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Making a trade in fantasy basketball can be a daunting task.  We all want something for nothing but that’s only a reasonable expectation if we want a month-old fruit cake leftover from Christmas or an STD.  But unfortunately for us, neither can blocks shots; they both do however require one.   For me there is a psuedoscientific method to follow when formulating a trade.  A simple step-by-step process that when followed should accomplish two things.  Firstly, the process helps us determine a player’s value in the eyes of our trade partner.  This is crucially important for the second part, to help prevent us from selling our players for less than they’re worth.  Here before you today I present my ‘get rich quick‘ guide to trading.  Fantasy basketball players I mean, not STDs.  Because that’s what ChristianMingle.com is for.

Step 1 – The 1st step is to figure out what we need and what we have an excess of.  This step should be the easiest.  If we are constantly losing assists then we more than likely need another PG.  If  we are winning boards and blocks every week then we can afford to lose some.

Example:  Our team consists of Teague, Lawson, Jennings, Augustin, Collison plus Cousins, Favors, Sanders, and Robin Lopez, plus wings in a standard 12-team league.  Pretty obvious right?  We have too many point guards and not enough bigs.  There’s an excess of assists, which also tends to mean too many turnovers, a poor FG%, and not enough rebounds.

Step 2 – Now that we know our needs we need to find a trade partner, not a particular player.  If someone in the league has the same needs we have then we skip them, the odds of a trade happening that can help is very small.  Instead we should focus on managers who’s need fits our excess and who’s excess fills our need.

This guy has Holiday, Westbrook, Bledsoe, Lin, Sessions, Marshall, and 3 center eligible guys, he’s definitely not our guy.  But this other guy has Felton, Isaiah Thomas, Deron Williams and is 2-10 in assists on the year.  His bigs are Aldridge, West, Lee, Blatche, Taj Gibson.  He might be in the market for a PG and I like a few of his bigs if the price is right.

Step 3 – Now that we’ve found our trade partner we need to figure out how much value they put on both the players we want and the players we want to give up.  It’s time to make an offer.  We are not looking for it to get accepted.  That’s worth repeating.  I’m not looking for my 1st offer to be accepted.  What we’re doing is fishing for a counter offer.  The offer should be something we are willing to accept and even though it’s in our favor it shouldn’t be absurd.  Once we get that counter offer we will now know a range of how our trade partner values everyone.  If we don’t get a counter then we target another player on the same team.  Their lack of a counter doesn’t mean they don’t like getting trade offers.  I mean really, who doesn’t like getting trade offers?  It usually just means they don’t want to deal the player we want or they don’t like the player we’re offering.

Let’s start high.  We want Aldridge.  We’ll float an offer of Lawson straight up.  If we get no counter then we’ll target a different player.  If he counters with say… Lawson, Cousins for Aldridge, Felton then we now have a low range, ours, and high range, his, of ‘worth’ and that’s really all we wanted.

Step 4 – With this new information we now have 3 choices.  First we could take his offer, doubtful.  Second, we can decide that we are close enough and make another offer somewhere in between the original offer and the counter.  Or third, decide we are too far away from each other and move on.  This is usually the case.  Remember we aren’t trading for a player per se.  We’re trading for stats.  So we target someone else on the same team.

Lawson, Cousins for Aldridge, Felton.  If we decide the counter offer is close enough then lets make another offer.  How about Aldridge, and a wing player for Lawson, Favors?  Remember our goal in this example is to improve our bigs, rebounding, FG%, blocks, ect.  Leaving Cousins in the trade doesn’t really help us and do we really want Felton? Or our other choice, say, “No Thank You”, we aren’t close considering Cousins and Aldridge aren’t that far off and Lawson is significantly better than Felton.  Who else do they have we may want.  I like Taj.

Step 5 – Hopefully he accepts our counter.  More than likely though another round of counters will be necessary.  Either way if this is the case we should be really close to agreeing on something.  However if we just can’t work it out or their original counter wasn’t close and we move on to another player then we go back to step 3.

So we aren’t getting Aldridge.  Fine.  Let’s see how much he values Taj Gibson?  I’ll float an initial offer of Collison.  Collison is a temporary starter and the last PG on our team.  We don’t need him.  Let’s see if we get a counter.  I’m probably willing to go as high as Augustin or Jennings for Taj, I like him and he fills a need.

The example given is close to how I made the real life fantasy trade of Collison for Taj.  Yep, he took my 1st offer for him.  I tried to get Aldridge for a while and I’m not sure the offers and counters mentioned here were the real ones but this is really close to how it went down, and is exactly how I approach trading every time.  I hope you found this helpful and if there’s anything you would like me to try to clarify or go further into detail please feel free to ask in the comments.

  1. Frank White says:
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    If you follow these rules they’ll be mad bread to break up and if not it’ll never 20 years on the wake up!! Lol Biggie.. Sorry I thought it was the Ten Crack Commandments!! Lol

    • Slim

      Slim says:
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      @Frank White:I mean, Its basically the same…

      “Rule nombre uno: never let no one know how much dough you hold”

    • Frank White says:
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      Damn spell check on the phone messed my lyrics up!! Lol

      • Slim

        Slim says:
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        @Frank White: Yeah I figured… I wasn’t holding it against you.

  2. Shaft says:
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    I just asked JB this question, but curious your take as well. Here is a shorter version:

    My: Tobias and Marshall
    His: Kobe

    It’s 10 teamer, 8-cat h2h league (12 man rosters, start 8 each week). I’m sitting pretty in first place, other guy is borderline outside of making the playoffs. His team is pretty banged up (Ryan Anderson, Danny Green, Kobe and now Boogie). Probably helps both of our teams I’d think (his short term, mine down the road). Think it’s worth me doing or am i taking too big of a risk / giving up too much with harris?

    The rest of my team is: KD, conley, kemba, knight, korver, ibaka, aldridge, henson, t. jones, w. chandler.

    Also thought about offering tobias, marshall and henson for boogie but that’s probably a long shot. He’s got a couple other droppable guys on his roster though (eric gordon, jamal crawford, anderson, etc.)

    • Slim

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      @Shaft: So is Kobe gonna be better than Tobias? I like what Tobias has been doing lately and he may have worked through his ankle issues a bit. Since this question is so close and Kobe so questionable I know I couldn’t make that trade. The Cousins trade is a little different, the injury is scary but it doesn’t seem too long term. I would give up that group for him. I think he’ll come back and dominate again soon.

      • Shaft says:
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        @Slim: Cool. Thanks man! Really appreciate it.

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          @Shaft: Sorry, one quick follow up, would you do kobe for wilson chandler + marshall?

          • Slim

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            @Shaft: I’m not convinced Kobe is going to be better than Wilson in any category except maybe a couple of assists. Is Kobe going to come back and be 20/5/5 every night or is he going to be rusty for a long while with some days off and a minute restriction. I would bet on the latter. They’re trying to get 2 more years out of him somehow and this year is certainly a lost cause.

            • matt says:
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              @Slim: exactly, I.just dropped kobe to open a stream spot. Lol im not waiting or hoping for production. This is the playoff push these next few weeks and I want to build my.lead or catch up right now…not 3-4 maybe weeks from now. He’ll probably come back (against team drs orders) after the break, get hurt again (for no reason) cuz they can’t win the west this year anyway. He should sit out ROS and that’s highly probable since he just got paid a huge amt of money (like slim had previously stated) But name recq means allot to some….. I rather have an.open streaming option than own Kobe Bryant (can’t believe I just typed that) heavy hearted, with a slight tear in my eye :-)

  3. Bargnani aka WetNoodle says:
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    Hey Slim,

    Found Razz just this year and has turned into one of my go-to fantasy sites. You guys do a great job on giving a boxscore addict like myself some real insite to the tough decision…(sorry rotoworld but ur only good for ingury updates at best)

    Speaking of tough choices I’m looking for some advise on my first keeper league I just joined. Its a 10 team league, we all get to keep 2 player for next year and I’m in a pickel of who I should declare as my keepers.

    These are my choices….I got

    R. Westbrook drafted 4th round
    T.Harris drafted 10th round
    L. Stephenson undrafted (so next year id get him with my last pick a 12th round pick)

    Is stephenson just a contract year mirage, will harris be the player we all saw at the end of last year and im thinking westbrook could be a 1st rounder but 3 ops on the same knee in one year….

    Who would be your keepers???

    • Slim

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      @Bargnani aka WetNoodle: Theres little difference between the 10th and 12th round and even though Stephenson has been a solid source of points, boards, assists and a few 3s he doesnt have nearly the 3s, steals, blocks upside Tobias showed last year when healthy. Something that is far more rare and valuable. I would keep Tobias and Westbrook if i’m supposed to choose 2. If just one then i’ll take Westbrook in the 4th. Its not like you have to keep him forever but hes still young enough to get the benefit of the doubt and its not a big investment.

    • Slim

      Slim says:
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      @Bargnani aka WetNoodle: Rotoworld is just a Twitter aggregate. Thats right I said it!

  4. 1 win since Christmas says:
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    10 team H2H
    Lillard Redick Calderon
    DeRozan Ibaka Harden
    Hibbert Pekovic
    Nelson Favors
    BN – T.Jones R.Jackson Belinelli

    Lawson owner declined Harden+Jones for Love and Harden+Jones for Davis and DeRozan for Hayward(while he was out).For what it’s worth.

    With my already questionable assists (Calderon minutes influence by Harris, and Nelson potential trade) Would i be better off going for a REB/FG% (Hibbert not really rebounding, Favors/T.Jones health in immediate) or STL/AST ?

    Has some potential combos I could get both met. However, I don’t know what sort of offer would make sense to him. Any ideas?

    Teague Felton Hayward
    G.Green Hawes T.Harris
    Love Sanders
    Jordan Augustin
    BN – Davis Lawson Vucevic

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      @1 win since Christmas: Jones and Harden for Love seems like an overpay imho…I’d be kinda relieved he didn’t accept it honestly. It’s close to a 1 for 1 isn’t it? Both are top 10 in the espn number cruncher

    • Slim

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      @1 win since Christmas: Tough to sell Hibbert for much right now, I think your better off holding on. Jones not playing makes him a tough sell too. But that other team is really stacked. They have a bunch of PGs but they are actually really big heavy. I’d say his biggest weakness is 3s and not much in the way of wings. Redick might hold good value to him. I actually think Harden+Jones should have gotten the Brow. I think Hayward is worth much more than DeRozan but I’m the biggest fan of DeRozan. But Sanders and Vucevic look like they should be attainable. Unless he’s willing to drop Gerald Green then a 2-1 isn’t going to happen. Maybe… Redick. Jones 4 Sanders. Green. If you can get Augustin for DeRozan I think that would help too.

  5. Lasandro says:
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    Heya Slim, great write-up once again. Korver’s been producing of late and I’ve been contemplating dropping Meeks for him (despite Meeks being such a solid contributor for me for the past couple of weeks). With Antic now down for a few weeks, should I expect better all round production from Kutcher and drop Meeks for him?

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      @Slim: Or best go with Taj or Derrick Williams for the next week or two, due to injuries to other starters (although I dont know if Booz is gonna be out long enough to reap Gibson benefits)?

      • Slim

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        @Lasandro: I like Taj over Derrick Williams and I think Taj has good season long value. Taj vs Korver is pretty much need based but in a vacuum I’d take Korver.

    • Lasandro says:
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      @Slim: Also, random Afflalo query: think his production’s gonna slump with Oladipo’s recent improvement? I’ve been concerned with his last two outings and I think that perhaps there are a little too many mouths to feed in orlando. Also, still stashing vuc but it’s becoming increasingly detrimental to my positioning in my league, and no one’s really willing to trade for him

      • matt says:
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        @Lasandro: im surprised affalo kept it going this long. He was a sell high prob right after he was DTD. I would have sold him then. Im stuck with him right now also but I own Rainbowadipo also. Never really liked him but he was on fire for a good month to start off our seasons with a bang. Usually ride the wave and dump him for a new girl ! LOL

      • Slim

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        @Lasandro: I would hold Vucevic as long as possible but if making the playoffs is in any way becoming questionable then he can be dropped. I’m surprised Afflalo played well for so long and with Orlando going no where in a hurry I expect Oladipo to quickly become the face of the franchise. If Afflalo can be sold he probably should be. I don’t think he’s droppable though.

    • Slim

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      @Lasandro: I like Korver over Meeks. It’s the assists Korver gives that’s the difference. Meeks is playing well and may score a few more points but Korver wins almost every category.

  6. Kevin says:
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    Hey Slim, Thanks for this post about trading. fantasy blogging, at its best!

    Assuming i’m trading teams who need assists and I want to pick up on a few extra rebounds, How would you rank these trades for my trey burke and kobe? *My league is a bit too picky about trades so I unfortunately have to be cautious about lopsided trades.

    a) lance stephanson (and maybe +faried)
    b) anderson varejao
    c) josh smith
    d) iguodala

    d)

    • Slim

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      @Kevin: I like Burke and if he’s expendable I wouldn’t give him for cheap. Kobe doesn’t have a ton of value to me but he’s worth gauging interest.

      A) Believe it or not I like Burke more than Stephenson. Faried is a big time gamble that I’m not too interested in taking on. 20 minutes per night isn’t ownable in most leagues. I wouldn’t make this offer.

      B) Pretty good. If you trust Varejao and really there isn’t any reason not too then this trade would make sense.

      C) I’m pretty sure I’d rather have Varejao but If you can handle what he does to your %s then I don’t see any other issues and I’d make the trade.

      D) Nope. I have no faith in any kind of resurgence. His current averages are what I see moving forward and you can do better for Burke.

  7. Larry says:
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    Hi Slim

    I was thinking of trading Sanders for RoLo, will it be a good idea?

    My team is CP3, Rubio, Collison, Pierce, James Johnson, Amir, Sanders, and Millsap. 20 teams 8-player H2h league.

    I will be getting an SG on the wire for Collison once CP3 is back, I’m trying to win FT, Reb, Ast, St, and Blks. I need the FT from Lopez, but is the decrease in blocks too much? Thanks

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      @Larry: I’d want Sanders, after the ASB last year he went 12 ppg/11 rpg/1.6 apg/2.3 bpg/.8 spg/.484 fg/.670 ft in 30 mpg. I expect that to be his floor since he’ll probably garner more minutes per gm. I’m holding onto him in 3 leagues. He has way too much upside to dump for Sideshow Bob

    • Slim

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      @Larry: Yeah I think it’s too low for Sanders. It’s a lot of blocks to lose but I think it’s also twice as many steals given up. If your looking to sell Sanders then I’d look for someone better.

  8. 740 says:
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    Sup Slim, Giannis Antetokounmpo, is he worth owning 12 teams h2h?

    Thanks

    • 740 says:
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      @740:

      Also thoughts on ROS? Do u think he gets mad burn?

    • Slim

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      @740: In a competitive league he isn’t being dropped. The upside is worth the inconsistency I think. The only place 12-teamer I owned him in I dropped him and he was added off waivers. The Bucks have nothing to play for except to develop their players and Antetok is the future. So yes, I’d say more run as the season progresses. My original 30 min projections was…

      420/.740/1.5/12.0/7.0/2.5/1.0/1.0/2.0 in 30 min.

      I still feel pretty comfortable about that line but it appears that may be on the high end.

  9. matt says:
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    Slim, would you take Conley or Lowry for my Ibaka? I need a PG and no other teams will trade so those are my 2 choices. Or would you stream 7 PG per week until jru or Bledsoe have a timetable. I have a 27 game lead also. Im.thinking I can just stream waiver fodder like sessions,Vasquez,chalmers,roberts, etc and get enough production? I have Stevenson and Hawes and M Gasol and they contribute quite a few extra fines also. Imput from you and Jb would be awesome. Thanks

    • Slim

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      @matt: I think Ibaka is worth significantly more than Lowry based off Lowrys injury history and it’s not a gamble I’m willing to take with Ibaka. Conley for Ibaka is fair but with that big of a lead and with some nice PGs eventually returning I would just stream it for now. Your streaming options are really good.

      • matt says:
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        @Slim: that’s what I thought. Bledsoe and Jru are out there. I’ll probably grab Bledsoe when the timetable becomes clearer.

  10. matt says:
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    *dimes not fines

  11. Frank White says:
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    Hey Slim Wutup!! Would you trade Rondo for Augustin if you had Rondo??

    • Frank White says:
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      If Augustin is starting all season then his numbers would be better. When I traded Jameer Nelson for Rondo I never realized Rondo can’t score much or FT%, FG% or 3’s. What you think??

      • Slim

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        @Frank White: Rondo will never help FTs or 3s. But he should get more boards, steals, and assists than Augustin. DJ should get more points but he’s never been helpful to FG%. With that said Rondo has a long way to go before he’s back to normal. I’m sure you can find people who will say Rondo over DJ but I think they are paying too much attention to name value. I’ll take DJ. Oh and another one that some people might disagree with but I’ll take DJ over Jameer Nelson too, although they are very similar fantasy contributors. I feel like Jameer is more likely to fade as the season progresses.

        • Frank White says:
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          Thanks!! Is Augustin locked in as the starter for the ROS??

          • Slim

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            @Frank White: Hard to say. There’s always the chance Hinrich retakes the job. Even if Augustin doesn’t start he should still get 30 min per game pretty easily.

  12. JA says:
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    slim, in my league a trade was made Tristan for Dragic. the owner rejected my Parson for Dragic, but accepts Tristan? Tristan!!! smells like collusion lol i mean the trade seems unfair?

    • Slim

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      @JA: Yeah that trade is way off. Rejecting Parsons makes it really questionable. I would say something for sure on the league message board and see how the rest of the league feels. I rarely veto trades but that one does have the stench of collusion.

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        @Slim:

        Thanks Slim, thats a good idea. I will try that.

  13. Zar says:
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    Thanks slim! The trade of reggie Jackson and zbo for dirk was accepted! And if I can’t get augustin I’ll fill my team until vucevic or jrue are back.

    • Slim

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      @Zar: Your very welcome. That’s a nice haul and I’m a little surprised he took the first bid for a player like Dirk.

  14. Blazers says:
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    Would you do a Lillard for Paul George trade? I have Lillard and in the lead so im thinking about the H2H playoffs. POR has 3-5-3 while IND has 4-4-4.

    • Slim

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      @Blazers:

      I love Lillard but Yes I would make that trade.

      Playoff schedules aren’t that simple. 1st off if you have a 1st round bye then that 1st round is irrelevant. 2nd if you don’t win in the semis then who cares how good their finals schedule is. 3rd. Portlands schedule is better than just saying 3-5-3. The games played in the 3 game weeks are on short schedule days. This is tough to type out but for instance week 1, nearly every team plays on wed and fri. Portlands games are on tue, thur, sat. They miss both of the big schedule days. This means you can fill up your schedule with streamers or guys who would otherwise have to sit on the bench because your roster is full. Indy plays mon. wed. fri. sat. So they play on both big schedule days which limits your bench players availability. Did this make sense? In the finals Portland doesn’t play mon or wed. 2 more big schedule days they miss that Indy plays. I actually think Portland has the best playoff schedule.

      • Blazers says:
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        @Slim: That is very helpful. Thanks!

  15. AJ says:
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    Being offered Wade/Gay/Hibbert for my Parker/Duncan/Eric Gordon, Not sure if i should take the Gamble. Any advice before i hit the Decline, much appreciated thanks

  16. Frank White says:
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    What’s up Slim.. Would you drop Josh McRoberts to grab Boris Diaw?? McRoberts hasn’t done great the past 2 games but gives a lot in other CAT’s and if I drop him I’ll lose a game this week. Worth it??

    • Slim

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      @Frank White: Diaw is hot and taking a ton of shots but he’s a temporary fix. I remember you asking about McBob vs Taj a week or 2 ago. If Taj is still around that’s who I would pick up. Also if you wait and add Diaw after McBob plays on friday then you won’t lose a game this week. If you lose out on Diaw you won’t be missing much. He’s only a streamer in the best of circumstances.

      • Frank White says:
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        Yeah I figured that.. Thanks!!.. Man I really screwed my team up.. Aftergiving Hayward for Bledsoe a few weeks ago then Bledsoe getting hurt, treading Jameer Nelson for Rondo and dropping Pierce when he was a bench guy really killed me. I’m one game out of first but I’ve been struggling every week against all these teams.
        Conley
        Teague
        Rondo
        Foye
        Reggie Jackson
        JJ Redick
        Stuckey
        Mello
        Ariza
        Millsap
        West
        Marc Gasol
        McRoberts
        Tristan Thompson
        Today I can’t start everyone cause a couple of my forwards are out so I have guards on the bench and There’s a open spot for PF/C.. Anyway I’m just hoping Foye and Reggie stay hot but What would you do if you were me? Any trades in mind you would offer?? I’m in a 10 team H2H 9 CAT League

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          If you look at my team, would you trade Conley & Redick for Meeks, Jameer Nelson and Pierce?? I’d hate to give away Conley but I really need an extra guy in a trade to fill that McRoberts spot. The waiver wire’s been weak for a while so it’s been hard to stream. What do you think?

          • Slim

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            @Frank White: I really dislike trading the best player for depth and you might just be giving up the 2 best players. Could you give me your top 5-10 available players? Tristan can go. It’s been well documented that I can’t stand his game. I think your fine at PG, plenty of 3s, steals could use a little boost. I think West is the guy that I would look to move, try to combine him with Jackson or Stuckey for a shot blocking big. I think Tristan and McBob can probably be upgraded through free agency and they really aren’t worth much in a trade.

          • Slim

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            @Frank White: I would organize it like this…

            PGs. Conley, Teague, Rondo, Jackson
            Wings. Mello, Ariza, Reddick, Foye, Stuckey
            bigs. Gasol, Millsap, West, McBob, Tristan

            PGs are good 1-4.
            Wings are solid 1-4. Stuckey though. Eh. He doesn’t do a whole lot.
            Your bigs are definitely your biggest weakness. Top 2 are just fine but it goes downhill in hurry after that.

            • Frank White says:
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              Thanks bud I’ll keep that in mind!!

              • Frank White says:
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                Can I throw a couple trades your way and give me your opinion please?
                1 – Stucky & Rondo for Serge Ibaka & Kyle Korver ( I need more SF/ PF/C and less PG/ SG)
                2 – Stuckey, Rondo & West for Bogut, Varejeo & Wesley Matthews

                • Slim

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                  @Frank White:

                  1 – Absolutely. But that’s asking a lot for Rondo. I doubt that one happens.
                  2 – Definitely makes you better. The hit to assists is annoying but I think you should be OK.

                  If you get either of those trades then I would say to drop Tristan for some assists. If you get a counter offer then you should be willing to give a little more to get it done.

                  • Frank White says:
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                    Your the best!!! I was looking to replace McRoberts today for someone off the wire. How does Jeremy Lamb, Vince Carter, Belinelli, Mike Scott, Courtney Lee or Mozgov?? I need another forward and that’s what they all are.

                    • Slim

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                      @Frank White: I’m passing on Lamb, Carter, Lee, and Scott. Belinelli is going to get big minutes in the foreseeable future but he doesn’t really fit a need. Mozgov has actually been pretty solid over the past month, I was surprised to see he’s a top 75 9-cat player over the last 30 days. Unfortunately there have been a few duds mixed in and his playing time is unpredictable. He doesn’t however hurt any category and he’s been a serviceable shot blocker. That’s where I would go considering your squad. Now… would I drop Tristan for Belinelli? You need boards so I guess not. I would take Belinelli over Stuckey though. Actually now that I think about it I’d keep McBob and drop Tristan for Mozgov. Lots of options…

                    • Frank White says:
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                      Yeah I’m not a big Tristan fan but besides getting a lot of my boards from my forwards, Tristan is solid for giving me double digit boards almost every game. He double doubled 8 of his last 11 games. I know that’s all he does but I don’t wanna drop him for an inconsistent guy ya know..? IDK LOL

  17. Frank White says:
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    Also what do you think about giving Rondo for DeAndre Jordan.. If it’s not fair on my end maybe have him give me Dunleavy with him?? If not then who would you offer for Jordan or Jordan and someone else like Gerald Green & or Dunleavy?? I hope I’m not bothering you with all these questions.. I know it’s a lot

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