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  1. Help! Whir

    Also not that familiar with points leagues, but I slightly like the Kyrie side... but it is a very close deal either way. Team needs kinda drives this one. Thanks for the help with mine.
  2. 20-team salary cap dynasty league, 9-cat H2H, need to stay under cap and can only drop players on the last year of their contract. I'm looking to repeat as champ this year so I'm definitely making moves with that in mind. Thinking of dropping Dirk Nowitzki for Nemanja Bjelica, who's ballin' out right now in Sactown. The issue is, if I pick up Bjelica, I'm committed to him for at least this year and next due to the above-mentioned drop restrictions. Do people see him sustaining this level of play for the next couple of years, or will Bagley start depressing his value? Comes down to this: keep Dirk with the flexibility to drop him for someone else at any time, or grab Bjelica while I can and hope to ride a sustained level of stat-stuffing success for the next year or two. My roster: Ben Simmons, James Harden, Rudy Gay, Otto Porter, Rudy Gobert, Lou Williams, Pascal Siakam, Rodney Hood, Domantas Sabonis, Dirk Nowitzki, Zach Collins, DJ Augustin, Wayne Seldon Jr. Thoughts? Thanks, and leave your link for help in return.
  3. How "long term" do people foresee this happening? The way Bjelica's playing now, and the fact that the Kings are over .500, do you think maybe he keeps the job for the next couple of years anyway? Guy is filling up the stat sheet.
  4. Trade Mack vs Cook ?

    Stick with Mack unless it's a dynasty. Thanks for the help with mine.
  5. Thanks, I'm up 11, I've got Gordon, he's got James White.
  6. Who you got -- Josh Gordon for whatever amount of time BB decides to play him tonight, or Kelvin Benjamin for the whole game? Thought it was a no-brainer until the tardiness story hit. Standard, non-PPR scoring. Thanks!
  7. Amari Cooper 2018 Outlook

    I do think the Cowboys overpaid, but I think some folks are underrating Cooper's fantasy value here. It's all about targets, and you'd better believe Dallas will be feeding him plenty. I'm not a huge Dak fan either, but when Amari was given double digit targets from Carr and the s##t show that was the Raiders, he produced 116 yards (with 10 catches on 10 targets) and 128 yards and a TD. How is that in any way, shape, or form droppable?
  8. Amari Cooper 2018 Outlook

    Except Cooper already has more Pro Bowl appearances in three seasons (2) than Williams and Galloway had combined in 24 seasons (1).
  9. Kind of like it the way you have it. It's close, but once Melo starts getting comfortable as the lead dog in the second unit, IMO he'll do enough to edge out JJ, for this year anyway. Thanks for the help with mine.
  10. Which side? Whir

    Agreed, in points league I def prefer George/Milsap. Thanks for the help with mine!
  11. H2H 9-cat 20-team dynasty league Rudy Gay or JJ Redick... overall value, who ya got ROS? I own Gay, was offered Redick for him. Thanks. Leave your link for help in return.
  12. Waiver Wire Season Savers 2018-2019

    Has he taken a step back in the past couple months? As of early July he was 20 pounds heavier than last year and according to his teammates, noticeably stronger: https://www.oregonlive.com/blazers/index.ssf/2018/07/portland_trail_blazers_zach_collins_boosting_bicep.html An excerpt: Collins says he weighs 240 pounds, roughly 20 pounds more than this time last year, and between 7-10 of those pounds are muscle he's added this offseason. Mention Collins' name to a teammate and he'll immediately point to his new bulk and strength. "He's been living in the weight room," Jake Layman said. "He's definitely gotten bigger, stronger. He looks good." Added Baldwin: "A lot stronger. Seems to be a lot more patient, keeping the ball in the post. Zach's going to make strides, he's a hell of a player, smart, and just knows the game well. He's going to be fine." As Collins' body has expanded, his eating habits have evolved. He said he's refined his diet to include healthier and more consistent eating, and he's cut-out sugar altogether.
  13. I like the Adams/Portis side too. Agree with the above comment about trade value... IMO Portis is gonna beast early season and you can flip him for something better than Matthews. Help me please...