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  • Tyler Durden Tyler Durden Dec 28, 2011 11:22 AM Flag

    answer mine i'll answer yours

    aldridge + ben gordon

    for

    lowry + noah


    good trade?

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    • I prefer lowry/noah

      answer mine, it's the curry for dwill one

    • i like lowry side bc u get more overall stats. ben gordon has stuff to prove after last years disaster but doesnt offer much besides couple pts and 3s. and they are stacked at the g position (stuckey, gordon, knight, bynum, and may play daye at g too). i see ben gordon coming off the bench only becuase he has done it successfully in chicago. lowry is a bulldog and i like his upside this year and noah would compliment him nicely too

    • Id do it.

      PG- Russel Westbrook (OKC-PG)
      SG- Kevin Martin (Hou-SG)
      G- Mike Conley (Mem-PG)
      SF- Rudy Gay (Mem-SF,PF)
      PF- Kevin Love (PF,C)
      F- Hedo Turkoglu (Orl- SF, PF)
      C- Javale McGee (Was-PF,C)
      C- Tyson Chandler (NY-C)
      Util- Roy Hibbert (Ind-C)
      Util- Devin Harris (Uta-PG)
      BN- Jameer Nelson (Orl- PG)
      BN- Rodney Stuckey (Det-PG,SG)
      BN- Paul George (Ind- SG, SF)

      FG%, FT%, PTS, 3PTM,AST, STL, RBS, BLK, TO

      10 Team H2H

      I asked people what they think of my team and they gave it around an 8.5 Rating out of 10. They said it would increase dramatically to a 9 or 10, if I traded one of my guards (Stuckey,Jameer) for another SF or Scorer and i was thinking why not Stephen Jackson? What do you think. Could i get Stephen Jackson for Rodney Stuckey. Jacksons off to a slow start, and they are both similarily rated. (Jackson 83, Stuckey 89).

      Offered - Rodney Stuckey (PG,SG)
      For
      Stephen Jackson (SG,SF)

      Do I win this trade, and is there a chance it gets accepted? Was it bad advice? Ill probably lose in assists trading stuckey for Jackson

      I have offered this traade and hope it gets accepted.

      • 2 Replies to NY4Life
      • its definitely a viable trade, but i'm intrigued by stuckey's 3-point shooting. it may be something he worked on in the off season. if he can nail that 3 ball consistently, he should be worth a bit more than jackson is.

        looks like a pretty well-rounded team. other than FG%, i don't see any gaping holes that need immediate attention. i would stick with that team for a few weeks before i make any big moves. like they say, if it ain't broke..

      • it definitely a viable trade, but i'm intrigued by stuckey's 3-point shooting. it may be something he worked on in the off season. if he can nail that 3 ball consistently, he should be worth a bit more than jackson is.

        looks like a pretty well-rounded team. other than FG%, i don't see any gaping holes that need immediate attention. i would stick with that team for a few weeks before i make any big moves. like they say, if it ain't broke..

    • thanks for the feedback, just answered everyone's question.

    • noah gives you more cats than aldridge but aldridge gives you more of the cats that he does give you. I dont really guy lowry yet. gordon has not competition for playing time right now so i think i would stick with what you have right now. may be a good trade though in a couple of weeks though

      plz go to mine on am i making a mistake

    • Yeah I like the Lowry/Noah side. Aldridge is a beast but Lowry has the sole PG responsibility on his team. Noah is pretty much a double-double guarantee with 2 blocks (ignore his first couple games, everyone is rusty).

      It's a pretty fair trade and it depends on what your team needs, but I make this trade especially if I need assists. Ben Gordon has not proven to me that he'll make too much fantasy impact yet.

    • Yeah I'd take that.. I think Aldridge has pretty much hit his ceiling and with Crawford/Felton coming in, his scoring will be down a bit from last year.

    • I think its a very good trade, I have Lowry on my fantasy team and he is doing really well for me. I remember Noah had a lot of rebounds last year before he got injured so I think if he can stay healthy Noah should be more than fine.

      My question is a bit longer so bear with me.

      Would you trade Nash, Harden and Humphries to get Curry, Eric Gordon, and Boris Diaw? I would have to get rid of a 5th round pick next year but pick up the guys 6th round pick. My team is:

      PG Steve Nash (Pho - PG)
      SG Kevin Martin (Hou - SG)
      G James Harden (OKC - SG,SF)
      SF LeBron James (Mia - SF,PF)
      PF Dirk Nowitzki (Dal - PF)
      F Chris Bosh (Mia - PF,C)
      C LaMarcus Aldridge (Por - PF,C)
      C DeMarcus Cousins (Sac - PF,C)
      Util Marcus Thornton (Sac - SG)
      Util Kris Humphries (NJ - PF)
      BN Danilo Gallinari (Den - SF)
      BN Kyle Lowry (Hou - PG)
      BN Paul George (Ind - SG,SF)

      FYI I can ask for Wall instead of Curry btw, so would you want Wall over Curry? Or should I keep Nash and Thorton. Thanks a lot!

    • Aldridge is a stud but Gordon has struggled in Detroit. You'll certainly gain scoring but that's about it in my opinion. Lowry's value is high.

      Answer mine please:

      "I was offered Monta Ellis and Michael Beasley for Tyreke Evans and Kevin Martin. I am pretty thin at the SF position and have a pretty good amount of PG's/SG's so I could afford to give up 2 guards but should I pull the trigger? "

      • 2 Replies to Pierre
      • sorry about the late reply.

        statistically, it won't make much of a difference, but it will take care of your positional need.

        personally, i'd hold on to evans because i think he'll get back to being a 20/5/5 guy this year. martin is a perennial health risk, but the same concerns can be raised of monta, whose daredevil playing style and league-high playing 40 mpg could bite him in the bum in this year's condensed season.

        injury-risk aside, i'd still stick with evans and martin because of the former's upside and the latter's nice FT impact, which isn't easy to find.

      • sorry about the late reply.

        statistically, it won't make much of a difference, but it will take care of your positional need.

        personally, i'd hold on to evans because i think he'll get back to being a 20/5/5 guy this year. martin is a perennial health risk, but the same concerns can be raised of monta, whose daredevil playing style and league-high playing 40 mpg could bite him in the bum in this year's condensed season.

        injury-risk aside, i'd still stick with evans and martin because of the former's upside and the latter's nice FT impact, which isn't easy to find.