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I am in 5th place now, is 8 games ahead of 7th place. (only 6 teams advance to playoff) Should I Stash Mo now or in 1-2 week? Cuz I already have injured player like Love. SHould I drop Aminu for Jonas? Cuz I already have 2 players from Hornets. Need ur Advice! thx.
12 Team H2H 9 Cats
PG: Jennings, Lillard, Andre Miller
SG: Hayward, Jack
SF: Lebron, Granger, Aminu
PF: Ant Davis, Ryan Anderson, Love
C Gortat, Peko, Mcgee
Notable FAs: Mo, Jonas and Sessions (on Wavier)
I'm not sure I'd drop Aminu for Jonas. Aminu is very inconsistent offensively and Jonas is more likely to have a high scoring night once in a while. But I personally would bet on Aminu finishing the season off much better than JV in defensive stats.
And honestly, I'd stay away from Williams. Once he returns I don't see him immediately getting thrown into a 30 minute + situation. Especially with Burk finally starting to play well, and having Watson and Tinsley, who neither one are great players but are both serviceable. I would expect Mo to get eased back into the rotation.
But ontop of all that, here is the latest report I've seen on Williams:
"Beat writer Bill Oram suggests that Mo Williams (thumb) remains "weeks away" from playing in a game.Williams still hasn't been cleared to take contact on his thumb. Once that happens, he'll likely need 1-2 weeks to get his mobility back and work on his shot. Stashers shouldn't expect to see Williams on the court until mid-March".
So if you believe this report, he wouldn't even be available until just around the start of fantasy playoffs. An older, injury-prone PG with a hand injury, who's missed that much time is the type of player you want to throw into your lineup during fantasy playoffs.
I think that Ramon Sessions would be a much better choice if you need to make a move for a PG. I know he saw a decrease in minutes in his last 2, but those were blowout losses. Other than that, he's been very consistent. He doesn't do any one thing outstanding, but he does many things well. His biggest downfall is his low FG%, but he's still very serviceable on the Bobcats and often gets looked over because of Kemba. One thing that might make up for his poor FG%, is the fact that he is a good FT% and relies on FT's for a high percentage of his points, so the volume at a high % can help out a lot more than a guy who shoots 90% but only averages 0.5 attempts per game.
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