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  1. I would say so, yes.
  2. Just imagine he's relatively fine and this is all just mind-games to mess with Cleveland
  3. 8-10pts, 4reb, 2ast, 1.5 3pm, 0.5stl 0.5blk .400FG .750FT Basically his season averages, except I can see a slight uptick in points/3's from open looks, but fewer boards/assists
  4. If he's going to have his worst week of the season I'd rather have it now than during playoffs. He still has time to get out of his funk before it counts for us, which, given his history of overall consistency, I'm thinking is a pretty safe bet. My main concern moving forward is potential rest days. I'm hoping they'll only be sitting a couple guys at a time, which hopefully means the games Draymond sits will be countered by games where he has to carry more of the offensive load.
  5. Wouldn't it be Adams starting C, Taj starting PF, Kanter backup?
  6. Welp, there goes my hopes of buying low.
  7. I hope the Raptors can land him without giving up too much. I read somewhere else the Suns are hoping for a 1st rounder in return, which I don't think would be too bad considering it'd likely be a low pick
  8. Haha this is exactly how I would have reacted. "Oh reaally? ...Hey you media guys, you know what's super great? New Orleans! I love it here!" And I don't think that's sarcasm. Like, "New Orleans is great and I'm thrilled to be the hell away from that management team."
  9. If they want to have something for the fans to watch they should limit his minutes. I honestly think if they crank him up to 35+ mpg he's going to get blown out inside a month. From both a fantasy and real-life perspective, and as an owner in all my leagues, I want to believe he can go to SAC for 2 months at full blast and I can ride his stats through the playoffs and everything works out great. However, given his injury history, I'm not very optimistic about it working out that way. I preferred his situation in NO, where the outlook seemed to be a gradual increase in PT leading into the fantasy playoffs.
  10. I could see Butler moving to BOS as a possibility, but what kind of assets do OKC have that they can utilize to improve their situation (assuming they keep Adams and Oladipo)? I wonder if New Orleans has an upcoming game with Golden State on their schedule. I'm really curious to see how GS would go about defending them.
  11. I'm pretty excited about this trade despite how lopsided it was. I'm wondering what NBA teams that have been gearing more towards small and fast are going to do when they have to defend these guys.
  12. Ooooh right, I forgot that happened prior to Silver taking over.
  13. How did that old Chris Paul trade get vetoed and this one didn't?
  14. This trade reminds me of how the Clippers got Chris Paul
  15. I've been stashing this guy in multiple leagues anticipating a NO playoff push with a decent mpg come playoff time. The fact that his ROS outlook is currently pretty murky has me a bit concerned. If he stays in SAC it's not like they have any incentive to play him more minutes than what he's currently getting in NO. If he gets waived and signs with a strong contender it also probably doesn't bode well for his minutes. I think best case scenario might be he gets traded to a team in a similar playoff situation to what NO was in prior to their trade. Odds of that happening? Ehhhh... Guess we'll wait and see.