fabrar

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  1. I wouldn't drop anyone. You have a pretty good squad and no one on the wire is really a better replacement than Dragic or Herro. I would say MAYBE you could drop Herro for Prince but even then, Prince isn't really much of a difference-maker and I'd rather gamble on Herro's upside.
  2. LOL wtf why were you even looking at Wiggins like...at all?
  3. Lol at people saying they're reaching for him. You don't reach for the lord you mortal heathens, the Lord reaches to you and compels you with his heavenly choir to pick him up.
  4. Our glorious Lord has ascended to a higher plane, channeling the mythical God of Boards Rodman
  5. He was extremely frustrating last year. Not touching him unless he falls to like the 8th or 9th round. His production will go down too. He was basically the guy in Miami but he might actually end up being the 4th option in Philly. Efficiency and steals might go up but I'm expecting a steep drop off in scoring, assists, rebounds etc
  6. Does this take into account the volume though? For example, in 18/19 Drummond took 5.2 FTs at a 59% clip, and Whiteside took 3.4% at 44%. This will weigh much more towards your FT% than just bare averages
  7. Yeah it's kind of a waste of one of Lillard's best cats, FT, to draft guys like Drummond/Whiteside. For my roto build around Lillard, I tried to go for big guys that are good to great at FT - Ayton, BroLo, Gasol, Dedmon etc. I guess Favors is the odd one out there though lol but his volume isn't that high to hurt you too much.
  8. Agreed. Yes, he was insane with the blocks last year, but like you said, he really only has half a season of that kind of production, and there are lots of other external factors that could prevent him from reaching that level. Now, if his ADP was after the 5th-6th round, i'd take a chance on him, no questions asked. But when it comes to your first 4 picks, the guys who will be the cornerstones of your team and essentially help you win, I prefer someone with more of a history of producing on a consistent basis.
  9. Agreed with you somewhat. i would say that Kemba last year was an anomaly - I highly doubt we see that kind of production from him in Boston with Tatum, Hayward, Jaylen Brown etc. In CHA he pretty much the only offense and had the green light to take as many shots as he wanted. Reason I kind of hesitate to take Jokic in the 1st is because he struggles to score sometimes, and scoring is really at a premium in the later rounds. I feel like you have to have a 25ish ppg scorer as your first pick unless you want an uphill battle later on. This is the case in roto anyway and might be different in H2H, which i've never drafted Jokic in. I'm sure you could put together a nice punt points team around him.
  10. Won with him in 17/18 when he avgd 27/6.6/4.5. trying to remember who else I had on my team then - Butler, Whiteside, Klay and RoCo off the top of my head
  11. Would not draft Jokic, at least at the #6 spot where he usually goes. Would much rather have Lillard or even Embiid there
  12. You're assuming that harden or Kat will be available at #3. Chances are one or both might be gone by then. What are you gonna do if that happens?
  13. I came in here to point this out but you went in dry on him already LOL. But yeah, punting in roto is a surefire way to lose because you're gonna have an EXTREMELY difficult uphill battle everywhere else.
  14. I took him with the 14th pick, and the sad thing it was completely by accident. I was going to take Vuc but for some reason I had no idea I was on the clock and didn't even realize it until I had about 2 seconds left. Pg was the auto-selection and got drafted by the computer lol
  15. Imo Conley is still a safer pick than cp3 and fox. Cp3 might be better per game but he will almost certainly miss a lot of games. Fox has really only had one good year and even then, he fell off the last couple of months - I'd like to see some consistency before burning a top pick on him. Agree that Lowry is underrated and will probably have a very good season this year.
  16. Completely different players, hard to compare them against each other because they provide different things. If you need scoring and 3s, then go with Herro If you need stocks out the wazoo, go with Thybulle I personally lean towards Thybulle because 3s are easy to find on the wire. It's much harder to find someone who can provide almost 2 steals and blocks a game.
  17. His holiness Lord Covington has left us with a disciple - the young Acolyte Thybulle who shall now follow the path to ascension!
  18. The Lord will never fail us! Rain or shine, blizzard or drought, His holiness will grant us with salvation!
  19. Depends on what you need, and personally for me it would only be between Hero and Bridges as I don't think Monk will be much of a fantasy factor, if at all. If you need scoring and 3s, I'd go with Herro, and if you need stocks, then Bridges is your guy. I do think that Bridges as a clearer path to minutes though, as he's part of the Suns youth movement and is set to continue starting for them. Help:
  20. Grant should be worth taking a flier on in the last rounds. Milsap is just a tad bit washed at this point and Denver seems like they're looking to go with a full youth movement. Grant is young, athletic as hell and fits in nicely with Denver's fast-paced offense. If he gets the minutes, he can be a valuable asset as a guy who could potentially provide a 1/1/1 statline on good %s
  21. It makes sense to have Redick come off the bench to provide some elite shooting for the 2nd unit. As for Hart, NAW just looks better than him, period. The starting lineup could be something like Ball/Jrue/NAW/Zion/Favors with Redick as the 6th man. This would be a really, really fun (and fantasy friendly) lineup.
  22. Just drafted him in the 5th round - surprised he fell to there but no complaints at all. I think he can definitely return top 30 value. Something like 23/5/4 isn't too far out of the question. Maybe playing in a better system with better teammates will even help his efficiency.
  23. Got Conley in the 4th and D'Angelo in the 5th for a nice 3-guard lineup haha
  24. Anybody buying on Rudy this year with a late round pick? He actually put up some nice stats last season. But now that Dejounte is back his usage will probably go down + getting minutes managed. Can he pull off 13/5/2 with a steal and a 3 on good %s? Could be worth a flier in the last couple of rounds.