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I’ve got a little story to tell you today.  I think I’ll call it a parable.  Here it goes…  A few days ago I was at the gas station and I was approached by a guy who claimed he couldn’t afford gas to get home.  If you have ever seen a meth addict in their 20′s it isn’t a pretty sight.  He was packing something into his cigarette and I didn’t stop to question what it was.  Was I a little disgusted, sure.  Would I be enabling him if I helped him with a couple of bucks for gas? Probably.  In the end I walked inside and payed $5 for him to have some gas.  He was incredibly grateful and I felt pretty good that I could help.  In the end sure I lost a couple of bucks but I was able to offer assistance and for me that was more important at that time.  This is how I see most fantasy teams.  Most managers see how many points a player is scoring and feel like they can’t be without it.  Meanwhile they regularly lose the assist category.  If we could all be a little less of a meth addict, I mean a points addict, and gain a few assists we usually find that we will win more categories, more frequently.

The problem then arises of where to find those assists.  To be Frank, Gallagher, finding those assists isn’t easy.  It’s a category dominated by top tier players that you aren’t going to find on your list of free agents.  With a few constructive add/drops the assist category can be quickly swung in your favor.  To some the curse word to describe this strategy is ‘streaming’.  Dun dun dunnnn! For those of you playing in the new Yahoo Pro-$100 and Pro-$20 leagues the strategy of streaming will take you to the playoffs and more often than not into the money.  Here are a few players I believe, if utilized correctly, can help ease your concerns about the assist category.

Disclaimer: This strategy is for H2H purposes only.  Please use responsibly.

Dennis Schroder PG-Atl (2% owned) Hailing from Germany, standing 6’2″, weighing in at a robust 168 lbs, Dennis ‘The Nuisance’ Schroder.  Something doesn’t sound quite right there.  In dynasty leagues Schroder was drafted and will be a big piece of that manager’s future.  In redraft however he’s out there on the free agent list putting up 4.3 assists per game in only 19 minutes.  He has a defined role on the team and he looks like the future PG in Atlanta.  I know Jeff Teague is young and playing well.  But this is the Hawks we’re talking about and they are perennially rebuilding.  What Schroder does well is what coaches look for out of an assist first PG.  His ability to create a shot for others off his dribble and dare I say, pinkie to mouth, menacing defense has people comparing his game to that of Rajon Rando.  Obviously he’s nowhere near that yet, but unlike Rondo there are other things Schroder does well.  Most blatantly is that Schroder is already a capable spot up shooter from 3 point range.  Finally, onto the reason your reading this, what can we expect from Schroder right now?  I’m going to go out on a limb and say he gets more minutes, closer to 24 per game.  In 24 minutes I think he can average .420/.780/0.7/10.0/3.0/4.5/1.0/0.1/2.0.  I don’t doubt you’re unimpressed.  Remember the purpose of this exercise is to play him for a few days in a row, maybe 3 times in 4 days when the schedule allows and move on.  Note: If there is an injury or trade of Jeff Teague then Schroder would immediately be worth owning in any size league.

Steve Blake PG-LaL (5% owned) 4.4 Assists in 29 minutes. Blake has started every game and has always been a good bet for 4-5 assists per game.  The addition of 2.0 3PTM and 0.8 Steals is not far off his per 30 minute career average.  Does he continue to get 30 minutes?  Probably not, after all he plays for D’Antoni.  As long as he is getting those minutes I don’t think you will find a better 2 to 3 game option for assists on your free agent list.

J.J. Barea PG-Min (4% owned) 3.3 Assists in 20 min. Barea has always helped with scoring off the bench and he can do the same for your fantasy team.  9.0 points, 1.0 3PTM are reasonable nightly expectations.  His current 1.0 steals is high and 0.5 steals is closer to his career average.

Norris Cole PG-Mia (4% owned) 3.0 Assists in 22 minutes.  Cole is currently adding 8.4 points, 0.8 3PTM, and 0.8 Steals to his assists.  While his FG% is far higher than his career average I think his other numbers are reasonable expectations.

Mike Miller SG/SF-Mem (3% owned) 2.8 Assists in 24 minutes. Miller is helping other areas with 1.3 3PTM, 7.0 points.  The benefit here is getting assists from a forward.  I doubt he stays healthy so 24 minutes per game feels like all he’s got left in the tank.

Shaun Livingston PG/SG-Brk (1% owned) 3.5 Assists in 20 minutes. Livingston doesn’t offer much else but the assists and doesn’t shoot 3′s at all.  He can however block the occasional shot which is a category that is usually closely contested.

  1. Jesse says:
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    Would you give up afflalo for Oladipo?

    • Slim

      Slim says:
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      @Jesse: Absolutely. This is a perfect example of a buy low, sell high scenario. Afflalo is playing the same amount of minutes and outplaying last years numbers in nearly every category, I don’t buy it. Afflalo will always be a low steals and blocks wing player which is tough to have on your roster because they tend not to help a whole lot in rebounds and assists already. I started to talk about Oladipos stats but you don’t need that. He’s a special kind of player and the future in Orlando. He will start and see 32+ minutes this year and be superior in nearly every way to Afflalo. When that happens he will put up Tyreke Evans type rookie year numbers. Or so I believe…

  2. Zandy says:
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    Is it time to give up on Faverani?

    Here’s my lineup:

    PG: M. Conley
    G: Kemba Walker
    SG: Demar Derozan
    SF: Durant
    F: Z-Bo
    PF: Aldridge
    C: Brook Lopez
    UTIL: Tristan Thompson
    B: Beverley
    B: Felton
    B: Miles plumlee
    B: Faverani

    If I do cut my losses on Fav, who is worth picking up? Available are:

    MKG, Korver, Corey brewer, Reggie Jackson, Casspi, reddick, MWP, chalmers, Nelson, Wilson Chandler, Mclemore, Splitter or dare I even say Markieff Morris? League is H2H, 8 cat. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks!

    • Slim

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      @Zandy: Those are high very end free agents but I notice there does not appear to be many blocks available. You look solid in assists and rebounds. Scoring has to be near or at the top. 3′s could use a boost. OK… my opinion would be to wait a few days and see how it plays out in Boston. Blocks are too valuable. If you miss 1,2 or 5 free agents someone really good will still be there. If Faverani doesn’t get 25+ minutes in each of the next 2 games then yes the ride is over and we want to get off before… I’m not sure Tristan is a starter here. More rebounds without blocks isn’t what you should need week to week. As for the FAs… Korver would help more than DeRozan I believe.

      • Zandy says:
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        @Slim: thanks slim! Appreciate the insight. Would you drop Tristan or just saying he’s not a starter? If so, for whom?. Based on matchup in the h2h I started him this week. Next week i will be starting Beverly to match up.

        • Slim

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          @Zandy: Just not a regular starter. Since we are already waiting to see what happens in Boston we could have an open roster spot in a few days anyway. In all seriousness those free agents would make a competitive team on their own.

          • Zandy says:
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            @Slim: I know! Haha I’ve sent a thousand two for one trade offers but no bites!

  3. Jay says:
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    I have a really fluid roster….waiting for Danny Greenn, GErald henderson and George Hill to contribute. First two showing some signs. not looking to drop any of the three but having them casued me to stream more often. currently I have nicholson and Alec burks rostered, but thinking I might need to switch out.

    I made the mistake of keeping Nicholson over Ariza. He is still available but on waivers and unfortunately you can’t claim a guy you dropped. If he passes through i could wait and pick him up. others available Martell Webster, Crowder, Shumpert or Gerald Green. I have two moves left for the week.

    Hold Nicholson and Burks or replaced one, both with the options listed. flexible on position but outside of nicholsn I only have hortford at the PF position.

    • Slim

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      @Jay: Down a little bit is the post for you Jay. I’m still learning.

  4. Geoff says:
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    If I am trading my Vucevic for Deron Williams, I am getting too cute with buy-low sell high?
    It’s a fit for both of our teams.
    I have Dwight Drummond Griffin BLopez already
    He has CP3 and Harden but spent all money on those 3.

    Thanks!

    • Slim

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      @Geoff: It’s not bad but it’s got plenty of risk. Assuming DWill plays 36 minutes a night he’s still a low end steals guy. If you can handle that AND you are willing to take the injury risk then Yes that trade sounds good with all that center depth. I want to write more but I think I covered it all… Punting FTs huh? Working out so far?

      • Geoff says:
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        @Slim: Dealing with injuries week 1, but snuck by 5-4

        G: Teague
        G: Jennings
        G: CJ Miles
        F: Iggy
        F: Griffin
        F: Drummond
        C: Lopez
        C: Howard
        Util: Vucavic
        Util: Ryan Anderson

        Bn: Rondo
        Bn: Tobias

        • Slim

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          @Geoff: Nice. Iggy and Rondo too. Your team is gonna be scary once you get healthy. Maybe a little short on 3′s. Hurry back Ryan Anderson.

  5. SteveV says:
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    Drop Andrew Bynum for Ryan Anderson?

    • Slim

      Slim says:
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      @SteveV: No problem with that at all. League size and settings don’t matter much either. Andrew Bynum will not be fun to own at all.

  6. Slim

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    That would have been a big game for Nicholson last time out if his shot was falling. Probably would have gotten more minutes too. My love of Alec Burks is only barely overcoming my hate of Richard Jefferson right now. I’m gonna call this a very active 12 team league or 14 teamer and neither player makes it through waivers. If I was streaming one of those it would be Green. Even if Dragic returns there is no way Green hasn’t stolen some minutes from Tucker. Shumpert might equal his minutes and if I needed steals more I would go that route. They both go Fri/Sun. Nicholson/Burks go Fri/Sat. This decision can wait till Saturday night when you see what you need for Sunday and what happens with Nicholson/Burks. If those are the best free agents then Ariza isn’t going to make it through waivers. If he does. He’s greater than Burks right now. Later… I highly doubt.

    • Slim

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      @Slim: Jay. This one here.

  7. Jesse says:
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    What is the upside for Patrick Beverly? I don’t see it

    • Slim

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      @Jesse: “P-Bev has shown plus rebounding and shot blocking for a guard to go along with better than average Steals and 3 PTM… Would you like a projection based on 30 minutes per game? How about .430/.800/1.5/14.0/5.0/5.0/2.0/0.7/2.0. Those numbers are conservative, I would not be surprised if he outperforms in every single one of those categories.” and that’s me quoting me. The previous statement is a registered trademark of Grey Albright inc.

  8. forwhomthejoiquebelltolls says:
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    I have Bynum. 8 team league. Should I drop him already? Farried is on waivers

    • Slim

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      @forwhomthejoiquebelltolls: I’d hold on to Plumlee. He’s probably a match-up play in an 8 team league though. As in vs guys that will push Frye around too easily. Farried has some upside and I would take him over Bynum for sure. I’m pretty sure Bynum stays on the free agent list too.

      • forwhomthejoiquebelltolls says:
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        @Slim: Good call plumlee went off last night as you’re well aware of I’m sure. Here’s to hoping the Manimal will be unleashed soon

  9. bob wetlands says:
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    Was just offered this trade —
    I give Ricky Rubio
    I get Raymond Felton & Michael Carter-Williams

    I am in an ESPN total points league with 12 teams.
    Thoughts?

    • Pavel says:
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      @bob wetlands: I actually like this trade. I’m not as high on Rubio as others. I think felton can have a few good games left and mcw is ballin out on a young 76ers roster.

    • Slim

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      @bob wetlands: I’m not in love with the trade but if your not penalized by MC-dubs FG% then I think the side your getting is the winner.

  10. Jameel says:
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    What’s up bro? I read your blog the day of my drafts and now I’m here asking questions. What do you think of Al Jefferson with the health issues? I know its a long season, but I just wanted your expert opinion on it. Get back to me if you can

    • Slim

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      @Jameel: Welcome back, I hope I helped your draft and maybe gave a few laughs along the way. I don’t think you can do much more than wait it out. If you tried to sell him you would probably only get offered pennies on the dollar. I think when he does come back he’s going to be his usual self so I can’t recommend selling. I know it’s the unknown time frame that’s killing you. But that also means it will be a pleasant surprise when he does return.

  11. Harvey says:
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    Hey Slim.

    I feel like a moron, either for drafting Marc Gasol in the second round, or because I now am thinking about dropping him for Spencer Hawes…? I was never really into Gasol but He was so high on everyone else’s draft boards that I went with him. I have Dwight Howard, David Lee, and Andre Drummond.

    I also am thinking about dropping Thad Young for Ariza. I bought into the Thad hype in all the pre-draft articles but I am not seeing how it is going to live up to those expectations…?

    • Slim

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      @Harvey: Marc Gasol was a very popular pick because he played so well after Rudy Gay was sent packing last year. His numbers aren’t that far off. a couple boards and a block. Hawes is playing out of his mind but I’d still take Gasol for the season. Granted Hawes should absolutely be owned and I’d take him over Thaddeus Young and Ariza. I’m guessing you want to just swap out SFs but If you can get away without Young or Ariza and take Hawes, I think that’s the best move.

  12. Zandy says:
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    Slim – so I came up with an idea… I’m in a very shallow 8 cat h2h league
    What if I punt Rebs and blocks and start this squad
    Conley, Redick, Kemba, Durant, korver, melo, Ryan Anderson, Beverly

    I’d win assists, steals, 3s, pts and ft% easily every week. I could even win fg%
    Thoughts? If I did this I’d trade Kemba for Teague or batum to really lock it down

    • Slim

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      @Zandy: The only problem I tend to have with punting categories is that the team tends not to get enough categorical wins to get that incredibly valuable 1st round bye. But I can’t argue with the strategy or your analysis of it. Without Reb or Blocks I think Kemba and Teague might be more valuable than Batum. Steals is the category that I think is the weakest of the 5 and the hardest to predict game to game. I think Teague over Kemba to help with the assists which is the next weakest. But be sure this is what you want. There’s no turning back.

      • Zandy says:
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        @Slim: I like this idea… I guess my question is now – do you think my current roster is good enough to win it all potentially anyways? If not then may as well make these moves now while most of these guys are available through trades or on the wire…
        Conley
        Korver
        Kemba
        Durant
        Aldridge
        ZBo
        Brook Lopez
        Beverly
        Bn – plumlee Felton faverini tristan

        • Slim

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          @Zandy: I think you can. I know Brook Lopez and his 6 boards per game is very frustrating but I like ZBo and Aldridge to help make up for it. I see you added Korver for DeRozan which I really like for your team. Your bench bigs are solid enough to make up for an injury to a big also. I like this team better and I think you have great match-up guys depending on your opponent.

  13. MC says:
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    I Just accepted a trade of Michael Carter-Williams for Monte Ellis. Im getting Ellis, who u think offers more upside?

    • MC says:
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      @MC: H2H points, Turnovers and DD count..Thanks

    • Pavel says:
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      @MC: I think ellis will be better. We know what ellis brings to the table. While he will have some off-nights, I think that MCW is a perfect sell-high guy.

    • Slim

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      @MC: Pretty even. Turnovers will be comparable. MCW should get more double doubles. When things go bad for MCW I think it could get real bad. I’d take Ellis. I agree with Pavel in that MCW is the quintessential sell high guy.

  14. Pavel says:
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    slim, it’s pretty clear my team is not able to compete in the rebounds department. So, I’m thinking of giving up the charade and focus on small ball cats only. What kind of moves would be righteous:
    Deep , 14 teamer (h2h, standard cats)

    PG: J. Wall, Reggie Jackson, Patrick Beverly
    SG: Arron Aflalo, Waiters, Gerald Green
    SF: Kevin Durant, Metta World Peace
    PF: Ibaka, Henson
    C: Gortat, Mcgee, R. Lopez

    • Slim

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      @Pavel: I don’t think it’s time to give up on boards yet. A high upside guy like Henson could eventually turn the tide in your favor. RoLo is getting good minutes. McGees minutes are climbing. Metta should be ok with Tyson Chandler out. Someone has to get defensive rebounds and it isn’t going to be Bargnani. I would just match-up with your opponent each week and take whatever you can . If his rebounds can’t be beat then I would bench Gortat, Henson, Lopez and just try to win blocks and small ball stats.

  15. John says:
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    in a 12 team league (H2H, 9 cat). I know it’s early, but I’m sitting at dead last place right now and probably gonna lose this week. any suggestions on possible trades or adds?

    Irving, Knight, G. Hill, Beverley, Beal, J. Butler, MKG, Sanders, McGee, Burks, Barnes, Ibaka, Josh Smith

    • Slim

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      @John: Injuries and champagne bottles have been your biggest foes. Beverley, Knight, Hill, Sanders, McGee have given very little but I think they are gonna be OK. Who to add is tough because who’s available varies so greatly from league to league. I tend to try to have 4 PGs and 4 Centers. I think another big could make a huge difference in rebounding and FG%. Not sure if that’s Harrison or Matt Barnes but both would be the guy I’d look to drop.

      • John says:
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        @Slim: thanks man, appreciate the insight! and it’s Harrison Barnes. My friend is offering Omer Asik for him, but I don’t know if I should take it.

        as for the Centers I’m thinking about adding: Blair, Udoh, McRoberts, Dalembert, Faverani, Gibson, Frye, Patterson, and J. Hill

        so take the trade or add one of these guys?

        • Slim

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          @John: I’m not buying Asik unless Howard goes down. Harrison Barnes has a bunch of competition for playing time. I don’t think either are 12 team worthy right now. Looks like Faverani isn’t going to get the playing time. Definitely the best on that list with equal playing time. For now I’d take Frye over Barnes. 30 min out of Frye, in a win no less, is worth the gamble for more. If you don’t mind streaming a bit I think that will help more than Frye and it’s not like Frye helps Boards or FG% much anyway.

  16. John says:
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    I just made a couple of big moves. I traded my Kevin Love for Anthony Davis, and Monta-Parsons for Wade-Kevin Martin. I know Martin’s number is unsustainable but he is the starting SG for T’Wolves, I just hope his achilles will hold up. For D-Wade, I probably ship him off while he’s hot. What do you think? I’m very down in blocks, TOs, and 3PM. Did my move help me on these cats? I hope. Thanks.

    • Slim

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      @John: Yeah I agreed with the 1st move and I liked the trade when Kawhi was in it. It’s still just fine since if I remember correctly this is a Roto team that’s waiting on a few injured players. Minny looks like a really good fit for Kevin Martin and with the increased minutes he could possibly return numbers similar to his days in Sacramento. He also only missed 5 games last year which was a really nice sign and probably the reason Minny traded for him. I think you did good.

      • John says:
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        @Slim: Yep, this is a Roto team waiting for injured players. Thanks for the great insights.

  17. Fahed says:
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    http://games.espn.go.com/fba/clubhouse?leagueId=4815&teamId=1&seasonId=2014

    My team above, also I traded away Lawson for Hayward…not sure if I did the right thing.

    Should I make room for Butler who is the on waiver wires as we speak. So is Marion, Plumlee, Asik, Vasquez, Morris.

    Any suggestions on improving my team. I just don’t know who I can or should drop.

    • Slim

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      @Fahed: Thanks for the link. Incredibly helpful. Jimmy Butler is a must own and I believe capable of leading the league in steals. I think you have plenty of 3s and Redick really doesn’t do a whole lot else. That’s the move I would do. Other than that your team looks really solid. I have trouble getting excited about Lance Stephenson, where’s the steals? I don’t think he’s a 54% shooter of 3′s either. Marion vs Stephenson would be an interesting case study. It’s probably need based and I think you could make a good argument for either.

      • Fahed says:
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        @Slim:

        Hey man thanks for the great advice, I was think about dropping JJ for butler, I’m going to hold on to Lance. I really appreciate your input and hope you continued success on this blog.

        I have been recommended your site on Reddit and chance I get. I absolutely love it here and how you guys always manage to inform us and make me laugh!

        • Slim

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          @Fahed: You have no idea how much I enjoy reading that. To have my thoughts read and appreciated is an amazing feeling. JB Gilpin deserves the vast majority of the credit. I can’t even fathom the amount time he puts in.

  18. Li says:
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    Im stuck with a large number of big men and there are some tempting names out on the wire:
    I currently own Miles Plumless, his teammate Markeef Morris, Tristan Thimpson and the slow starting KG…(I had just recently added Morris as he has been red hot)…..
    Tobias Harris, and Trey Burke, and Patrick Beverly are available on the wire. I’m leaning toward Tobias (as I am chock full of PG: Wall, Brandon Knight, Kemba Walker and Isiah Thomas) .. Long story short any ideas who I should drop? and For whom?
    Granted, Harris still may be a couole weeks away and same for Trey Burke, but i like both. Who do you guys thing will be more consistent in the Phx. frontcourt? Any advice would be greatlybappreciatd.
    P.S. Despite multiple attempts, no one is biting on Garnett trades I’ve been dangling…
    -illadelphia

    • Slim

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      @Li: There is little doubt in my mind KG will disappoint this year. I expect him to get the old guy treatment. Days off, benched in blowouts, etc. If you can handle the wait on Tobias I’d take him over Garnett. You do have some nice PGs, however I would take Beverley over Knight in a heartbeat. There may not be a bigger Beverley supporter out there than me and I think he finishes the year as a top 50 player. As for Phx. I’d hold Plumlee for sure, he looks good. I’d keep Markieff Morris and see how that plays out. To me Tristan is kind of a mediocre fantasy player. Pts, Reb and not much else. I do really like Trey Burke but the missed time is going to really hurt his growth this year. I feel confident ranking Beverley higher.

  19. John says:
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    What do you think of Patrick Beverly? Will he be the starting PG for rockets or it depends on his and Lin’s performance night in and night out? Is Calderon worth as 2nd or 3rd string PG? I do like his 3PM and low turnover. I still have Al Jeff, Ilyasova and Tobias Harris. I don’t know when will they start playing but I want to hold to them for now. Any news for Omer Asik changing his address? Thanks.

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      @John: I’ve written 3 posts and highlighted Beverley twice. I think he’s a top 50 fantasy player. The competition was over when Beverley was named the opening game starter over Lin a few days before the season started. I would put the odds of Lin taking the starting job back from a healthy Beverley at no better than 100/1. I think last night will be what to expect going forward. Beverley gets 10 more minutes per game than Lin. Beverley beats Lin in 8 out of 9 fantasy categories on average. Beverley isn’t a high end assist guy but the other 8 categories are on the very high end for PGs. Calderon is just fine as the last PG on your team. He’s always been a good assist guy but not a whole lot else. It doesn’t matter how good you shoot FTs if your only shooting 1 per game. I agree though, the career high 3 pt attempts is really nice to see. I’d hold those 3 too. Tobias will probably be the last to return and if I had to drop 1 it’s probably him. I don’t think Asik gets traded. Houston is trying to win now and it wouldn’t make sense to me for them to trade away their depth.

      • John says:
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        @Slim: Thanks. I’m playing ROTO 9 Cat league on a weekly basis. I need some help in FG%, rebs, and blocks. I got two options for third week: Jonas Valanciunas and Al Jefferson. Both of them will play 4 games. I think Jonas will see increase in minutes because the opponents (Hou, Mem, Chi, Por) will play big lineups (except Por) but he’ll see tough matchups. For the case of Big Al, he has weaker matchups (Atl, Bos, Cle, Mia) but his ankle is still a concern and missing 3-4 games for this week will be huge for me. Your thoughts?

        • Slim

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          @John: I’d go ahead and play Jonas. Who knows what Jefferson will give this week. It isn’t worth the risk.

  20. John says:
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    Is Steve Blake worth picking up?

    • Slim

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      @John: Blake is a decent for the last guy on your team. The 3′s, Assists, Steals are solid. He can score a couple of points. Won’t hurt you too badly in turnovers. Yeah I see nothing wrong with running Blake out there.

  21. John says:
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    9 Cat Roto in a weekly basis. Lillard for Wade + Beverly, who wins?

  22. John says:
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    9 Cat Roto on a weekly basis. I’m at the bottom of FG, turns and blocks. Well, since Al Jeff is back, I’m hoping he can address 2 of my 3 problems. But since he has a bum ankle, I’m thinking of sending him off together with either Ilyasova or Tobias Harris for Lillard. Once I got Lillard, I’m sending Westbrook or Wade off to a shot blocker. Am I giving up too early for Westbrook? I don’t think his % and turns will go down. Your thoughts?

    my other options will be:
    b. Wade + Al Jeff for Bosh + Lillard
    c. Westbrook + Al Jeff for Bosh + Lillard
    d. Westbrook/Wade for Lillard

    Thanks a lot.

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