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Injury GameWhos got the most?


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#1 nadertime79

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Posted 12 March 2013 - 02:33 PM

Thankfully I locked up first and get a bye next week so I have 2 weeks to get healthy but this is unreal:


Irving-Done (ugh Stuckey)
Asik-DTD
AK47-DTD
Pek-DTD
Beal-DTD
Mayo-Probable
Redick- Probable
Lillard-Probable

I know someone has more right now and I feel bad for whomever that is.

#2 Mcova23

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Posted 12 March 2013 - 02:45 PM

This whole season:

Kevin Love
Pau Gasol
Raymond Felton
Andrei Kirilenko
Nikola Pekovic
Andrew Bogut

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Posted 12 March 2013 - 02:57 PM

Kevin Love, Irving, Leonard/Felton/AD/Mullens all missing over a month, Pek, AK, Matthews (somewhat), Gay now all in one league. Just unreal.

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Posted 12 March 2013 - 03:25 PM

Irving and Rondo

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Posted 12 March 2013 - 03:29 PM

Lost Parker
Lost Irving
Back DTD Rudy Gay
Knee DTD Leonard
Knee Illy
Team 1: 10 Team H2H 9 Cat
PG: John Wall, Kemba Walker, MCW
SG: Kyrie Irving, Eric Bledsoe, Jodie Meeks
SF: Nicolas Batum, Tobias Harris, Trevor Ariza
PF: Kevin Love, Paul Millsap
C: Derrick Favors, Spencer Hawes

Team 2: 12 Team H2H 9 Cat
PG: Chris Paul, Russell Westbrook, MCW
SG: Brandon Knight, Lance Stephenson
SF: Gordon Hayward, Jimmy Butler, Trevor Ariza
PF: Derrick Favors, John Henson
C: DeMarcus Cousins, Spencer Hawes, Andre Drummond

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Posted 12 March 2013 - 03:59 PM

Kyrie
Gortat
Pekovic
Kirilenko
Ilyasova
Sanders
Pierce (rest)
Lillard (DTD)

You have to consider the timing of these injuries. Most happened recently and playoffs are around the corner which sucks.

PS. Nothing I didn't expect. Most injuries occur toward the end of the season but the worst part is you get the sense that the other teams don't seem to be suffering as much as you are and the favorites to win are healthy as a mule.

Edited by TheOneAboveAll, 12 March 2013 - 04:01 PM.


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Posted 12 March 2013 - 05:22 PM

lost Kyrie Irving, Gortat and Anderson Varejao, my team is now thin on center and can't catch up on assists, 3's and some steals. If all three are healthy, I have good chance winning my league, now just wishful thinking = =!
2013-14 8 Team H2H Standard 9 cat. Keeper League
PG: Russell Westbrook, Kyle Lowry, Brandon Knight(SG), Eric Bledsoe(SG)*
SG: Kyrie Irving(PG), Kevin Martin(SF), Jimmy Butler*(SG), Danny Green(SF)*^
SF: Nicolas Batum(SG), Chandler Parsons(PF), Khris Middleton(PF)*^
PF: Chris Bosh©, David Lee©, Tobias Harris(SF), Luol Deng(SF)
C:  Nikola Vucevic(PF), Tyson Chandler*, Taj Gibson(PF)*


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[size=4]keeper: Russell Westbrook, Kyrie Irving, Nikola Vucevic, Nicolas Batum[/size]

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Posted 13 March 2013 - 05:20 PM

J. Smoove. Add another one to the list of players getting injured right before fantasy playoffs. <_<
Team 1: 10 Team H2H 9 Cat
PG: John Wall, Kemba Walker, MCW
SG: Kyrie Irving, Eric Bledsoe, Jodie Meeks
SF: Nicolas Batum, Tobias Harris, Trevor Ariza
PF: Kevin Love, Paul Millsap
C: Derrick Favors, Spencer Hawes

Team 2: 12 Team H2H 9 Cat
PG: Chris Paul, Russell Westbrook, MCW
SG: Brandon Knight, Lance Stephenson
SF: Gordon Hayward, Jimmy Butler, Trevor Ariza
PF: Derrick Favors, John Henson
C: DeMarcus Cousins, Spencer Hawes, Andre Drummond

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Posted 13 March 2013 - 05:37 PM

my casualties through the first 3 days of playoffs:

ak47
pek
drummond
teague
josh smith
10 team H2H (PTS, 3s, FG%, FT%, OREB, DREB, AST, STL, BLK), PG-G-G-F-F-C-UTILx3

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Posted 13 March 2013 - 05:44 PM

It's as bad as I can remember this year.  I might ditch H2H completely in basketball next year and go exclusively to roto.  H2H basketball just really sucks donkey d IMO.

I've lost Kyrie, Gortat, Pek, Sessions, and Butler (no big loss) in an 18 teamer.  Z-Bo just came back for me in that league.  But I'm about to probably lose Melo in that one as well.  Kyrie, Melo, Gortat, and Z-Bo were my first four picks, so it's been brutal.  Never had a fantasy squad this badly ravaged by injuries across the board in any sport.

Edited by mjk356, 13 March 2013 - 05:47 PM.


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Posted 13 March 2013 - 06:17 PM

I know that feel man. You would think that this year would be better than last year in terms of injuries. Last year was pretty bad due to the compressed schedule, but this year... whoa.
Team 1: 10 Team H2H 9 Cat
PG: John Wall, Kemba Walker, MCW
SG: Kyrie Irving, Eric Bledsoe, Jodie Meeks
SF: Nicolas Batum, Tobias Harris, Trevor Ariza
PF: Kevin Love, Paul Millsap
C: Derrick Favors, Spencer Hawes

Team 2: 12 Team H2H 9 Cat
PG: Chris Paul, Russell Westbrook, MCW
SG: Brandon Knight, Lance Stephenson
SF: Gordon Hayward, Jimmy Butler, Trevor Ariza
PF: Derrick Favors, John Henson
C: DeMarcus Cousins, Spencer Hawes, Andre Drummond

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Posted 13 March 2013 - 10:54 PM

Sigh...Irving, J smoove, R Anderson, now Chandler :(
12 Team ---- 10-Cat---- Head to Head
FG% FT% 3PTM 3PT% PTS REB AST ST BLK TO

PG: C. Paul, R.Rubio, J. Nelson
SG: M.Thornton, J.Redick
SF: C. Parsons, G. Hayward
PF: D. Nowitzki, K. Faried
C: R. Hibbert, J.Mcgee, S. Dalembert, A Bynum, A. Len


16 Team----9 Cat-----Head to Head
FG% FT% 3PTM PTS REB AST ST BLK TO

PG: M. Conley, P. Beverley
SG:M. Ellis, E. Bledsoe, K. Martin,
SF: K.Korver, J. Anderson, G. Wallace
PF: C Kaman, J. Henson, A. Bargnani, R. Evans
C: M. Gasol, E. Kanter, C. Frye

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Posted 13 March 2013 - 11:02 PM

Kyrie, Love, Pekovic, Rose, Stoudemire
12 team PPR league
QB: Andrew Luck
RB: Alfred Morris
RB: CJ Spiller
FLEX: Shane Vereen
WR: Demaryius Thomas
WR: Roddy White
WR: Rueben Randle
TE: Kyle Rudolph
D/ST: Cardinals
K: Adam Vinatieri
Bench: Danny Woodhead, Steven Jackson, Jarrett Boykin, Ahmad Bradshaw, Andrew Hawkins, Ronnie Hillman, Roy Helu

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Posted 13 March 2013 - 11:10 PM

and lou williams. list probably goes on
12 team PPR league
QB: Andrew Luck
RB: Alfred Morris
RB: CJ Spiller
FLEX: Shane Vereen
WR: Demaryius Thomas
WR: Roddy White
WR: Rueben Randle
TE: Kyle Rudolph
D/ST: Cardinals
K: Adam Vinatieri
Bench: Danny Woodhead, Steven Jackson, Jarrett Boykin, Ahmad Bradshaw, Andrew Hawkins, Ronnie Hillman, Roy Helu

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Posted 13 March 2013 - 11:16 PM

one of my teams started out with
Varejao
Gasol
Mo Williams
Bynum
Jason Richardson

Was able to get
drummond
Amare
Bogut

Now Im stuck with
Humphries
Jermaine Oneal
and luckily Wilson Chandler, Delfino and Jameer Nelson.

Plus I traded away Cousins for Conley coz I thought I had too much big men before Gasol Drummond Amare went out. Safe to say, the reb cats I dominated early this season Ive been losing recently. Im still at third but I'm not confident I can beat the top two anymore. My other team also has Gortat/Gasol but the impact isn't as hard as this one and I think I can still win that one.

Edited by boytoy, 13 March 2013 - 11:17 PM.

2013-2014 teams


G -- Harden, Lawson, Kemba, Kevmart, Kobe, Rubio
F -- Iggy, Parsons, Klay
C --  Brow, Gortat, Plumlee, Deandre


G -- Curry, Teague, Calderon, Marshall
F -- Thad Young, Jimmy Butler, Tobias, Carroll, Dunleavy
C -- The Brow, M. Gasol, David Lee, Jonas

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Posted 14 March 2013 - 08:01 AM

It's just going to get worse and worse each year imo as the game gets faster and more athletic but the human anatomy and minimal protective gear remain the same.  Just look at the average speed of the game and how much more time is spent with massive guys flying above the rim with little speedy guys, injuries are unavoidable.  Even 10-15 years ago looks slowed down compared to today (on average, of course there's always been freak athletes).
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Posted 14 March 2013 - 08:54 AM

That's the problem with H2H.  You can have a killer team but one ill-timed injury during the playoffs or teams resting players and you can get bounced early.  Then the season distills down to lucking out on the waiver wire as you scramble to find fill ins.

Every year, I see teams advance in the playoffs using waiver wire fodder who get PT that they otherwise wouldn't.

The problem with roto is that 80% of the time the top 2 or 3 teams in the league are pretty much decided by the first week in March.

Some injuries are surprising (e.g., Rondo) and others are failrly easy to predict (e.g., Irving).  Rondo misses time each season but nothing to the extent of his knee injury.  Irving is guaranteed to miss time.  Teams that lose Rondo should be frustrated but if you were relying on Irving to be healthy for the H2H playoffs you were just playing with fire.

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Posted 14 March 2013 - 09:06 AM

View Postmbroo5880i, on 14 March 2013 - 08:54 AM, said:

That's the problem with H2H.  You can have a killer team but one ill-timed injury during the playoffs or teams resting players and you can get bounced early.  Then the season distills down to lucking out on the waiver wire as you scramble to find fill ins.

Every year, I see teams advance in the playoffs using waiver wire fodder who get PT that they otherwise wouldn't.

The problem with roto is that 80% of the time the top 2 or 3 teams in the league are pretty much decided by the first week in March.

Some injuries are surprising (e.g., Rondo) and others are failrly easy to predict (e.g., Irving).  Rondo misses time each season but nothing to the extent of his knee injury.  Irving is guaranteed to miss time.  Teams that lose Rondo should be frustrated but if you were relying on Irving to be healthy for the H2H playoffs you were just playing with fire.

I know no one wants to get into the H2H vs Roto argument again but it's funny that for some people the argument against H2H is what makes it more fun for others.  By that I mean I like the fact that there is luck involved in H2H, it makes it more like real competition if you ask me.  Think about it, a team in the NBA can lose their star player at any time and lose all hope of winning a championship.  Not just that, but a 6th seed, although unlikely, can sneak into the playoffs and win it all - just like in H2H.

I find the argument in favor of Roto, that there is less left to chance and more about your draft and pure strategy, unappealing but I understand it.  It brings up the topic of whether you prefer fantasy sports to mimic the chaos of the actual game or if you prefer it to be more like a board game or any other strategy game where you are more in control of what happens.  I like the fact that at any time I can be screwed or right back in the thick of things with some key injuries but like I said I understand why this is a deterent to some.

I have brought this up before, but I was never a fan of Roto after I drafted a great team one year and totally lost interest in the league.  Luckily when I knew I was losing interest, I went in an set my line-ups for the entire year.  I finished 2nd in a 12 team league full of guys who were basketball junkies.  That would never happen in H2H.

Also, one could argue that planning for injuries is part of the H2H strategy, and barring losing a top 1 or 2 pick, a well constructed team should still be able to win it all.  I guess I just don't see the fun in removing all the risk.  Like anything in life, as great as winning or coming in first is, the excitement of it all is the real reward.
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Posted 14 March 2013 - 11:18 AM

I went Irving, Love, Gasol, Lowry, Wall in one league talk about disappointment. In 8th place out of 12 though somehow.
12 Team ESPN H2H League

Cam Newton (Car - QB)
LeSean McCoy   (PHI - RB)
Eddie Lacy (GB - RB)
Greg Jennings    (MIN - WR)
Vincent Jackson (TB - WR)
Jordy Nelson   (GB - WR)
Colts   (Defense)
Phil Dawson   (SF - K)
Seahawks (HC)
Antonio Gates   (SD - TE)
Matt Forte   (CHI - RB)
Terrance Williams         (DAL - WR)
Jordan Cameron   (CLE - TE)
Bilal Powell   (Jets - RB)

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Posted 14 March 2013 - 02:11 PM

View Postkrupocin, on 14 March 2013 - 09:06 AM, said:

View Postmbroo5880i, on 14 March 2013 - 08:54 AM, said:

That's the problem with H2H.  You can have a killer team but one ill-timed injury during the playoffs or teams resting players and you can get bounced early.  Then the season distills down to lucking out on the waiver wire as you scramble to find fill ins.

Every year, I see teams advance in the playoffs using waiver wire fodder who get PT that they otherwise wouldn't.

The problem with roto is that 80% of the time the top 2 or 3 teams in the league are pretty much decided by the first week in March.

Some injuries are surprising (e.g., Rondo) and others are failrly easy to predict (e.g., Irving).  Rondo misses time each season but nothing to the extent of his knee injury.  Irving is guaranteed to miss time.  Teams that lose Rondo should be frustrated but if you were relying on Irving to be healthy for the H2H playoffs you were just playing with fire.

I know no one wants to get into the H2H vs Roto argument again but it's funny that for some people the argument against H2H is what makes it more fun for others.  By that I mean I like the fact that there is luck involved in H2H, it makes it more like real competition if you ask me.  Think about it, a team in the NBA can lose their star player at any time and lose all hope of winning a championship.  Not just that, but a 6th seed, although unlikely, can sneak into the playoffs and win it all - just like in H2H.

I find the argument in favor of Roto, that there is less left to chance and more about your draft and pure strategy, unappealing but I understand it.  It brings up the topic of whether you prefer fantasy sports to mimic the chaos of the actual game or if you prefer it to be more like a board game or any other strategy game where you are more in control of what happens.  I like the fact that at any time I can be screwed or right back in the thick of things with some key injuries but like I said I understand why this is a deterent to some.

I have brought this up before, but I was never a fan of Roto after I drafted a great team one year and totally lost interest in the league.  Luckily when I knew I was losing interest, I went in an set my line-ups for the entire year.  I finished 2nd in a 12 team league full of guys who were basketball junkies.  That would never happen in H2H.

Also, one could argue that planning for injuries is part of the H2H strategy, and barring losing a top 1 or 2 pick, a well constructed team should still be able to win it all.  I guess I just don't see the fun in removing all the risk.  Like anything in life, as great as winning or coming in first is, the excitement of it all is the real reward.

Oops, I just reread my post.  I wasn't intending to point favorably toward one or the other.  I prefer H2H over roto as well.  I was just pointing out that injuries are part of it and, then, reflected on the negative aspect of roto.  I play both each season because they are different.  I have come out the winner and the loser on the luck factor in H2H.  It does make it interesting.

Edited by mbroo5880i, 14 March 2013 - 02:11 PM.