John Salmons is playing some big minutes and he's had a few good games, might be someone to keep an eye on
Mod Edit: This seems like a good starting point for the new week, so we'll begin here. Please remember to offer some reasoning for your tout and refrain from Roster advice requests. Thanks!
Edited by Timmah!, 09 December 2012 - 01:58 PM.
10 team full 1 point ppr, 3 starting WR QB: Luck RB: Lacy, Lamar Miller WR: Maclin, Charles Johnson, Steve Smith TE: Olsen FLEX: Blount D: Ravens K: Bailey BN: Hillman BN: Beasley BN: David Johnson BN: Ladarius Green BN: Devante Parker BN: Tyler Lockett
Luke Babbitt is a solid play this week. I talked about him in the Week 6 thread, but it seems Batum won't play Monday. This guy finally got some relevant minutes last night and was solid....9pts, 7 boards, 2 threes, 2 assists. Like I said earlier, I can't imagine how this guy DOESN'T get more than 25 minutes a game with that putrid bench in Portland.
10 Teams H2H Standard 9-Cats:
PG: Westbrook; Kyrie Irving; Jennings; Jameer Nelson; Jrue Holiday; Eric Bledsoe; Ramon Sessions
SG/SF: Bryant; Pierce; Jerryd Bayless; Danny Granger
PF/C: Kevin Garnett; Tiago Splitter
I grabbed Tiago Splitter. He has 4 games this week, and they are pretty favorable, POR & HOU included. He was putting some low end value, but I am predicting a couple blowouts so I think he should get some solid PT.
BASKETBALL: Yahoo Public League: Roto, 12 Team, 9 cat
PG Steve Nash, Jameer Nelson; SG James Harden, Jarrett Jack, Kyle Korver
SF Metta World Peace, Chandler Parsons; PF Serge Ibaka, Amir Johnson
CC Marcin Gortat, Larry Sanders, Tristan Thompson, Tiago Splitter
HOCKEY: Yahoo Public League: Roto, 12 Team, 10 cat (6 skate, 4 goal)
TEAM A: (9th pick, missed first half of draft, computer picked)
CC Tavares, Couture, Backes
LW Lucic, DBrown; RW JNeal, Cole, Brunner
D JJohnson, Timonen, Wideman, White
G Holtby, Dubnyk, Giguere, Theodore
TEAM B: (3rd pick, fyi Lundqvist and Quick went 1-2)
CC Malkin, Jokinen
LW EKane, Kunitz, Clowe; RW Clarkson, Brunner
D Karlsson, Byfuglien, Boyle, Campbell
G Smith, Varlamov, Niemi, Elliott, Theodore
Anybody mentioned Corey Brewer yet - quietly putting up solid numbers. As a Minnesotan I'm really glad that the lad has continued to work on his game.
I actually touted him early in Wk6 (and posted a Season Outlook thread on him)... He maintained his production on Friday night and I pulled the trigger and picked him up... He had decent production yesterday as well. I, too, am glad he has worked on his game and hope he can keep improving. I remember strings of games last season when he was putting up nice numbers.
10-Team H2H Redraft Yahoo League
WR- D. Jackson
FLEX (W/R/T)- Kendall Wright
BENCH: Cutler, Kendall Wright, Niles Paul, Knile Davis, Alfred Blue, Josh Gordon