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Ellis is heads and shoulders above any other player in the trade. That side wins.
I personally don't like Garnett for fantasy anymore (but he's been efficient the last couple years). Especially since there's a chance he'll be rested during fantasy playoffs for the real life playoffs. But he also has name value and you can trade him.
Adding Monta to your team is worth the trade
Can you please answer my 2 posts? One on trading for Kevin Love, and the other trading John Wall. Thanks
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it depends on your statistical needs, but all things equal, and assuming its a standard 12T league, i would go with rondo and bargnani.
even if bargnani's FG% goes back down to earth - which i'm guessing it will despite his improved shot selection - and rondo's scoring goes back to normal with a healthy big three, its still pretty even value-wise. the advantage of choosing those two is that you don't have a huge stat-killer on your team.
on the other hand, choosing howard gives you more flexibility to work the waiver wire, although you might have to reconfigure your entire team to get the most out of D12.
it really depends on your style of play. if you're like me and you prefer to have a team that's low-maintenance that you can pretty much leave on auto-pilot, go with rondo/bargnani. on the flip side, if you like working the waiver wire and can stomach howard's nasty FT%, then go with D12.
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