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Totally depends. How is your team doing? How many injured/rested players does your opponent have? Who are the best FA's available? How many add/drops can you make in a week?
If you have some really solid FA's and have enough moves to stream players to maximize games played, it could be worth it. But if not, I'd probably stick with what you have.
Also, the latest update on Smith said he practiced today and is likely to play. With the Hawks right in the thick of the Eastern Conference battle for seeding, I'd expect Smith to play unless he's really really hurt.
As far as Smith goes, he's been kinda slumping offensively. He had 0 3PTM in 3 out of his last 6 games, but he still had a total of 6 3PTM in that stretch. His FG% was 40% or lower in 4 out of those 6 games, and he only scored in single digits in 2 of them... BUT he's kind of been an inconsistent scorer all year, and his assists and steals are still pretty consistent. So, if he can just get his FG% up a little, he should still hold a significant more amount of value than any FA PG you will find, unless you have someone that's playing really well available, He was Yahoo's 12th highest ranked PG in the last 14 days, so I'd tend to stick with him as well.
My gut would go with my studs, unless there is significant talen in the FA, and enough moves to stream a player daily.
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if i were to drop them both, i would pick up corey brewer and wilson chandler, that itself give me 2 more games in total. mike miller, jimmy butler, jason thompson, brandon bass are also available, my opponent doesnt have any injured player, but he has a slumping amir johnson. and his reggie evans is killing me now! 20 rebound and counting....