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DC has disappointed this season unfortunately, at least in fantasy. I have a lot of guards, so I was thinking of dropping DC and picking up free agent Wesley Matthews. Any thoughts?
Also, I have Tyreke Evans and he obviously has disappointed too with his foot problems. Should I keep him and ride the storm out, waiting to see how he improves? Or just drop him now? Nobody accepted my trade offers to get rid of him. Everyone knows he's been struggling.
Definitely go with Fields. Unless your absolutely stacked in FG% and REB he has a lot of upside and posts big man boards nightly. He's also developing his three to diversify his game which will open up the floor for him (raising his FG%). With Amare, Fields will get a lot of good looks and has cleaned up well on missed layups, dunks, etc. While you may be giving up some PTS by not choosing Matthews, there's so much to gain,
I don't know about Tyreke but depending on your FA pool I would probably try to add Collison in a two man trade or trade him straight up for someone that you need. He isn't living up to his potential but he isn't TERRIBLE and I'm sure there might be some people that still want to gamble on his potential.
I also have Collison and I'm debating on whether or not to trade him straight for Humphries. What do you think?
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It seems like the PG situation is murky with the Pacers. They got Ford and the other guy too now cutting into DC's minutes. Not sure how good Humphries is playing though to be honest, but you got a good pt...I'll see if I can get him in a trade.
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