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14 team, 9 category, 13 players/team
PG: curry, sessions, nelson, foye
SG/SF: jackson, iguodala, odom, mcgrady
PF: bargnani, humphries, monroe
C: bogut, gortat
I am currently first in the league, but odom, sessions, and nelsons numbers are falling from what they were before. Im wondering if there are people on the waiver that I should pick up and who I should drop. I just dropped frye for foye, but im concerned if foye will last. Just wondering what suggestions you have to help me in the playoffs. I feel like my team is coming in to the playoffs weaker than it was midseason.
in relation to other teams, I am weak in steals, turnovers, fg and ft%. semi weak in assists and blocks
some players available on the waiver:
marion, jarrett jack, samardo samuels, toney douglas, hansbrough, kenyon martin, bass, perkins, krstic, budinger, tony allen, anthony randolph
what can I do to improve my team to go deep in the playoffs.
- 2 Replies to cjcd
I give JJ, Okafor, Felton
I get Durant, David West and Diaw
Its a 12 team h2h. 9 Cats are field goals made, 3ptm, free throws made, pts, rebs, ast, stls, blks, and to's: Any advice will be great
Also I can trade Felton and Okafor for D.West and Diaw
I don't know what I'm doing... this is my first time on Fantasy Basketball, how do you keep it from having a (-2) or a (+7) by the positions? will it affect me that much if that position runs out? Somehow I'm still in first and I dont wanna mess it up.
- 1 Reply to Phoenix7307
I always try to maximize what stat I most need. You should check out which teams are close behind you and what difference in roster positions do they have from you. Analize that and make the best decision by either just playing your best players in those positions that are saturated, or by trying to make a trade that could benefit you.(Trading players in those positions that you are are over for ones that could give you stats in other areas that you need). If this, don't trade your best players.
- 1 Reply to MATT G
The priority list is initially set based on the reverse of the draft order. Did you have first pick in draft?. However, each time you add a waived player to your roster, you're pushed to the back of the list. This "rolling" list stays in effect for the entire season.
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