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So I’m sitting around and thinking to myself, “you know, I like auction leagues, I like deep leagues, but there isn’t a really deep dynasty/auction league I’m in…”  That’s my inner monologue!  So much deeper than Grey’s random italicized voice.  And it dawned on me that in my short time as Razzball Hoops Editor I’ve made some new industry friends over at Rotogold.com and the TDB Sports Network and wanted them to join in a really intense league that we could play with the loyal Razzball Nation.  So I started the REL (Razzball Elite League) and we currently have 12 spots open at the time of this posting to fill the 20-team league.  If you want in – shoot your e-mail below and I’ll invite ya!  It’s a league that’ll make you grow chest hair.  A league that’ll test your will.  A league that will separate the deep, scouring, fantasy nerds from the semi-manly.  So shoot your e-mail below if you want an invite and we’re looking forward to a nice relaxing Auction draft at 9:30 EST next Thursday.  Bring it!

As I’m sure you’ve probably read ad nasueum, every auction is different, any player can be nominated first and the money/team that guy goes to alters the rest of the draft.  So be sure to adjust accordingly and above all, get the guys you like!  Don’t get too caught up in price enforcing/inflating and enjoy the squad you put together.

What I’ve seen in my Auction Draft thus far is I want to pay a premium for the guys in my 1st and 2nd round, then it’s a big drop off.  And in those top ranks there’s some pretty clear cut tiers – KD, then LBJ, then the big 3 guards, then guys I’m high on and other first-rounders to Deron Williams, and then the big dropoff from Melo to Nicolas Batum.  I feel like I can nab probably one or two of the guys in the top few tiers, and I have enough targets I’m high on later than I can fill my roster with.  For example, I don’t think Jeff Teague goes for $26 or Jonas Valanciunas goes for $20, but I’d be willing to go that high.  So with those guys I personally like at probable discounts, I think I can shape a solid team by nabbing just 1 or 2 high-$ guys.  And I’m shocked at how level the big sites shape the auction-o-sphere.  No way Durant or LBJ goes for only $70 apiece.  No way they should be the same value either.  I think they have some sort of internal ranking limitation or there’s some sort of unwritten rule that they shouldn’t value them over $70/per.  I intentionally made my ranks top heavy because I think the top 22 are worth heavy premiums to build around – and in drafts with real-life players and fans, those guys are going to go closer to the range I have them valued.

Values are based on Yahoo standard line-up (PG, SG, G, SF, PF, F, C, C, UTIL, UTIL, BN, BN, BN) and 12-team leagues (RCL size) with a $200 budget.

Razzball Basketball 2013-2014 Fantasy Basketball Auction Rankings

  PLAYER, POS, TEAM NOTE
 $      98 Kevin Durant, SF, OKC Would be willing to dump a huge premium on KD as he’s easily fantasy’s #1 player.  ESPN and Yahoo putting his valuation at $70 is a joke.  A – no way he goes anywhere near there with actual people bidding and B – he just plain is more valuable.  Those guys are kidding themselves if they don’t think Durant can be worth top-end of double-digits $ value, then you can build around him.  I won’t go this high in a deep 20-teamer like the REL league (or maybe I will!), but in 12-team, he’s worth this price.
 $      87 LeBron James, SF/PF, MIA Still think an elite season coming, and pretty clear cut second highest $ player.
 $      75 James Harden, SG/SF, HOU Easy to forget he was traded less than a week before 12-13 season.
 $      74 Chris Paul, PG, LAC Game’s best PG, will be leaned on to do everything for Doc.
 $      72 Stephen Curry, PG/SG, GS A little worried about career ankle issues, no Jarrett Jack.
 $      66 Serge Ibaka, PF/C, OKC I’ll reach in my pockets and spend big, scored 4 more a game, developing deep shot, 57.3 FG% 12-13.  Westbrook injury now has him a key scorer as well, but obviously doesn’t move above the big 5.  Probably won’t go near this value, and that has me buying him in every auction.
 $      65 Kyrie Irving, PG, CLE The additional bigs should give Kyrie all sorts of room to drive and dish.
 $      64 John Wall, PG, WAS Love Wall, was a first-round talent in last two months of 12-13, healthy offseason, will probably go cheaper and I’d be happy bidding him up to a high premium.  Wall/Ibaka have been my front 2 in many-a-draft.
 $      62 Marc Gasol, C, MEM Does everything, increased scoring with Gay gone in 2nd half 12-13.
 $      60 Kevin Love, PF/C, MEM Elite money upside, injury downside.  Still buying big.
 $      60 Derrick Rose, PG, CHI I buy the perimeter game offseason work, excited for a really big season/big Asts.  Looked good back on the court.
 $      60 Paul George, SG/SF, IND Love George as a player, think he’s getting overhyped in fantasy.  Will probably go higher in numerous auctions.
 $      51 Deron Williams, PG, BKN A bit worried about recent ankle injury, but worth elite range of $.
 $      50 Ricky Rubio, PG, MIN Another point I buy the improved perimeter game, fully recovered from ACL.
 $      50 Al Horford, PF/C, ATL Millsap is more efficient than Josh Smith, love Teague, big year for big Al.
 $      49 Dwayne Wade, PG/SG, MIA Career-high FG% in 12-13, another solid year ahead.
 $      49 Anthony Davis, PF/C, NO Playing at an absolute elite level right now in the preseason.  Yeah I know it’s just preseason, but ready to really spend the extra dollar on him in auctions.
 $      45 Al Jefferson, PF/C, CHA Charlotte finally has a big, offense will run through him.
 $      44 Damian Lillard, PG, POR Buying offseason improvements, FG% to go up, big season.
 $      44 Carmelo Anthony, SF/PF, NY Elite scoring, sure, think boards go down and a little injury prone.
 $      36 Nicolas Batum, SG/SF, POR Wrist injury a concern (no surgery), falling numbers and %s in second half scary.  Played a lot of minutes in EuroBasket, has a bad back now.  Big drop in tiers from Melo to Batum.
 $      35 LaMarcus Aldridge, PF/C, POR Trade concerns and getting a lot of minor injuries through preseason.  Not ready to spend elite money on him.
 $      30 Dirk Nowitzki, PF, DAL After working his way back, elite Hall-of-Famer we’re used to in 2nd half.
 $      29 Ty Lawson, PG, DEN No Gallinari, no Iguodala, will have to do it all.
 $      27 Josh Smith, SF/PF, DET Has opportunity, very volatile in his value.
 $      27 Joakim Noah, PF/C, CHI Injuries will be concerning, but very big year from Noah in 12-13, Rose = FG% up.
 $      27 Larry Sanders, PF/C, MIL GM calls him key to the team, contract extension in works, big year ahead.  Will be leaned on to score with no ‘Sova for a bit.
 $      26 Tony Parker, PG, SA Fire to win the title, elite when healthy.
 $      26 Jeff Teague, PG, ATL Will be on all my teams, Millsap will help efficiency, one of my big breakouts.  This $-figure should land you him, and he should go even cheaper.
 $      25 David Lee, PF/C, GS Often underrated, not worried about the hip injury that’s healed up.
 $      25 Mike Conley, PG, MEM Boosted scoring, assists, fewer TOs when Gay left.
 $      24 Russell Westbrook, PG, OKC Injury changes everything, don’t like knee injury for guy that relies on explosiveness.
 $      24 Pau Gasol, PF/C, LAL Bye-bye Dwight, hello to old ways.  Or would it be hola?
 $      24 Nikola Vucevic, PF/C, ORL Not only a double-double guy, 2 ast 1 stl 1 blk a game as well.
 $      24 Dwight Howard, C, HOU Probably won’t end up on many of my teams and I see him getting bid up by his fans, but upside is obviously still there.
 $      24 Tim Duncan, PF/C, SA Dream season last year, think he’ll come close to duplicating going for title.
 $      23 Paul Millsap, PF, ATL Only 27, played only 30:26 a night last year, will flourish in ATL.
 $      23 Rudy Gay, SF/PF, TOR Buying all things Raptors, solid multi-cat contributor.
 $      23 Kawhi Leonard, SG/SF, SA Love him, love the multi-cat game.  Might even go the extra buck to get him.
 $      22 Roy Hibbert, C, IND Flashed elite big man potential in playoffs, extremely durable.
 $      21 DeMarcus Cousins, PF/C, SAC Still risky, one of fantasy’s biggest high risk/reward picks yet again.
 $      21 Blake Griffin, PF, LAC Despite hardcore fantasy player’s hate, there’s still upside – but I won’t get into a bidding war.
 $      21 Jeff Green, SF/PF, BOS Huge, huge upside with extraordinary breakout potential.
 $      20 Nikola Pekovic, C, MIN Already great FG% that will go up with Love, dub-dub with stl/blk a night.
 $      20 Kobe Bryant, SG, LAL Could obviously move up with incoming optimistic news, rehab doing too well to be lower.  Looking like he’ll miss opening night, but not too much more action.  Probably won’t end up paying the premium for his name value.
 $      20 Jonas Valanciunas, C, TOR If you’ve read me since last year, he’s my #1 sleeper.  Offense to run through him.
 $      19 Chris Bosh, PF/C, MIA Under-the-radar (at least to me) very productive 12-13 despite dwindling skill set/rebounding.  Some further regression.
 $      19 Derrick Favors, PF/C, UTA The Jazz have a ton of faith in him, oozes potential/high block total.
 $      17 Kemba Walker, PG, CHA Lower than almost anywhere else, don’t think Jefferson fixes bad FG%, low Asts.
 $      16 Brook Lopez, C, BKN Love his game, had him top-20 in May.  Foot injury and big trade limits #s.  Better real life ROI than Auction value ROI.
 $      16 Monta Ellis, PG/SG, DAL Excited to see him play with Dirk, should have a solid season, slight scoring dip.
 $      15 Jrue Holiday, PG, NO While #1 NO scorer/disher, I won’t be chasing Jrue is his price gets hiked up.
 $      15 Greg Monroe, C, DET Think Josh Smith/Jennings actually will help his fantasy value.
 $      15 Tobias Harris, SF/PF, ORL My boyfriend from last year, flashed fantastic goodness in 2nd half.  Will start.
 $      15 Chandler Parsons, SF/PF, HOU Fantastic 12-13, think he has another great, efficient season.
 $      13 Brandon Jennings, PG, DET Messed up tooth and jaw will linger into regular season, not willing to spend a penny more than this.
 $      13 Paul Pierce, SF, BKN Name value and new locale may have someone keep bidding, but it won’t be me.  Still value here though, he’s been going pretty late in snake drafts.
 $      13 George Hill, PG/SG, IND Quiet, unassuming, steady production.
 $      13 Eric Bledsoe, PG/SG, PHX Flashed brilliance when starting, polarizing fantasy ranks/valuation, big upside.  Will be a guy I may spend an extra few bucks on later in drafts if I have the pocketbook.
 $      12 Jose Calderon, PG, DAL A sore hammy but it shouldn’t linger into the season, will be diming like crazy with Dwight and Monta around.
 $      12 Ryan Anderson, PF/C, NO Despite new faces, don’t think his role/numbers change much.
 $      11 Klay Thompson, SG/SF, GS I’ve seen him very overranked and overbid on, ThrAGNOF!
 $      11 Goran Dragic, PG, PHX Still upside there, and despite a “bust” last year, still produced at this value.
 $      11 David West, PF, IND Solid 12-13, another solid 13-14.
 $      11 Zach Randolph, PF/C, MEM Read West, David.
 $      11 DeMar DeRozan, SG/SF, TOR A big sleeper of mine, TOR a great line-up now, buying the offseason work on 3s.
 $      11 Gerald Henderson, SG/SF, CHA Back-to-back sleepers I’d hope to get late, Henderson showed elite production in 2nd half.
 $      10 Thaddues Young, SF/PF, PHI Someone has to score in Philly, right?  Solid 12-13 as well, but not in love.
 $      10 Rajon Rondo, PG, BOS No need to rush him back in a big rebuilding year – despite him saying he’s already mentally ready.
 $      10 O.J. Mayo, SG, MIL Will lead offensive attack for the Bucks, solid talent around him.
 $      10 Bradley Beal, SG, WAS Showed talent at times in rookie season, big injury concern, despite great upside including the big preseason games this week on 10-15 and 10-17.
 $        9 Luol Deng, SF, CHI Trade/contract issues persist, but solid player and should be with Bulls all year.
 $        8 Greivis Vasquez, PG/SG, SAC Think there’s multi-cat upside, but ankle injury and IT2 issues remain.
 $        7 Andre Iguodala, SG/SF, GS Low floor/low ceiling, moves to another fast-paced team to duplicate 12-13 #s.
 $        7 Jimmy Butler, SG/SF, CHI A little surprised I’m higher on him than most, will start, multi-cat goodness.
 $        7 J.R. Smith, SG/SF, NYK Knee injury, suspension for smoking, but past those I’m fine with him here.
 $        7 Kyle Lowry, PG, TOR You know you’re getting good production, but only when he’s on the floor.
 $        7 Gordon Hayward, SG/SF, UTA Minutes, steals, assists up as 12-13 went on, TOs down, Jazz need consistency.
 $        6 Ersan Ilyasova, SF/PF, MIL Don’t want anything to do with a big on a very bum ankle.  Avoiding as best I can.  Might nominate him early to see if someone in your league thinks he’ll get healthy right away or didn’t see he’s hurt.
 $        6 Marcin Gortat, C, PHX Another guy from the Suns that was a semi-bust but still put up #s.
 $        6 Danny Green, SG/SF, SA Really underrated multi-cat season: 1.2 stl 0.7 blk 12-13 a little shocking.
 $        6 Enes Kanter, C, UTA Big upside in starting role.Saw him play on 10-16 and looked great.
 $        6 Wilson Chandler, SG/SF, DEN Without Gallinari until probably February, Chandler a huge breakout candidate.
 $        5 Brandon Knight, PG/SG, MIL Still very young, think with actual talent around him could emerge.
 $        5 Kenneth Faried, PF, DEN Love the Manimal in real life, think his fantasy value can be a little overrated and someone will overpay.
 $        4 Jeremy Lin, PG, HOU Some upside with reports he and Dwight looking good from the Dream, great Stls.  However, he will be one of the most overpaid players in auction drafts because of his fan base from what I’ve seen.
 $        4 Wesley Matthews, SG/SF, POR Don’t see him playing 35 mins a night, even with rook McCollum to miss prolonged time.
 $        4 JaVale McGee, C, DEN Obvious upside with more minutes due to Karl firing, Shaqtin a Fool downside too.
 $        3 Victor Oladipo, SG, ORL Only other rookie in top 100, may start slow but I see bigger role in 2nd half.
 $        3 Carlos Boozer, PF/C, CHI One of my least favorite players, is actually going a bit underrated in 13-14.
 $        3 Andre Drummond, PF/C, DET Sure some upside, but 37.1 FT%?  Really?
 $        3 Raymond Felton, PG/SG, NY Still driving a high-powered offense, think Beno Udrih eats into a few minutes.
 $        3 Andrew Bogut, C, GS Says he’s healthy and expects big minutes, multi-cat performer, always injured…
 $        3 Steve Nash, PG, LAL 39, numerous injuries last year, but still top 100 and more than a $1 flyer value.
 $        3 Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, SF, CHA People overrate a 19-yr old rookie season and write him off, multi-cat breakout.  Probably can get him for a $1 in most auctions.
 $        3 Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, SG, DET First Stuckey now Jennings, injuries are ravaging the Pistons backcourt and KCP was looking at a surprise starting gig beforehand.  Willing to pay a few bucks late and not let him go for $1.
 $        2 Jamal Crawford, PG/SG, LAC Will duplicate what we saw last year, which was top 100 worthy.
 $        2 Spencer Hawes, C, PHI Has the 1st half to prove worth until Noel gets minutes, out of position 3s nice.
 $        2 Tyson Chandler, C, NY Not a huge fan, injury prone and a wild card, but value has him crack more than a buck, but won’t bid on him a second time.
 $        2 John Henson, PF/C, MIL Injuires to both Ilyasova and Ekpe Udoh will have Henson seeing tons of minutes, and I see him banking on the production with his solid per/48 numbers last year.  Must own in all leagues.  Save an extra dollar to bid him over the nomiation late, if you can’t nom him yourself.
 $        2 Amir Johnson, PF/C, TOR Despite probably a sub-10 PPG scorer, gave you 1 stl 1.4 blks last year.
 $        2 Cody Zeller, PF/C, CHA A surprise from Summer ball, there’s upside playing next to Jefferson.
 $        2 Isaiah Thomas, PG, SAC An unreal second half, potential is there but stifled by new regime/Vasquez.
 $        2 Chris Kaman, PF/C, LAL Thrived when he’s gotten starting minutes, will be vastly undervalued.  Probably can get him for a buck, but I would go $2 or even $3 if I really needed a big late.
 $        2 Kevin Garnett, PF/C, BKN Kidd says he’ll bench KG on back-to-backs, #s still there last year, down a bit this year.
 $        2 Tyreke Evans, SG/SF, NO Ankle dinged up after preseason injury, hate to draft him injured even with report he should make opening night.  Too much upside for only a single Washington.
 $        2 Anderson Varejao, PF/C, CLE The unreal rebounds are tough to ignore, but less minutes, Bynum = less value.
 $        2 Kelly Olynyk, C, BOS Minutes and opporunity are there, worth a slight bit of a reach to me over a dollar.  Looked good in both preseason games I’ve seen him in.
 $        2 Joe Johnson, SG/SF, BKN Someone will reach for name value, scoring/3s down with all the options.
 $        1 Jameer Nelson, PG, ORL Oladipo to play some at point, everyone healthy right now, avoiding.  Everyone else below I wouldn’t spend more than a dollar on if I had a solid team filled out.
 $        1 Andrew Bynum, C, CLE Don’t want him, knees hurt again, avoid avoid avoid. Yahoo @ $13 projected and he’s going at a $13.9 average is lunacy.
 $        1 Danny Granger, SF, IND Like Bynum, tough to rank and I won’t be reaching for him – 2-10 in preseason opener and sore.  At least Yahoo has him as $4 and not $13!
 $        1 Maurice Harkless, SF, ORL Flashed multi-cat goodness with 1.2 stl/0.8 blk in only 25 minutes per game.
 $        1 Andrei Kirilenko, SF/PF, BKN Never been a huge fan, but will still get minutes behind elderly former Celtics.
 $        1 Harrison Barnes, SF, GS Potential has always been there, but becomes a 6th man with Iggy.
 $        1 Arron Afflalo, SG/SF, ORL Empty scoring, but still produces despite status with Magic in turmoil.
 $        1 Shawn Marion, SF/PF, DAL I don’t buy a repeat, but Marion was huge last year under-the-radar.
 $        1 Jarrett Jack, PG/SG, CLE Wahhhhhh, I’m Jarrett Jack!  Will find time at the 2 late in games.
 $        1 Michael Carter-Williams, PG, PHI The FG% will be terrible, but minutes and opportunity are there for the late $1 gamble.
 $        1 J.J. Redick, SG, LAC Limited upside, but should be able to replicate what he did with the Magic in 12-13.
 $        1 Tristan Thompson, PF/C, CLE Loved him before Bynum/Bennett/Clark brought in, Bynum hurt, TT could start.
 $        1 Reggie Jackson, PG, OKC Sure he’s only got the starting gig until Westbrook is back, but Jackson will still get minutes as Russell is eased back in and tremendous upside to start the year.  Worth an extra buck if you need one last depth guy and have the cash late.
 $        1 Kevin Martin, SG, MIN Will score, but doesn’t get to the line anymore, still doesn’t do anything else. Sore Achilles to start the year as well.
 $        1 Randy Foye, PG/SG, DEN Gallinari hurt, no Brewer, no Iggy, no Koufos, Denver will need scoring.
 $        1 Ben McLemore, SG, SAC Crowded backcourt, but they seem determined to play him, some upside.
 $        1 DeAndre Jordan, C, LAC Having a great preseason and flashing great Board-n-Blocks upside, FT% still a work around though.
 $        1 Kyle Korver, SG/SF, ATL Despite my reluctance to bid on 3-point specialists, was solid in 12-13.
 $        1 Dion Waiters, SG, CLE Jack will take some minutes, a lot of new options on the Cavs.
 $        1 Corey Brewer, SG/SF, MIN (three weeks ago)I just think he’s better than Budinger or Shabazz, more multi-cat value than expected. (now) Budinger hurt, Brewer to start.  Me likey.  Can nab him with your last dollar most likely.
 $        1 Manu Ginobili, SG/SF, SA Injuries and lower minutes of course lower value, but can still produce.
 $        1 Eric Gordon, SG, NO Bad knees, ankle still coming along, not touching him before here.
 $        1 Evan Turner, SG/SF, PHI I just thought he’d be a better NBA player and he’s not, not buying new opportunity.
 $        1 Tiago, Splitter, C, SA Underrated multi-cat year, played 81 games, nice late stat booster.
 $        1 Martell Webster, SG/SF, WAS Porter’s hip injury lagging deeper than thought, Webster in line to get minutes in his stead.  Wiz to ease Porter in when ready.
 $        1 Anthony Bennett, SF/PF, CLE Frontcourt is loaded, but loaded with injury-prone guys.  Still won’t go more than a dollar for #1 pick.  Showing conditioning problems recovering from off-season shoulder surgery. Now reports of asthma and sleep apnea.  All looking bad, but worth the $1 flyer if no one else is nominating him.
 $        1 Gerald Wallce, SF/PF, BOS Will get minutes early, he’s getting shopped, probably loses value on deadline deal as I doubt he gets traded into a big role.
 $        1 Greg Stiemsma, C, NO Going to start and get the Robin Lopez role, will block and can board better.
 $        1 Andrea Bargnani, PF/C, NYK Apparently gelling well with Melo and Amar’e is still hurt.  Not going to go nuts for him, but upside warrants the buy and he’s another guy I might go $2 on if I need to spend late dollars.
 $        1 Nene Hilario, PF/C, WAS Adds 3 dimes a game, but up there in age and not a guy I’m buying for more.
 $        1 Metta World Peace, SF/PF, NY Should play despite not playing under this name.  Probably avoiding.
 $        1 Archie Goodwin, SG, PHX The more I’m looking at guys ranked below him, the more I have the rookie nookie urge to take Goodwin.  6th man role in team that will play him.  Probably can be your last nomination and an easy $1 buy.
 $        1 Ramon Sessions, PG/SG, CHA Was on his way to a great 12-13 before a knee injury, should still see good mins.
 $        1 Nick Young, SG/SF, LAL Might be droppable after Kobe is back, but could have a strong start.
 $        1 Alec Burks, SG, UTA Could play some point while Burke is out, not ready to bid the extra dollar on him though.
 $        1 Iman Shumpert, SG/SF, NY Returned from ACL surgery last year, could be solid after healthy offseason.
 $        1 Omri Casspi Very hot preseason and could start at the 4 on a very fast-paced Rockets team.  A nice late-auction target.
 $        1 Nate Robinson, PG/SG, DEN Not a fan, but will get some run as the 1/2 off the bench and is being reported he could play some with Lawson in shortest backcourt ever.  Next they’ll bring in Spud Webb.
 $        1 Andre Miller, PG, DEN Played in every game past 2 years, Nate Robinson steals the possible min. uptick.
 $        1 Omer Asik, C, HOU Huge loss of minutes, Dwight/Asik frontcourt would be worst FT% ever.
 $        1 J.J. Hickson, PF/C, DEN Behind Faried and McGee, will still get pretty solid minutes.
 $        1 Lou Williams, PG/SG, ATL Still recovering from the ACL, will be eased in, but still 2nd half upside.
 $        1 Trey Burke, PG, UTA Avoiding at all costs now; he needed every minute of preseason experience and now will be eased in a month or so into the season.  But if you haven’t bought anyone else hurt, he’s worth your last dollar.
 $        1 Avery Bradley, PG/SG, BOS You don’t really want any of the Celtics gaurds, but they’ll play.
 $        1 Robin Lopez, C, POR Looking like he’ll start & could repeat 12-13 which has value even though he blows.

106 Responses

  1. Slim

    Buddah Lovaz says:
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    BuddahLovaz_561@yahoo.com

    “Keep hittin that refer sendin me straight to heaven.”

    Sorry. That comes out of me uncontrollably when I type my email.

    • Slim

      Buddah Lovaz says:
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      @Buddah Lovaz: Err… That’s an underscore between the z and the 5.

      • JB Gilpin

        JB Gilpin says:
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        @Buddah Lovaz: Haha awesome! I got ya sent!

      • JB Gilpin

        JB Gilpin says:
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        @Bryan Skifter: Sorry man! We’ve gotten it full up, but if a spot opens I’ll let ya know!

  2. James Redacted

    James Redacted says:
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    I’d love to join that dynasty league but unfortunately I wouldn’t be available for the draft. We all know how autodrafted auction drafts go…

    • Rob says:
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      @James Redacted:
      Somehow the invite from last night never got to me. Could you try again.

      Liked the draft from last night. Did not like slot 11, but I think I did reasonably well with it.

      amadeus250@gmail.com

      • JB Gilpin

        JB Gilpin says:
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        @Rob: Just resent it man, maybe it go into your spam or something? Let me know if still not there!

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @James Redacted: Yeah auctions can go unbelievably wrong. I missed one and a series of trades has me feeling better.

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @James Redacted: By “missed one” I meant a snake not an auction

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Howard: Sent good sir

  3. Eric says:
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    Awesome!! Thank you.

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Eric: No prob! Hope they help guide you to a title!

  4. Mike says:
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    Varejao looks good and is going in drafts around 90 in yahoo mock drafts. In auction drafts I would love to get Varejao at your value, I don’t see see Bynum playing more than a dozen games.

    • JB Gilpin

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      @Mike: Yeah, I mean I think he goes late with strapped budgets, and if I needed boards and hadn’t spent heavy, wouldn’t fault another dollar or two. But yea, all out on Bynum, can’t believe what he’s going for in auction.

    • Mike says:
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      @Mike:Still want to join the dynasty draft.

      • JB Gilpin

        JB Gilpin says:
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        @Mike: Just sent it to ya. Sorry, comment answers are not forthcoming during the day as I am in my beauty sleep! I am almost a vampire…

  5. GT says:
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    GIANNIS ANTEWOOERJDESKFOSDKFKFSDPOLOUS!!

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @GT: Haha – awesome

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Moe: Sure thing man, sending you an invite!

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Larry: Sweet sending invite!

  6. BigBearMN says:
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    It would be an honor to be in this league. meade55@msn.com

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @BigBearMN: Sent it to ya, thanks for interest!

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Chaz H: Awesome – sent ya an invite!

  7. Joshua Camposano says:
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    id love to join this league. i have a rich history of fantasy basketball . is it too late?
    joshcamposano@gmail.com

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Joshua Camposano: Not too late at all! I think I have 1-2 more invites out than spots, but still a lot of spots open. Just sent ya an invite!

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @brent: Invitation sent! Thanks for the interest!

  8. Daniel Stolzoff says:
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    Any spots left?

  9. donut says:
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    Last year was my first in a 19 team roto keeper league. It’s brutal. Anyone that plays 20 minutes per game is owned.

    Deciding right now whether to keep Taj Gibson or Terrence Jones for a buck. Not joking.

    • JB Gilpin

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      @donut: Yup it’s gonna be a lot of fun! Will involve everyone I talk about in daily updates. Giannas Antekountopko (sp is wrongggggggg) gonna be on my team! Haha I’d go Gibson too, Noah still ailing in groin.

  10. Bringdaruckus says:
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    Can I get some fantasy basketball goodness? Thehitman004@yahoo.com
    Thanks

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Bringdaruckus: Yessir just sent!

  11. Brian says:
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    Love it. Bkelder23@gmail.com, if I can still get in. Damn work Internet filter

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Brian: Those damn filters! Just sent

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Joshua K: Awesome! Just sent

  12. Mr. Ballistik says:
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    Since I’m feeling particularly lazy after my 12 hour day, I’ll just ask: what is the scoring format for this league? How many players will we be keeping each season?

    • JB Gilpin

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      @Mr. Ballistik: Dynasty so you can keep as many as fit the yearly budget. Kinda going to democratically decide inflation and all that at the draft. 9-cat H2H

  13. Josh says:
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    thanks man, love this. can i suggest a a/t ratio as the 9th cat

    • JB Gilpin

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      @Josh: Interesting… I like Ast/TO, but I think it just even further puts the impetus on guards.

  14. Min says:
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    Hey JB, major trade dilemma here…id be trading away two of my favorite players in john wall and serge ibaka, but id be getting the 2nd best player in fantasy in return (a certain miami living legend…yeah you know who). do i pull the trigger?? this one’s a 10-teamer and i usually find a couple waiver-wire gems a year to boost my depth, so the issue’s more whether the benefit of a superstud outweighs that of two solid but flawed studs

    this is my team if it would help at all (rotisserie redraft):
    PG John Wall
    SG Gordon Hayward
    SF Jeff Green
    PF Serge Ibaka
    C Larry Sanders
    G Mike Conley
    F DeMarcus Cousins
    UTIL Dirk Nowitzki
    UTIL Chandler Parsons
    UTIL Jeremy Lin
    Bench Rajon Rondo
    Bench Gerald Henderson
    Bench DeMar DeRozan

    • JB Gilpin

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      @Min: Mannnnnnnnnnnn. Your favs = my favs too as Ibaka and Wall as first rounders in my ranks is not conventional wisdom. I think I’d hold for now.

    • Pavel says:
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      @Min: I would definitely do it. I remember reading up that the reason kd and lbj are so good is that whoever you pick up from the wire (especially in a 10-team case like this) would outdo ibaka and wall. Something like lebron and ronny turiaf would be better than carmelo and pau gasol in 6/9 categories..I’ve always done 2 for 1 and try to get a superstar. I’d say go for it.

  15. Pavel says:
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    Rediculously good read. Thanks for the breakdown. My team is like this and i wonder what to do to improve the guard situation (this is a dynasty league):
    pg: lawson/nash/foye
    sg:kobe/caldwell-pope
    sf:lebron/jeff green/barnes/caron butler
    pf:nowitzki/nene/morris/ed davis
    c:noah/hibbert/monroe/olynyk

    i see that my team is heavy on the frontcourt side. so what would you recommend doing in this case?

    • JB Gilpin

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      @Pavel: Thanks so much! I like that team, but you’re right, a little thin at G. I think I’d hope for a few big games early from Olynyk and flip him with someone, and I’m not as big a Monroe fan as many, and think he’ll score higher than his season average early until Jennings gets back. Maybe shop those two and look for a few teams needing big men. Hope that helps!

      • Pavel says:
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        @JB Gilpin: Thanks jb that was really helpful. Monroe carried my team for most of last year (different team) as he gets so many assists for a C does really great for my overall stats. His lack of blocks is bad, but thats the only blemish I think.

        • JoeMorgan'sMustache says:
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          @Pavel: With JB here…lots of turnovers to go with those assists…kinda weak at ft as well. He is fine for who he is…but not sure how the 86th ranked player in 9 cat can carry anyone’s team.

  16. Wallpaper Paterson says:
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    gortexturban@yahoo.com

    I can make it for that draft. Hopefully there is still a spot for me.

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Wallpaper Paterson: Ack spots are filled… If anyone drops out though I’ll let ya know!

      • Wallpaper Paterson says:
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        @JB Gilpin: Aww shucks. This weekend will end with me in a league or I won’t play this year. For various reasons I will not be a commish this year. Maybe I will join a RCL or just a random league on Yahoo. We shall see. I will probably have a decision made in about 15 hours.

  17. Slim

    Buddah Lovaz says:
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    I’m trying to figure out how auction values will change in the REL Dynasty. I think the top 20 or so will stay about the same maybe an additional $5-$10 (+$100-$200 total). I think the next 40 or so will all get a $10-$15 or so boost just because there is so much more money in the pool with 20 teams. (+$400-$600) Then the next 40 get about a $5-$10 boost. (+$200-$400). Finally the next 100 most valuable get a $2-$4 boost in value (+$200-$400). That makes it +$900-$1600 and 8 teams over 12 is plus $1600 to the over all money pool. My numbers aren’t exact but do you think this is close to accurate inflation?

    • Slim

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      @Buddah Lovaz: I kind of like the idea of +$5 inflation to keep. It doesn’t have to be $5 though, I think $3 is still gonna make a big difference. A little turnover doesn’t hurt and it’ll help make for a better draft next year. Who knows if you let a guy go you might be able to get him back cheaper. The thought of lets say a $1 Chandler Parsons from last year always being worth $1 seems like it could eventually break the league. At $6 this year i think he’s still a bargain. As I think about it I kinda like $3 inflation a little better than $5.

      I almost posted that in the league message board as a reply to your post. I wanted to see what you thought 1st.

      • JB Gilpin

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        @Buddah Lovaz: Yeah man – totally fine with inflation as we go. Up to what everyone wants, so feel free to post that! In my dynasty baseball league it’s +$2 every year and I like that format. Only thing is, with 20 teams it’ll be a lot of upkeep haha. Agree with your thoughts, and especially with 20 teams that means there’s 20 players that are fans of particular guys so a lot of the top end targets will indeed go high. It’ll get fun when you have like 10 spots filled and $50 bucks left and like, I dunno, Harrison Barnes goes for a lot because he’s younger.

    • JB Gilpin

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      @Heartwell: Sorry man, we’re filled up! Got a few people on informal waiting list, but if a lot of spots open I’ll let ya know!

  18. Rob says:
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    Just to let everybody know that somebody has withdrawn and there is an opening.

    • JB Gilpin

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      @Rob: Yup that got filled, thanks for the update! If there’s another opening let everyone know!

  19. asdfasdf says:
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    Hey,
    I just finished drafting a new team! Our league has 10 teams and uses regular stats except that instead of Ast and TOs, we use A/TO. So we have 8 total categories.

    Here is my team:

    PG: Wall, Kemba, Jrue Holiday, R. Jackson
    SG: Wade
    SF: LeBron James, Pierce, Wilson Chandler, Harkless, Kidd-Gilchrist
    PF: Pau Gasol, Tobias Harris, Faried
    C: Valanciunas, Kanter

    (By the way we use G/F/C/UTIL, so it doesn’t matter that I only have one SG)

    There are some good players that I can pick up. Would you drop anyone on my team for: Kaman, Lou Williams, Otto Porter Jr., Dudley, Foye, Humphries, Caldwell-Pope, Dalembert, or Mo Williams? Maybe MKG for Kaman?

    Thanks a lot!

    • JB Gilpin

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      @asdfasdf: Like that team! I love Wall this year, and since you were able to get him with LeBron is a great core. Obviously love Valanciunas too. KCP and Kaman are the top two guys there, but I like MKG as a multi-cat stuffer. Think I probably hold and see how MKG fits in the Bobcats system the first few games.

      • asdfasdf says:
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        @JB Gilpin: Okay, thanks a lot. I guess I’ll wait and see how many minutes MKG is getting, and then decide what to do. Thanks a lot for your help, and for always answering questions promptly!

        • JB Gilpin

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          @asdfasdf: No problem man, any time!

  20. Bringdaruckus says:
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    JB, the league was full when I tried to join. Are you creating another league? Thanks

  21. Tony says:
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    JB & others, here’s my team what do you think?
    18 teams, keeper league, running 15 years? Live Auction just went down this weekend.

    H2H Fantasy points league

    I’m the defending champ.

    Kept:
    Harden $52
    Paul George $22
    David West $16
    Paul Millsap $31

    Bought at draft:
    Wade $48
    kanter $22
    KCP $2
    Wes Matthews $1

    5 round snake after to complete rosters:
    J. Henson
    A. Nicholson
    B. Mullens
    Jordan Crawford
    Demare Carroll

    Durant was back in and went for $102! Saw david lee go about 8-10 players after i bought wade for $38? being an auction ya just never know.

    ANYWAYS, how’d i do?

    • JB Gilpin

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      @Tony: Damn I can bet you’re the defending champ with that core! Plus adding Wade.. Yeah not surprised on Durant, more surprised he wasn’t kept if there’s no expiring contracts… Like that team a ton!

      • Tony says:
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        @JB Gilpin: thanks, this year will be interesting, can’t deal picks/$ like past yrs, i’ve almostgot what i got, need to pray for health haha…..

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          @Tony: I think you’ll be fine, none of those guys are big injury risks. Pray to the fantasy gods!

  22. Mr T says:
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    Probably a waste of time to say it but put me on the list in case people drop out. mrt0430@gmail.com

    • Whoadie says:
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      @Mr T: I’m going to do the same. The only reason I didn’t join was because I couldn’t make the draft. I’ll gladly take over a team if somebody drops out tho. djeling@gmail.com

      • JB Gilpin

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        @Mr T: @Whoadie: sorry guys, yeah I think it’s pretty set, but adding you to my backup list. Thanks for the interest! Plenty of RCL room is open too!

  23. JoeMorgan'sMustache says:
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    Just got done with 16 team keeper auction, standard 9 cat, h2h, yahoo. Defending champ…we keep 5…team is as follows…

    PG -Lawson ( $29…kept)
    SG – Beal ( $19…targeted him…feel pretty good about this price )
    G – Dragic ( $7…kept)
    SF – Parsons ( $3…kept)
    F – Millsap ( $44…got in bidding war…told myself I would get him before going in…went in prepared to spend 40 or so if need be)
    PF- Bosh ( $28…kept)
    C – Marc Gasol ( $20….kept)
    UTIL – Harris ( $27…bidding war again…but was another guy I told myself I would get)
    UTIL – Waiters ( $10…..don’t love him but after missing on Hawes and Kanter due to cost, had to change strategy up…decided to get another guard…was best left on board)

    Bench…Markieff Morris $3, Sessions $1, Lamb $2, Brandon Wright $1, Nene $5. I think the Nene pick I hate the most. But, at the time felt like I needed another C eligible player for some reason, even though we only start 1 and I already had Bosh and Gasol…may regret the pick…but won’t make or break me.

    My bench is usually pretty fluid in any league I play in…not married to anyone on it. Regardless, for 16 teams, feel pretty good about my team as a whole and my goal was to come away without any glaring holes in my starting lineup. I feel that was accomplished. Thoughts on my team man? Thanks!

    • JB Gilpin

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      @JoeMorgan’sMustache: Beal is looking legit in preseason, just health issues… But like him at that price indeed. Love that lineup in a league that deep, think you might lose blocks most weeks, but you make up for it in other areas. Other than that definitely solid!

      • JoeMorgan'sMustache says:
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        @JB Gilpin: Thanks man…yeah I don’t have many big block guys…so agree with you there. A lot of them were kept, so I knew I may lack in that cat going in. Sure hope Beal stays healthy, as that’s my only concern with him…but had to go for him…looked outstanding once Wall came back and got healthy. Seems to have carried over to preseason…we shall see!

  24. decaf says:
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    Hey man,

    I’m new to this site. Just had our 12-team 8-cat auction roto draft last night, here’s my line-up:

    PG Mike Conley 28
    SG Jimmy Butler 3
    SF Jeff Green 15
    PF Tim Duncan 16
    C Al Horford 34
    G John Wall 39
    F Tobias Harris 10
    UTIL Tony Parker 25
    UTIL Bradley Beal 7
    UTIL JaVale McGee 5
    BE Isaiah Thomas 2
    BE Chandler Parsons 5
    BE Cody Zeller 11
    Total: 200
    Remaining: 0

    Basically:
    PG – Conley, Wall, Parker, Thomas
    SG – Beal, Butler
    SF – Green, Parsons
    PF – Duncan, Harris, Zeller
    C – Horford, McGee

    What do you think? Any areas of improvement I should look out for in the first month, either thru trades or waivers? I really wanted a bunch of mid-tier PGs, but may have sacrificed quality in the other positions if some of these players don’t pan out (particularly Beal, Butler, Harris, McGee, and Zeller).

    Thanks!

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @decaf: Welcome to Razzball! Hope you keep dropping by through the season! First of all, what league is this, an anti-Spurs league?! Parker at 25 is nice, but Duncan at 16 is great. Beal and Butler I think you got great values on as well at SG. And whoa, Parsons for $5?!?!?! Man, that one got buried in there haha. Nothing glaring sticks out, Zeller at $11 I’m guessing was your last pick and you used your remaining budget, while I have him pretty high, he’s probably your weakest guy. Obviously Horford will be a beast, but if McGee goes more bust than boom, in the weeks he struggles and if Timmy gets benched you might lose boards and blocks there. That’s the only real weakness I could see happening so I would keep an eye on big men when the season starts, especially if Zeller starts slow. Hope that helps, thanks for stopping by!

      • decaf says:
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        @JB Gilpin: @JB Gilpin:

        Thanks for the welcome! And yes, I’m looking forward to visiting this site regularly. I enjoyed the articles I’ve read so far.

        Ha, yes, $11 for Zeller was just me spending my remaining budget for the last spot. About the Spurs, I’m guessing most of the managers wanted to avoid the occasional benching by Pops. And yes, I would have fought more for Parsons, but he’s listed at $3 at ESPN lists, so my rivals definitely undervalued him.

        Alright, will look out for another big as suggested.

        Thanks!

        • JB Gilpin

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          @decaf: Wow, ESPN is nuts on that Parsons valuation… Guess they think Dwight is putting up 30 a night! Haha. Thanks again for coming by!

  25. Richo says:
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    Hey mate, love this website so thank you first off. A bit off topic but I’m considering a trade. Im in a 12 team, 9cat league with 5 starters, 1 utility, 3 bench spots and 1 IR.
    I have KD, Davis, Drummond and Valanciunas but am struggling with the guards. I’ve got old mate Kobe and Rondo is on my IR but I’m unsure about who I’m going to start with.. ATM I’ve got Parker, Gerald Henderson and Reggie Jackson.
    I really don’t like Parker because of how he’ll be rested. I’m considering moving him to Ellis who would replace Henderson at SG. I could drop Henderson to Vasquez, Nash, Jameer or Lin and play them or Jackson. Ryan Anderson, Nene, Harkless and Casspi are available too. Thoughts?

    • JB Gilpin

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      @Richo: Thanks man! Thanks for reading. Not off topic at all – what we do! I think I’m following ya, I would hold onto the guards you have right now. I think Parker will be fine, I know the rest will be annoying, but a healthy Parker all year with some games benched will be worth it. So you have Jameer? Think you have to drop him for Anderson, surprised Anderson is available. Hopefully that helps!

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        @JB Gilpin:
        Nah, I was trying to say that if I had a healthy SG I could drop Henderson for Jameer or one of those other guys I named who are FA’s.
        PG: Parker
        SG: Henderson
        SF: KD
        PF: Davis
        C: Drummond
        U: Valanciunas

        B: Jackson, Boozer, Kobe
        IR: Rondo

        I’ll be laughing if all of these guys are healthy come playoffs.

        • JB Gilpin

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          @Richo: Haha I hear ya! I’d hold Henderson, he’s a pretty big sleeper for me. I know you have some health issues, but I think Hendo will be good for ya

  26. RudyCorrales says:
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    Alright JB!

    I HAVE A MONSTER QUESTION FOR YOU.

    I’m in a keeper league where you get to keep 2 players for up to 3 years.

    I currently have Lamarcus Aldridge, Pau george, and russ westbrook as my 3 main guys.

    I already kept Lamarcus and Russ westbrook, so this will be my second out of 3 years allowed if i keep them.

    I have no idea who to keep. no idea. I was going to go Pau George and Westbrook but now that westbrook is hurt and its a significant injury considering he is an attack the basket player.

    what do you think? i have to decide by tonight.

    • JB Gilpin

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      @RudyCorrales: Yeah I think you keep Westbrook, this year might be tough, and hold out for a big third year. So yeah, I’d keep George and RW. I’m slightly down on Aldridge and there’s a good chance he’s traded, and most places he could go will hurt his value.

  27. Michael B says:
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    I’m interested in your Archie Goodwin 6th man comment. I’m in a 280 player owned league and you’re looking for minutes wherever you can get them, even if you can get them from a 5-6 game stretch when a “real life starter” is injured. From your list, only Goodwin and Casspi are on the wire right now. But I’m not seeing anything about Goodwin being the 6th man in Phoenix. I certainly have a spot for him, but not if he’s sitting on the end of the bench.

    • JB Gilpin

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      @Michael B: Well he started Sunday’s preseason game (although, yeah of course it’s preseason) but coaches have raved about him and I think he fits with Dragic or Bledsoe better than Gerald Green does and it makes sense for Goodwin to be paired when the first one of those points sits down. It might take a few games, but I think he’s going to give an impact, they’re not going to play Green that much (no team seems to) and Kendall Marshall I only think plays when both Dragic and Bledsoe are off the court. Hope that helps sell ya! Who are you dropping?

      • Michael B says:
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        @JB Gilpin: Was going to be Udrih, but after last night’s minute discrepancy, I don’t think I can pull the trigger yet. But I’ll be watching him for sure. Thanks for the heads up and a good read, as always.

        • JB Gilpin

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          @Michael B: Thanks man! If Goodwin plays well, I’m buying his jersey

          • Michael B says:
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            @JB Gilpin: Alright, after the Kendall Marshall/Shannon Brown trade, I went ahead and pulled the trigger. Gerald Green was available too, but I agree with you that he never seems to get much run even when he finds a niche with a team. So thanks. We’ll see how this works out.

            2nd question, a buddy of my buddy just asked me to join his $$ yahoo head to head points league. This is the first time I’ve played this type and I went to look at the settings.
            Players Stat Category Value
            Field Goals Made (FGM) 2
            Free Throws Made (FTM) 1
            3-point Shots Made (3PTM) 3
            Points Scored (PTS) 5
            Offensive Rebounds (OREB) 3
            Defensive Rebounds (DREB) 3
            Assists (AST) 1
            Steals (ST) 2
            Blocked Shots (BLK) 2
            Turnovers (TO) -3
            Technical Fouls (TECH) -5
            Double-Doubles (DD) 5
            Triple-Doubles (TD) 10

            Am I crazy or is this totally geared towards guys that can score points? A 2 point game is equivalent to a 10 assist game, the way I see it – and that doesn’t even take into account the points for the FG/FT. Please correct me if you see it differently. Wondering whether I should say something beforehand or just change my strategy to gobble up as many scorers as possible and hope for #1.

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              Forget it, got it solved. I wish I could delete all that. Disregard.

  28. Eng says:
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    JB, last year your draft tips helped me bring it home and this year well praise the lord you cover auction. First year having done one. Your league says dynasty etc. Do these prices correlate to a *12-team 8-cat non-keeper auction* league? Thanks and please let me know as I’m lost away from my usual draft format.

    • Eng says:
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      @Eng: Oh boy. Missed where you posted it was for a 12 team. My bad!

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Eng: Haha no problem man! Hope these help ya. If anything, every league ends up with usual regrets at the top, so that’s why I have the value so top heavy.

  29. dk says:
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    My team from a points league auction

    Points (PTS) 1 Blocks (BLK) 2
    Steals (STL) 2 Assists (AST) 1
    Rebounds (REB) 1 Ejections (EJ) -3
    Technical Fouls (TF) -1 Turnovers (TO) -1
    Field Goals Made (FGM) 1 Field Goals Attempted (FGA) -1
    Free Throws Made (FTM) 1 Free Throws Attempted (FTA) -1
    Three Pointers Made (3PM) 1 Double Doubles (DD) 5
    Triple Doubles (TD) 10 Quadruple Doubles (QD) 100
    Team Wins (TW) 5

    20 John Wall, Wsh PG $39
    30 Serge Ibaka, OKC PF $44
    31 Carmelo Anthony, NY SF $52
    41 Dirk Nowitzki, Dal PF $27
    43 Russell Westbrook*, OKC PG $16
    78 Paul Millsap, Atl PF $6
    88 Jonas Valanciunas, Tor C $2
    92 Wilson Chandler, Den SF $2
    104 Marcin Gortat, Wsh C $2
    106 Jose Calderon, Dal PG $1
    107 Nikola Pekovic, Min C $4
    120 Enes Kanter, Uta C $2
    127 Gerald Henderson, Cha SG $1

    how’s it looking?

    • JB Gilpin

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      @dk: I think you got some really good value. Love what Valanciunas will do with his efficiency for you and you got Millsap at a great value. Wow, when was the last Quadruple Double? Hakeem Olajuwan? Haha. If Westbrook can get back healthy pretty quick, his boost in team wins will be huge too, and Gortat going to a much better Wizards team is nice.

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