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  1. Nemanja Bjelica 2017-2018 Season Outlook

    As soon as Butler went down he should have been snapped up instantly. He put up serviceable numbers in his starts this year, and cause of his age and Thibs giving starters stupid minutes, he always had the potential for more. Glad I own him in a few deeper leagues.
  2. JaMychal Green 2017-2018 Season Outlook

    In standard 9 cat leagues, he's pretty empty points and boards (although I'd go gobble him up in deeper leagues, or if you're really weak in rebounds). In points leagues however, this guy is absolute gold. Just don't go banking on stocks from this dude.
  3. Lonzo Ball 2017-2018 Season Outlook

    26/59 from three his past 9 games. En fuego.
  4. Nemanja Bjelica 2017-2018 Season Outlook

    Don't expect a lot of points, but looks to be a very good glue guy who'll chip in across multiple categories (3s, steals, boards and assists).
  5. Tomas Satoransky 2017-2018 Season Outlook

    Floor is probably lower in points, but the rest I'm inclined to more or less agree with
  6. Yahoo Player Ratings

    Diamond here too, I'd be interested.
  7. Not on a fantasy related note, but it kinda sucks that once you've been pigeonholed as a bust, teams will just treat you that way (even when there's new evidence to the contrary). His per minute production in both Houston and Milkwaukee (and now NYC) was very, very good, and he looks to be a pretty good defender by the eye test. It's funny, Derrick Rose had by far the better start to his career, but is a far worse player now, yet he continues to get chances based off what he did a decade ago whilst Beasley gets buried on the bench unless his coaches are forced to play him...
  8. Nikola Jokic 2017-18 Season Outlook

    Giannis was consistently a top 4 pick and Jokic was an end of first round type guy. So I'm assuming 4-6 team league right?
  9. Another player poised to break out after leaving the oppressive Orlando Magic regime (see: Oladipo, Victor). Should be a legit 3rd option when the Suns are fully healthy.
  10. 2nd round value over the past 2 weeks, I'm doing backflips that I have him in dynasty. Random aside, but this just goes to further show how woeful an organisation Orlando is. Oladipo is a legitimate superstar now, Payton is currently in the midst of dominating the Warriors and they gave their 5th overall pick no chance at development, declined his reasonably priced option only to watch him break out when finally given an opportunity. They're literally the Sacramento of the East.
  11. Dwight Powell 2017-2018 Season Outlook

    Very very impressive first half against a red hot Capela.
  12. Emmanuel Mudiay 2017-2018 Season Outlook

    Worth a look if you need assists. Just remember though, won't offer anything in the ways of steals/blocks/threes and he will be a negative in %'s and turnovers. A contributor in points and assists is probably his ceiling in redrafts this year.
  13. Josh Jackson 2017-2018 Season Outlook

    Probably won't happen, but I'd love to see one of the two lineups: Payton/Booker/Jackson/Warren/Bender (Small Ball) Booker/Jackson/Warren/Chriss/Bender (more conventional with Booker playing point). At this point, I think that Booker, Warren and Jackson are their three best players and need to see as much court time as possible. The rest of the team should be made to fit around that.
  14. > Been dominant all game > For the last minute of regulation and all five minutes of overtime, just stood in the corner while Butler proceeded to hog the living crap out of the ball. I hate these Wolves, they are infuriating to watch and they are infuriating with how they treat their ridiculously gifted young star.
  15. Not at the PF slot. They rotate the ghost of Lance Thomas in there quite often. Their only real youthful/developmental player that isn't currently injured is Frank, and he's not going to get in the way of Beasley's court time.