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He is a free agent in my league and sources say he may be back before the all star break.
Do I stick with my players or drop one of them for Bynum now?...
- 1 Reply to Kelly
I would grab DROSE.... hell be back after Allstar break.Hes been beggin to come back but still not yet cleared from Doc. Bynum is up in the air about his health currently.... Who knows, he might not even play, he still is mad cuz Lakers dumped his Lil kid #$%$ and might choose to just sit season due to him being a FA by Summer.
If I were a risk taker and was going to drop someone for Bynum, I'd most likely go with Glen Davis... Going with the assumption Bynum somes back and plays starter's minutes and stays healthy he will do everything that Davis was doing, only more of it, and a better job of it. A healthy Bynum vs. a healthy Davis is a joke. So that would be my choice IF I was going to risk that Bynum does stay healthy.
The only other 2 I'd even consider would be Rubio and Nene. But if Rubio can knock the rust off and start consistently contributing he'll be valuable to you. Nene is still a big risk, but it seems like he's feeling pretty good right now. He's had 7 games in a row at roughly 28 minutes and has put up inconsistent, but valuable numbers. If he stays healthy and gets his scoring consistent, he'll also be much more valuable than Glen Davis.
- 1 Reply to CWizzle
Thanks CWizzle. I like your analysis. I am many games behind and starting to stack my lineups. My team is looking solid now but when you have Bynum, Granger and Rose as free agents, makes you want to take a risk.. I'm thinking maybe wait until Bynum actually practices and if he does, dump one of my players.. But that is the name of the game, somebody can beat me to the punch... Hmmmmm...
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