Pickup Dion Waiters, Kawhi Leonard or Kyle Korver?
Posted 14 December 2012 - 02:34 AM
PG - Chris Paul (LAC)
PF/C - Serge Ibaka (OKC)
PF - Dirk Nowitzki (DAL)
PF - Anthony Davis (NO)
PG - Goran Dragic (PHX)
PF/C - Kevin Garnett (BOS)
SG/SF - Klay Thompson (GS)
PG/SG - Jamal Crawford (LAC)
SG/SF - Aaron Afflalo (ORL)
C - Omer Asik (HOU)
PG/SG - Jordan Crawford (WAS)
PF/C - Ed Davis (TOR)
Would any of you drop anybody on my roster for one of SG/SF - Kawhi Leonard (SA), SG/SF - Kyle Korver (ATL) or SG - Dion Waiters (CLE)? Omer Asik sticks out like a sore thumb but he still has value. I just picked up Ed Davis and I have been debating his value vs Omer Asik's the past few days. Common sense would say Asik is the better player but he really only contributes in one category. I also have great depth at PF/C so it figures to be one of Davis or Asik who I might drop.
Posted 14 December 2012 - 12:53 PM
Yeah that was my plan. I am just stressing hoping that these guys don't get nabbed in the meantime. It also gives me more time get as many opinions as possible.
wait a game or 2 and see how davis does. if he doesnt perform i'd say pick up waiters.
Posted 14 December 2012 - 01:04 PM
and read this bout Davis:
Davis is a career 55.0 percent shooter and, with [url=""%20instance="_ppc"]Andrea Bargnani[/url] sidelined indefinitely, he should be in line for more minutes and increased usage, as demonstrated by his 24 points and 12 boards on 11-for-13 shooting in 45 minutes Wednesday night. His stock is skyrocketing, so grab him now: He was owned in just 0.6 percent of leagues Tuesday. More than half of his career attempts have been at the rim, where he's finishing at a 76.1 percent clip this season, and he's also got some upside in rebounds, blocks and steals, where he's averaging 5.8, 0.7 and 0.6, respectively, in just 17.2 minutes per game. Davis also boasts a fantastic 19.7 Player Efficiency Rating, exhibiting the improvements he's made this year. He does his damage around the basket and has nice touch inside, which should allow him to be a significant helper in this category with his increased opportunity.
PG- Jeff Teague, DJ Augustin, Ramon Sessions, Kyrie Irving
SG- Victor Oladipo, Jodie Meeks, Kyle Korver
SF- Kevin Durant, Tobias Harris, Kawhi Leonard
PF- Kevin Love
C- Gorgui Dieng , Omer Asik
Posted 14 December 2012 - 01:17 PM
Asik is a rebound machine and I really love nitche guys when you can't afford studs, he's also coming alive on offense and blocks regularly. I dont like Korver and especially Waiters in this situation.
Your rebounding seems ok for the most part but guys like Asik get you the category most weeks, if you do fairly well, I say go for it. Just be mentally ready for never having Asik again and if you're comfy I say cut him.
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Posted 14 December 2012 - 03:36 PM
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Posted 14 December 2012 - 05:06 PM