Had to slide that in there, purely for my own enjoyment.  Hopefully, a little nostalgia for a few of you as well.  At any rate, the man of the hour is Mario Chalmers!  No, surprisingly, this isn’t a joke!  Chalmers has gone crazy since being traded to the Grizzlies, with a scoring average of over 18 points a game.  Over the 3 game stretch, he also has 7 treys and 5 steals, while shooting an insane amount of high-percentage freebies.  Do I think this torrid pace will continue? No.  I do think it’s a very good sign for his future though.  The Grizzlies desperately need scoring, and Rio should get the ball a lot when he’s on the floor.  I highly recommend him if you need help in scoring, 3s, and FT%.

Lets get to it!

  • Will Barton – SG/SF – 65% – Barton has made the most of his early season opportunity, putting up a Yahoo ranking of 18th overall so far this year.  Obviously, he shouldn’t be on any wires right now.  I do think he comes down to earth and loses significant playing time, once Nurkic and the rest of the big man rotation are healthy though.  For now, he’s a guy that needs to be plugged in, til he cools down.
  • Kris Humphries – PF/C – 8% – Mr. Kardashian has been having a very solid year, bordering on top 100 value, but he’s still barely owned.  Kris made a major change to his game over the off-season, and it has led to averaging 1.6 threes per game so far this year.  The minutes tend to fluctuate with him, but the out of position 3s make him close to a must own.  Plus, a minutes bump would definitely push him into must own range.  I highly recommend him.
  • Mario Chalmers – PG/SG – 24% – (Covered above)
  • Jerryd Bayless – PG/SG – 26% – The utility man for the Bucks has been getting a ton of run with multiple injuries on the team.  He has been taking full advantage though.  On the season, he has 2.2 threes per game, over a steal, and 12.6 points.  The most important thing is that his minutes have hovered around 30 since the year started.  This almost always signals solid production.
  • Jeff Green – SG/SF – 35% – About as unsexy as they come.  Green has been averaging over 30 minutes for the last 3 games though, so he does become relevant.  In two of those games he put up over 20 points.  With Green, you can expect solid production across the board.  Nothing flashy, but if the minutes stay up, he’s probably worth grabbing.

 

That wraps up the hot new names for this week, but we’re going to kick off a new section, now that we’re further into the season.  It’s time for our new trade section!  Please submit trades you want to be analyzed, or just deals you thought were interesting.  Worst case, submit one you got a steal on, so we can all hate you!

Deal or Steal

(Dammit, I spelled Tristan wrong… Please ignore.  On second thought, he is kind of like a stain. You hate having him on your team, but you can’t seem to get rid of him and his stupid high rebound totals.  Plus he’s a Canadian, and who wants a Hoser on their team?? Merica!!! [Don’t hate me Matty!])

This deal went down the other night in one of my RCLs.  It’s an intriguing deal, primarily because of the name involved.  Anthony Davis has been pretty spectacular when he’s played, but he has been in and out of the lineup a lot.  Given his fragility so far, and the fact that the Pelicans are not going to contend, I think moving The Brow isn’t the worst idea.  That brings us to the rest of the deal.  Tristan Thompson is borderline waiver, since he’s purely a rebound specialist.  Klay Thompson should bounce back to the top 20 player he is.  That leaves the big Lithuanian.  Jonas Valanciunas is kind of a source of contention among fantasy owners, some believe he is poised for a breakout, while some think he’s a dud, and the rest just don’t care.  Personally, I belong to the second and third groups.  Valenchewnus doesn’t do anything outside of points and boards, plus his minutes have been fairly unstable this season.  Unless he somehow acquires some blocking ability out of nowhere, the future doesn’t look too bright from a fantasy perspective.

The moral of the story is, don’t panic as a Brow owner.  If you’re the impatient type, then at least get a top 10 player in the deal.

 

In other news, I have officially kicked off the RazzWired Twitter account, which I will try to update regularly, but that partially depends on the following I can get.  So if you want last-minute waiver advice, follow me @RazzWired in between articles.  Be sure to comment here for questions, but feel free to hit me up for waiver or trade advice on that account as well!

 

  1. Bye Felica says:
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    Totally agree with the observation. Davis may sit a game here or there but the value evens out. He’s capable of putting up bigger numbers in 2 games than the other 2 (Klay & Thompson) playing the entire week.

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @Bye Felica: Exactly, I don’t have a problem selling him, but it’d still have to be for someone in the Steph, Harden, Westbrook, area.

  2. Slim

    Slim says:
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    Oh man… the shizz storm you are about to get for saying that about JV, but I think you’re right. Strange to think there was once a time he was in the same conversation as Favors? We were so much younger then, or on draft day this year when people were deciding between him and Towns. I’ll give you 3 guesses at how many places I own JV, but it should only take 1. Hint: It’s less than how many places I own Towns.

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @Slim: Haha yeah, I like JV fine as a player, but he’s just too old-school to get run in today’s league. The day’s of the lumbering, post-up, type centers are pretty much over. You have to be able to either stretch the floor or be an athletic rim protector. A young, athletic, team like Toronto, just can’t afford to keep him out there more than 28 mins or so.

      This is the problem I had with Monroe going to Milwaukee as well. He’s great from a fantasy perspective, but they aren’t going to win games unless they leave their post-centric system. Relegating guys like Middleton to spot-up duty is criminal.

      • draco21 says:
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        @Adam: The thing with JV is this, he’s kind of in the Vuc mold in that he doesnt have enough def stats but his FT% is awesome. Thats where his Value lies I think. You won’t find any other C eligible dudes that has a high FT% besides Ibaka, Vuc, KAT, Brolo, Rolo, Hibbert and to an extent Zaza. So there is that.

        • Adam

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          @draco21: Very true, but defense and floor spacing dictate playing time in the NBA. Without those abilities, he’s going to struggle to reach 30 mins a game. His per 36s are great, but it’s wishful thinking that he’ll make it there. If he did, I’d definitely be on board. Fantasy basketball doesn’t dictate reality though lol.

  3. jcg says:
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    Would you drop Bjelica at this point for Jokic, Chalmers or Bayless?

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @jcg: I’d probably hold… The Wolves need Bjelica to produce. He’s just in a slump right now. Too much upside there to let go of yet. Give him another week or so to turn it around. If you’re desperate for a short term add, then I’d go Chalmers or Bayless. Jokic has only done it for one game so far.

  4. booya says:
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    Would you trade Rondo straight up for any of these guys? (if so in which order would you want them?)

    Fournier, Mirotic, Mudiay

    Thanks!

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @booya: I’d probably do straight up for Mudiay. You should be able to get more than the other two right now, and I don’t really want Mirotic on any team.

  5. Brian says:
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    Would you trade Mccullum, Gay, and Gobert for A.Davis and Dragic?

    My Team:
    G: Wall, Rubio, Mccullum, Pope, Clarkson, Wiggins, C.Joseph
    F: Gay, T.Jones, Crowder, Bjelica, Covington
    C: Drummond, Gobert, Jokic

    • Adam

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      @Brian: Definitely! I think that’s a great buy low offer actually. McCollum isn’t going to get any better and Davis and Dragic are definitely at their low points. Plus, that Drummond Davis combo will be dirty.

  6. Principal Blackman says:
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    Would you be looking to trade Chris Paul right now, and if so what do you think is a good get for him? Or would this be an ill advised sell-low? I’m probably not actually looking to trade Paul, but I am feeling some buyers remorse for taking him over Westbrook. If I had grabbed RW, my team would be nasty right now.

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @Principal Blackman: Yeah, I’d be looking to move Paul, the age is just starting to show. I’d try to move him for someone like Wall, no need to sell low yet. Wait for him to come back and have a good game before you move him.

      My boy RW is ballin! I’m not looking quite as crazy for calling him my fantasy MVP this season lol. Westy has been great even with KD there. He’s pretty clearly the #1 on the team.

  7. miles proudfoot says:
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    What do you think about dropping A Gordon for Jabari? He’s the low man on my team right now.

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @miles proudfoot: I’d do it, I don’t see Skiles’ rotation clearing up any time soon. Can always grab Gordon later.

  8. Phranque (pronounced Frank) says:
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    Howdy,
    Early on , I traded A.D. & Tobias for WALL & DRUM…..and been happy ever after.

    But my question…and I do have one….Assume I give BEAL, PORTER & TRIS T. for G.HILL, BARTON & ZaZa. (again assuming that BEAL has the same fragile body as A.D.) …does this deal make sense?
    Thanks.

    • Adam

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      @Phranque (pronounced Frank): You will not live happily ever after with that deal lol. Even if Beal is somewhat injury prone, (nobody knows yet) you still have porter putting up great value with Beal out and solid value with him there. George Hill is solid, but unspectacular. Barton will lose a lot of minutes once the bigs get healthy. Finally, Tristan and Zaza just aren’t far enough apart to make up that big difference.

      The main problem is Barton, because the Nuggets have made it clear that Garry Harris is the starting SG, and he has been producing.

  9. Dante Green says:
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    I wanna have a piece of that Mario Chalmers….. Hah

  10. Rocky says:
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    How do you feel about cutting Gorgi Dieng for either Chalmers or Jokic or CJ Miles in the 12team 9cat? Or should I hold and hope he forces his way into more minutes? I also have LaVine who I’m thinking I want to hold for a bit to see how the Minnesota backcourt shakes out/how Rubio’s hammy holds up and Dwight Powell, but he’s been a more consistent producer than Dieng.

    • Adam

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      @Rocky: I’d probably hold Gorgi a tad longer. He actually saw minutes next to KAT the other night, so that could be a solid sign for the future. If you really need points and 3s, I’d probably cut for Chalmers, although Miles is right there.

  11. Ghislain says:
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    Alright would you sell Gobert for Kyrie Irving ?

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @Ghislain: Hell no! Love me some Uncle Drew, but he’s likely to be on a strict minutes limit even after he comes back. The Cavs just don’t have any incentive to play him big minutes til the postseason. Gobert will come around.

      • Ghislain says:
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        @Adam:

        Fair enough, I felt the same, thanks for setting things sttraight. How about if you smooth it up with something like:

        Gobert/R. Gay for Irving/Draymond Green

        Still not worth it?

        • Adam

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          @Ghislain: That definitely makes it more interesting… I’d probably do it if you have enough PG depth to make up for the Kyrie down-time. Dray looks really good so far.

          If you can’t afford to be down a player, then I’d hold. Dray does add some nice assists though. It mostly comes down to the scoring you lose with Gay.

          • Ghislain says:
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            @Adam:

            Good point. Alright thank you, let me assess if I can actually afford Irving’s sitting time (which doesn’t seem to be the case despite my PG depth (Jack, Paul, Payton, Thomas, Clarkson) , or if I can throw in some less valuable asset than Gay maybe.

            • Adam

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              @Ghislain: You can probably afford it, but it’ll be tough to sell Gay until we know how serious that injury was.

  12. Jonathan says:
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    You like these trades? Ands which one you like more? :0

    1) MY Millsap, Tyson and D-will for HIS Butler, Bro-Lo and George Hill.

    2) MY Favors, Millsap and Dragic for HIS Davis and Butler.

    • Adam

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      @Jonathan: Dang… I like them both, but I’d probably have to go with the first one. Bro-Lo has been ballin, and George Hill is no slouch. Both solid upgrades from Tyson and D-Will. Butler and Millsap are fairly equal.

      Trade two is high risk, high reward. I’d hate to deal Favors though… That one could really burn you if Brow only ends up sitting out at the end of the season. That’s pretty likely with the Pels out of contention.

      I’d do both of them, but the first one seems a lot safer, although I may have some bias toward Brook Lopez staying healthy lol.

      • Jonathan says:
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        @Adam:

        Solid answer, but I may have some bias because that’s exactly how I evaluated them both 🙂

        Lol, the Davis owner is convinced Davis has no risk. So Ima go for the first one. However, it seems I would have to replace D-Will with Dragic. Is that still okay? I don’t know at this point if Hill is an upgrade from Dragic. I can use Hill’s treys, but I doubt he averages 2.4 for the rest of the way. Maybe 1.8-2.0?

        Would you still go through with it?

        Thanks!

        • Jonathan says:
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          @Jonathan:

          Oh and what numbers are you expecting from favors across the board Post ASB, realistically. I wanna see how close they are to mine. Haha.

          • Adam

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            @Jonathan: Hill wouldn’t be an upgrade over Dragic really, but the 3s should be there Hill. That’s what Indiana needs him for. 2.4 is definitely realistic. With Rose in and out, I’d probably give Butler the tiniest edge on Millsap, and Bro-Lo is a big enough upgrade to still do it.

            Not quite as sweet, but definitely worth it still.

            Second half for Favors, I’d say 18 and 10 is pretty feasible with the 1.5 blocks. The 2.1 steals, right now, seem like an outlier, but over 1 a game should be in the cards. Just needs to get a bit more consistent, and I think that’ll come. If he were to get up to 35 mins a game, he could really blow up.

  13. eric says:
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    18 team h2h my isiah thomas and rudy gobert vs his offer rubio and bosh

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @eric: Nah, Gobert is better than Bosh still, and IT is definitely better than Rubio, especially considering the loss an injured Rubio is in a league that deep. Minutes are huge. Plus, you’d take a major hit in blocks.

  14. Jerry says:
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    What’s going on, Adam! Dragic is on waivers and I’d like to pick him up. Should I drop Barnes, Korver or Iggy to pick him up? Thanks!

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @Jerry: Hey brotha! Hmmm, I’d have to drop Barnes for him. Dragic definitely shouldn’t be on the wire lol.

  15. Fella says:
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    Conley+Klay+Duncan for Wall+Noel? Who wins?

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @Fella: That’s close… I’d probably lean the Wall side by a touch… It really just depends if Noel can find his stride next to Okafor and stay somewhat healthy.

      Duncan is just a pain to own down the stretch, with how much he sits. The Klay side does lose a fair amount of 3s and scoring. It’s really a toss-up based on the categories you need man.

  16. hamtime says:
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    1. was offered AD/kobe for my ibaka/favors. JB thinks Im giving up too much. Do you agree?

    Any of these trades worth pursing?
    a) ibaka for knight+Wiggins

    b) Ibaka + tjones for:
    Teague Gallo
    Kemba vuc
    Love it2

    c) b) Ibaka + tjones + (throw in mo or d collison) for:
    Griffin + ghill
    Knight + wig + mas plum

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @hamtime: Yeah that’s too much. I love Kobe, but he’s not even a top 100 guy anymore. Just doesn’t play enough. Someone else besides Kobe might make that offer pretty interesting though.

      Value wise, I’d say (a) is the best bet. I still have some faith in T-Jones, so I wouldn’t sell him just yet. Plus, now is the time to buy Wiggins before his price starts going up. He’s been great lately.

  17. TheJohn says:
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    my whiteside+collison for his LMA + Hill??

    am trying to improve my FT/3’s also…

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @TheJohn: That’s not enough for Whiteside. I’d keep Collison because he’s going to be a major help with FT%. Try targeting Favors with Whiteside. Aldridge just isn’t that good in SA from a fantasy perspective.

  18. Bammers says:
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    Hey,
    I have a trade question. Standard H2H 10 team dynasty league. My Will Barton for his Kent Bazemore and one of Jeremy Lamb, Evan Turner, Avery Bradley, Jerami Grant, Joe Johnson. Do you take this deal? If so, which one of those guys do you take?

    • Adam

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      @Bammers: Hmmmm, I’d probably hold in a dynasty, but if I would, I’d do Bazemore and Lamb. Pretty fair though. No guarantees Barton pans out, but Bazemore is a permanent roleplayer, and Lamb is about as risky as Barton. Barton just has more multi-cat appeal.

  19. jonny says:
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    Drop RHJ for jerami grant, gary harris or tj warren in h2h?

    How about trade tjones for IT? Need the guard help but wouldn’t wanna sell jones for lower than i could. If tjones lives up to his potential, what kind of high tier point guard should I be looking at in return?

    • Adam

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      @jonny: Probably drop him for Gary Harris out of those. Warrren just does nothing in the box score, and Grant is injury reliant.

      IT sounds fair to me. A PG in the 4th-5th round range should be about right. IT would definitely be a solid return for a guy that isn’t guaranteed.

  20. Jerry says:
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    Hey again, Adam. Bazemore, Ish Smith, Schroder or MCW for the season? Thanks!

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @Jerry: Gotta go MCW, barring a major injury to Jrue or Teague. MCW just has the most guaranteed value, by a significant margin right now.

  21. Eric says:
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    In a 12 team Yahoo league with Assist/TO ratio as a category, would you rather have Deron Williams or Goran Dragic ROS?

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @Eric: Dragic in pretty much any format. D-Will could break down at any time.

  22. Pong says:
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    I just traded ad and afflalo for dmc and Kanter in a 10 teammer that counts fgs and fts. I’m punting fg% and tos. Figured cousins isn’t that far off from ad. Thoughts?

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @Pong: Makes sense if you’re punting those, but I feel like you could’ve gotten a better second player than Kanter. You get a boost in scoring, but take a hit in blocks. Looks fairly solid though.

  23. Nutz says:
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    Who wins in Gortat for Brook Lopez trade ROS? Thanks!

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @Nutz: All depends on who stays healthy lol. If neither gets injured (unlikely), then I’d have to give Lopez the win.

  24. Threekola says:
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    Just got an offer:

    MY Draymond Green, Dragic, Aaron Gordon

    HIS Klay, Thad Young, Covington

    I’m guessing I take it? Lol. Trynna look hard for a reason not to.

    • Adam

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      @Threekola: Man… I think I’d hold, unless you really need 3s and scoring. Dray just contributes in so many areas, and is easily the best player in the deal right now. Klay should be fine, but the multi-cat production doesn’t seem to be there as much.

      It really depends on need though, I can see going either way.

  25. Mex says:
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    Is Eric Gordon dropable if I need boards and fg% to win this week? I might have to drop him for Hibbert if I want to win this matchup but not sure if he is worth holding onto for longer.

    • Adam

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      @Mex: Gordon is definitely not a drop in almost any format… Take the Loss in % if that’s what it takes to keep him. You have to play for the rest of the year as well. Gordon is a focal point in that NO offense.

      • Mex says:
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        @Adam: thanks I’ve never been big on him. How do you feel about Jordan clarkson vs George hill?

        • Adam

          Adam says:
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          @Mex: I’m not a huge fan of him either, personally. He’s going to be very useful in that fast paced offense though. Plus, he’s averaging like 19 pts a game right now. I’d probably think about moving him before Reke gets back.

          Hill is the more consistent option, but Clarkson has more upside… Clarkson would definitely get a boost with a Kobe injury, but for now, I’d probably give Hill the slight edge.

  26. Perkinsryp says:
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    Would you trade Barton for Bjelica in a 10 team 9 cat dynasty?

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @Perkinsryp: Definitely! Barton’s future is very cloudy. He’s going to lose a lot of playing time, once Nurk gets healthy.

  27. tokyofantasy says:
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    Hi Adam,

    For 9cat H2H 10ers, would you drop Mo for Collison?

    CLE and SAC both got great playoff schedule. What do you think of their long term outlook? They are kinda in the similar position.

    • Adam

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      @tokyofantasy: I’d go Collison, I think Rondo gets moved before the deadline. He’s been putting up some numbers, but they can’t seem to win when he does. Plus, Collison is just the better player.

  28. Sebastian says:
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    One of my leagues I am going for davis….i offered draymond green and gobert? Is that too much for AD? I would own AD, KD and kyrie if the trade goes down. All those offers here for davis now gave me second thoughts

    • Adam

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      @Sebastian: Wayyyyyy too much man. Dray is putting up first round value, and there’s no reason why he won’t keep that up. Kyrie and KD are fairly big question marks this season. Adding another injury prone elite is not a good idea…

      • sebapargue says:
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        really? I dont believe dray will put first round value all year long. solid second round though. I will be picking up bazemore

        you rather have gobert and dray or davis and bazemore?

        • Adam

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          @sebapargue: Even with Second round value, trading two second rounders for an injury prone Davis is way too much. A good role-player just doesn’t make a difference. Dray just has too much Multi-cat appeal.

          You’d be gaining points in that deal, but losing losing boards, blocks, and assists.

          • sebapargue says:
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            I was so sure abot this deal….now I feel like backing out haha…thanks a lot.

            • Adam

              Adam says:
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              @sebapargue: Haha, if Davis and KD were guaranteed to stay healthy, I’d probably advise you to do it. Overpaying isn’t a bad idea for a guy that talented, but given his current state, buying low would be much wiser. There’s just no upside in it for you right now.

              Plus, Kyrie is likely to be on a minutes limit for a long time. The Cavs just don’t need him to win.

              • sebapargue says:
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                yeah there’s a lot of risk involved, but the upside is so high.

                I mean KD, AD and kyrie in my 14 team league…so tempting. I tried the same offer for curry before going for AD but was rejected ;(.

                • Adam

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                  @sebapargue: Too much risk for not enough upside… AD has to go ballistic just for you to break even. That offer for Curry would murder your big man stats lol.

                  Kyrie isn’t going to be the player he was. We’re talking 4th-5th round. He can’t dominate the ball anymore, and the Cavs are better when he doesn’t. Plus, they’re going to conserve him for the playoffs. Especially with Mo and Delly able to play solid minutes.

  29. eric says:
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    heres my lineup:
    cousin
    gobert
    gay
    it4
    middleton
    covington
    lavine
    schroeder
    bazemore
    capela
    jokic

    offered his wetbrooks, felton, mcbob for my it4, gobert and middleton
    heres his lineup:
    wetbrooks
    bosh
    big al
    lou will
    deroz
    rubio
    stuckey
    j hill
    canaan
    thompson cavs

    im planning to counter it wetbrooks felton tristan thompson
    thoughts on this one adam. Thanks in advance for your time

    • eric says:
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      @eric: btw this 18 team 9 cats 12 roster 10 active and 2 bench only

      • Adam

        Adam says:
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        @eric: Man that’s tough… I love Westy a lot, but you’re giving up a lot to get him. You definitely need the assist help, and I assume you’d be punting TOs with Westy and Cousins. Minutes are just such a huge commodity in leagues this deep, and you’re giving up 3 guys averaging over 30 mins a game, for 2 lower roleplayers and a stud. Thompson definitely helps, but it looks like you’d have to be punting blocks as well. Just seems like too much giving Middleton on top. He should be fine.

        With your roster, I think it would make more sense to see if he’d do Middleton for Rubio, or something like that.

        • Adam

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          @Adam: It seems pretty fair, but I’m not sure it helps you.

          • eric says:
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            @Adam: truly appreciate your quick response. one last question. SO i could offer westbrook + rubio + mcbob for my gobert +it4 + middleton?

            • Adam

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              @eric: No problem man! That would be solid value for you, but you’d be punting blocks and TO’s, which is pretty risky… If you can get that, I’d look to deal for a shotblocker then. Possibly a Steven Adams type if you don’t want to pay much.

              • eric says:
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                @Adam: sounds like a good plan adam! im like rank 17th right now. i kinda like this proposal and il go ahead and make a counter offer. Thanks man! more power to your site. Il let u know if i can get this trade..

                • Adam

                  Adam says:
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                  @eric: Sounds good! Always here for ya!

                  • eric says:
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                    @Adam: adam he rejected it lol i actually tried to buy that both rubio and westbrook are prone to injuries didnt sold it countered offered it w/ westy + lou + mcbob for my it4 + gobert + midleton. reject?

                    • Adam

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                      @eric: Yeah just turn that down. This is a terrible time to buy Westbrook lol.

  30. Ankur says:
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    Hey Adam,

    Stellar Article.
    Just got offered Collison for Rondo. I have Wall, Payton and Clarkson.
    Yay Or Nay???

    • Adam

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      @Ankur: Thanks man! Hmmm, I think Collison will eventually win the bulk of the minutes, but you should be able to get more for Rondo right now. I’d feel out the market a bit first.

      • Ankur says:
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        @Adam:
        Hey Adam,

        Thanks for that. I was on the fence on the trade – and the way Rondo is playing right now – can definitely try to go higher. Do you believe in Dragic this year?

        • Adam

          Adam says:
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          @Ankur: Dragic should be fine, just finding his role right now. Tyler Johnson is a bit worrying, but not a huge deal. I’d try to swap Rondo and Dragic if you could.

  31. Pong says:
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    Was offered harden clarkson and plumlee for my wiggins Bledsoe and Dipo. Our league counts fts and fgs. Should I pull the trigger?

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @Pong: Nah, that’s too much, especially with how great Bledsoe has been.

  32. Thomas says:
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    My team has been ravaged my injuries this week. Teague, Hill, JV, Bjelica, Meyers, and I’ve been holding onto Nurkic all year. Not pretty. Anyway, I’ve been looking at trading for Reggie Jackson and was thinking about throwing Teague, Terrence Jones, and Sullinger, for Jackson, Marvin Williams, and Middleton? What do you think?

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @Thomas: Sounds fair to me. You definitely unload some injury risk that way. Looks pretty even, value wise though. I think Middleton will pull it together.

  33. Jerry says:
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    Hey, Adam! Would you trade MCW for Dragic? Both have been pretty bad so far, but I’m more confident in Dragic turning it around. Also, what about moving Korver for Jae Crowder? I’m in a twelve team head to head points league. Thanks and enjoy the weekend.

    • Adam

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      @Jerry: Definitely would move MCW for Dragic. He’s too smart a player not to turn it around. Korver for Crowder sounds good too. Korver just doesn’t have the youth anymore, and Crowder is a great, consistent, point source with his steal production.

  34. Jerry says:
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    Thanks for the help!

  35. Benjamin says:
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    Hello,
    I’m in a league with these cats: Points, 3s, Rebounds, Assists, Steals, Blocks, and DD

    Do you think it’s time to stash Tony Wroten or Kendal marshal? I have an IR spot and thinking about picking them up. It’s either them or Meyers Leonard. What do you think??

    • Adam

      Adam says:
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      @Benjamin: I’d go Wroten. Your league doesn’t count TOs or percentages.

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