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  1. Jake Layman 2018-2019 Season Outlook

    Well he shot 29% from the floor in both of his previous seasons and is shooting 64% over the last 2 weeks sooo... no. Though admittedly those last 2 seasons were a very small sample size due to the low minutes. He never shot over 50% in 4 years of college either but if he can keep the minutes and keep his percentages decent I can see him hanging around near the top 100 ROS.
  2. NBA Trade Season 2018-2019

    He already is averaging 30+ minutes when he doesn't get in foul trouble.
  3. Poor guy didn't even have a thread yet. I know he isn't great but with the Robin Lopez buyout news he will basically be the only true center remaining in Chicago. He had a few good games when he was starting and playing near 30 minutes at the end of last year, so maybe worth a look in 12-team leagues?
  4. NBA Trade Season 2018-2019

    Time-share between Lopez and Felicio until Carter is back? Not sure if there is a pickup there, neither is very good per 36 minutes.
  5. I don't know if it's so much a 'move' as just common sense, if you know your team isn't going to play you because they're in the middle of trade talks it would be pretty pointless to make yourself look unprofessional by saying you don't want to play for them either.
  6. Kevin Huerter 2018-19 Season Outlook

    Please don't call him fire crotch..
  7. I can't tell if you're being sarcastic or not, obviously playing a top-5 player is bad for your future if you're not making the playoffs and the only reward for winning games is getting a worse draft pick next year.
  8. Who do I drop?

    Gallinari seems like a must add, even in 8 team leagues. From the IR Tristan would seem like the first drop, no faith in the cavs this year. They're tanking so they're likely to give big minutes to Zizic the rest of the way even after Tristan comes back.
  9. Kenrich Williams 2018-2019 Season Outlook

    The numbers he posted are actually very similar to this guys college stats in his last year, 13 and 9 with 1.8 steals, 1.4 3ptm on 47.7% fg. So I can see where this is coming from but yeah, it would be pretty suprising to see an undrafted player replicate his college stats in his first NBA year.
  10. Bobby Portis 2018-2019Season Outlook

    Mate, Bobby Portis is 449th out of 482 NBA players in real plus-minus. He's not being kept out of the starting lineup because they think he'll make them win.. http://www.espn.com/nba/statistics/rpm
  11. Mikal Bridges or Jabari Parker?

    There's no information about your league in here, if you're in standard 9-cat roto than I would say Mikal. Parker had a few games in the last week but I just don't trust him at all.
  12. The Celtics aren't going to trade for AD before the deadline because they simply can't due to the Rose rule (unless they trade Irving back): https://www.boston.com/sports/boston-celtics/2018/11/26/anthony-davis-kyrie-irving-rose-rule
  13. Miles Bridges 2018-2019 Season Outlook

    I don't see the trade deadline helping him. Hornets are in the playoffs right now, they're probably not about to move vets before the deadline or go youth movement after as long as they're competing.
  14. Jeff Teague 2018-2019 Season Outlook

    I think it's mostly just been his health. His percentages are down this year after having been fairly consistent for the last several years which also leads to a drop in points. He's had good games but checking the game logs he has missed time 3 times now this season and every time there was a stretch of terrible games before he was kept out which ruin his averages. The injuries have been lingering ankle and foot issues and soreness which he played through for stretches. Based on that he could easily return to being a solid fantasy contributor if he just gets healthy. The only question is if and when he will be back to 100% this season.