After witnessing the Philadelphia lose their eleventh straight contest this year, needless to say, it certainly takes balls to be a 76ers fan right now. I’m not referring to testicular fortitude or alpha masculinity, but rather literally, to the ping pong balls of hope known as the 2016 NBA Draft Lottery. With the possibility of multiple lottery picks in the 2016 Draft, it’s going to be okay Philadelphia fans. Put down your weapons, we’ll get through this together.

But it may take some time, since the franchise is focusing on future contention; the on-court product suffers as the 76ers appear to be the worst team in basketball once again.

At this point, I’m just surprised Philadelphia still has a team website, since they can’t string three “W’s” together…

I think I’m going to hide in a corner for the rest of my life after that joke.

Philly, I’m rooting for you, and I’m rooting for the process!

Jahil Okafor continued to impact the box score with a 19 points, 11 boards, 1 assist, 1 steal, and 2 blocks. The Rookie of the Year frontrunner recorded his second straight double double against a soft Dallas front court. Luckily for fantasy owners, Okafor will see plenty of minutes to develop in the interim despite concerns about his immediate impact to the team’s chances of winning. Long term, his inabilities to defend the rim and stretch the floor may impact his fit in Philadelphia. I don’t think the coaching staff has any surprising moves in store for 2015 (such as playing more small ball around Noel or limiting Okafor’s minutes experimenting with more perimeter-based lineups), but moving forward, it is a trend to monitor as he continues to develop this year.

Jerami Grant – Toggling between both forward sports, Grant was able to net 13 points, 3 rebounds, and a steal. He’s had a small uptake in minutes over the past week (29 last night, and over 30 in two of his last 3 games), but with Robert Covington returning from injury, his upside is limited moving forward. As Philly sorts our their wing rotation in the immediate future, Grant is still best left of the waiver wire.

T.J. McConnell – If he ever scores more than 20 points in a game, I’m officially declaring for the NBA Draft since apparently anyone can do it (I scored 8 points in a pickup game last night in case any front offices were wondering). With 13 points, 6 rebounds, and 7 assists last night, McConnell is firmly entrenched as the starting point guard, and a daily fantasy darling. As McConnell’s value continues to climb, I would begin exploring trade possibilities for the popular waiver wire addition. With the return of Kendall Marshall and Tony Wroten, McConnell may not see 30+ minutes by default every night, although he is certainly playing like he deserves those minutes. While it may be early, it’s something worth exploring in the event his role diminishes.

Chandler Parsons – Set season highs with 20 points in 21 minutes. For everyone who’s been anxiously waiting Parson’s return, I need to remind you, it was against the 76ers…

Wesley Matthews – After resting on the second game of a back-to-back, Matthews was underwhelming last night with 7 points, 2 rebounds, and 1 assist while shooting 1-6 from 3. It’s going to take time for Matthews to return to his former status, but the number of shot attempts is promising for his future fantasy value.

Dwight Powell – Despite a pedestrian outing last night with 7 points, 8 rebounds, and 1-3 from the foul line, Powell should be owned in all standard leagues.

Monta Ellis – With George Hill sitting out last night with a respiratory infection, Ellis became the starting point guard and responded with 20 points, 6 assists, 4 rebounds, 1 block, and 1 steal on 9-20 shooting from the field. Scoring 20 points in consecutive games, Ellis finally appears to be getting on track after a slow start.

C.J. Miles – 19 points on 5-8 shooting from deep. While Hill and Rodney Stuckey are returning from injury, Miles is the main beneficiary, making him a solid streaming option for the remainder of the week.

Paul George – 26 points, 7 rebounds, and 5 assists: Not even a triple-double, so not even worth mentioning.

Marcus Smart – After shooting 1-11 from the field, I think we need a brief refresher of the objectives in basketball: the goal is the score the basketball by shooting in THROUGH the net. Now that we’re on the same page, 9 rebounds, 6 assists, and 5 steals are a nice way to contribute on a night when you’re laying more bricks than construction workers.

Isaiah Thomas – Led all scorers with 23 points to compliment 6 assists, 3 rebounds, and 2 steals on 9-12 shooting. Despite his reputation as a super sixth man, Thomas started alongside Smart, recording his 6th start of the season. This subtle lineup change has increased Thomas’ fantasy value as he’s scored more than 20 points in his past three games.

Amir Johnson – Not quite a fantasy stud yet, but started last night and responded with 6 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals, and 1 block in only 20 minutes. Johnson is a solid value play in daily fantasy lineups, but until he sees a larger role in the Celtics rotation, the multifaceted big man is still not worth a roster spot.

Jared Sullinger – A popular waiver wire addition last week, Sullinger had a modest outing scoring 9 points with 6 rebounds, 3 assists, and 1 block while making a 3-pointer. Most notably, Sullinger started the game at center and went +20 during his time on the court. If Sullinger can continue to benefit the team with his on-court presence, his fantasy production will see an uptick in the coming weeks.

Terrence Jones – 15 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists, and 1 steal on 7-14 from the field. Jones is paying huge dividends for owners patient enough to wait for his return. Unfortunately, I’m afraid his recent performances might signify a decreasing role for Marcus Thornton. Thornton appears to be the odd one out in Houston, playing only 12 minutes last night. Thornton saw extended action in small ball lineups with Trevor Ariza at the 4. As a shooter without a strong defensive reputation, Thornton has been relegated to the bench in favor of lineups with Ariza and Jones at both forward positions. While it might be a little too early, I think Thornton is droppable in most leagues.

James Harden – With a season low 10 field goal attempts, “The Beard” underwhelmed with 16 points and 3 assists last night. No reason for fantasy owners to panic, but I think his value is slipping slightly from his MVP heights of last season.

Russell Westbrook – As much as it pains my fantasy team to witness Kevin Durant sidelined with an injury, there is simply nothing better than watching Westbrook playing as the alpha on the Thunder. With 40 points, 14 assists, 3 rebounds, and 3 steals, produced in bulk for fantasy owners. Although every night he doesn’t record a quadruple-double or rip the rim off from the backboard is a huge moral disappointment.

Dion Waiters – After playing 38 minutes off the bench, apparently the tables have turned in OKC with Waiters going 6-14 from the field for 14 points, 7 rebounds, and 2 assists. I don’t want to say he’s a legitimate fantasy option yet, but Waiter’s Island is looking to repopulate in KD’s absence.

Serge Ibaka – 18 points, 9 rebounds, and 3 blocks while hitting 2-3 from deep. Ibaka is so consistent I constantly have to remind myself he’s one of the best bigs in the NBA. Does anyone else think his game is weirdly boring for no apparent reason? No? Just me? Whatever…

Marc Gasol– 17 points, 6 rebounds, 6 assists, and 1 block for Big Spain in 35 minutes. Grizzlies have won 3 straight, and I think a large part of their mini win streak is Gasol’s ability to facilitate the offense. As long as he’s racking up assists, Gasol is back to fantasy glory.

Mario Chalmers – THIS IS NOT A JOKE: Chalmers scored 29 points off the bench while going 13-15 from the line. This is his also second straight game of recording 10+ foul shouts attempts. This is too weird to be real. I must’ve accidentally fallen asleep and be dreaming this.

Jeff Green – Sometimes he’s good, sometimes he’s not. Last night he was good with 20 points, 5 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 steals, and 1 block while making 2 3s. If only there was a way to harness this ability for good!

Ed Davis – With Meyers Leonard out for the next 4-6 weeks, I assumed Davis would inherit his spot in the starting lineup. I was very wrong as the Blazers elected to start Chris Kaman alongside Mason Plumlee (RIP spacing). I’m convinced this must’ve been an accident and Terry Stotts was too uncomfortable to approach Kaman to tell him he was in fact, not starting. However, with Davis failing to score last night, maybe he made the right decision after all.

Noah Vonleh – Coming along slowly as he begins to grasp the concept of “defense”, but Vonleh saw 22 minutes off the bench and responded with 3 points, 6 rebounds, and 1 assist. He’s still a a good bit away from making a significant impact, but his playing over 20 minutes on consecutive nights is a good indicator of his growing role during Leonard’s absence.

Damian Lillard – Played 42 minutes last night. Remember that one kid from every child sports team that never got tired?? I would assume that’s Lillard, but then I remember he still rests on defense…

Kawhi Leonard – There really isn’t anything he didn’t do last night (besides make a free throw) finishing with 19 points, 9 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals, 2 blocks while shooting 3-5 from deep.

LaMarcus Aldridge – Set a season-low with 6 points against his old team as they schemed to take away the All-Pro. Although many predicted LMA to continue improving his 3-point shot going into this year, this is the second straight game in which he didn’t even attempt a 3-pointer.

Danny Green – 12 points, 2 assists, and 1 rebound while hitting 2-5 from deep. Tying his season-high for points, it’s apparent Green is still struggling in the new Spurs offense. Maybe if I keep saying things will get better, then they actually will?

Nick Young – Not a real fantasy option, but one of my favorite humans after comparing the Lakers to NSYNC the other night.

Metta World Peace – There’s an honest argument to be made that the artist formerly known as Artest is a fantasy option in deeper leagues. I don’t want to lose all my sanity to this argument, but I’m just saying, it’s out there. But after 12 points, 4 rebounds, and 2-4 from 3 in 21 minutes, I’m sure there are more outlandish things than rostering him.

Julius Randle – Only 6 points, 5 rebounds, and 2 assists to accompany 4 turnovers and 5 fouls last night. Been taking too many shots in isolation, maybe Kobe Bryant isn’t the best mentor after all?

Brandon Knight – It was a good night indeed as he recorded his first career triple-double on a monster 30/10/15 line. I’m not superstitious, only a little stitious, but consider changing you pregame rituals to whatever you did last night.

Tyson Chandler – 9 rebounds, 0 points, and 1 steal on 23 minutes. Chandler’s defensive contributions make him a valuable fantasy option most nights, but he’s leaving a lot to be desired offensively. With Alex Len playing 25 minutes last night and recording 10 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 blocks, Phoenix will be looking to expand his role as the season progresses.

P.J. Tucker – Still starting. Free T.J. Warren!!!

  1. draco21 says:
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    No mention of Nerlens Noel? The guy was doing his best. Theo Ratliff imitation… At least Theo had a dependable 12ft jumper. This guy continues to brick. He’s starting to turn into the Center version of pre-Bucks MCW. Perhaps if they trade him to the Bucks Kidd would do his magic and reduce his TO and increase FT% a tad?

    GADDAMMIT NERLENS. DO THE OMER ASIK AND JUST GO FOR THE OREBS AND DUNK THE BALL!!!!!!!!!!!

    • charlie

      charlie says:
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      @Matt: @draco21:

      I originally wrote about him in the Jahil Okafor block, but then scrapped it haha.

      Noel went for 12 and 12 last night in case anyone was wondering!

      I think he’s just been brainwashed into thinking he needs to shoot more as a pick-and-pop threat. Last night Noel missed all 4 of his shots outside the paint, including two beyond the free throw line.

      I think if he played to his strengths then he would look a little more like Asik. It would also help if he can catch the ball while moving.

      Read more: http://basketball.razzball.com/trust-process-bunch-nonsense#ixzz3rlDjyZ52

  2. Matt says:
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    I’m hanging onto Amir to hope that he ends up getting more minutes eventually. It’s only a matter of time before D. Lee and/or Sully get hurt, am I right? He’s still getting good steals and blocks in the “limited” minutes.

    • charlie

      charlie says:
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      @Matt:

      Poor David Lee, he played only 5 minutes last night and appears to be the most likely candidate to be phased out of the rotation.

      But Boston has a deep rotation and wants them to all see significant minutes. I think Johnson finally sees 30+ minutes in the event of injury.

      Also don’t forget the possibility of Sully or Lee moving at the trade deadline too. If the right deal is available, Ainge will pull the trigger and free up some more minutes for Amir (unless they trade for Boogie, then all hope is lost).

  3. charlie

    charlie says:
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    I originally wrote about him in the Jahil Okafor block, but then scrapped it haha.

    Noel went for 12 and 12 last night in case anyone was wondering!

    I think he’s just been brainwashed into thinking he needs to shoot more as a pick-and-pop threat. Last night Noel missed all 4 of his shots outside the paint, including two beyond the free throw line.

    I think if he played to his strengths then he would look a little more like Asik. It would also help if he can catch the ball while moving.

  4. I'm Harden for your love says:
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    I just picked up Steve Adams what do you think about his game. I always liked him and thought he was a good fit on OKC. With a little more run and an improving game I’m hoping he can be very serviceable in my 12 team league that has 2 center spots.

    • charlie

      charlie says:
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      @I’m Harden for your love:

      Who else is available on the waiver wire?

      Adams helps most with blocks and field goal percentage, and he’s an excellent fit on paper in OKC. His recent uptick in minutes is more of a result of KD’s injury instead of his growing role.

      I am a little hesitant to pick him up because his ceiling is limited due to his role in the Thunder’s rotation. He’s been starting, but isn’t making too much of an impact on the box score. Adams is there to clean up the glass on offense and block shots on defense. Due to his offensive limitations, Adams often is the first man squeezed out of the starting lineup.

      When the Thunder want to go small, Ibaka moves to the 5 and Adams moves to the bench.

      Enes Kanter isn’t a threat to his starting spot, but if anything, this makes Adams a little less valuable since he’s there to collect Westbrook/Durant misses. According to NBA.com, his Player Impact Estimate is only 7.6 for the season. And this is a reflection of his usage in OKC’s lineups.

      Adams isn’t propping up bench units with scoring or playmaking, or even contributing to the offensively flow during his minutes with the starters. To me, this limits his ceiling since he is playing within a well-defined role in about 25 MPG.

      I think his fantasy upside may not be as high as others on the waiver wire since I do not think a breakout is in the cards this year.

      • I'm Harden for your love says:
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        @charlie:
        May waiver is waiver run dry. I need big man stats and only players like Dieng, Patterson, Hill, Henson, Ed Davis, Mozgov, Len, O’Quinn are available.

        • I'm Harden for your love says:
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          @I’m Harden for your love:

          Humphries but that I’m guessing his recent play is only cuz Beal was out?

          • charlie

            charlie says:
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            @I’m Harden for your love:

            In that case, I think Adams is probably your best option. No one is going to get you more blocks and shoot as well.

            Pay attention to Alex Len because he’s been seeing more minutes over the last week.

            Ed Davis is also someone to monitor because I am inclined to think he will see more minutes with Leonard out.

            And Humphries production is a little inflated, but I think he’s actually making a for himself to be more involved in the offense. Going into this season, Humphries was attempting to rebrand himself as a stretch 4, and has finally started getting some traction in doing so over the last week.

            He’s hit at least one 3 in each of his last 5 games and has hit multiple 3s in two of them. Even when Beal returns, his shooting will keep him in the starting lineup where he may continue producing around similar levels.

            As a legitimate stretch 4 around Beal and Wall, there’s no reason to think Humphries won’t have every opportunity to succeed the rest of the year.

            • I'm Harden for your love says:
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              @charlie:

              You’re a good addition to the Razz Ball team Charlie. I’d like to see you chime in on some of JB and Slims comments/posts to get your views.

              • charlie

                charlie says:
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                @I’m Harden for your love:

                Thanks for the kind words! I’ll definitely start being more active on the comments and posts!

  5. JG says:
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    Hey Charlie,

    12 team, 9 cat H2H league. How do you feel about Batum & Ellis/T. Young for P. Gasol & Hayward/T. Jones?

    • charlie

      charlie says:
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      @JG:

      I think I might try to restructure the deal slightly. Right now, Batum is the best player in the deal, and he has no signs of slowing down, scoring 33 and 28 in his last two outings.

      Gordon Hayward is officially in buy low territory, but I think you are giving up too much immediate value for the possibility of a slight increase in production by trading those two.

      I think if you can manage to trade for Gasol and Terrence Jones, it will be a great step to strengthening your frontcourt

  6. Wutang says:
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    Great ramblings!

    in a 10 team league, and the worst twin Lopez just hit the wire. DRose was dropped as well. Do I have any interest? team is as follows:

    PG: Bledsoe, IT3, Payton, J. Clarkson
    SG: Harden
    SF: PG13, Gallinari
    PF: #Occupy, Favors, T. Jones, Amir
    C: Hibbert, Sullinger

    • charlie

      charlie says:
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      @Wutang:

      WUTANG CLAN COMIN’ AT YA!!!!

      Sorry about that…. Anyway, sometimes the best decision is just holding on to what you have and avoiding the wavier wire.

      Lopez is not much of a rebounder and doesn’t have a ton of upside. Sullinger and Hibbert are already upgrades in most categories and are comparable in blocks (Hibbert having the advantage). Don’t think he’s worth the addition.

      But if you’re looking for an upgrade in assists, I think Rose is a better option than Clarkson. He’s also a better rebounder, but his FG percentage is still pretty bad right now.

      • Wutang says:
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        @charlie: love the enthusiasm, id question you if you didnt yell wutang at me!

        thanks for the advice, I was more worried about Lopez than Rose as my team is not much for boards this year. Really helped! making sure to use my stream spots nightly

        • charlie

          charlie says:
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          @Wutang:

          How many waiver additions can you make? If you’re making the right moves, definitely going to be less of a weakness moving forward.

          Who else is on the waiver wire?

  7. SB says:
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    any thoughts?

    Who would you pick Brandon Knight or Gordon Hayward? for 9cat league 10er

    • SB says:
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      @SB: Hayward is starting slow this year while Knight is quite having a good start. Who would be more consistent or valuable in the long run?

      • charlie

        charlie says:
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        @SB:

        I think it’s looking like Knight will be more consistent and valuable in the long run. It’s easy to say that after watching Knight explode for a monster triple double, but Hayward’s slow start is definitely concerning. Utah is playing at similar pace and his usage rating is very comparable to last year, so it’s a matter of time before he finds his rhythm.

        I think he’s going to be more valuable in a couple weeks once he plays his way out of a rut, but last night showed Knight’s ceiling.

        I think Knight is in a system that accentuates his strengths and provides him with opportunities to play to them as well.

        Knight’s scoring over 20 PPG while contributing over 4 assists and rebounds per game while hitting 2.5 3PM. IT’s going to take Hayward a little more time to return to his previous averages, but I like Knight’s upside a little more.

  8. Scott says:
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    Phoenix will be looking to expand his role as the season progresses:

    Referring to Alex Len, correct?

    • charlie

      charlie says:
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      @Scott:

      Correct Señor! Chandler is more than serviceable as a starting center, but my expectation is for Phoenix to give Len a few more minutes (and occasional spot start) to start seeing his production in an expanded role.

      Given Chandler’s offensive limitations, I think Len has some upside in that lineup.

  9. Noel says:
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    I think the key point with Parsons is that he is still coming back from injury. I don’t care whether his stats came against the 76ers, Cavs, Hawks, or Spurs.

    Not saying there isn’t a difference, but if Parsons is 100% healthy and getting 30+ mpg than you will be able to make a better analysis of his value.

    • charlie

      charlie says:
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      @Noel:

      I was getting at the notion that Parsons is officially ready to start contributing. I was trying to be sarcastic by throwing in the 76ers, but he’s definitely not there yet.

  10. Joe says:
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    Would you drop Bazemore or Jabari for Dwight Powell?

    • charlie

      charlie says:
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      @Joe:

      Who are you other bigs?? Jabari has the most potential of the group so I don’t feel comfortable dropping him as he is starting to develop in MIL.

      Bazemore is the one to drop, but your team will take a hit in 3PM by adding Powell.

      • Joe says:
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        @charlie:

        Thanks Charlie. Other bigs are: M. Gasol, Gortat, Thad Young, Aaron Gordon, & Myles Turner on IR. I’m light on big men but have Harden, Bledsoe, Batum, Clarkson, Ellis, Smart and Hood in the guard/swing positions. Worth making the swap?

        • charlie

          charlie says:
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          @Joe:

          I think it’s worth making the swap. Assuming Harden find his shot, he should make up the difference in your 3 point shooting by himself.

  11. jdubs says:
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    Hey Charlie, great stuff as always!

    Looking to drop courtney lee. notable FA’s: Jeff Green (coming off waivers in a couple days), Taj Gibson, hollis-jefferson. Is it worth it to put in a bid for jeff green and wait a couple days over the other guys?

    My Roster, 9 cat 14 team h2h:
    PG: Elfrid, McConnell, Teague
    SG: Covington, LaVine, (c.lee)
    SF: Jimmy butler, A. Gordon, Chandler Parsons
    PF: Favors, Sullinger
    C: Okafor, Gobert

    Thanks!

    • jdubs says:
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      @jdubs:

      also on the wire: Nurkic, Meyers Leonard, Ty Johnson. No IL

      • charlie

        charlie says:
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        @jdubs:

        Didn’t see this, but think I’m going to keep my answer. With no IL spot, it’s going to be frustrating to waste a spot on a guy recovering over the next 4 weeks as opposed to immediate value with Green.

    • charlie

      charlie says:
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      @jdubs:

      Of the guys you mentioned, I would definitely place a bid for Jeff Green.

      Gibson can contribute in many areas, but he doesn’t standout in any one category. And Hollis-Jefferson is still too far away from being fantasy relevant. His rebounding is good, but the rest of his game needs more polish.

  12. Johnny Boy says:
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    Hey, i laughed at the sixers joke. Don’t hold back man keep it coming I’m seeing improvement each week.

    • charlie

      charlie says:
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      @Johnny Boy:

      Thank you!

  13. burningbridges247 says:
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    In a dynasty league, just traded an $8 Julius Randle for a $1 Myles Turner. I’ll get to keep him for $6 next year, while Randle would have cost $13. I’m pretty happy about this, even though Turner is currently injured. Thoughts?

    • charlie

      charlie says:
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      @burningbridges247:

      Rebuilding for the future?

      Randle is in a weird position with Kobe hijacking the Lakers offense on a nightly basis. As a result, I think next year he might be more consistent since he’ll have additional opportunities to make plays. However, his lack of perimeter scoring and defense will limit his upside.

      Right now, it’s just too early to predict Randle’s true upside, but I think it’s a sound move scooping up Myles Turner.

      I think he’s the safer play and he at least as a role in Indiana as their center of the future. Turner has a definite fit in the organization and will likely be starting next year.

      Good foresight on this trade.

      • burningbridges247 says:
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        @charlie: Ha! Not rebuilding JUST yet!
        The reason I made the trade are the reasons you stated. Turner just seems to be the better player. Maybe not right now, but in the not-too-distant future I see him being worth a lot more than what I will be paying for him. Nice to see you concur. Thanks!

        • charlie

          charlie says:
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          @burningbridges247:

          No problem! But ultimate I think Randle’s price tag is a little too high. Good work!

  14. Tyler says:
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    Monta + Covington or Markieff + McCollum + Jabari
    16team 9cat h2h redraft

    • charlie

      charlie says:
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      @Tyler:

      Markieff/McCollum/Jabari without a doubt.

  15. Tyler says:
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    StanJo or Gary Harris?

    • charlie

      charlie says:
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      @Tyler:

      Ahhhh this is such a tough one. I think Gary Harris has a clearer path to finally seeing more minutes. Better shooter, but worse rebounder than StanJo. Other than that, both seem pretty comparable. I’ll take Harris since he looks ready for a larger role right now while Johnson is still a bit away form major minutes.

      • Tyler says:
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        @charlie: how about lauvergne ?
        I have stanjo and thinkin if i should.stash or drop for either gary or lauvergne?

        • Tyler says:
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          @Tyler: willie cauley stein also available btw. Looking for best playe

          • charlie

            charlie says:
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            @Tyler:

            Lauvergne over Stein right now, but once Nurkic returns, I am a little worried about Lauvergne’s spot in the rotation.

            I still have Stein on my team (part stubborness, part thinking he’ll turn it around) but I would pass on him for now.

  16. Wen says:
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    Hi Charlie, who has better overall value ROS?
    Ersan Ilyasova or Luol Deng

    Thanks for the advice.

    • charlie

      charlie says:
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      @Wen:

      Luol Deng. He’s a better rebounder, facilitator, and scorer than Ilyasova.

      He wont hit as many 3s, but I think he has more upside than Ilyasova.

  17. Wen says:
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    Also, Kent Bazemore shows up in the waiver. Who should I drop to add him or stay put?
    Will Barton, C.J. Miles, Andre Iguodala, J.R. Smith

    I am kind of leaning J.R. Smith. Thanks for the help.

    • charlie

      charlie says:
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      @Wen:

      Depending on the rotation when Hill and Stuckey return, it could be CJ Miles (assuming he gets totally phased out), but I agree it’s JR Smith.

      There isn’t a lot of room for a guy who’s scoring 12 points per game and contributing little else outside of 3s. The scary part is he’s been doing this without Kyrie and Shumpert.

      Best to part ways now and pick up Bazemore.

  18. bangbang says:
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    Rubio and Whiteside or Gay and Ibaka?

    • bangbang says:
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      @bangbang:
      9 cat h2h

      • charlie says:
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        @bangbang:

        Rubio and Whiteside Assists and blocks for daaays

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