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Jennings or Conley?
I like em both a lot and they put up real similar numbers. I'd give a slight edge to Conley and his better FG% I also think that Conley will sustain the number of steals he's getting throughout the season, Jennings might not. You can't really go too wrong with either of those two. I'd go Jennings if you need a slight edge in threes, points and can afford his shooting %. Conley if you need steals and consistent shooting.
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hmm tough call...i'm 2nd last in fg% and pts but i have dirk and wall so i think that may improve when their healthy. unsure what i should do lol...i'd have to give up either millsap or pau gasol for one of em
I'd rather have Turner. Gordon probably has the most potential when healthy, but who knows if he'll ever be 100% again? It's looking more and more like the Brandon Roy situation.
To answer your other question, betwee Jennings and Conley, I actually prefer Conley, although Jennings is ranked higher. I just like Conley's consistency better. He is less likely to score 30 points on any given night like Jennings, but he is also less likely to go thru streaks of bad games.
This is a good question.
I don't like anything that's going on around Eric Gordon right now. There's the obvious blown knee, but he seems like he wants out of N.O. and the Hornets seem like they're feeling pretty burned by that sentiment, and rightfully so. Gordon could be traded by January or February, and this is all my personal speculation, but I think the Hornets are trying to keep him off the court and in rehab as long as possible to get his knee into shape just long enough to get someone else to take over his contract. I wouldn't be surprised to see Gordon hit the floor for a month as a Hornet while they work the phone lines real hard trying to get him shipped off. That would give Gordon a great run in fantasy from mid January til the trade deadline. He's already expressed disappointment in not being signed by Phoenix, and I bet the Hornets feel the same way. It aint much, but there it is.
Turner just disappoints me in general with his play, but I'd rather have a player I know is gonna step on the court and be inconsistent than a guy that can't get his head and body into the game at all.
Stick with Turner
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