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Trade JR Smith for Evan Turner?

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#1 brianc92785



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Posted 30 December 2012 - 01:29 PM

I trade JR Smith. I get Evan Turner.
Team in sig.
It is a daily lineup.
PG Kyle Lowry, Jrue Holiday, Jeff Teague, Nate Robinson
PG/SG Mo Williams
SG/SF Andre Iguodola, JR Smith, Jimmy Butler
SG James Harden
SF Rudy Gay, Corey Brewer, Moe Harkless
PF Kenneth Faried
PF/C Al Jefferson, Brandan Wright

It is an 8 cat league with 10 teams.
I am third in field goal %, 9th in ft %, 9th in 3 pointers made, first in rebounds, 5th in assists, 3rd in steals, 2nd in blocks, 3rd in points

#2 poopdungbeatle


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Posted 30 December 2012 - 01:32 PM

I would do it.  Turner has been off since turning his ankle but playing through the pain.  Once he gets healthy, he'll be putting up strong numbers once again.
JR smith's value could take a hit with Stat coming off the bench with him.
14 team Yahoo H2H Dynasty League (7x7)

BA / R / HR / RBI / SB / TB / BB
C - Evan Gattis / 1b - Allen Craig / 2b - Kolten Wong / 3b - Edwin Encarnacion / SS - Hanley Ramirez
OF - Carlos Gomez, Yasiel Puig, Matt Kemp
Util - Hunter Pence, Todd Frazier, Brad Miller
Bench - Yan Gomes, George Springer, Charlie Blackmon, Devin Mesoraco
NA - Kris Bryant

W / ERA / WHIP / K / QS / SV / HLD
SP - Johnny Cueto, Justin Masterson, Chris Archer
RP - Kenley Jansen, Ernesto Frieri, Brian Wilson
P -   Kevin Siegrist, Pedro Strop, Josh Fields, JP Howell
Bench - Alex Wood, Drew Hutchison, Charlie Morton, Robbie Ross, Eddie Butler
NA- Kyle Zimmer
DL - Clayton Kershaw, Hisashi Iwakuma

#3 VinceWin



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Posted 30 December 2012 - 02:29 PM

I picked up Turner about a month ago and have not been disappointed with his play. If he isn't scoring, he's rebounding and dishing out assists. The person who has JR Smith in my league is constantly pulling out his hairs over his production, or lack thereof. It's just my opinion but when building my team, I went for consistency and Evan Turner is definitely better at that.
8 Team H2H, 9 CAT

PG: Stephen Curry, Ty Lawson, Mike Conley
SG: Nicolas Batum, JJ Reddick
SF: Lebron James, Danny Granger
PF: Dirk Nowitzki, Anthony Davis, Nicolas Vucevic
C: Marc Gasol, Brook Lopez, Marcin Gortat

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Posted 30 December 2012 - 02:37 PM

I would absolutely do it. J.R's numbers may seem more impressive but that FG% really hurts a lot. I have him dragging me down in several leagues.

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Posted 30 December 2012 - 02:39 PM

This would be a great trade for you.  Although JR has that 'excitement' factor in him at times, you would be better overall with Turner.

14 Team League, H2H, Points Based System (Daily Lineup Changes)
Can Roster 10 SP's, Max 2 SP pickups per week

C:  Brian McCann
1B:  Michael Cuddyer
2B:  Ian Kinsler
SS:  Erick Aybar
3B:  Josh Donaldson
IF:  Alexei Ramirez
OF:  Mike Trout, Josh Willingham, Gerardo Parra, Yasiel Puig
DH:  Howie Kendrick, Troy Tulowitzki
DL:  David Wright, Cameron Maybin

SP:  Yu Darvish, Mike Minor, Homer Bailey, Matt Garza, Ricky Nolasco, John Lackey, Andy Pettitte, Henderson Alvarez, Danny Salazar, Hector Santiago
RP:  Sergio Romo, Chris Perez, Koji Uehara, Andrew Albers