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so yeah, then if the players do feel the burn and start stepping it up like crazy, then basically players like rip ai stuckey are all small gambles. small because if they dont go playoffs, they will at least maintain their current production, which is pretty darn good for all of them i would say.
what about peja for sjax or rip for sjax
I wouldn't do this trade solely because I don't think it's wise to give up Francisco Garcia right now. He has the potential to be a serious fantasy provider across the board as long as he's getting minutes, and health is really the only thing that can keep him off the court on a bad team like the Kings. Jackson is also going to steadily lose value when Monta Ellis comes back, despite the fact that his side of the deal probably wins out in three pointers. I wouldn't make this deal if you're getting Redd and Jackson here.
And hey- I don't know if you've ever heard of Rotomania.com before, but we now allow members to add their fantasy basketball teams to their Profile pages.
Would you mind being one of the first fantasy basketball fans to sign up and test out the site? Whenever you ask a trade question, your lineup automatically gets displayed so people can check out the rest of your team. You can also get your team rated on a numerical scale by creating a "Pimp My Team" post.
Here's an example of a recent trade involving Michael Redd that's up for discussion right now:
I hope you like what you see. Best of luck to you this week! -RM
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yea no problem, ill look into that website. seems kinda empty/low pop right now but hopefully that changes
back onto the question
good point regarding garcia, no one else seems to appreciate garcia's potential value as that i am hella trying to trade him.
i was offered jackson for rip straight up. take it? no?
i really want to trade peja because.. he's old and just 3's
peja for jackson?
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