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Dude, Morrow has one great game and suddenly he is in the NBA's top-50...one game is enough of a sample for me to believe in the guy and neither should you. Fantasy basketball is a marathon like fantasy baseball is and Morrow won't do anything for you in the playoffs come April. At least you know with Bosh that he can play alongside of Jermaine O'Neal and he's been consistent all year. I think you should trust what you have and hang tight for a little while.
Nah you don't win at all. Thats a fools trade.
Morrow has played one game worth anything. And he plays for Don Nelson, which means tomorrow he could be back on the bench for no reason.
Bosh is playing like a beast, perhaps the 2nd best fantasy big man after Howard. Fernandez is playing great. And Iverson may be not playing as well right now, he is stil Iverson.
Amare is showing he can't play while Shaq is on the floor, and the Suns new offesne has slowed things down. Joe Johnson is great and all, but why on earth do youw ant Morrow after one game? Whoever is trading you him, just picked him up off the wire.
DO NOT MAKE THAT TRADE.
assuming that i consider iverson for johnson to be of relative equal value, your getting a great deal because amare>>>bosh. as for the two role players it doesnt really matter, their worth is only dependent on your team needs.
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