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I play in a 12 team league 9 cat h2h
Here is my team:
Pg: Goran Dragic, Damian Lillard, Isaiah Thomas
Sg: Klay Thomspon, Demar Derozan
Sf: Josh Smith, Jeff Green
Pf: Ryan Anderson, Carlos Boozer
Center: Dwight Howard, Glen Davis, JJ Hickson
Utils: Brandon Roy, Alfaroque Aminu, bryon mullens
Should I trade Damian Lillard, Isaiah Thomas and Ryan Anderson for Greg Monroe, Steve Nash, and Ricky Rubio. Any Help/ Advice would be appreciated as well such as what I can do to improve my team. Thank You.
Lillard is already a great player and we have no idea what his ceiling is. Hold onto him.
Also, trading three healthy players for two injured players and one healthy is a bad move. You're taking on needless risk and I don't think you're getting enough in return. Doesn't matter how good a player is if his leg is broken or his knee is torn up, they will not see the court for months and will be on minute restrictions for a while when they do.
You should be trying to shop Aminu while his value is high. I'm not convinced by his two good games, but I bet someone out there is.
DeRozan and Jeff Green are also a couple of weak links, I'd send those guys packing the moment they have a good couple games as well.
I would accept this trade, it seems as if it would help strengthen the depth of your team. Monroe is a very strong big man, and could easily put up 20 10 numbers this season. In addition, Nash's numbers will perk up once the season progresses, he is bound to get more assists with Dwight Pau and Kobe on his side. Rubio will be a strong player once he returns, and in a H2H league, this is valuable. Check out my Big Trades post. Thanks.
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