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If Durant would still fit into that 3 years or less category, it would be worth considering. As it is, you're losing big time. CP3 and Durant will probably continue to put up comparably good stats. In the next few seasons, Durant will probably get a bit better than Paul, but for now, they're a draw. And Nowitzki is way better than Millsap. So if you're aiming to do well this year or even the next two years, don't take the deal. If you're just shooting for five years down the road, it's worth it, but that's so far away that things could change a lot.
In summary, DON"T DO IT!
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That one might be worth doing. Again, Durant and Paul are about even. But because it's keeper: slight advantage to Durant. Dirk is better than Amare but not by all that much. He is older but he also doesn't have the injury history of Amare. Advantage: Dirk. Johnson really should be outproducing Millsap. But he isn't, he's injured, and I'm not convinced he is going to get his FG% back up to his historic levels. Also, with it being a keeper league, he's gonna get worse in following years as Millsap improves.
I would probably take this but it's a close call. If you're not in a great position to win this season, accept. If you are in the running to win now, it depends on how much you think Johnson will pick up his play.
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