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I have too many Centers: Rasheed, Bosh, B. Lopez, Harrington, and Camby. I only want 4 of them. I could use a good PG or SF. If it's a PG i don't need assists as I am punting that cat. It's a head to head league with these cats: FGM, FG%, FTM, FT%, 3PTM, 3PT%, PTS, OREB, DREB, REB, AST, ST, BLK, and TO
heres my team:
and my 12 spot I use to rotate players to fill my lineup on a daily basis. Right now I have Farmar
We start; 1PG, 1SG, 1SF, 1PF, 1C, and 1UTL
I was thinking of giving up Rasheed. I wanted Gerald Wallace because he gets steals and at least some blks that I would be losing if I give up Rasheed. I'm hoping Bosh and Camby will be solid but can I count on B. Lopez and Harrington if I give up Rasheed. Or should I deal one or both of them instead?
Any other suggestion would be appreciated
For PG's, you'd probably want Devin Harris or Baron Davis if you're punting assists. For SF's, I'd probably aim for Butler, Granger, or Rashard.
If you're aiming for Harris or Davis, Camby's probably your best trade bait. For Granger or Rashard, I'd try using Sheed (you'd probably need to give more, though).
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I don't think I can get Granger, Butler or Harris. I don't want Baron because his career FG% sucks. I can try for Rashard.
If he takes it and i lose Rasheed do you think Lopez, Harrington, Camby, and Bosh are enough? I don't know if i can count on the first 2.
What about Gerald Wallace? The reason I really want him is that his stats come close to matching Rasheed in all the different cats. I don't want to give up too many blks
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Monta is gone. the thing is if I give up Lopez and Rasheed I will be giving up a lot of blks. I would like to get some back. That's why i was thinking about rasheed for Gerald Wallace. Gerald doesn't get as many blks as Rasheed but at least he gets some plus he gets more steals. If I give up Peja as well then I'll also be giving up a lot of 3s between him and rasheed.
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