Draft and Trade Talk Message Board
- Stooge Newton Stooge Newton Sep 16, 2014 4:03 AM Flag
30% on Davis is more than reasonable and that sort of over bid is exactly how you will land him. 15% for Robinson seems too high. Keep in mind that if you were active on the wire you could have grabbed Bobby Rainey for free when the news on Doug Martin took a down ward spiral starting last Friday. Something is sure to open up again like that this week.
- Stooge Newton Stooge Newton Sep 14, 2014 3:15 AM Flag
On the one hand I would certainly drop Latimer and take a chance on McKinnon. On the other hand I wouldn't own Latimer in a ten team league, and would only put McKinnon on my watch list in that size league.
- Reply to Jay Sep 12, 2014 12:35 PMStooge Newton Stooge Newton Sep 14, 2014 3:12 AM Flag
I wouldn't take that trade. Being offered Raymond Felton is like being offered air. Although you don't have any high assist guys, assists are one of the easiest stats to stream. What is your league size? H2h or roto? Public or private?
- Stooge Newton Stooge Newton Sep 9, 2014 7:22 PM Flag
if it's a public league, then I think the only way someone else can manage is by sending them an invite to co-manage. In a public league team, I have not heard of a way to transfer the team. You can send me an invite at ericarcher75 at yahoo
- Reply to Zack Oct 24, 2013 12:33 PMStooge Newton Stooge Newton Oct 29, 2013 6:06 PM Flag
it's probably the only pick up, it being good comes down to schedule, I wouldn't play him against Phoenix and L.A. on the road
- Stooge Newton Stooge Newton Oct 29, 2013 5:54 PM Flag
J. Jack is injured right now as well, and that trade is likely a lateral move anyways. Don't dump Asik just yet, I don't like him in the top 100, but there is still some meat on that bone. AK is the guy I would dump, injury prone and he won't get starters minutes or play every game on that deep squad he is on. Beverly for AK is the right add. I don't trust Vasquez as he is coming off two ankle surgeries, needed a ton of minutes to inflate his stats last season, and Isiah Thomas is now likely the man in Sacramento. If Vasquez does nothing for you, you can add someone like Jarryd Bayless or Jordan Farmar, or just play flavor of the week and find a decent source of asts and 3s on a team with a good schedule or the most games.
- Stooge Newton Stooge Newton Oct 27, 2013 6:55 PM Flag
it would be #$%$ for a 20 teamer as well seeing as how you quit drafting starters after the fourth round
- Stooge Newton Stooge Newton Oct 27, 2013 4:27 PM Flag
it's one thing to have no idea to choose during the last couple of rounds, if you have no idea who to choose in the first round then you probably shouldn't have signed up
- Stooge Newton Stooge Newton Oct 27, 2013 4:23 PM Flag
it strikes me as being exceptionally #$%$ on multiple levels. I'd trade Wall hi, for a couple of guys that went in the second or third round, but either way you have a team full of empty calories
- Stooge Newton Stooge Newton Oct 27, 2013 3:56 PM Flag
h2h or roto, private or public? Either way, managing the missed games of Tim Duncan, Andrew Bynum, Kevin Garnett, and Amare Stoudemire isn't going to be fun, and you can probably sprinkle in a few missed games from Joakim Noah and Manu Ginolboli too. J.R Smith is suspended for the first 6 games and Deron Williams is not a lock to play during the first week of the season. You've probably not only lost your league, you're more than likely a last place team, unless you log in every single day just before game time to to manage that junk. Drop Chris Anderson and Seth Curry for someone playable, and call it a season.
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