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I always love when an off night (only 4 games yesterday) yields one of the best NBA games we’ve seen all year.  So many story lines, so many stars.  And more importantly – so much fantasy goodness!

I guess I shouldn’t have curtsied around it, but there’s no way Chris Paul doesn’t lead the NBA in assists this year.  I said in the first recap of the season he would average a bajillion assists and rack up double-digit dimes almost every game.  Score two for JB!  Averaging 12 a game equates to a bajillion, right?  John Stockton is deadpan staring me down right now. Creepy, Stockton!  Creepy… J.J. Redick will be a really underrated acquisition if the Clips indeed make a title run with how he helps space the floor with his movement and shooting, and while we all know Chris Paul is awesome, I’m already putting him as the #3 fantasy player right now, leapfrogging James Harden.

I lucked out getting last night’s only late game, making Yahoo highlights for the 137-118 Clippers win.  Pretty much everything played out like a video game.  Everyone was hitting 3s, the scoring was astronomical, the pace was like a Peyton Manning offense, and finished off with some late alleys for the icing on the cake.  Fantasy God #1 really got that L2 + Square alley working out by the end of the game; Fantasy God #2 just couldn’t quite time Harden’s 3-point shot release.  Wait, do they even need controllers?  We are the controllers!  Whoa, too much philosophizing.  Let’s just get this back on the rails and go over some of the news and notes from last night:

Chris Paul – Ridiculous.  Had 9 assists in the first quarter last night.  Actually had 9 not even 10 minutes into the game.  It helps the Clips had 34 points at that point too.  Man this game was bonkers.  And these teams play again on Saturday!  Ended with a 23/3/17 slash with two steals.  Making him the third best fantasy asset fits CP3 too!

James Harden – Was about the only guy to be cold in this game (save for Darren Collison shooting 2-10), going 6-16 and 0-7 from deep.  A paltry 15/2/5 line but at least only 2 TOs.  Paul just leap-frogged ya.

J.J. Redick – Had 15 points less than 10 minutes into the game.  Helps when Paul is finding ya!  8-15 (2-7 3PTM 8-8 FT) 26/3/3/2/1 without a single turnover for by far his best line as a Clip.  Fantasy God #1 had Reddick straight goin’!  Plus he’s 15-15 from the line so far this year.  I don’t expect big games like this often, but man, this Clippers team is churning out the fantasy goodness.

Dwight Howard – Boooooooooooo!  I did that for any readers checking out this piece in LA.  Feel free to audibly boo whilst reading – in fact – recommended.  That was hilarious last night.  As was Dwight playing I think only 6 minutes in the first half collecting 3 fouls.  Had his worst night as “Rocket Man” going 13/9 with a block and still tanking your FTs going 5-10.  Redick might not miss 5 FTs all year…

Omri Casspi – I felt like Maury Ballstein watching this game.  “Now that’s what I’m talking about!”  I bought the big preseason and felt he was a good fit as the 3/4 in the Rockets system to get a good amount of minutes and factor into deeper leagues.  Loving having the Israeli on my REL at $3.  19/9/4 with 2 steals and three treys, shooting 6-12 and 4-5 from the stripe. He just looked really good too, hit all three 3s in the first quarter, then started driving feeding off the momentum.  And I don’t think he’s just a regular ol’ ThrAGNOF.  The Rockets looked much better when Omer Asik wasn’t clogging down low with Dwight, and Casspi getting 25ish minutes for a while I totally buy.  Worth a look.

Greg Smith – Hilarious.  After playing less than 4 minutes in the first three games, got a stretch of 6+ minutes in the 2nd and finished out the game in junk time.  Why so funny?  Well I just cut him in REL and today was his going away present.  Thanks for the delay, Yahoo FAAB/Waiver processing!  6-6 going 12/7 in just over 11 minutes.  A per 48 line of 26-26 for 52 points and 30 boards!  Hah, just did that for fun.  I will say he looked good, but yeah, he’s like 4 injuries from being meaningful in most leagues.

Francisco Garcia – Continues to get minutes.  Despite being a multi-cat contributor back in the Kings days, he’s a straight up ThrAGNOF!

Jared Dudley – His best game as a Clip.  6-11 and 3-6 from deep.  Not to be denied, ThrAGNOF again!

DeAndre Jordan – Cooling off a little bit.  After 11 then 17 boards, down to 8 then 9, with only 8 and 11 points in the last two.  He’s fringe ownable in 10-teamers looking for the blocks, but still think when it’s all said and done his EOS numbers will look dandy.

Corey Brewer – I love him.  Chase Budinger is still a little while out, and Brewer actually led the Wolves in minutes last night.  So no worries about Derrick Williams cutting much into the minutes.  Brewer’s shot is still a little cold right now (5-12 0-4 3PTM) but went 13/3/1 with 6 mother f steals last night!  Straight G!  Eventually a few threes will fall and he’ll keep stealing like he’s one of the Ocean’s 11.

Ricky Rubio – Talk about a shot that’s cold – 0-7 last night.  4/1/5 with 5 steals in a brutal line.  But he’s still been good this year, with double-digit assists in his first 3 games, and at least 3 steals in every game.  Still happy I was high on him coming into the year.

Andrew Bynum – Played over 10 minutes!!!! Rejoice!  Throw a parade!  Philly fans throw your shoe!  Went a surprising elongated 18:40 and 2-6 10/4/1 with 3 blocks.  Only 2-6 from the field but 6-6 from the stripe.  I think if anyone got stuck with Bynum like I did in REL, they’re actually happy so far.

Anthony Bennett – This is getting plain ridiculous.  0-3 and now 0-15 on the season from the field.  Somebody tell him to stop modeling his shot after Mirza Teletovic!  Remember when Bennett was taken before Michael Carter-Williams in the draft?  Ok so they didn’t need another PG, but man, tough start.

Tristan Thompson – Never been particularly high on him, and maybe part of that was the (correctly called out) erroneous notion that the front court was too crowded, but led the Cavs in minutes going 12/11 but with 6 TOs and shot 5-13.  I think he’s a good athlete, just don’t know how much it develops into a strong fantasy game.

Jarrett Jack – 26 minutes and did contribute with 4 boards and 5 dimes, but shot 1-7 for 2 points. “Wahhhhhhh, I’m Jarrett Jack!”

C.J. Miles – Hot, hot, hot!  Or Cold?  Hot HOT HOT!  Or cold?  Thanks Ricky Martin!  And tonight it was hot, hot, hot, going 8-13 in 19 minutes for 19 points.

Jeff Green – The other game I watched last night, and Green (shocker) was easily the best player the Celtics had on the floor.  Good to see him getting a ton of run (41 minutes) and going 6-12 (9-12 FT) for 22/5/1 and a block.  From the broadcast, it sounded like he owned up to the benching from over the weekend and hopefully Stephens is ready to play him big time every game out.

Kelly Olynyk – Needs to spend 40 days in the desert after this woeful performance.  In 25 minutes, went 1-8 (and the 1 was a dumb luck set of deflections that got him a dunk) for a 4/4 line with 4 TOs.  He got a lot of shots late in this game too, which was presposteroni.  Droppable in virtually all leagues.

Jared Sullinger – Looked pretty good and got 21 minutes, shooting 7-11 for 16/5 but no other stats except 2-3 from deep.  Worth keeping an eye on in deep leagues.

Vitor Faverani – The flavor-ani of week 1 had another semi-clunker, going 5/6/0/1/1 in 28 minutes.  However did flash the perimeter game and swished a rainbow three with confidence early on.  If he can get 30 minutes a night and crash the boards like we saw in his first two games, a little bit of 3s action will be nice…  Pete Nice!  An owner might have already cut bait, I’d monitor his availability in deep 12-teamers and bigger.

Gerald Wallace – Didn’t take a shot, a FT attempt, or even a dribble (OK, not really), in a 0/3/3 line with 2 Stls and 3 TOs.  Yeah, I wanted none of that.

Marc Gasol – Still not living up to my, and honestly, anyone’s rank with a 14/8/2 line with no steals or blocks.  I will say the Grizzlies looked a lot better when Gasol was taking shots, and he went 6-10 from the floor.  The Grizzlies have not been playing well at 2-2, with the two wins being pretty ugly games they’ve had to come back in against the Pistons and lowly Celtics.  Expect a lot more rock in Gasol’s manos.

Jerryd Bayless – Caught fire in the 4th and the Grizzlies might not have won this game without it.  6-11 for 15 Pts with 13 of those coming in the 4th.  When he catches fire, he can have some nice games for you in the deepest leagues.

Andre Iguodala – Whewww-eee!  Did you see that pass?!  He was like the Magic Man – “Now you see me, now you don’t!”  Played unreal last night against his former 76ers, going 11-18 (7-11 3PTM) for 32/3/3/3/1.  I always liked him!  Errr, a-cough, a-cough.  Yeah still not the biggest Iggy fan for fantasy (love him in real life), but if he gets the proverbial NBA Jam voice in his ear telling him he’s on fire, look out.

Stephen Curry – I feel like maybe I buried the lead, maybe it just got a little buried with the huge Clips game, but Triple Double alert!  Scissor me timbers!  18/10/12 with 5 Steals.  I saw someone tweet it was the first triple-dub with 5 steals in under 30 minutes of action since 1987.  The Warriors rolling out the fantasy love!

Andrew Bogut – Not a scorer, but very usable 4/7/3/2/1 line.  What he do!

Klay Thompson – 5-12 15/3/2 and 2 Stls.  Sure, not bad, 4 threes is great too – still a glorified ThrAGNOF in my book.  Then again, it’s a short book.  More magazine-ish.

Michael Carter-Williams – It’s as if you’d expect him to flirt with a quadruple-double every night!  Brutal in this game, shooting a horrific 4-17 for a 18/6/4 slash with no steals and 6 TOs.  But despite all that and despite the lofty expectations he put on himself after that debut, you’ll take 18/6/4 lines (9-12 FT isn’t too bad) and the horrible FG% and TOs.  That’s what the outlook was entering the year and you’ll take it now.  And like it!

Evan Turner – Points decreasing in all 4 games, averaging 3.5 TOs per, just gets to take an exorbitant amount of shots.  I still don’t think he’s very good.  A sell high if anyone is interested in my opine.

Spencer Hawes – Everything was brutal for the Sixers.  1-6 for 5/8/3 in a step backwards.  Was a -41 on the court last night.  Sheesh.  He’s obviously declining too, but I think he’ll be fine.

Goran Dragic – Officially reported he’ll miss two games.  And that’s at the least.  Gerald Green should be a popular pickup and/or streamer this week after a hot start and minutes upside.

Next Games: I don’t have any games tomorrow, but throwing down the highlights of GSW @ MIN on Wednesday.  Should be a great one with the surprise 3-1 Wolves and the surging Warriors.  Good luck in your matchups this week!

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  1. Geoff says:
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    Vucevic and Iggy for Deron.
    Both sides addressing needs. Any losers??

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Geoff: I’d personally have Deron in a vacuum, but since addressing team needs, it would be good

  2. chillmodious says:
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    How you livin’ JB?

    This is the “bottom” of my roster right now:

    Mo Harkless
    Trevor Ariza
    Reggie Jackson
    Vitor Faverani

    Patrick Beverley and Trey Burke are available today, but I suspect they won’t be in a week (maybe two for Burke). I definitely need a little PG boost, as the only other PGs on my roster aside from Reggie Jackson are Conley, Teague, and Calderon. So, should I make a move here? I’m thinking of dropping Reggie for Beverley, but I also have trouble buying Ariza, and Faverani could be just another flash in the pan. What say you?

    Thanks!

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @chillmodious: Yeah I don’t fully buy Ariza either, but minutes and shots will be there so I’m holding in a few 12-teamers. I would do the Reggie for Beverley but try to get 1-2 more games outta Reggie first

  3. Steve Stevenson says:
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    Which 2 bench/stash Cs do you want: Kaman, Amare, S. Adams? H2H pts, bonus for dbl-dbls.

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Steve Stevenson: Probably Kaman and Amare. Don’t think Adams gets but maybe 1 double double

  4. Halp says:
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    What are your thoughts on Andrew Nicholson, ORL PF?

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Halp: I’m personally not huge on him. Dan in buy sell likes him a lot. Things get muddier too when Tobias Harris gets back from the ankle.

  5. Steve Stevenson says:
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    Give Duncan and B. Lopez, get Westbrook and M. Gasol? I am weakest at F so this doesn’t necessarily make sense (would probably need to swing another trade out of my G depth) but the guy with Westy and Gasol is shopping them for a F and I know he likes Duncan. It’s a weekly H2H pts league, and I’m a little worried about Duncan missing games/being limited. Also, the league playoffs track the NBA playoffs, so the fact that these guys are all on good teams gives them a value boost. Their point totals in our format last year: Westbrook–5906 (82 G), Duncan–4933.5 (69 G), Gasol–4767.5 (80 G), Lopez–3950.5 (74 G).

    Also looking to shop Lopez, either solo or in a package, for a mid-tier value C (Kanter? JV? Sanders?) plus a #2/3 F, but no luck so far and worried about competing with this guy for the F market.

    • AZ Ramirez says:
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      @Steve Stevenson: If this offer is actually on the table you have to make it happen today. It’d be really easy to flip Gasol for something else while he still has name and round value. If you’re looking for a buy low guy look at Al Jefferson if he qualifies at F in your league or Ersan or Tobias Harris if you don’t mind rostering them while they work their way back up to speed.

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Steve Stevenson: Agree that’s a take as soon as you can hit the button. If for some reason that first trade has fallen through, I’d target a buy low on JV and a good forward.

  6. pavel says:
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    What does thragnof stand for?

    • Drez1 says:
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      @pavel:

      Lol, I’ve been wondering that too.

    • Steve Stevenson says:
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      @pavel: Threes Ain’t Got No Face! (For the interchangeable 3PT specialists that only really help you in that one cat)

  7. Slim

    Slim says:
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    I noticed something in the Houston-LA Clippers game. From what I saw, Jeremy Lin has no chance of retaining the starting PG job when Patrick Beverley returns. It comes down to Jeremy Lin can’t keep anyone in front of him. He gambles a lot so his steals look good in fantasy but in real life his gambling causes massive breakdowns in the defense and easy scores for the opposition. If I owned Lin, I don’t, and Beverley was available, he’s not, I would drop Lin for Beverley and feel like it’s a safe move. Word.

    • geral123 says:
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      @Slim: did u watch the same game as me bro
      paul went for 40+ against curry and lin did a good job on d… kept him to single digits at the half. “Jeremy Lin can’t keep anyone in front of him” man calderon went 0-6 against lin. the garbage jazz PGs couldnt do anything against him. he aint patrick beveley on D but he aint bad…

    • Steve Stevenson says:
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      @Slim: Rockets fan here, and I agree with you. The Lin drop depends on league size, as I think he’ll have decent value as a 6th man, but Beverley is a great fit with that team. Plus, he’s a good rebounder for a G, which I always love because it gives you flexibility elsewhere.

    • chillmodious says:
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      Good day, Slim!

      I really appreciated your response to one of my comments a few days ago, BTW. Great insight.

      Your comment here is completely germane to my question (to JB) above, so I’m re-posting it here for you. Woo–lucky you! I keed, I keed. Here goes:

      “How you livin’ JB?

      This is the “bottom” of my roster right now:

      Mo Harkless
      Trevor Ariza
      Reggie Jackson
      Vitor Faverani

      Patrick Beverley and Trey Burke are available today, but I suspect they won’t be in a week (maybe two for Burke). I definitely need a little PG boost, as the only other PGs on my roster aside from Reggie Jackson are Conley, Teague, and Calderon. So, should I make a move here? I’m thinking of dropping Reggie for Beverley, but I also have trouble buying Ariza, and Faverani could be just another flash in the pan. What say you?”

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      Not sure if you’ll see this, Slim, but advance thanks if you do and choose to reply.

      • Steve Stevenson says:
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        @chillmodious: I’m no Slim, but FWIW, I’ve done the tango with Ariza many times over the years, the first time after seeing him fly all over the court in person as a rookie with the Knicks. He’ll get you steals, but is otherwise maddening to own. This current production will not keep up and he’ll be back on the wire in 2 weeks. And if your leaguemates have been playing a couple years, chances are they’ve owned him too and won’t give you anything in trade. Which is a long-winded way of saying I’d drop Ariza for Beverley now, and would consider Jackson for Burke as well.

      • Slim

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        @Steve Stevenson: @chillmodious: I could not have said it any better than Steve. Ariza seems to have own-able stretches every year and since the Wizards claim they want to win now I think his leash is short. I agree with Beverley for Ariza but my love for Beverley is well documented and highly disputed. The only problem I foresee is 5 PGs may hurt your rebounding too much. It’s a give or take that depends on your team and your weekly opponent. In other words, I like Burke over Reggie eventually but missing out is probably not going to hurt you especially considering the wait.

    • JB Gilpin

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      @Slim: I’m going to be moderator and say I thought Lin looked decent. Beverley certainly has more upside. Needs to get healthy first though. I don’t think I’d drop Lin for him, I’d need to see Beverley back on the court first. Gun to my head which has better ROS value, might risk saying Beverley.

      • Slim

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        @JB Gilpin: Perhaps I should be careful with the hyperbole. I should be mentioning when I watch Lin I find myself constantly comparing him to Beverley. It’s not that I dislike Lin as a player, it’s just when I compare him to Beverley I feel like the difference is the difference between Houston winning and losing. I know Lin will get minutes alongside Beverley and be somewhat valuable to own. I’ll be more careful.

        • JB Gilpin

          JB Gilpin says:
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          @Slim: Haha you’re good man! I think if PBev hadn’t got hurt and played only at like 70% of his potential you’re love for him would be praised like a deity speaking to us from the sky!

  8. Alex says:
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    Hey JB,

    I desperately need blocks and rebounds. Do you think its fair to trade Jeremy Lin to a guy (who desperately needs assists) for Tyson Chandler. Or is the uncertainty about his minutes a deal breaker?…Thanks!

    Alex

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Alex: I think that’s a good move as it fits your needs and Lin may indeed lose that starting job when PBev is back

  9. John says:
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    Good day. Do you think Kevin Martin is for real now in T’wolves, I know he’s really tremendous shooter. But I’m little worried bout his health especially the Achilles. Can it hold on? I badly needed consistent 3PM, who can you suggest besides Korver? Someone dropped Danny Green in my leauge, he is a little bit off right now.

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      @John: Rick Adelman has always known how to get the best out of Kevin Martin, I think the shot attempts and 3s are for real and he’s never going to have to create shots with Love drawing attention and Rubio dancing around. His game is low impact now but he still gets to the line a ton because of the sick pump fake…..Get Danny Green if you have anyone worth dropping, solid Martin handcuff/compliment.

    • JB Gilpin

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      @John: Yeah Danny Green might only pay off down the road, but he’s worth keeping on your radar. Don’t know if he’s must own in even shallower 12-teamers. Dude I really liked what I saw from Omri Casspi last night – and liked him heading into the year. Hit threes but was able to do other things and he’s available in a lot of leagues

  10. Zandy says:
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    Drop demar derozan for korver? 8 cat league

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Zandy: I personally wouldn’t but I’m a little biased for DeRozan and not a big Korver fan (for fantasy). If H2H I wouldn’t, roto I would think about it more.

  11. Wishing I was Golden says:
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    Currently have the #4 waiver spot, and George Hill and Tobias Harris were both just dropped. Should I burn my waiver spot one one, and who should I drop? Team is going to be light on rebounds and blocks, but should be strong in everything else.

    My team (10 team yahoo league w/ 9 cat scoring)
    PG: Jrue Holiday
    SG: James Harden
    G: Ty Lawson
    SF: Klay Thompson
    PF: Dirk Nowitzki
    F: LaMarcus Aldridge
    C: Jonas Valanciunas and Chris Bosh
    UTL: Carlos Boozer, Brandon Jennings
    Bench: Andrew Bynum, Gerald Henderson, Eric Gordon, Jose Calderon

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Wishing I was Golden: Yeah I’d lose Bynum for HIll in a heartbeat. I’d hold on Harris for now though. I wouldn’t want that dead spot on my roster the next 3ish weeks. I know losing Bynum doesn’t help your boards and blocks, but I think you make some of that back up as JV gets more love.

  12. Brent

    The Fantasy Dick says:
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    I still haven’t been able to bring myself to drop Tobias Harris, but I have no forward on the bench to take his place. Its a roto league, so not as urgent, but i see guys like: Channing Frye, Omar Casspi, McRoberts on waivers. Would you make a move for one of those guys? Or hold harris and hope?

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @The Fantasy Dick: Right now, hold and hope, want to see what Casspi does tonight. Another 25+ minutes and I’d probably grab him

      • Brent

        The Fantasy Dick says:
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        @JB Gilpin: did Casspi do enough to impress?

        • JB Gilpin

          JB Gilpin says:
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          @The Fantasy Dick: Yessir! The lead in today’s article

  13. Aj says:
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    Better pick up jarret jack, Andrew Nicholson or Ginobili? Thanks

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Aj: I’d probably go Ginobili

  14. Luis says:
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    I need assists pretty badly. This is my squad:

    Jrue
    P. Gerorge
    P. Burks
    Isaiah Thomas
    A. Davis
    Hawes
    Faverani
    Ibaka
    Oladipo
    Henson
    Beverley
    Gallinari
    Chandler

    Do you think I should drop either Chandler or Gallo for either: Wolters, S.Blake or Farmar?

    Im in 4th despite struggling in assists and A/TO ratio. Suggestions?

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Luis: Yea I’d drop Galo and stream assists as they come. Probably Wolters for tomorrow with Knight probably out, then go from there

  15. Zandy says:
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    whos your starting SG in 8 cat H2H – derozan, korver, redick?

    Are you dropping felton, jameer, tristan for any of them?

    Thanks!

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Zandy: I might do TT for Redick. Not a huge TT fan and Redick looks a great fit for the Clips

  16. Schmohawks Bob says:
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    Start Beverley or wait a game to see how he looks?

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Schmohawks Bob: If you have the open spot, I’d play him. Lillard isn’t really known for defense

      • Schmohawks Bob says:
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        @JB Gilpin: Thanks JB. I’m primarily a baseball guy so I just don’t know things like that.

        • JB Gilpin

          JB Gilpin says:
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          @Schmohawks Bob: No prob! I was a baseball guy first as well, but hoops really grew on me a while back.

  17. Jon says:
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    Big fan of your blog, keep up the good work man!

    this is my squad:

    Chris paul
    Mike conley
    Jeff teague
    Jeff green
    Kyle korver
    Danny green
    Gordon Hayward
    Derrick favors
    Javale McGee
    Kevin love (most ppl in my league are victims from last year, so i got him in 2nd round LUCkY!)
    Larry sanders
    Reggie jackson
    Lance stephenson

    i’m doing pretty well in most cats… but thanks to sanders and mcgee, my REB,BLK and FG% is horrible,
    1. do you think it’s a good idea to trade Teague for Cousins?
    2. my next move is to wait Mcgee for few games, if he stays shitty like this i would drop him for Sammy D
    3. drop Reggie for Beverley

    What are your suggestions?

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @Jon: Thanks man! 1. Given you need the big man stats, yeah I’m good with that one. 2. Probably keeping McGee even if he’s still not producing, and hope it comes together. 3. Want to see how PBev does all the way through tonight, but probably

  18. draco21 says:
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    H2H 14 team.

    PG: Curry(SG), Conley, Bledsoe (SG), IT2, RJax
    SG: Burks, Waiters
    SF: Henderson (SG), Caroll (PF)
    PF: Nowtizki, Millsap
    C: Favors (PF), Valanciunas, Henson (PF)

    Trade Conley for Batum?

    • JB Gilpin

      JB Gilpin says:
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      @draco21: Yeah I would, even as not a big Batum guy as many.

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