Code of Hammurabi

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  1. I expect him to outproduce Chapman and Britton and lead MLB in saves with over 70.
  2. Flashing is age at 30 years old? Horford has always been a slightly below average rebounder.
  3. That team would be awful still. No real playmaker/pg and no outside shooting. Forget about the fact that it would feature three ball dominant players. That lineup is just a poor collection of pieces that fits like a square peg in a circle.
  4. For those wanting to be bullish on his outlook with the prospect of more playing time, check out his per 36 min splits. Looks a lot like Wes Matthews in his prime with potentially better fg% Of course this is anecdotal analysis.
  5. Cant see him worthy of being rostered in leagues without an IR option.
  6. Huge bump for Biyombo. 8ppg/10rpg/1.6 blocks the rest of the way?
  7. Long live Jay Cutler
  8. A Gms favorite words.....______________ "has been ruled out"
  9. I'd take all of those dudes over Paul easily, without hesitation except for Turner.
  10. I think managers really have to consider dropping in competitive leagues without an IR spot. 8 weeks would mean hes back in late March. Owners will be lucky to get 10-15 games out of him with a couple of those games the "ramp up" games where hes on a min restriction. Paul has an opt out and wont take any chances with his health (nor should he). He's looking at 25-30 million per season on a 5 year deal in what will surely be his last big contract. He'll prioritize his health and being 110% for the playoffs. This is a conundrum for managers.
  11. Already ruled out for tomorrow.
  12. Just packaged he and Rubio for Kemba Walker in a 12 cat league roto league (base 9 cats, plus FTM, FGM, 3%). Im just too concerned that the ship in NY is sunken. So much risk with him. He has trade risk (probably minimal), health risk (knee and shoulder woes), shutdown risk (either due to injury or NYK being out of it). I would have preferred to keep Rubio, but I'm just THAT concerned with his outlook.
  13. Love to hear young players talking like this. Malcolm Brogdon said he's played with a chip on his shoulder his entire career, and falling to the second round on draft day only added fuel to the fire. "My whole career, I’ve been an underdog, I’ve been underestimated," Brogdon said. "Therefore I’ve had a chip on my shoulder my entire career. Being drafted in the second round when you think you’re supposed to be in the first round, a lottery pick, the chip grows bigger. And you have more to prove." Brogdon is emerging as a draft day steal with his impressive play as a starter, contributing 9.1 points, 3.9 dimes, 1.0 triple, 0.9 steals and 1.5 turnovers a night on 45.6 percent shooting.
  14. Starting to really get a man crush on this dude's game. He's a great talent a near perfect fit in that system. Very smooth, controlled game and can get into the lane at will. He's got a ton of upside going forward