Commissioner Corner Message Board
- CWizzle CWizzle Nov 26, 2015 9:17 AM Flag
That's not veto worthy at all. If Gordon stays healthy than that side has much more overall value, and if he doesn't than the Knight side ends up being better. So to say that 1 side is so lopsided that it needs to be vetod is pretty dumb IMO.
- CWizzle CWizzle Nov 26, 2015 9:15 AM Flag
I don't see him accepting any of those scenarios. To me, Otto and Klay are more valuable than any of those combinations except Conley/Oladipo, which would be giving up too much.
Good luck, but you'll probably have to add another player better than MCW or Mahinmi to get a deal done.
- CWizzle CWizzle Nov 26, 2015 9:12 AM Flag
I think he's in a situation that is so bad that you almost have no choice to drop him. BUT I also think that he's talented enough that at some point this season he will put up decent numbers. But unless the team makes some big changes I don't see it worth it to hold onto him in hopes that that happens.
- CWizzle CWizzle Nov 21, 2015 8:21 AM Flag
If you really need a guard I'd feel comfortable dropping Powell for most of those guys. I'd personally go with either Schroder or Bradley depending on what you are looking to get out of your guards the most.
- CWizzle CWizzle Nov 21, 2015 8:18 AM Flag
I'd rather keep both those guys and let someone else take Thompson. Between the 2, Jones gives you closer to big man stats, while Bradley has the better overall value right now, and I just can't see dropping someone who in their last 4 games is averaging 2+ 3PTM, 18+ PTS, 3 REBS, 2+ AST. 2 STL and just 1 TO per game with good FG%.
- CWizzle CWizzle Nov 20, 2015 10:17 AM Flag
Jah is spot on. In 8 category leagues it's not even a consideration, Harden all the way. In 9 cat leagues it is closer because Harden is horrible with TO's and Leonard is very good with them. But like Jah pointed out, a lot of managers in 9 cat leagues punt TO's because most of the best players in the other 8 categories have high TO rates due to having the ball so much. So if you don't care about TO's it's Harden all day. If you do, it's closer but I'd honestly still take Harden.
- CWizzle CWizzle Nov 20, 2015 10:13 AM Flag
His per minute numbers are very enticing. He has skill and good upside. I'm just worried that once Lauvergne (spelling?) and Nurkic are healthy there just won't be enough minutes to go around this season.
- CWizzle CWizzle Nov 20, 2015 10:11 AM Flag
In that shallow of a league I would probably make that deal. I like Lowry over Oladipo, and with Wiggins currently putting up 16th round value in standard 12 team leagues, there has to be someone in your 8 team league with more value.
- CWizzle CWizzle Nov 20, 2015 10:09 AM Flag
I'd personally rather have Morris. I feel like in 2 months he will have the better overall value compared to Williams. Someone else brought up Aminu, I'd rather have Aminu than Williams as well.
I guess I'm just not sold on Williams keeping up this value for long.
- CWizzle CWizzle Nov 15, 2015 10:32 AM Flag
I like Chalmers over Thompson. Thompson is on a #$%$ team and has got plenty of minutes the last couple years and hasn't proven much consistency. At best he can score and hit 3's. But that usually comes with bad FG%, and little defensive stats.
But honestly I don't know what Chalmers' future holds. I was VERY confident that when Lebron left Miami Chalmers was going to break out. But I was wrong lol.
In a dynasty I like Grant over both though. His potential for 3's and D stats are nice.
- CWizzle CWizzle Nov 15, 2015 10:26 AM Flag
I'd say do it. Although I don't think it's as much of a no brainer as others think. Gasol isn't playing at the same level as the last couple years, while Thomas is playing VERY well. Now, chances are Gasol will improve his value, but I don't see Thomas' value going down too much. So it's still a good trade for you but I wouldn't be surprised if Gasol finishes the season with 3rd round value while Thomas finishes with 4th round value.
Also, looking at your roster it seems like you needs Isiaah's stats much more than Gasol's. So I'd only do it if you think you can trade Gasol, or 1 of your other bigs, for a PG better than Thomas. But if you make this trade and don't make any other moves I don't think it'd be a smart move. Even if Gasol has more value, Thomas has more value to your specific team.
So, if it were me I'd do the trade and then try to make another trade.
- CWizzle CWizzle Nov 15, 2015 10:20 AM Flag
Depends on what your team needs.
Ibaka is the most valuable player here, and if Green gets his #$%$ together he'd likely be the 2nd most valuable player. But as of right now Morris is outplaying Green, and you can't really compare IT and Ibaka because of their totally different skill sets.
- CWizzle CWizzle Nov 15, 2015 10:17 AM Flag
Wow, that's a tough one. When both are healthy they are pretty evenly valued IMO. Parsons gets a TON of hype and Gordon gets a lot of bad talk, but if you look at the numbers, Gordon is pretty much just as good when healthy. But that's obviously the problem. Do you want to take the risk that Gordon doesn't get injured, or take the risk that Parsons gets 100% healthy and plays a full load of minutes soon?
My gut tells me to go with Parsons, but if I did, it would be the one time Gordon stays healthy lol.
Sorry this wasn't much of an answer, but I just think it's a 50.50 shot here.
- CWizzle CWizzle Nov 15, 2015 10:13 AM Flag
depends on who the "someone else decent" is. If it's another waiver wire type guy who is playing out of his mind, then no way that trade happens. If it's someone who has a high shot at mid round value all year then maybe. But in the leagues that I own Conley in, I'm not trading him right now. He's always underrated/undervalued anyways, but with him struggling so much with his shot right now and his steals lower than usual I wouldn't trade him away at a discount.
- CWizzle CWizzle Nov 11, 2015 8:10 AM Flag
I'd try ot trade him for more depth at the SG/SF position instead.
But between Mo and E.M. I'd probably stick with Mo. At least until Mudiay settles down with the TO's and bad shot selection.
If Mudiay is a FA you will probably have other decent options when Williams loses minutes to Irving.
- CWizzle CWizzle Nov 11, 2015 8:06 AM Flag
Blocks and assists stick out to me. 3 of your 4 best bigs (Griff, Monroe and Anderson) don't block shots consistently. So that leaves mainly Cousins who is only averaging 1 per year so far, and even if he improves (which he will) he isn't dominant enough there to win that category for you.
I also don't see you winning assists anytime you go up against someone with 2 or more legit playmakers.
Rondo would have to average double digit assists on the season for that to happen.
Nice team, nice depth, I'd just try to strengthen those 2 areas if you can.
- CWizzle CWizzle Nov 11, 2015 8:02 AM Flag
They are both the same age, so that doesn't really effect anything. I'd have to say Chalmers has the bigger upside IMO. He's proven me wrong multiple times, but his skill set is just more solid than Stuckey's to me. He can hit 3's and get assists better than Stuckey and can also get more steals.
Now that is how I value them long term in a dynasty format. For this year alone, it's too early to tell. We will have to wait and see what type of role Chalmers plays in Memphis. With Conley averaging 31 MPG, that leaves 17 MPG at the PG position. For Chalmers to have decent value he'd also have to pick up some minutes at SG I think.
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