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  • Pierre Pierre Dec 28, 2011 11:25 AM Flag

    answer mine i'll answer yours

    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? "

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    • 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.

 

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