 rankings last year. You’ll notice none of those guys are here this year. Some of the guys listed here, won’t be next year. It’s a cruel truth. I wish I could tell you that it won’t happen, but it will.   You’ve been to the dentist before, so you know the drill. Every team is different. Just because a guy you want is ranked below a guy you don’t, go with what best fills out your roster. Everything is relative. There is no spoon. Smell the air, catch your breath. It’s the 2011 top 200 for fantasy basketball, snitches!

101. Austin Daye – 2011 Projections: .435/.790/1.5/13.5/6.5/1.5/1/1/2
102. Caron Butler – 2011 Projections: .440/.815/0.5/14.5/3.5/1.5/1/0.5/1.5
103. Kyrie Irving – 2011 Projections: .445/.850/0.5/15/2/4.5/1.5/0.5/3.5
104. Jose Calderon – 2011 Projections: .465/.870/1/10/2/7/1/0/2
105. Amir Johnson – 2011  Prediction: .545/.705/0 /11.5/7/1/0.5 /1.5/1
106. Emeka Okafor – 2011 Projections: .550/.555/0/12/10/0.5/0.5/1.5/2
107. Jamal Crawford – 2011 Projections: .425/.860/2/14/2/3/1/0/2.5
108. Rashard Lewis – 2011 Projections: .445/.810/1.5/13/4.5/1.5/1/0.5/1.5
109. Rodney Stuckey – 2011 Projections: .450/.855/0.5/16/3/6/1.5/0/2.5
110. Antawn Jamison – 2011 Projections: .460/.710/1/17/6/1.5/1/0.5/1.5

111. Jarrett Jack – 2011 Projections: .405/.840/0.5/15/3.5/6/1/0/2.5
112. Paul George
– 2011 Projections: .470/.760/1/12.5/5/1.5/1.5/0.5/1.5
113. Jameer Nelson – 2011 Projections: .455/.825/1.5/12/3/5.5/1/0/2
114. Nick Young
– 2011 Projections: .445/.820/1.5 /15 /2.5 /1 /0.5 /0 /1.5
115. Jeff Teague
– 2011 Projections: .480/.815/0/12.5/2.5/4.5/1/0/1.5
116. Andrei Kirilenko – 2011 Projections: .460/.750/0.5 /11 /5 /2.5 /1 /1 /1.5
117. DeAndre Jordan – 2011 Projections: .585/.465/0/8.5/10/0.5/0.5/2.5/2
118. Anderson Varejao – 2011 Projections: .530/.665/0/9.5/10/1/1/1/1.5
119. Chris Kaman – 2011 Projections: .485/.740/0/13/7.5/1.5/0.5/1.5/2.5
120. Ryan Anderson – 2011 Projections: .425/.800/2.5/12.5/6.5/1/0.5/0.5/1

121. Trevor Ariza – 2011 Projections: .415/.690/1 /11.5 /5 /3 /1.5 /0.5 /2
122. Al Harrington
– 2011 Projections: .440/.775/1.5/14/5/1.5/1/0/2
123. Josh McRoberts – 2011 Projections: .520/.745/0/9.5/6.5/2/1/1/2
124. Beno Udrih – 2011 Projections: .490/.865/0.5/13/2/4.5/1/0/1.5
125. Carlos Delfino – 2011 Projections: .400/.760/2 /11/4/3/1/0/1.5
126. Derrick Williams – 2011 Projections: .440/.810/0.5/14/6/1/0.5/0.5/2.5
127. Evan Turner2011 Projections: .450/.800/0/11.5/6/3/1/0.5/1.5
128. Andre Miller – 2011 Projections: .470/.850/0 /10.5 /3 /4.5 /1 /0 /2
129. Iman Shumpert – 2011 Projections: .415/.745/1/11.5/4.5/3/1.5/0.5/3
130. Vince Carter - 2011 Projections: .440/.820/1/13/3/3/1/0/1.5

131. Jerryd Bayless – 2011 Projections: .435/.810/1.5/13.5/3/4/0.5/0/2
132. Mo Williams
– 2011 Projections: .454/.850/1/9.5/2 /3.5 /1 /0 /1.5
133. Gordon Hayward – 2011 Projections: .435/.735/0.5/11/3/2/0.5/0.5/1.5
134.
Ed Davis – 2011 Projections: .555/.605/0/12.5/9/1/0.5/1/1.5
135. Jonas Jerebko
– 2011 Projections: .475/.770/1/11.5/6/2/1/0.5/2
136. Derrick Favors – 2011 Projections: .500/.570/0 /11/6.5/1 /0.5 /1 /1.5
137. Tyrus Thomas – 2011 Projections: .455/.720/0/12/6/2/1/1.5/1.5
138. Marcus Camby – 2011 Projections: .435/.620/0/5/9.5/2/1/1/1
139. Lou Williams 2011 Projections: .430/.815/1/14/2.5/4/1.5/0/1.5
140. Anthony Morrow – 2011 Projections: .445/.890/2/14.5/3.5/1.5/0/0/1

141. John Salmons2011 Projections: .445/.805/1/12.5/4.5/2.5/1/0.5/2
142. Richard Hamilton – 2011 Projections: .440/.845/0.5/13.5/2/2.5/0.5/0/1.5
           Darrell Arthur – 2011 Projections: .470/.790/0/11.5/5/1.5/1/1/1.5 [out for season]
143. Chase Budinger – 2011 Projections: .440/.865/1.5/11/4/1.5/1/0/2
144. Rodrigue Beaubois
– 2011 Projections: .455/.800/1/11.5/2.5/3.5/1/0/2
145. Brandon Bass
– 2011 Projections: .500/.815/0/12.5/6.5/1/0.5/1/1.5
146. Shawn Marion – 2011 Projections: .525/.780/0/12/6/2/1/0.5/1.5
147. Udonis Haslem – 2011 Projections: .500/.775/0/11/9/1/0.5/0.5/1.5
148. Carl Landry
– 2011 Projections: .505/.750/0/15/5/1/0.5/0.5/2
149. Eric Bledsoe
– 2011 Projections: .440/.780/0.5/8.5/2/2/1/0.5/2
150. Ricky Rubio – 2011 Projections: .405/.805/0.5/7.5/4.5/5/1.5/0/3

151. Richard Jefferson – 2011 Projections: .450/.770/1/12/3.5/3/0.5/0.5/1.5
152. Grant Hill – 2011 Projections: .470/.815/0.5/12/4.5/2.5/0.5/0.5/1.5
153. Metta World Peace – 2011 Projections: .400/.700/1/11/4/3/1.5/0/1.5
154. Kendrick Perkins – 2011 Projections: .530/.550/0/8/8/1/0/1.5/2
155. Tyler Hansbrough – 2011 Projections: .470/.775/0/14/6/1.5/1/0.5/2
156. Kemba Walker – 2011 Projections: .435/.800/0/14/2/3.5/1.5/0/3
157. Ben Gordon
– 2011 Projections: .425/.865/1.5/11.5/2/2/0.5/0/2
158. Shannon Brown – 2011 Projections: .430/.865/1/11.5/3/2/1/0.5/1.5
159. Wesley Johnson – 2011 Projections: .415/.700/1.5/10/3.5/2/1/0.5/1.5
160. Shane Battier - 2011 Projections: .450/.670/1/8/5/2.5/1/1/1

161. Charlie Villanueva – 2011 Projections: .430/.800/1/12/4.5/1/0.5/0.5/1
162. DeJuan Blair – 2011 Projections: .520/.675/0/10/7.5/1/1/0.5/1.5
163. Kwame Brown
– 2011 Projections: .500/.575/0/8.5/7.5/1/0.5/0.5/1.5
164. Anthony Randolph – 2011 Projections: .475/.750/0/10/5/1/1/1/1.5
165. Troy Murphy - 2011 Projections: .450/.745/1/9.5/5.5/1.5/0.5/0.5/1
166. James Johnson – 2011 Projections: .440/.705/0.5/8.5/4/2.5/0.5/1/1.5
167. Tony Allen
– 2011 Projections: .505/.740/0/8.5/3/1.5/1.5/0.5/1.5
168. Brandon Knight – 2011 Projections: .420/.785/0.5/14/3/4.5/0.5/0/3.5
169. Luke Ridnour – 2011 Projections: .465/.902/1/10/2/4/0.5/0/2
170. Baron Davis - 2011 Projections: .410/.750/1.5/13/2.5/6/1/0.5/3

171. Tracy McGrady – 2011 Projections: .425/.725/1/8/3.5/3.5/1/0.5/1.5
172. J.J. Barea – 2011 Projections: .440/.830/1/11.5/2.5/4.5/0.5/0/2
173. Jan Vesely
– 2011 Projections: .460/.525/0.5/9/3/1/1/1/1.5
174. Klay Thompson – 2011 Projections: .440/.810/1.5/12/2.5/1.5/1/0/1.5
175. Jimmer Fredette – 2011 Projections: .440/.885/1.5/13/3/3/0/0/2.5
176. Kirk Hinrich – 2011 Projections: .440/.790/1/10/2/3.5/1/0/1.5
177. Spencer Hawes – 2011 Projections: .470/.625/0/7/5.5/1.5/0.5/1/1
178. Enes Kanter – 2011 Projections: .495/.500/0/6.5/7/1/0.5/1/1
179. O.J. Mayo – 2011 Projections: .435/.795/1.5/11/2/2/1/0/1.5
180. Jodie Meeks – 2011 Projections: .420/ .845/1/9.5/2/1/1/0/1

181. Reggie Williams – 2011 Projections: .480/.812/1/15/4.5/2.5/1/0.5/1.5 [out 'til Feb.]
182. Samuel Dalembert – 2011 Projections: .480/.730/0/8/8.5/0.5/0.5/1.5/1.5
183.
Darko Milicic – 2011 Projections: .470/.575/0/7.5/5.5/1/0.5/2/2
184. Ramon Sessions – 2011 Projections: .460/.780/0/12.5/3/4/1/0/2
185. Tayshaun Prince – 2011 Projections: .470/.720/0/11/4/2.5/0.5/0.5/1
186. Chuck Hayes – 2011 Projections: .495/.650/0/5.5/5.5/2/1/0.5/1
187. Jordan Farmar – 2011 Projections: .420/.740/1/9/2.5/4.5/0.5/0/1.5
188. Landry Fields – 2011 Projections: .480/.770/1/9/6/1.5/1/0/1
189. Al-Farouq Aminu – 2011 Projections: .430/.750/0.5/9/4.5/1/1/0.5/1.5
190. Tristan Thompson – 2011 Projections: .465/.515/0/8.5/6.5/1/0.5/0.5/1.5

191. Goran Dragic – 2011 Projections: .450/.750/1/8/2/3/0.5/0/2
192. Andris Biedrins - 2011 Projections: .540/.390/0/7.5/8/1/1/1/1
193. Drew Gooden – 2011 Projections: .460/.830/0/9.5/6/1/0.5/0.5/1
194. Ekpe Udoh - 2011 Projections: .447/.708/0/6/4/0.5/0.5/2.5/1
195. Taj Gibson – 2011 Projections: .475/.660/0/8/6.5/1/0.5/1/1
196. J.J. Redick – 2011 Projections: .420/.880/2/11/2/2/0/0/1
197. Rudy Fernandez – 2011 Projections: .440/.855/1/9/2.5/2.5/1/0/1
198. Glen Davis – 2011 Projections: .455/.745/0/9/4/1/1/0/1
199. Jason Thompson – 2011 Projections: .500/.680/0/7.5/6.5/1/0/0.5/1
200. Terrence Williams
– 2011 Projections: .420/.750/0.5/6/1.5/1/0.5/0/1

  1. Will says:
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    Can’t wait to continue reading your posts throughout this season!

    So right now, my team is looking like (H2h 12 teams)
    Steve Nash
    Wes Matthews
    Ricky Rubio
    Gallinari
    Dirk
    Serge Ibaka
    JJ Hickson
    Michael Beasley
    Rodney STuckey
    Chase Budinger
    David West
    Darko Milicic
    Gerald Henderson

    Do you think I should drop Ricky or someone for Ben Gordon? I think it’d be a better fit for what my general team strat should be, but I’m not sure yet.

  2. RashDecisions says:
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    Gordon is capable of 17-20 ppg, and while that by itself wont win you a league, you can count on him not being available a week into the season or even sooner. Rubio has strong upside and you need the backup PG, id consider dropping Budinger.

  3. Mike Scobey says:
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    I like Shumpert and Teague. Shumpert should be picked up in deep leagues and dynasty leagues, he should be starting over Douglas before season end. Okur is healthy and has looked good in practice. Okur should be in top 100 if healthy.

  4. Sarah Palin Rice says:
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    12-team, H2H, 9 category

    1st mock of the year, what do you think?
    1. Kevin Durant (OKC – SF)
    2. Al Horford (Atl – PF,C)
    3. Rajon Rondo (Bos – PG)
    4. Chris Bosh (Mia – PF,C)
    5. Joe Johnson (Atl – SG,SF)
    6. Andrew Bynum (LAL – C)
    7. Arron Afflalo (Den – SG)
    8. Devin Harris (Uta – PG)
    9. J.J. Hickson (Sac – PF,C)
    10. Jared Dudley (Pho – SG,SF)
    11. Corey Maggette (Cha – SF,PF)
    12. George Hill (Ind – PG,SG)
    13. Omri Casspi (Cle – SG,SF)

  5. Sarah Palin Rice says:
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    @Adam: Thanks…I appreciate all the advice and rankings, they are phenomenal…I hope it goes that well in my real draft.

  6. PB&J says:
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    Adam, I had a draft on Saturday afternoon for my 12-team, 9 cat. roto league.
    What do you think?

    1. (8) Pau Gasol (LAL – PF,C)
    2. (17) Carmelo Anthony (NY – SF,PF)
    3. (32) David Lee (GS – PF,C)
    4. (41) Brook Lopez (NJ – C)
    5. (56) Manu Ginobili (SA – SG,SF)
    6. (65) Arron Afflalo (Den – SG)
    7. (80) Devin Harris (Uta – PG)
    8. (89) Tony Parker (SA – PG)
    9. (104) Jordan Crawford (Was – PG,SG)
    10. (113) Emeka Okafor (NO – C)
    11. (128) George Hill (Ind – PG,SG)
    12. (137) Gordon Hayward (Uta – SG,SF)
    13. (152) Gerald Henderson (Cha – SG)
    14. (161) Spencer Hawes (Phi – C)

  7. PB&J says:
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    Also forgot to mention we start two C’s and there are two util slots.

  8. WIll says:
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    That’s a really good question!

    I thought I’d try to go for general big men categories and 3’s, but now I’m not so sure.

  9. Adam

    Adam says:
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    @PB&J: I really like those ‘Melo, Devin, Parker picks, though you’re light at either SG or SF depending on where you stick Manu. ‘Melo, Manu, Hayward at best. ‘Melo, Hayward at worst. I’d be looking for a SF with solid FT% and 3ptm ability.

    @WIll: Lemme put it this way: What’s more likely, that your team does well because you drafted with the intent to maintain balance or because you were stacked in three or four categories?

  10. Oilcan Giuseppe says:
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    @Adam….can I get your opinion of this team?

    Its a 10 team h2h keeper league that I just took over.I kept five and we drafted last night.Is this team as weak as I think?Any general sort of ideas on how to improve?….thnks.

    PG-Steph Curry

    SG-Kobe Bryant

    SF-DeMar DeRozan

    PF-Sege Ibaka

    C-JaVale McGee

    UTL-Luis Scola

    UTL-Arron Afflalo

    UTL-Darren Collison

    BN-Thad Young

    BN-Kris Humphries

    BN-Corey Magette

    BN-George Hill

    BN-Gerald Henderson

    BN-Omri Casspi

    BN-Brandon Bass

  11. Adam

    Adam says:
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    @Oilcan Giuseppe: You’re probably going to need bigger-than-projected seasons out of Kobe, Afflalo and Collison. I’d suggest trading Ibaka when you decipher exactly what you need. McGee and Ibaka are really your only big blockers, but owners will almost always overpay for blocks. You might be able to package Ibaka and another player for a more well-rounded option on someone else’s team.

  12. Migs says:
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    Hey Adam,

    What are your thoughts on my team? Melo and Gay were my keepers, and I didn’t have a first round pick because of a trade I made near the end of last year.

    PG – Ty Lawson, Jarrett Jack, Beno
    SG – Spellcheck Afflalo, CJ Miles, Evan Turner
    SF – Melo, Gay
    PF – Scola, Amir, Tyler Hansbrough
    C – Nene, Kendrick Perkins, Darko

    I was pretty disappointed with my selections after the draft, and felt that I tried too hard to pick up players who had potentially good opportunities, but I might have missed out by reaching. I don’t even know what the identity of this team is… It’s not small ball, big ball, or a balanced team…

  13. Adam

    Adam says:
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    @Migs: Well, if nothing else, your team’s identity seems to be the Denver Nuggets. I get what you’re saying about having a lot of upside picks, but you have to figure even if just one of them works out and reaches his potential, you won’t have to tweak much. Not sure about trade opportunities, but keep an eye out for early breakout bigs. You’re going to need some blocks and Perkins and Darko aren’t worth playing just for the one category.

  14. Mike Scobey says:
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    Bismack Biyombo have you heard about his court case. Is he playing in the NBA or Europe. I need his blocks

  15. Mike Scobey says:
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    I wish Ed Davis was better at free throws.

  16. Mike Scobey says:
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    Biyombo has just settled with his Spanish team. He might be playing tonight against Atlanta.

  17. Adam

    Adam says:
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    @Mike Scobey: “…He might be playing tonight against Atlanta.” Yeah. For free. Poor guy.

    On another note, it was nice that his release could come hours after I finished the top 200 list. Stick him in somewhere between 140-175.

  18. Mike Scobey says:
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    Knicks signed Davis, i wished they hadn’t. Shumpert will have another player in front of him.

  19. Sarah Palin Rice says:
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    10-team, standard 9-cat, non-keeper

    I have the 4th pick in my upcoming draft…if Durant, Lebron, and Paul go in the top 3, do you still think Rose is the best option with the 4th pick or would you maybe look at a SG (Wade) or a PF/C (Dirk, Gasol)?

  20. Migs says:
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    @Adam: Glad you caught on to the Nuggets theme, cuz I only actually realized it until oh about 3/4 of the way into my draft… SMH… oh well, just gotta hope for the best. I try not to have multiple players from the same team unless it’s an extremely fantasy friendly team, but I had a massive 2 hour brain fart during the draft, and now I’m stuck with a bunch of Nugs

  21. Richie says:
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    What do you think of this team?

    H2H Standard 9-Cat, 12 Teams

    PG – John Wall
    SG – Eric Gordon
    G – Tony Parker
    SF – LeBron James
    PF – JaVale McGee
    F – DeMarcus Cousins
    C – Roy Hibbert
    C – Samuel Dalembert
    Util – Carlos Delfino
    Util – DJ Augustin
    Bench – Kendrick Perkins, Jordan Crawford, Brendan Haywood, Tristan Thompson

  22. AnotherFalstaff says:
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    @Adam – Drop Tristan (15th pick) for Psycho T? Thanks!

  23. Mike Scobey says:
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    Sarah Palin Rice: I would take Rose and go after Griffith for my second pick an Randolph from Memphis for my third pick

  24. Sarah Palin Rice says:
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    @Mike Scobey: I don’t think Griffin will fall to me….I’m hesitant to take a PG in Round 1 because I am aiming for Wall with my 3rd pick (24 overall) and either Holiday or Parker with my 4th/5th picks (37 & 44 overall)

  25. Roberto says:
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    Gotta cut somebody to pick up JJ Hickson, who?

    (I don’t really know much about basketball, just drafted according to your site)

    Omri Cassipi
    Ed Davis
    CJ Miles
    George Hill
    Iman Shumpert

    Thanks!

  26. Adam

    Adam says:
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    @Mike Scobey: “Shump told me Shumpshump wish they didn’t sign Baron either.” – Iman Shumpert, speaking in the fourth person.

    @Sarah Palin Rice: Go Rose. Also, I’m from Chicago.

    @Migs: I wouldn’t sweat it. You drafted 3-of-the-4 best Nuggets and the best former Nugget not named English or Lever.

    @AnotherFalstaff: Yup.

    @Roberto: Cut Shump. But do so with a heavy heart and a tear in your eye.

  27. Charles says:
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    I have the 10th pick in a 12-teamer, so I have spots 10 and 15. Who would you go after at 10: Pau/Dirk/Love or Curry/Deron/Westbrook? I feel like I should probably try for a big/small combo from the 2 picks.

  28. Adam

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    @Charles: I agree with your thinking. In the drafts I’ve been involved in, I’m seeing Dirk go WAY late. Like, 15, 16, 17. If you could swing a Curry/Dirk 10/15 combo, you’d have a huge start. Considering PF is the deepest position, it wouldn’t be bad to start small and go from there.

  29. James Redacted

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    14 team league h2h (8 cat – FG%, FT%, 3PM, PTS, REB, AST, STL, BLK). Yeah I know I’m screwed at PG. Thoughts?

    PG – Stuckey
    SG – Eric Gordon
    G – Joe Johnson
    SF – Melo
    PF – Aldridge
    F – Dudley
    C – Hibbert
    UTIL – Monroe
    UTIL – Afflalo
    UTIL – McRoberts
    BN – Mayo
    BN – Baron Davis
    BN – Taj Gibson

  30. Adam

    Adam says:
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    @James: Ditch Mayo and Taj and roster the best remaining backup PGs. Hard to tell who will still be available. (Udrih? Shumpert? Cole? Arenas? Baron?)

  31. Matt says:
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    Hey Adam, would you mind takin’ a peek at my roster and offering any advice? I got offense thirsty and I don’t really have much on the defensive end.

    1. Steve Nash
    2. James Harden
    3. LeBron James
    4. LaMarcus Aldridge
    5. Serge Ibaka
    6. Jason Kidd
    7. Andre Iguodala
    8. Nene
    9. Jason Richardson
    10. Trevor Ariza
    11. DeMar DeRozan
    12. Kemba Walker (gamble)
    13. Andre Miller

  32. Ty says:
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    Hi Adam,

    Fairly happy with my draft. got Dwight and paired him with J-Smith punting FT%. I’m a little concerned about FG% with jennings and wall hurting me. Also to note is we have an extra 3pt% cat. TOs could be an issue too

    1. (4) Dwight Howard
    (Orl – C)
    2. (21) Josh Smith
    (Atl – SF,PF)
    3. (28) John Wall
    (Was – PG)
    4. (45) Joe Johnson
    (Atl – SG,SF)
    5. (52) Brandon Jennings
    (Mil – PG)
    6. (69) D.J. Augustin
    (Cha – PG)
    7. (76) Stephen Jackson
    (Mil – SG,SF)
    8. (93) Chris Kaman
    (NO – C)
    9. (100) John Salmons
    (Sac – SG,SF)
    10. (117) Thaddeus Young
    (Phi – SF,PF)
    11. (124) Andre Miller
    (Den – PG)
    12. (141) Louis Williams
    (Phi – PG,SG)
    13. (148) Rashard Lewis
    (Was – SF,PF)

    let me know what you think. cheers

  33. Adam

    Adam says:
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    @Matt: Sorry for the late reply. Didn’t see your comment right away. Lucky for you, fantasy basketball rewards offense far more than it does defense. I actually think you have a very balanced team. I love Ibaka tucked in among the scorers. He’s far more valuable on this team than one that could use a scoring big. I’m fairly certain you’ll be dropping Ariza or Miller first and if that’s the case, you’ll probably want to drop one of them for another blocker. Serge counts as, like, 2.5 bigs with his blocking potential, but realistically, you want 3-4.

    @Ty: Yeah, your assessment is pretty spot-on. Your percentages and your TOVs are going to be a big problem with this team. Luckily, you’re strong everywhere else. Is this a H2H team? It might be strong enough to win most weeks as is.

  34. Matt says:
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    @Adam: I thought maybe you were appalled by my team.

    Yeah I thought I was lacking in the bigs. I’ll see how my defense holds up and see who out-performs who (Ariza vs Miller) then give on of them up.

    Thanks Adam!

  35. Ty says:
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    @Adam – Yeh it’s H2H, thanks for the feedback. I’ll see how I go for a month or 2 and trade if I need to with TOV and FG% probs.

  36. jt says:
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    Where your top 100??!?!?!! yeah! that many exclamation and question marks!

  37. jt says:
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    Thanks! btw, arron affalo that high, huh? hmmm

  38. Adam

    Adam says:
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    @jt: Had I been creating these ranks today, he’d be lower. Not a ton, but lower.

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