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Only if you have great scoring and really lack rebounding. Camby only puts up 9 PPG compared to Yao's 22. The rebounds are 4 in difference, but blocks are higher.
Don't do it, only because of the high chance Camby goes down with an injury.
I'm not sure why anyone would really offer this trade, other than the fear of a Camby injury themselves, or basic need. If you are in a 9 category league, and your team is among the league's worst in Blocks and Rebounds, then I would consider it. If you're not in dire need of Blocks and some extra Rebounds, I don't see why you would risk it. It's all about having a balanced team, and becuase these two guys are of similar value, just decide based on the other guys on your team and how they fill your categories.
No, not even close. Camby is going to be hurt while Yao Ming in my opinion is a top 2 or 3 center. You will not get a center better at FG%, FT%, Pts, Reb, Ass, and blocks. He gets very good numbers in all of the above except only decent numbers in Assists.
Yao will get you more points, Camby will get you a bit more boards and blks.
so really its w/e you need for your team.
I'd rather have Camby just cuz its easier to get more points elsewhere than blocks.
but then theres aways the injury risk factor of Camby's nimble body
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yeah.. i'm afraid if he gets injured.. but then again, my team is injury prone already...
right now, i have..
do i need camby? .. i'm pretty much winning pts, rebs, and ast already.
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