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  1. Robert Covington 2017-2018 season outlook

    Yeah, sixers’ schedule rocks for playoffs, but it’s looking like embiid, saric, and Simmons are the safest bets.
  2. Robert Covington 2017-2018 season outlook

    I have SAC week 19, and sixers week 18, but just saw that it’s the all-star weekend schedule. They are the only ones that play 3 games upon return.
  3. Robert Covington 2017-2018 season outlook

    I would love if someone offered me Lavine in return hah
  4. Robert Covington 2017-2018 season outlook

    The disconcerting thing is that this was without Reddick. The (hazy) light at the end of the tunnel being the sixer’s 5 game week before playoffs.
  5. Robert Covington 2017-2018 season outlook

    Went from king to jester. Done with this dude.
  6. 2017-2018 Buy Low / Sell High Thread

    Randle is lackluster to me, but you can probably buy super low on him. I’d say Vuc himself is a buy low target only because of his injury status. If he gets moved, he gets a boost simply because his PO schedule can’t get any worse than the current 3-3-3
  7. Nikola Mirotic 2017-2018 Season Outlook

    Hoping that he’s moved before the deadline. Heads up for CHI owners, they have only 2 games in week 16, same with the Clippers.
  8. Jamal Murray 2017-2018 Season Outlook

    What’s the consensus here? I’m late to the party but managed to pick him up off a waiver; guess the owner got frustrated.
  9. 2017-2018 Buy Low / Sell High Thread

    That’s dependent on settings and standing. If you’re in default yahoo (PO starting week 21), and you’re at the top of your head-to-head league with a Bye week, owning TOR players is a kiss of death hah. That 2 game finals week will be your downfall.
  10. I think your answer is in your post.
  11. Bogdan Bogdanovic 2017-2018 Season Outlook

    The dude can shoot, and I appreciate those boards. I also think his eligibility is coming soon. His thread on uservoice is 8th: https://yahoo.uservoice.com/forums/206157-fantasy-basketball/suggestions/32001172-bogdan-bogdanovic-pg-and-or-sf-eligibility Definitely vote if you haven’t already. In checking basketball-reference, they have his breakdown as 13% SG, 84% SF, 4% PF (lol)
  12. Spencer Dinwiddie 2017-18 Season Outlook

    When his shot doesn’t drop, he makes sure to get those assists. This dude is fun to have on your team in the right circumstance.
  13. MEGA TRADEEEEEZZZZ Help! [WHIR]

    Yeah, all those factor into the equation. Those would also be the reasons why I'm reluctant. Boogie is solid when he plays though. Your safest bet is Lillard in this, but even he has some health issues right now. Before pulling the trigger, I might approach other owners in your league with a similar trade. Lowry + Dipo can certainly get you a top guy with a nice schedule, like LeBron +1. I really hope they don't shut Blake down, because he could have a monster season to end things out.
  14. MEGA TRADEEEEEZZZZ Help! [WHIR]

    Wow, that's robust. Is your PO schedule set to yahoo default (first week starts on the 12th). If so, I think you'd be upgrading your schedule a bit as long as there are waiver wire gems to be added. Dipo, Horford has bad schedules. Lowry has a horrendous 3rd week of playoffs (2 days) which could be what losses things for you if you're doing head-to-head. Rob is somewhat of a wildcard. Who knows if he'll show up during that stretch. On the flip side, Lillard is solid, Boogie has only one more game than Dipo/Horford on the first week, but he's a beast, and Griffin, as long as he stays healthy, has a perfect PO schedule. You're trading into some hefty value, but also giving up some big names. Overall, I'd say you're winning this, but the wire add could be the tide-turner.