Of course, he could have been lying to me about planning to play Wade, but it's given me food for thought.
This is one of my favorite aspects of the game. Im in a small group, and the leader always gets to play mental games because no one wants to pick the same as them. There's an element of psychological warfare that I really like.
I am at 86%. Having used up PG and Hibbert, I had to choose between Cole, Anderson, Rio and Udonis Haslem in the Heat-Pacers series.
10 team standard 2RB, 2WR/TE, 1Flex, 1TE
Lesean McCoy, MJD, Reggie Bush, Shane Vereen,Joique Bell, Zac Stacy, Deangelo, Edwin Baker
Dez Bryant, Keenan Allen
H2H standard 10 team league
PG: Kyrie, John Wall, Ty Lawson, Goran Dragic, Jarrett Jack
SG: Gordon Hayward, Rodney Stuckey, Manu
SF: Rudy Gay, Kawhi Leonard
PF: Kenneth Faried, Brandon Bass, Jordan Hill
C: Marcin Gortat, Anderson Varejao, Robin Lopez, KG
Dang, that's pretty good. As long as you get some good production out of your lesser players, you shouldn't lose too much ground. Probably will stay in the 95%+ range.
I'm at 97.1% with Duncan, Parker, Wade, Ginobili, and Bosh left. if the series goes 6 or 7 games I'll lose ground, but if either team wins in 5 I expect to finish close to you Iandobate. Probably won't overtake you since you built up such a lead in the first 3 rounds, but I'll be close behind probably.
What are some of your percentiles and ranks? Can anyone beat Iandobate's 54th?