Draft and Trade Talk Message Board
- Pika_Stache Pika_Stache 22 hours ago Flag
The thing with Felton is that he already wasnt really worth owning in standard leagues to begin with. He's droppable but you dont necessarily need to drop him. McBob will give you overall stats with some inconsistency if youre ok with that.
- Pika_Stache Pika_Stache 23 hours ago Flag
Bargnani. Amare is way too risky to own in almost any league right now. He'll never be the STAT that we know ever again just a shell of his former self.
- Pika_Stache Pika_Stache 23 hours ago Flag
Remember Ilyasova had a very slow start last year as well. And he ended up making the owners that drafted him regret dropping him (including myself). The Bucks are just sucking at everything, but Ilyasova will eventually get it going. You just have to be patient. He's one of the few players that can average a Steal, a Block, and a 3 at least in one game which is what really makes his value stand out. Of course he'll also rebound well and put up decent %. He was given a 40 M contract so the Bucks are going to play him and he's proven he can a legitimate PF in the NBA.
Varejao on the other has had the ability to show flashes of consistency, but the Cavs are committed to giving Thompson all the PF mins he can handle so there's only room left for Varejao to take the C mins. Bynum could get an injury at anytime but at the moment Varejao's upside is capped. And the fact that he's also injury prone does not bode well for his longterm outlook.
Be patient and get Ilyasova.
- Pika_Stache Pika_Stache Dec 11, 2013 8:57 PM Flag
Idk about Parsons, Batum, Millsap, and Monta lol but you could aim for someone at a reasonable price. I like aiming for someone like IT2 but you prob have to try a 2 for 1 at this point. A lot of people might view Henson more as a short term than long term value just because he's been forced into action with 2 major injuries to the front court and we know Larry Drew for some reason did not want to play/start Henson before. He might be stubborn later on when they come back from their injuries but its a wait and see approach. And Ilyasova wont be this bad for long.
- Pika_Stache Pika_Stache Dec 11, 2013 8:52 PM Flag
It would be awesome if I could get Bledsoe straight up for Gortat lol but I dont think thats possible. Cant really look into yahoo ranks too much at times. I have Matthews at rank 15 but theres no way I could get a legit 2nd-3rd round for him haha. Bledsoes rank has fallen due to the injury but I know hes at least at legit 3rd round value with lots of upside. I've owned Gortat over the years and I know he's at least a bit injury prone but when given mins he can at least be around 5th-6th round value. I'd say the Teagues the same. Henson seems like a short term value more than long term to me just because Larry Drew really does not want to play him. He's forced to with the injuries and it'll be interesting when Sanders and Zaza come back. I just wanted another player back at least and Henson was the most reasonable and appealing. (His other players arent enticing)
He Offered me Eric Bledsoe for MY Jeff Teague and Marcin Gortat in my 12 team h2h league. Should I counter offer and grab Henson from him too. So its a 2 for 2? Or just take the 2 for 1 deal? Thanks
- Pika_Stache Pika_Stache Dec 11, 2013 3:38 AM Flag
Vasquez doesnt really have any value to begin with, so I'd go with Ersan. Just be prepared for the headaches that the Bucks are all facing with right now.
- Pika_Stache Pika_Stache Dec 11, 2013 3:35 AM Flag
Good for you, but not appealing enough for him to press accept. You're also dumping a head case in Mayo at him for a upside Burke. Rejected!
- Pika_Stache Pika_Stache Dec 10, 2013 12:56 AM Flag
Honestly I see 4 players I would drop for someone like IT....I'd prob drop Mayo first though. He's the most inconsistent especially being on the Bucks.
- Pika_Stache Pika_Stache Dec 9, 2013 7:31 PM Flag
It's the way leagues are. I've played in private money leagues where teams are just veto happy and they'll press veto for anything. Then I've had corrupt commissioners against my trades and veto them for their own benefit and accept cheat trades for other teams to eliminate mine which almost worked. Obey their own rules where once a trade is accepted it cannot be changed then disobey that same rule if one of my trades are involved. Public leagues can be the same as well with veto happy people. If this was a private league where people knew another its very possible the other manager just changed his mind and told everyone to veto etc. You just have to deal with those things in your league as unfair it may sound, it's part of the game.
- Pika_Stache Pika_Stache Dec 9, 2013 7:25 PM Flag
I'm assuming its bigger than a 12 team league? Hill can be inconsistent, maybe the other owner is just frustrated with that part of his game, but no doubt he's better than Vasquez right now.
- Pika_Stache Pika_Stache Dec 9, 2013 7:12 PM Flag
I'd take that trade right away. There's no reason to even ask this question. Although at some point I do see Lowry getting traded and Vasquez eventually starting just my prediction.
- Pika_Stache Pika_Stache Dec 9, 2013 4:21 PM Flag
I think you have a better chance finding that name on Facebook rather than "Draft and Trade Talk Message Board" for fantasy basketball.
- Pika_Stache Pika_Stache Dec 9, 2013 2:34 AM Flag
First of all you have to look at the other teams punting in FT%. There ya go those few teams are the options you have to trade with. Why would another team with good FT% suddenly throw it away and take DeAndre for one of their legit centers with decent FT%. So you cant just trade with any team in the league. Last year I had Omer Asik and he was a FT killer....No one wanted him in any deals so I immediately looked into the teams punting FT% and I offered Asik away for Marcin Gortat which turned out to be a great deal for both teams.