Yeah I would definitely do this trade. Westbrook is a top 10 player, and decent players with afflalo and bargnani. I think you're getting the better end.
10 Team H2H Points League PG - Kemba Walker, George Hill, Jarrett Jack SG - Jimmy Butler, Demar Derozan SF - Jeff Green, Giannis Antetokounmpo PF - Lamarcus Aldridge, Dirk Nowitzki, David West C - Demarcus Cousins, Greg Monroe
I'm not sure if you are getting better end. Batum is producing first round value (according to basketball monster) and I think he can finish top ten, Conley is a very consistent player with a second round or early third round value. on the other hand Bargnani is an injury risk and Afllalo, except points and 3s, is a mediocre player.
Team A: (12 team, Roto 9 cat)
PG: John Wall, Lawson, Teague, Pat Beverley
SG: Wes Matthews, Oladipo
SF: Jeff Green, Webster, Vince Carter
PF: A.Davis, Markieff Morris
C: Al Horford, Roy Hibbert, Miles Plumlee
Start: 1PG, 1SG, 1G, 1SF, 1PF, 1F, 2C, 2Util
Team B: (10 team, Roto 9 cat)
PG: Westbrook, Lawson, Teague, Isaiah Thomas
SG:Danny Green, Oladipo
SF: Gordon Hayward, Wilson Chandler
PF: Anthony Davis, Amir Johnson, Markieff Morris
C: Al Horford, DeMarcus Cousins, Andre Drummond, DeAndre Jordan
No, you're giving up Westbrook > Batum and Conley > Bargnani & Afflalo.
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Bargs is injury prone. I'd want someone else. Batum is playing at a top 10 level. I wouldn't want to give up Conley, maybe try Vasquez. Great deal for Russell, just got to work out the kinks. Help: http://forums.rotowo...howtopic=323733
12 team h2h 12 cat (FGM, FTM, OR, DR)
PG- M. Conley, K. Walker, R. Jackson
SG- J. Butler, D. Green
SF- T. Jones, D. Carroll
PF- A. Davis, L. Aldridge, D. Nowitzki
C- A. Horford, D. Favors, R. Gobert
14 team h2h 9 cat
PG- R. Westbrook, J. Teague, R. Jackson, D. Williams