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When Glen Davis went to the pre-season Magic weigh-in, the trainer was like, “355 Big Baby, really?”  “These hips don’t lie!”  And in a very full slate of games last night, we had two pretty premiere big men have their hips not lie and go out on them.    “Help I’ve fallen and can’t get up!”  The NBA to start issuing players life alerts to wear around their necks.  DeMarcus Cousins was the first to succumb to the AARP ailment.  Suffered a left hip flexor, but coach Mike Malone said it probably wasn’t serious.  Destiny is like, “wait a ‘left’ hip?  I thought, like, for people we had only one hip!”  No child left behind fails us yet again.  Good thing it’s the All-Star break for Boogie!  An All-Star Boogie!  Dude, that should totally be an event.  Breakdance Horse!  Hah.  Then Derrick Favors went out and re-aggravated his right hip that had caused him to miss games here and there over the past month.  This one is a lot less bueno.  But hey, DeMarcus and Derrick have a pair of healthy hips!  If only they were siamese twins – they’d get, like, 35 rebounds a game.  Favors will likely get an MRI and be brought along very slowly since this is a re-aggravation.  Enes Kanter to the rescue!  Might get some solid run and deserves love in a lot of leagues.  And don’t sleep on Rudy Gobert in deep leagues if you need some blockage.  Speaking of blockage, look at some of the traffic photos of NC from yesterday.  No one learned from Atlanta!  And the best basketball game on the slate, UNC-Duke, cancelled.  Travesty.  Let’s get this global warming going again!  Here’s what else I saw last night in fantasy hoops:

Nick Calathes – Sergeant Alopecia with the rainbow!  12/5/6/4/2 in 37 awesome minutes with only 2 TOs.  Remember when I said he was a must-start yesterday?  Hopefully thou heeded thy word!  Mike Conley looks to be back right after the break, but hopefully you were able to ride St. Nick like a Blitzen.

Trevor Ariza – Don’t you hate it when a guy has a season-best game on ya?  Well welcome to my REL night where I had three guys against have season bests last night!  First was Ariza with a franchise record 10 threes that had the Hibachi Gilbert Arenas walking around the YMCA with an itchy trigger finger.  “It’s just something about locker rooms!”  But on top of Ariza’s treys, 32/11/3/3/1 in a near rainbow.  In a shortened week, won a lot of people their H2H matchups.

Gustavo Ayon – REL killer number 2.  18/10/3/1/0 shooting 9-11 in 31 obscenely efficient minutes.  Actually was the game-high scorer for the Hawks.  Like Gus in Breaking Bad, I want to bomb his face off.

Ronny Turiaf – Season killer number 3.  I needed a solid win to start my momentum for the playoffs, and Turiaf’s 3/11/3/0/4 from a guy that wasn’t even playing a few weeks ago is the nail in the coffin.  Although, I have been saying for a few weeks now he’s a widely available source of blocks.  BlockNOF!

Paul George – “Enough ranting about your teams JB!”  Fine!  Then how about a guy on none of my teams because I didn’t want to use a first round pick on him.  That has proven to be, well, not really wrong or right.  Bad game last night for George’s standards for a decent 12/7/2/1/1, but shot 4-17.  Then again, I would’ve drafted Marc Gasol ahead of George according to my ranks… So there’s that…

Marc Gasol – Speak of the devil!  Re-aggrevated his knee in some fashion and sounds a little scary.  Navigating Gasol’s knee issues this year has been like navigating Pan’s Labyrinth.

George Hill – 14/2/5 with three treys and that’s actually his worst game in the past four.  Which is saying something given his disappearance this year.  Be sure he’s not scooped up if you need any PG help.

James Johnson – Well, one game after loving on the bigger minutes vs. Tayshaun Prince, JJ gets 22 to Prince’s 35.  Well, crap.  4/3/2/0/3 in his typical multi-cat, and while nothing was new in this game, if Gasol misses a lot of time, JJ could possibly start at the 4 with Zach Randolph moving to the 5.  Or at least JJ has a lot more upside in more minutes.  A must-own in all leagues right now – Gasol was back to his mid-30s a game pre injury and those minutes will have to go somewhere up front.  JJ is the best bench option.

Kyle O’Quinn – Another 3 blocks off the bench.  BlockNOF!

DeMarre Carroll – Sat out with a bad hammy.  The All-Star Break will heal all wounds.

Jonas Valanciunas – Shot 1-9 from the field.  His shot chart must look like his pubic region when he hits up the Lithuanian brothel.  2/14/0/0/1, still boarding pretty well, but sadly his stats look like 2010-11 Reggie Evans lately.  Yikes.

Marco Belinelli – Was all over the place like a runny tomato sauce on a veal parmesan.  16/11/8 in a near trip-dub.  Here’s a board and a cross court dime back-to-back!  In his past ten, he only grabbed 5 boards once and never topped 3 dimes.  So this was a big anomaly, that said, he has a place on 12-teamers needing some points and a decent contribution in treys… I’m surprised he’s only 17% owned.

Jared Sullinger – Boston did not go to Jared this Valentine’s Day.  Only 18:31 and not in any foul trouble with only one personal.  4/7/0/0/0 shooting 2-9 and the nightmare continueth in Jared’s inconsistency.  But I think you gotta hold.

Jerryd Bayless – 25 minutes and settling into his swing 1/2 role fairly nicely.  11/5/9, shot an efficient 5-7 after going 2-14 his last two games, and 6+ dimes in three straight.  Deep leagues could do worse than the headband.

Tristan Thompson – Slim look out, it’s raining TTs!  25/15/1/0/0.  Like mama used to make…

Anthony Bennett – 15 minutes of 2/2/0/1/0 with a TO and shooting 1-4.  Yeah, why I wasn’t excited about Bennett.

Josh Smith – 18/10/3/0/4.  It’s time for… “Where did Josh Smith hurt you!?”  7-15 FG, sure that’s fine, 2 TOs, eh, you’ll take it, 3-6 FT… There it is!  We have a winner!

Andray Blatche – 13/5/0/1/1.  TT is better!  This bet has been so up and down.

Paul Pierce – Near rainbow!  25/4/2/2/1 going 5-5 from deep, 9-11 from the field, and no TOs.  Boston fans shake their heads…

Jimmer Fredette – Give it to Jimmer!  Damn, I dunno how many times I yelled that during March Madness a few years ago.  24/0/2/2/0 shooting 6-8 from deep.  Finally he’s a ThrAGNOF!  Still uncertain if he’ll even have a role game-to-game, but solid 27 minutes last night.

Amar’e Stoudemire – 37 minutes for the has-been.  20/8/1/0/2 in a solid line, but 6 TOs.  Shot 10-15, had a good game, yet the Knicks still lost to the Kings… Couldn’t handle that elite Fredette kid!

Bradley Beal – After the career-high last night, 20/4/5/2/0 with 4 treys in a solid line everywhere except the 8-24 shooting.  His Achilles Beal.

James Harden – Shot 8-14?!  Efficient beard!  35/6/6 with three treys and that gorgeous 16-16 FT.  Had been in a semi-lull, so this is a good one to end on before the ASB.

Zaza Pachulia – No John Henson or Larry Sanders like we opened with yesterday, and Zaza was a boring 8/7/2/0/0 shooting 3-11 in 38 starting minutes.  I think Zaza can be better if the other Bucks bigs are still out post-ASB.  So in deeper leagues I’m holding for the time being if you picked him up and needed the big man juice.

Nate Wolters – Near rainbow?  What the hey?!  14/6/7/1/2 in a really solid 33 minutes with only 1 TO.  Creeping up into 14-teamer territory.  Aka, the state of South Dakota…

Brandon Knight – Led the Bucks in 45 minutes as it should be.  Shot a decent 8-17 for 22/2/9 with 0 TOs.  Coming together pretty nicely and still has the ability to go off here and there.

Alexis Ajinca – Every time I watch the Pelicans, the big 7 foot Frenchman looks like he could be Anthony Davis’ dad.  Which isn’t a bad thing.  Slower and less explosive, yes, but bigger and can shoot mid-range.  7-7 last night for 16/9/3/0/1.  With no center depth due to injuries, he could go on a little run if he channels his fatherly instincts.

Luke Babbitt – I have a feeling he will be the face of the “ThrAGNOF Times” after the ASB.  10/5/1 last night, two treys, nothing special but did play 27 minutes.  The Pels need someone who can shoot and Babbitt sure can hop around the perimeter.

Randy Foye – This is more the Randy Foye I’m used to remembering.  10/1/4 with an absurd 8 TOs.

Evan Fournier – With no Ty Lawson, big minutes for Frenchy!  13/5/1 with a trey and 3 TOs.  The Nuggets were just awful in this one, but love the 33 mins!

Ricky Rubio – 11/1/12/7/0.  This is more the Rubio I’m used to remembering!

Chase Budinger – Looks like he’ll stick in the starting line-up for some ThrAGNOF value.  12/1/1/2/0 shooting 4-13 but 3 treys.  “He looka like a ThrAGNOF!”

Kevin Love – Took a break from the ESPN coffee cart to give fantasy owners a near trip-dub.  Love is in my stats!  “Why is the sports section pages stuck together?” …ummmm…

Alec Burks – Either scores 20+ or single digits.  It’s fool-proof.  This was against the Sixers, so obviously a 20+er.

Gordon Hayward – Rainbow cha-ching!  17/7/7/2/3.  Shot 3-17 though.  Another night of labradoodles from Gordon!  I guess you can’t trust the Gordon’s Fisherman…  For FG% that is!

Marvin Williams – A preposterous 14 boards.  I mean, he’s grabbed some dub-dubs here and there, but funny since no one else on the Jazz had over 7.  Cherry-pickers!

Michael Carter-Williams – This game had rainbows times deux!  19/5/8/2/3.  A +19 while no other Sixer was more than +5 in +/-.  Obviously the Sixers future.  Which is why they’ll bench him later on!

LeBron James – An assist away from a trip-dub going 36/13/9 with a game-winning trey.  “Duh-duh-duh, duh-duh-duh!”  (Sportscenter theme)

Mario Chalmers – After a dud where Mario got run over by a turtle, got the fireball this game for 12/1/7/2/0 with two treys in the kind of line that should be typical for him here on out.

Draymond Green – What is the most prominent color in a rainbow?  Green!  8/8/2/2/3.  Loving the multi-cat in another start with Andrew Bogut still out.  Not setting the world on fire, but 4 straight usable games and is only 1% owned.  We are the 99%!  #OccupyDraymondGreen (that hash tag sounds all sorts of wrong)

Robin Lopez – I said yesterday he’ll be back in 6/7/0.5 range in a two-week lull when he’s cold again.  12/6/1/0/0 last night.  He’s on his way!

Blake Griffin – Pretended the Blazers were Justin Bieber.  Smacked the shit outta em.  Hah!

 

If you’re in the path of this snowstorm, what the hell winter?!  I can’t remember anything like this as a good ol’ Southern boy.  Well, my parents are from the North, I’m not really Southern…  My snow shoes today were old basketball high tops… Don’t got no snow boots!  Ok, maybe Southern… Hopefully everyone had better luck in their matchups last night than I did and don’t forget to stream tonight in the last games this week!

  1. Slim

    Slim says:
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    Hehe. I laughed at occupy Draymond Green. It does sound so wrong. He’s been owned in the REL since near the beginning. Nice move ‘Scurry’.

    Playoffs? You’re really thinking playoffs? At 14.5 back? I don’t believe you… I’m having the big week I needed and Kap is destroying! But If I’m not healthy next week it won’t matter. I had some nice games yesterday. Brewer didn’t get a mention today. 22 pts. 5 steals. Brewer has really been good for me. Since I got him he’s led my team in steals nearly every week. Cory Joseph should be owned in 16ers+ at the very least. He’s now top 100 over the last 30 days and top 50 over the past 2 weeks. Helps everywhere. Hurts nowhere. I’m a fan. I’ve tried to get Beverley all year and I may have finally have his Verne Troyer.

    I rode Calathes for a while and I didn’t even mind his mange. I dropped him in my 12er just cause I don’t see the minutes post all-star break but I imagine he’s opened a lot of peoples eyes. Best part is that he has the size to play the 2 also. 20-25 minutes even with a healthy Conley? Why not.

    So 12/10 or a steal and a block. I’ll take the steal and the block. I actually liked Blatches game better but I will concede that that was a pretty good game for Tristan. Not like I would go anywhere near either in a 12er but both are somewhat stream worthy in the right situation.

    Every time I think I’m about done with Ajinca he does that and draws me back in. Did he win me FG% this week? Probably. I’m down 5 boards but if I win will it be because of him? Absolutely. No Carroll, Amir, or Sanders but I’ve got Ajinca to win my big man categories! Sigh…

    • JB Gilpin

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      @Slim: Haha thanks man! Hah I was lying to myself. That said, I am playing 19th and 20th place so could get two 8-1 wins there. But is too late now. Eh, everyone was playing, Brewer got some points and steals, what he do. Mini-Pbev!

      Yeah I agree with dropping Calathes. I am holding for now with an itchy trigger finger, one more game if Conley is still hurt would be worth it. Ajinca is your Italian mafia! Haha rough injuries there… Hey, at least your team is good! Sigh…

  2. Deandre says:
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    Wondering who do you prefer, John Wall or Chris Paul? Obviously, Paul is better, But Wall has more games left by 2 and Chris Paul has a two game week during week 21.

    Thanks.

    • Slim

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      @Deandre: I’m guessing that’s the 1st round of the playoffs and your pretty sure you won’t be getting a bye that week. The week after Paul gets an extra game and misses the biggest schedule day (friday). Then in the finals they have the same number of games but once again the Clippers don’t play on the biggest schedule day (friday). I mention this because it helps when streaming, which in the playoffs is a necessity. If you have daily rosters then I’d say stick with Paul. He’s better and he gives you the best chance to win it all, not just make it to the 2nd round. If it’s weekly rosters then that’s a little different and I would say it’s much closer but I still favor Chris Paul to help win it all.

    • JB Gilpin

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      @Deandre: I think you have to hold Paul too

      • Deandre says:
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        Thanks guys, it’s actually the ESPN weekly leagues and the playoffs start week 20 for us in a 16 leaguer that has 12 categories, which includes DD, TD, and PPM…points per minute.

        Sitting in second place now, so kind of preparing for round 2 of playoffs because I also own Blake griffin. Scary to think that two of my big guns wil only have two games if I make it past round 1. So still think Paul is the better choice than Wall?

        • Slim

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          @Deandre: Settings make all the difference some times. I would try to make the trade but a healthy Chris Paul should demand more than Wall. How about a 2-fer-2 in which you get the better player at a different position? I would try something like that before a 1-fer-1 swap.

  3. Prodders says:
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    Somehow I’m winning my h2h 7-1 despite being against Ariza. Can you guess which cat I’m losing? Haha.

    Offered Gasol in a few trades but no takers, and now renewed knee-knack. Regretting not picking up Taj, but had no-one I wanted to drop. Who would you want out of Butler, Carroll, Leonard and G Hill? Starting to think Butler’s fg% will remain sub 40%, and concerned Leonard may come back into a crowded Spurs situation. Hhmmmmm.

    • Slim

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      @Prodders: Kawhi wasn’t exactly lighting the world on fire this year either so if I’m unsure of the playoffs he would be my last guy. I don’t know how bad Carroll really is so that one is tough and in a shallow enough league he may just stay on the free agent list after he’s dropped. I guess he’s 2nd from the bottom if you can afford to wait on Kawhi. I’m not dropping Butler, he’s worth a good deal to me in a trade if nothing else. George Hill… tough to buy with Stephenson around. I’m still unimpressed and If you could trade him to fill a need then you probably did well whoever the player you get back is.

    • JB Gilpin

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      @Prodders: I’d probably want Butler ATM but would hold and see what Gasol’s knee is doing first

  4. D. Grant says:
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    So! I stashed Tony Wroten as per your instructions, Slim. Should I swap him for Marco Belinelli? I’m playoff bound barring any ridiculous meltdowns.

    • JB Gilpin

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      @D. Grant: Nice! Wait, Slim’s instructions? Dem my instructions! Haha. I would hold Wroten, Belinelli is fine right now but Ginobili and Kawhi back will hurt value later on

  5. The Tristan Thompson Conundrum says:
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    First of all, the Beal Deal is back! Secondly, I have 5 guys with games today: Steve Blake, Augustin, Jimmy Butler, Reggie Jackson, and Ibaka to my opponents zero players. I’m currently down 4-5. What is my most beneficial course of action? I can easily win 5-4 if I play everyone, but would most likely lose TOs and FG%. If I bench Butler I fear I lose Rebounds though.
    FG% FT% 3s PTs Reb Ast Stl Blk TOs
    .484 .723 28 312 114 65 25 8 37

    your name is toby
    .467 .727 20 330 125 97 23 15 48

    • Slim

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      @The Tristan Thompson Conundrum: Here’s how I would play it, assuming you can bench people right before tip off. I would play Augustin and Butler and see what happens right before 10:30 tip off. There are too many scenarios to name but in the end if your up 6-3 you take it. The lone exception being if TOs is at least 4 or more, and FG% is at least 10% or more, and FT% is 10% or more then I would play Ibaka to go for a 7-2 win in boards.

      If it’s 5-4 at 10:30 then I’d play Ibaka for a 6-3. I doubt it’s going to be 4-5 but I’d play Jackson too. Blake isn’t going to help enough.

      • The Tristan Thompson Conundrum says:
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        @Slim: you are wise my friend was leaning toward benching blake, i’m snowed in in Jersey so there’s not much to distract me anyhow. I will keep a close watch on that Bulls game.

        • Slim

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          @The Tristan Thompson Conundrum: i’ll keep my weather conditions to myself but Good Luck. I’ve got stock in Augustin and Jackson tonight myself.

          • JB Gilpin

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            @The Tristan Thompson Conundrum: Damn that @Slim: and his retirement home atmosphere! Yeah I like playing your guys until the late game to see how it’s shaking out, Blake indeed is probably a bench, can’t shoot without hurting his elbow

  6. Jason MacLeod says:
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    Is Bledsoe worth a stash for the playoffs?

    • matt says:
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      @Jason MacLeod: im.grabbing him tonight bcuz he’ll be gone soon. Sorry JB but I have to disagree with ya. I need another pg I only own Jru and hes hurt also. :-)

    • matt says:
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      @Jason MacLeod: I have a 26 game lead though. That makes a huge difference

      • JB Gilpin

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        @Jason MacLeod: Agree that @matt: is about the only position I’d be comfortable stashing him. Huge lead on the field and a bye week

    • Slim

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      @Jason MacLeod: If your guaranteed in the playoffs and your not holding too many injured players already then yeah sure. If I was fighting for the 1st round bye though… nope. To me that bye is worth more than the risk/reward of Bledsoe.

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        @Slim: I am still waiting on Kawhi, but the idea of Bledsoe Rondo and CP3 is enticing, I would only have to drop Hinrich/Wroten or Welsey Johnson in a 12 team H2H league…Thoughts?

        • Slim

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          @JMac: To me this is purely a question of where you are at in standings and what your upcoming competition looks like. I know the reward of a healthy Bledsoe is enticing but how long till we see that? How many categories will it cost you in the end waiting? No one knows. I can’t justify risking the playoffs to answer those questions.

          • matt says:
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            @Slim: yup, agreed

  7. Jay_0321 says:
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    ”Duh-duh-duh, duh-duh-duh!” (Sportscenter theme) Sounds more like the new Volswagen commercial. Should be more like “Duh nuh nuh, nuh nuh nuh!

    Slippin homie!

    • JB Gilpin

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      @Jay_0321: Haha sorry my onomatopoeia is lackin for real-ia!

  8. Terio says:
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    I was offered CP3 and Deandre Jordan for Love and Lillard.
    should I take that?

    I got Lillard, IT2, Oladipo
    Bledsoe, Leonard, Calathes,
    Stephenson, Jimmy Butler
    Valanciunas, Love, Ibaka, Sullinger and Henson.

    • JB Gilpin

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      @Terio: Ehhhh, very very very close. I think I’d lean Love Lillard side but very very narrowly. Tough to turn down the boost in Asts though. Could go either way

      • Jeffro says:
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        @JB Gilpin: I would take Aldridge and lilliard in a heartbeat… Deandre is not even close to lilliard while love is only slightly better than Aldridge

        • JB Gilpin

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          @Jeffro: I’d take Aldridge and Lillard or Love and Lillard probably :)

  9. matt says:
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    That’s 2 trip dubs ive been robbed of with Bron this year! Ugh one more cat PLZ!!!! Lol

    • JB Gilpin

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      @matt: Haha so close!

  10. Kevin says:
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    Hey again, JB. My Anderson varejao and tyreke Evans for Paul George? I’m trying to take advantage of the buy low opp.

    I have:
    John wall, Oladipo, Mario Chalmers, Kyle lowry, Trey burke, Tyreke Evans, James Johnson
    Anthony Davis, Anderson varajao, Dwight Howard, Robin Lopez, Derrick favors

    • JB Gilpin

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      @Kevin: Most definitely! Dunno if George owner will do it but would def take it

  11. andy chiabotta says:
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    Jared Sullinger sat most of the game due to illness. Nothing more. Was only reported in one place that I found.

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @andy chiabotta: Aha I did not see that/didn’t watch the game. Thanks for the update!

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @TheNewGuy: Hah I was hoping someone would!

  12. JB/ Slim/ Razz Gang —

    What’s up, fellas. Hope all is well on the eastern seaboard and you are knee deep in hoops (as opposed to blizzards and the coming of the ice age) as we approach the ASB.

    I have been traveling a shit ton for work, so my “daily” commenting has slowed a bit over the last few weeks, but I’m with you both in spirit. Moreover, baseball draft season is now upon us, so there’s that- and it does take priority in my fantasy life, but I’m still monitoring and watching as much hoop as possible. I’ll continue to check in as my schedule allows it and throw thoughts around even as NBA fantasy participation inevitably winds down in March-April…

    On this warm, sunny day in 70 degree Southern California, I wanted to thank you guys and the rest of the Razz gang for providing awesome HOOP content on a daily basis. Razz has become my one place to go and talk fantasy hoops whenever I feel the need to opine, vent or wax poetic on players or nightly hard court action. Really like that you guys pay attention the details and aren’t afraid to offer tough, “unpopular” advice on up and comers, stashes, rookies, etc. It’s refreshing. Mazels.

    Keep up the great work, excellent content, and personalized responses to ridiculous questions from the nerdy fantasy universe. In closing, free Jordan Hill.

    Stay warm.
    EL BURRO

    • JB Gilpin

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      @EL BURRO: Haha thanks so much man! Don’t work too hard man! Yeah Baseball is probably my favorite as well, but a very close 2nd to hoops. Trying to stay in only one baseball league is tough. Been invited to so many…

      Be sure to read my Pitcher Profiles on Mondays! My little bit of help to Razzball baseball.

      I hate your SoCal weather. Prob 6-8 inches for us, complete gridlock yesterday.

      Thanks again man! Let’s start a petition to get Hill 30+ minutes or it gets D’Antoni fired…

  13. Jason MacLeod says:
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    My chris Paul and Rudy gay for steph curry and joakim Noah?

    • JB Gilpin

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      @Jason MacLeod: Very very close. I think I’d do it

  14. hamtime says:
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    1. got offered sanders+trey burke for my oladipo – thinking no?
    2. drop budinger for farmar?
    3. my tjones for jamal crawford?
    4. tony allen or jordan hill rest of season?

    Thanks!!

    • JB Gilpin

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      @hamtime: 1 – yeah nah, too much barely ownable risk you’re bring in. 2. Ehhh, I mean Budinger is gonna be a double digit scorer every night, Farmar’s best will be better, but worst will be worse. Just not a Farmar guy, and he’s hurt. 3. Nah I wouldn’t do that one, unless dire points need. I like Jones. 4. Ugh, I think I gotta take Hill and at some point they figure out to give him minutes. Any time!

  15. yokev_o says:
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    So…I’m playing the waiting game on when and if this trade will go through. My league is veto heavy especially when moving superstars. I’m still wondering if trading my rubio, korver, and vucevic for paul george & iggy is the right move lol

    • JB Gilpin

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      @yokev_o: Hah I think you’re good man. Iggy with 3 straight almost-ish tripdubs I blieve. PG is best player and Rubio so inconsistent. I think you will love it!

  16. Lasandro says:
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    Hey man, just thought I’d post the same thing I posted on your previous article :
    My AD and Chandler p for demar and Dwight?

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Lasandro: Sorry man, I got ya! I don’t love it. Just not a Dwight guy, at least, for an AD type price tag

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