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  1. I paste what I wrote in another topic: "Ante Zizic anyone? He hasn't been mentioned around but he's a very skilled and productive player (check his summer league and euro highlights) while Tristan Thompson is overpaid trash stemming from LBJ era, who imo gets showcased early and eventually traded or shutdown (and Nance seems more like a backup energy pf/c who tends to get injured). Guess also the fact that he and Sexton are the only pieces remaining from the Kyrie trade bodes well as the team would love to prove it wasn't that much of a disaster move." With injuries piling up in this lost Cavs' season and new coach's praise, just watch out for the kid.
  2. Taking Simmons/Drummond would mean punting or weakening at least 2 of 3: FT/3pt/TO (and perhaps points) which would be pretty reckless on the 1/2 rd turn. Dipo is on another level as he doesn't demand punting anything as 1st pick (even fg% paired with pg13 as you could get likes of JV/Adams/Whiteside/Kanter, but it would obviously be an option).
  3. Dipo has improved his fg% each season and it should be above average for pg/sg. I wouldn't compare it to Simmons' or Drummond's ft% impact.
  4. Ante Zizic anyone? He hasn't been mentioned around but he's a very skilled and productive player (check his summer league and euro highlights) while Tristan Thompson is overpaid trash stemming from LBJ era, who imo gets showcased early and eventually traded or shutdown (and Nance seems more like a backup energy pf/c who tends to get injured). Guess also the fact that he and Sexton are the only pieces remaining from the Kyrie trade bodes well as the team would love to prove it wasn't that much of a disaster move.
  5. I agree he's more of a 6th man type player but his assists went up last season and matched Rubio's per 36 min. If Rubio goes down he should see a nice upstick in playing time and production.
  6. If he's health trouble are really behind him he's got to make some kind of a leap this year, perhaps as sixth man. He hasn't been that fantasy friendly so far but he really improved last season. I'm holding in dynasty as Rubio's handcuff but if he gets injured I'm never gonna touch him again.
  7. Reggie Jackson: Aug 24: He'll be worth a late-round selection on draft day after averaging 14.5 points, 6.0 assists, 0.9 triples and 0.8 steals per game on 43.4 percent shooting this past season. Sep 13:The 26-year-old will return as the Pistons starting point guard and will be a mid-round pick in standard fantasy leagues after averaging 14.5 points, 6.0 assists, 0.8 steals, and 0.9 treys in 2015-16. Seems like his stock is rising on RW, just mind he averaged 18.8/6.2/1.5/0.7
  8. Yesterday about Teague (and similar tone applied to other hawks i believe as well): "He is almost certainly going to rest on Tuesday, so his fantasy owners should plan for him not to play.". And yet he is set to play tonight. If you have no idea just dont write this speculative bull****. Some may actully make their moves according to "expert advice". Fortunately I dont.
  9. Latest JV blurb: "The minutes have been a bit up lately and Valanciunas is responding" No, they have not, they've actually come down - he's just beasting and has been ranked 33rd for last week in only 24 mpg (81% fg!).