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Curious to as how long people remain on the "cant cut list" ??
I am in my first fantasy league with 7 other buddies (8 of us total)
My current roster looks like this --
Steve Nash (PG)
Jrue Holiday (PG)
Kevin Martin (SG)
Boris Diaw (SF,PF,C)
Hedo Turkoglu (SF,PF)
Kevin Durant (SF)
Luis Scola (PF, C)
Zack Randolph (PF, C)
Ryan Anderson (PF, C)
Andrea Bargnani (PF, C)
Al Jefferson (PF, C)
Greg Monroe (C)
Roy Hibbert (C)
Basically I think I need more defense (my blocks/steals isnt really up there in comparison to the rest of the league) and I would like to get another SG in my lineup..
I was thinking Jarrett Jack to replace Jrue Holiday as he pissed me off with his 6 turnovers / 2 assists yesterday..
Really just curious about the "cant cut list" - But all input is welcome.
Too early to have that kind of a cut list. These guys haven't played that long. Nash is a keeper even though he isn't putting up points. He's always better after a month or two of games-have to remember he is older so it takes a while. If anything-you may have too many centers.
keep holiday (although i'm sure you know that by now) only person i would consider dropping on that team is turkoglu (biased decision though - i am armenian) but also he's the only person i don't expect great performances from on that list but then you'd be stuck with only 2 sf. i'm guessing you were on autodraft cuz you have all the centers in the world but kinda depleted everywhere else. why don't you offer ryan anderson and/or roy hibbert for a really good sg like monta ellis or something... see if any1 bites.
ya i really doubt you will win your league if you were thinking about dropping holiday for jack because of 1 bad turnover game. Even when i played my 1st year i wouldve never done a bonehead move like that. It's obvious you did no research on player values or fantasy bball in general
- 1 Reply to Jonathan
You may call him a noob, but looking at his team, he should be ok. Bargnani isn't a great rebounder and Anderson is avergage but guys like Z.Randolph, Monroe, and your other Centers should be able to carry the load in boards. You may be lacking in blocks, but I wouldn't sweat it, your team looks pretty good even for an 8-team league.
player are on cant cut list last forever until they get serious hurt then the cant cut comes out. Jrue Holiday will make mistake so early in the season because is his second season in the NBA but you need to have faith on him and see how it goes on to the season
- 1 Reply to Jose
Thanks buddy that's the answer I was looking for .. the "CANT CUT LIST" is final, until something severe happens.
I really want Jarrett Jack as I think hes gonna do a decent job at picking up where CP3 left off.. Any ideas on who I should cut to add him?
The players I can currently cut are...
I'm thinking Andrea Bargnani OR Ryan Anderson .. They both seem to be 3 point shooting PF,C that lack boards & defense... So i'm looking for a PG or SG to replace them.
Any input is greatly appreciated ..
- 1 Reply to Michael
Hey, thanks for explaining to me.. Like I mentioned, this is my first league.. Sorry for being an inconvenience, you must be happy we're not in the same league!! I'm not even to familiar with basketball or the great players involved in it I joined the league more-so as a favor, and was trying to atleast be somewhat competitive. All I know is I have 1 SG, an ol dude for a PG, and Jrue Holiday. After looking at Jrues previous GameLog, I was actually rather impressed.. Sorry fantasy basketball isnt my first priority, but with your lack of explanation and help, it appears the only ''kid'' around here is YOU. Show somethin or blow somethin, BIATCHHHHHHHHH.
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