tallball

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  1. With those punts I'd probably do it. He's probably a top 3 player for your build.
  2. I'm not sure Nurkic is a sell high. He'll finish in the top 50, and I'm not sure you can sell much higher than that.
  3. Whoever got Kemba won. If you're punting FG% and TO you should consider trading for Westbrook.
  4. Mitchell is tricky because he was overdrafted. His efficiency should improve, but not by much. If you want to buy him treat him as a 3rd round pick (which he should've been).
  5. This thread is ridiculous. A player who's had 2 average games is not a buy low candidate. You'll just insult the owner if you offer trash after 2 average games. A player who's about come back from injury isn't a buy low candidate either - their owner stashed them for weeks, and now that he's about to play you want to buy for peanuts? No chance. True buy low players are guys like Otto Porter, who has been consistently trash but is capable of playing a lot better.
  6. I tried to buy Gallo for a reasonable price. The owner wanted PG13.
  7. I think Bryn Forbes should be picked up in most leagues. His combination of threes, points and FG% is very valuable.
  8. I guess it depends on the needs of your team, but in isolation Jokic and Jrue are better.