hold on to vucevic. he's having a great season right now and there's no telling when rubio will be 100%. according to bleacher report, rubio is out for the next 2 games due to back spasms.
Shallow 8 person league. First time playing! PG: Rondo SG: Nic Batum G: B. Jennings PF: Pau Gasol SF: Kevin Durant F: Lebron James C: Tyson Chandler C: Serge Ibaka U: JJ Hickson U: Anthony Davis B: Paul Pierce B: Wesley Matthews B: Kemba Walker
i think a couple people are facing this trade.. and i would say rubio will def be elite in steals and assists when he gets back in shape.. this is the best youll get out of vucevic.. it may get worse for him when big baby returns... can he keep it up all season is the big question
Tough because as people say, Vucevic may be topping out, and Rubio will be balling when he gets back into shape, but the problem is nobody knows when that will be. Right now I think Rubio is too risky of a player with all of his injuries, and I think you're better off finding a different PG to trade for if you're looking to get rid of vucevic.
even big baby returns i think vucevic will take a hit...the only reasons why his stats are low at the start of the season because of being in the main starting center in his young nba career and his playing time were held back during the first weeks of the season...when baby comes back the mins and touches will be he same for sure...philly is now is punching their faces right now
Edited by thecreditgrabber, 01 January 2013 - 07:19 PM.
Would you look for another PG in your league for Vucevic?
Obviously Vucevic will not be this good when BBDavis is around but at the same time Rubio is not there yet.
However, if you can't get any other good PG, then I would take the bet and get Rubio. If he gets into the shape then he is much valuable than Vuce.