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  • Slim Slim Dec 20, 2012 8:33 PM Flag

    Be grateful Glen Davis went down.

    .449/.747/0/16.0/7.9/1.8/1.0/0.7/2.0

    Two poor percents even though they are career highs, no 3s, low end steals/blocks for any position, doesn't help in assists, turnovers are league average for 33 min/game guy. That leaves you with a 16/8 player who doesn't help in nearly any other category. I don't understand why people want him on their fantasy team, in a 12 team league or less. I believe if he is on your team consider yourself fortunate to have a reason to move on... end rant...

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    • Well now that he's hurt it doesn't matter, but before that, it really all depends on who is actually on the wire in your leagues. For example I am in 1 very competitive 12 team h-2-h keeper leauge. Brandon Bass and Kousta Koufos are the 2 best options available for players who are PF,C eligible. Bass has been in and out of the starting lineup and inconsistent all year, and Koufos' minutes are inconsistent with Mozgov and McGee in town, and up until the last week or so he hadn't even been rebounding or blocking shots consistently.
      I'm in another 16 team h-2-h league where the best available PF,C eligible options are Nick Collison and Meyers Leonard.

      So, yes Big Baby is over-rated. But no he is not better than any FA pickup in most competitive 12 team or higher leagues... And NO 1 steal per game is not considered "low end steals". While most people are biased in favor or Davis, you seem to be biased against him. Neither side is correct when looking with blinded eyes.

    • He's a solid bench player. You can definitely do worse on the wire. But now that he's missing extended time, he's easily expendable.

    • haha, to be honest..i was kinda thinking the same thing, but didn't want to just drop him since he was producing at least in some categories

 

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