I thought he'd do better/get more opportunity since J-Rich got traded, but he's got less minutes and he's played worse. But, the team will want to develop the youth and give him time down the stretch. He's supposed to be a good 2nd half player, but he's been trying my patience. Maybe he's too good to drop, since someone would most likely swoop him off free agency?
Should I drop him or hang onto him?
Best FA's available are- Bargnani (tempted here, but too inconsistent?), Blatche, Warrick, Love
10 team, Daily H2H league-
PG- Iverson, SG- Joe Johnson, G- Tony Parker
SF- LeBron, PF- Duncan, F- Durant
Util- Stephen Jackson, Util- Salmons, Util- Nate Robinson
Bench- Dunleavy, Kenyon Martin, JR Smith, Jarrett Jack, Augustin
I think you can go ahead and drop him if you want. He might have a few big nights sometimes, but overall I would not feel right starting someone who shoots a low percentage and is not guaranteed big minutes.