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We’re almost there!  It’s almost the time of dunks, crappy exhibition games, and most importantly – the time of getting injured players back.  Last night only had 2 games on the schedule, so it’s going to be a short wrap up today!  In the first game, the Wizards had a solid win over the Pacers, with a final score of 111-98.  The Pacers just didn’t manage any big performances. The second game was a lot more interesting, as Jimmy Butler won it with clutch free throws after a very questionable foul call on Marcus Smart.   104-103 Bulls win.

John Wall – 20/2/12/1/2. Business as usual.

Otto Porter – Had a day with 25/8/2/0/0.  The lack of steals and blocks is a shame, but he hit 6 treys and shot an efficient 9-15.  He’s turning into one of the best shooters in the league, and I wouldn’t have been against him replacing Kevin Love in the all-star game.

Markieff Morris – Apparently he only gets really good once he’s pissed off.  21/7/2/2/0 – 8/12 shooting and 3 treys.  He has an amazing amount of talent, and he’s a beast when he has motivation.

Myles Turner – JB’s lover put up 17/9/1/2/1. A respectable line with a respectable 6-13 from the field.  Still doesn’t wow me, but very respectably respectable.

Paul George – Put up a much less respectable 17/7/3/2/0 on 6-19 shooting… This performance was rated G, and wasn’t even close to his norm of being unsuitable for children.

Isaiah Thomas – 29/3/7/0/0. A mediocre line from his Thomas, but that’s just because he sets the bar so high.  4 triples, and 9-9 at the stripe, really helped to round out his line.  He’s one of the best in the league.

Kelly Olynyk – The long locked hoser put up 17 last night on 6-10 shooting.  He provided the Celtics with great floor spacing (3 triples) and he added 7 boards and 4 assists.  A very versatile line from a big man.

Jimmy Butler – He was the hero of the night with 29/4/7/0/1. A very similar line to IT, and Butler hit 9-9 at the line as well.  None clutcher than the free throws he hit to put the Bulls up 1 with 0.9 remaining on the clock.

Bobby Portis – Lit it up off the bench with 19 and 8. I don’t think there’s much to read into here, but hopefully he gets unleashed next season.

Robin Lopez – 15/8/2/0/2. He’s extremely solid.  Not much else to say about him…

Rajon Rondo – 0/7/8/1/1.  In a Rondoesque line, he managed to miss all 5 FG attempts, while putting up a great line in every other area.  He also managed that line in only 20 minutes.

 

That’s it for today everybody!  I’ll see you next Thursday after the break!

Stay Razzy!

  1. miles proudfoot says:
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    What do you think about Baze for Robin Lopez if I’m looking for boards and blocks? Really that consistency. Will lose some steals but I think it’ll be alright for my squad. Also was thinking first of floating Baze and a piece for Adams first, but not sure that will fly. Thanks!

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @miles proudfoot: I’d float for Adams first, but I don’t mind the deal for RoLo either.

  2. Steve D. says:
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    Trade my Hassan Whiteside for Jimmy Butler in 10 team redraft?

    I’m stacked with bigs (Mislap/Drummond/Ibaka/Vucevic/P Gasol) and could use some help on O.

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @Steve D.: I’m down with that – especially with Wade being in and out.

  3. Jerry says:
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    Hey, Adam. Gibson, Nurk, Marcus Morris, Elfrid or Waiters ros in a head to head points league? Thanks and enjoy the weekend!

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @Jerry: Probably Marcus there – I don’t trust Waiters as much with JRich returning soon. I think Nurk has the upside, but it’s a lot riskier.

  4. Pavel says:
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    Conley/BroLo
    for KDurant

    am I giving up too much to get Durantula? I’d be picking up PJ Tucker, TRoss, or D.Favors btw.

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @Pavel: I’d definitely do that deal, especially with those options on the wire.

  5. Mr. Blast says:
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    12 team – 15 man roster deep H2H

    Drop Ersan for Norman Powell or hold ? ROS long term

    Needs are Boards/Blocks/Points/Threes.

    Ersan has been a pleasent surprise for me most of the season until about now.

    • Mr. Blast says:
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      Or Chriss

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @Mr. Blast: I’m keeping Ersan, but I wouldn’t mind dropping Chriss for Powell

  6. John says:
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    Barnes or Mudiay ROS

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @John: My guess would be Barnes, but it hinges largely on what both teams do at the trade deadline.

      • Adam

        Adam says:
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        @Adam: Assuming you meant Matt Barnes – Harrison Barnes I’d take over Mudiay as well though.

  7. Cassell Phone Home says:
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    Jahlil Okafor worth the stash or add Andre Roberson for the stocks?

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @Cassell Phone Home: I’d stash Okafor til the trade deadline, but drop him for Roberson if he isn’t dealt.

  8. Tyler says:
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    Have one free spot cause Lin is in IL.
    Who should I pickup for my team: Lawson, Ross, Swaggy, Aminu, Harkless, MKG, CLee, Baze, Roberson, Olynyk, Moore, CJ Miles, Hield, Ilyasova, Frazier, Ish Smith, Knight, Okafor, N.Powell, Yogi

    Trying to be dominant in FG/Reb/STL/BLK/3s and competitive in AST/TO.
    Feel like I need more 3s so should I go Swaggy or Ross for elite 3s? Also like Hark/Baze since they have solid stocks and 3s with good FG%..
    Or should I take a chance on Knight getting traded?

    10Team punt PTS/FT

    G-Holiday,Beverley,GaryHarris,Middleton
    F-LBJ,Covington,Ariza,AGordon
    C-Whiteside,Deandre,Gobert,Frye
    IL-Lin

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @Tyler: Lin is coming back after the break, so I don’t see any reason to add someone. Am I missing something? Out of those players I’d go Swaggy if you want 3s, but yeah.

      • Tyler says:
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        @Adam: Not missing anything. Just figured I could stream someone and keep Lin in the IL for a while or in case he doesn’t play yet, you never know with the Nets being overly cautious and not being straightforward with injury reports.

        • Adam

          Adam says:
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          @Tyler: I think they’ve been overly cautious in waiting this long – I’m not too worried about Lin coming back when they say. Just grab swaggy if you’re worried about him though.

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