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Pick up Drummond or Bynum?

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#1 jbails7



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Posted 30 January 2013 - 01:32 AM

I am new to fantasy basketball and looking for some advice. I play in a small 8-team H2H league (9 categories). Would I be making a big mistake by dropping Tyson Chandler for Andre Drummond or Andrew Bynum.......or should I consider dropping someone else in my signature? I'm just having a hard time deciding if I'm okay with who I have or do I pull the trigger on one of these guys. Any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks!

MY TEAM - 10 Team H2H League (daily lineup with 3 utility positions), 9 Categories including TO's

G's: Chris Paul, John Wall, Kyle Lowry, Jrue Holiday, Victor Oladio, Jarrett Jack & Cory Joseph

F's: Nicolas Batum, Markieff Morris & Draymond Green

C: Andrew Bogut, Jonas Valanciunas, Gorgui Dieng & Rudy Gobert

#2 le mak

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 01:57 AM

Tyson chandler over these two guys combined.
Tyson got the best playoff sched , and u know what u will get from him playing time.

Bynum might get injured again, and Drummond is not yet having his mins...
IFFFF and only IFFFF u want any of these 2 bigs, i'd drop Parsons for Drumm .

Team 1 : 10 Teams , 9 Cats H2H league ( FG% , FT% , 3pts Made , Points , Rebounds, Assists, Steals, Blocks, TO )

PG : Victor Oladipo (PG/SG) - Jarrett Jack ( PG/SG )-  Emmanuel Mudiay(PG) - Tony Parker ( PG )
SG : James Harden (SG) - Danny Green ( SG/SF ) - Evan Fournier ( SG) -  Goran Dragic ( SG/PG )

SF : Danilo Gallinari ( SF/PF)  - Andre Iguodala ( SF/SG )
PF : Demarcus Cousins ( PF/C) )

C   : Al Horford (PF/C)  -Nikola Vucevic © 


IR : Brandon Jennings ( PG )

#3 Bismack'd-youR-MOM



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Posted 30 January 2013 - 02:22 AM

Yeah, the knicks have the best sch. in the playoffs so def. keep chandler.. you should try and do a 2 for 1 trading gortat and someone then pick up drummond or bynum. IF you had to drop someone it would be matthews or parsons ( hou has a terrible playoff sch)

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Aaron Rodgers

James Winston

Demarco Murray

Darren McFadden

Alshon Jeffrey

Jordan Matthews 

Brandon Marshall

Stevie Johnson (Flex)

Travis Kelce

Eric Ebron

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 03:59 AM

Bynum for his upside...
12-Team, 8-Cat H2H | Record: 79-17
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Jrue Holiday
Manu Ginobili
George Hill
Lebron James
Kevin Durant
David West
Thaddeus Young
Carlos Boozer
Andre Kirilenko.
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Posted 30 January 2013 - 04:55 AM

Keep what you have... if you really want Bynum (Drummond is not worth a spot in a 8 teams league with just 20/25 min per game) try a 2 for 1 trade, one of your PG (Dragic or Lillard) + a C (Hibbert) for a very good SG (let's say George with Dragic+Hibbert) and THEN pick up Bynum

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PG: Curry (k)

SG: Kawhi (k)

G: George (k)

SF: T.Jones

PF: Bosh

F Monroe

C Gortat

C Kief Morris

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 05:17 AM

Keep what you have
12 Team - H2H - 9 Cat 

PG: Russel Westbrook, Darren Collison, Tyreke Evans 

SG: Danny Green, C.J. McCollum, Rodney Hood

SF: Kawhi Leonard, DeMarre Carrol, Robert Covington 

PF/C: Andre Drummond, DeAndre Jordan, Serge Ibaka, Markieff Morris