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  1. Jonas Valanciunas 2018-19 Season Outlook

    Seriously, why even say that? It wasn't no news is good news: because he told us that, no news was bad news. Then he played him. Fantasy basketball is difficult enough without basically getting #fakenews from head coaches that we need to try to decipher.
  2. Pascal Siakam 2018-2019 Season Outlook

    We both know that's not really a question anymore. Back to back FG% bet champ.
  3. Avery Bradley 2018-2019 Season Outlook

    I'm not, but in the leagues I grabbed him in yesterday for today and tomorrow's back to back, I'm gonna have to think long and hard about dropping tomorrow morning.
  4. Jonas Valanciunas 2018-19 Season Outlook

    But remember, apparently he's not playing tomorrow. Did anyone hear any different?
  5. Jonas Valanciunas 2018-19 Season Outlook

    Er...okay. Did I just stumble into a Ivan Rabb superfan?
  6. Jonas Valanciunas 2018-19 Season Outlook

    They're not analysis...? What are they then? Considering Rabb has averaged 11 minutes all year, I don't think it's JV that needs to outplay him, but Rabb that needs to outplay JV. I'm just kinda bemused that you're insulted that rotoworld dare suggest that JV is better than Ivan Rabb, who no one had ever heard of three months ago. Like maybe Rabb will keep the starting job, but it's not definitely not crazy to think he won't.
  7. Jonas Valanciunas 2018-19 Season Outlook

    If they didn't add at least a tiny bit of analysis to the news, what would the point be? Look at who's already started ahead of Rabb this year. It's not insane to assume that JV eventually will.
  8. Jonas Valanciunas 2018-19 Season Outlook

    Not playing back to backs. Now starts the dance of "should I activate for tomorrow or not".
  9. LA Lakers 2018-2019 Season Thread

    I don't disagree at all, but it's hilarious how the same people that defend the Lakers here were ****ting on the Celtics for their "treatment" of IT. Like either everyone is a pro and it's no hard feelings or the Celtics and Lakers and every other team are dickheads and no one wants to sign with them. To try to portray it as one way for some teams and another for others is just plain dumb.
  10. Kyrie Irving 2018-2019 Season Outlook

    https://twitter.com/wojespn/status/1094691688470196224 Not serious, day to day
  11. Kevin Love 2018-19 Season Outlook

    Scene: Establishing shot, exterior, dive bar in Philadelphia on a snowy January night, 1995 Interior shot: two guys sitting at the bar Frank: Hey Mike, do you know if Karl Malone is playing tonight? The Jazz are playing the Rockets, and I have him on my fantasy team. Mike: I dunno, I can't check my smartphone cause it won't be invented for like 13 years still and ESPN doesn't have a scroll on the bottom of the screen yet either, I don't think. But he's not hurt, so yeah he's ******** playing. Frank: Thanks. End scene
  12. Kevin Love 2018-19 Season Outlook

    I get that they can't do that, but the Cavs are being such cocks about this. He doesn't play for three months, then you play him six minutes, then you rest him the next day? Either he's ready to play or not, stop the ******** madness. s--- like this has me feeling nostalgic for the 90s. I didn't play fantasy then (obviously? I guess I was old enough but with dial up internet how could that be fun?) but can you imagine? Players are either hurt or they're ******** playing! Wow! What a time to be alive!!!!!
  13. Delon Wright 2018-2019 Season Outlook

    This is definitely a game theory type situation: I agree Delon could be a decent 12 teamer in a couple weeks, but there's a very subtle balance here. To me, it's not about just "can you afford to hold him?" but also "can you come back to him later, because no one else will bite if you drop him?" To me, Delon is one of those guys you drop now and if/when he gets hot, you can scoop him back up. Argument in my favor: I started the season with two shares of Isaac, dropped both when he was sucking, now have him on five teams (none of which are the teams I initially had him in). Argument against: I must've owned Mikal in like five different leagues this year. Dropped at some point in all, thinking I could get him back if I needed to. I own zero Mikals now. So it's a risk. But with Delon, I'd drop now and come back later, if you have someone else intriguing on the wire.
  14. Jabari Parker 2018-2019 Season Outlook

    Zubac and Kenrich are good dudes to bring up. JV should've been rostered and if he wasn't, it was because he was hurt, not because he was on the Raps. Portis and DSJ likewise should've been rostered.
  15. Jahlil Okafor 2018-2019 Season Outlook

    Sad mostly cause I wanted to see if he was still gonna be at least meh when AD played (and then obviously good when he sits). But I guess we'll wait a few more days to find out. I for one won't be doing it while he's on my roster.