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So you took the red pill, and followed Morpheus down the rabbit hole. Or St. Nick up the Chimney hole. You know what I mean. We look back at week 9. What happened to week 8, you say? Red pill, son, it never happened. Or, if you’re a conspiracy theory/shut-in/don’t-trust-the-government type (my strongest demographic!), it was because of the illusion of Christmas. Whatever floats yer boat. And speaking of boat-floating, lets take a look at which teams are riding the waves, and which are floundering:

JB’s Random Commenter League. Baby Got Back smacked dat ass with an 8-1 pounding of Hamilton Hobos. Baby is firmly in the lead, with a commanding 51-28-2. Little in the middle, but he got much back!

All Country Ball Club. The league may be called All Country, but the king this week was straight street, son! Brooklyn Ballers threw down with a score of 8-1, beating the Mountain Dew kid, who sounds more country, or, at the very least, a suburban cat. High as Greg Kite leads overall with a score of 56-24-1. That is bong induced dominance if I ever heard of it.

JB’s Random Commenter League 28-1 is the flavour of the week, and the Deuce is no different. Cronos’ Crazy Team dropped Thor’s hammer on the guy who’s team name is a picture of the double birds. Sweet, sweet victory, Cronos. For the first time in recent memory, there is a new overall leader, with the Slippery Squirrels being knocked off the throne by Durant’s World, with an overall score of 49-30-2.

Razzball League 3 the Ringers. I tell you, I may be reaching here, but I do believe a number of you asked Santa for some Razzball league dominance, and the fat Elf was all like: Okaaaay, one week. (Chinese Symbol) Legendary Team won over Larry Moses with a score of 8-1. team Tough Guy Town is still on top with an overall score of 52-27-2.

Razzball Hardwood Classic. You Classic guys are real sticks in the mud, you know? It would have been epic if all leagues had won with a score of 8-1, but not you guys. You play by your own rules. Fott’s Flight Crew and Murder Castle beat Hyper Saltinel Force and Bret’s not Brown with a score of 7-2. With this win, Foot stays in the league lead with a score of 58-22-1.

The Double Bonus Fan League. Not to be outdone, the Bonus Fans decided that they were going to let half the league win. It was Christmas, after all, and so TDB Doug, High Upsiders, DIKEMBE SAY NO, and Under Protest beat Kahwi Five-Oh, Draft Dodgers, Havana Raftriders, and Spencer’s Super Team by a score of 7-2. In the end, it’s the giving, not the getting, right?

That’s all we got, kids. Play safe!

  1. Frank White says:
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    Sup Dan.. 10 team H2H 9 CAT… Would you hold onto Shawn Marion for long term our would you rather have Marvin Williams, Terrance Ross, James Johnson, Trevor Booker or Kendall Marshall?? It doesn’t matter the position, just the best guy for CAT lines

    • Dan A

      Dan A says:
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      @Frank White: I think you hold Marion, but he has been up and down, admittedly. I really like Ross from that list, then Marvin, then James Johnson. the others are too risky IMO.

      • Frank White says:
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        Thanks Man!!!

  2. Corey says:
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    Who should I drop and pick up? My weakest players are Middleton, mayo, Marvin Williams, ersan, and Jeremy lamb. Free agents are booker, dj augustin, Giannis, Terrence Ross, Kendall Marshall and Corey brewer . Thanks

  3. Dan A

    Dan A says:
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    Hmm. Mayo has been a disaster, I would drop him. Giannis or TRoss, I would say.

  4. Daniel Bryan says:
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    Hi, I’m in a 14-team Daily H2H 9-cat league. I need advice, please bear with me. :)

    I’m currently 6th in my league but I’m looking to shake up my team because I don’t think I stand a chance in the playoffs. Here is a breakdown:
    Best – PTS, AST, BLK
    Avg – REB, STL, FT%
    Worst – FG%, TO, 3PTM

    Team:
    S. Curry, J. Holiday, R. Rondo, K. Marshall
    K. Thompson, V. Oladipo
    J. Green, G. Antetokounmpo, T. Harris
    G. Davis, T. Gibson
    J. Noah, J. Henson

    I have 3 questions.
    1. Someone offered B. Jennings, B. Wright for K. Thompson, R. Rondo. Do I accept?
    2. Who here is droppable? I really want to stash Redick but I already have two injured players. I’m also reluctant to drop Henson.
    3. Most of my players are teammates. Is this a huge problem? (2 GS, 2 BOS, 3 ORL, 2 MIL, 2 CHI)

    • Dan A

      Dan A. says:
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      @Daniel Bryan: having multiple players from one team hurts you when that team is only playing 2-3 games that week, it puts you at a disadvantage. Of course, when you play 5 games, it helps. But the former happens more than latter.
      I would consider dropping reddick., and big baby and Taj are streaming valued, don’t value them too much.

      • Daniel Bryan says:
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        @Dan A.: Thanks for the reply man! Keep up the good work. Loyal reader here. :)

  5. yokev_o says:
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    Currently trying to tank 3′s + points and focusing on fg %, rebounds, assists, blocks, steals, and turnovers. I was wondering if kyle korver for gortat is a solid trade in regards to that aspect? I’m currently in second and traded lebron and howard in order to surround my team with non superstars and more bodies to rely on nightly. My team is currently very well rounded. Your thoughts?

    • Dan A

      Dan A. says:
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      @yokev_o: If 3′s and points you’re giving, gortat will get boards, the odd swat, but little to no steals.
      I’m a big fan of turning one line superstar into multiple assets. Alison spreads the risk iof injury.

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