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12 team Head, 9 standard cat.
Would this trade go through? Why or why not?
curry had the highest FT% last year as well as an incredibly high 3pt% and fg%, you also get 3pts, pts, asts and stls. His ankle could be a problem through out the season though. Blake will post up good points, especially with the addition of CP3 I would expect a lot of alley oops. He also gets a lot of rebounds. Scola is consistent an though you would be upgrading with Odom, I don't think that Howard is worth Curry and Griffin. The only exception is curry's ankle.
I'm a GSW fan btw.
I would take Odom and Howard for sure.
Griffin does not get comparable numbers to Howard. Howard has a waaaay better fg % than Griffin and comparable numbers elsewhere.
Only concern is that Howard might be a little uninspired playing with Orl this year.
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With my bigs being Milicic, Boozer, Griffin, Milsap, & Scola, Howard would reall help me in the blks. category. I think I have more than enough rebounds, but I also believe that my PF/C position could use a slight bbit of tweaking. Do you really believe that I have to have D12?
Don't do this; you'll take a hit in 3s, ft%, and points. As enticing as blocks may seem, you can always rely on someone like DeAndre Jordan, McGee, Ibaka, or even Dalembert to fill in that stat without bringing your FT% down so much.
Please answer my thread "What categories need improvement"
thx for the help earlier. If I were you I would NOT do this trade. I think you're giving up wayy too much. Griffin alone can produce numbers close to that of Dwight's, and Curry is a late first round pick (although he rolls his ankles way too much). Scola is solid and I feel that Odom is inconsistent.
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