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my team 12team h2h 9cat
free agents available:
blatche (hoping he wins pf job)
I know man its slim pickens, so should I just hold mo?
I also answer back 100%
- 1 Reply to reeves
said it before ... wait at least until there are reports!
specially in H2H - I'm just thinking of adding him from FA because the reports are stil not clear - could be back in a couple of days as well so keep him!!!!!
- 2 Replies to tyreese
I strongly recommend NOT dropping a starting PG that produces all around stats when healthy on the basis of a random person's prediction that he will be out for 6-8 weeks! That is not how you win championships in fantasy sports.
IF there is a report that comes out saying he iwll be out for that long then you will need to weigh your options. But as of right now, there is still no official word on what exactly is wrong, or how long he will be out. If you drop him for some meidocre player and then come to find out he will be back in 1 or 2 weeks you will really regret it!
In my opinion non of the free agents are MUST OWN type players so you should really wait until you hear an official word about Mo's condition.
If there was somebody like Jose Calderon on the FA list I'd be more inclined to make the move, but with injury prone Kirk Hinrich, inconsistent Nate Robinson, and questionable Avery Bradley as the best PG options, I say wait and see how it plays out for now.
Hold at least until you hear how long he is actually going to be out for. Nobody on that list will be able to give you the assists that Mo did, but Robinson will probably be closest. If Jamaal Tinsley is available he will be starter if Mo misses time and can really rack up the assists and hit a few 3's too.
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