alclayno

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  1. I think 8 AST from a score-first PG is overly optimistic, to be honest. I know he averaged 6.9 last season with Boston, but prior to that, he only eclipsed the 6 AST mark once. The rest looks relatively attainable... I'd probably knock the FG% down a percentage or two though, along with the BLK and STL a tick or two each.
  2. 1/8 at the half with 2 points... lord, have mercy.
  3. Yeah, I was banking on him playing tonight to have any sort of hope of possibly salvaging this week since I'm already losing, but that glimmer of hope flew out the window quick, fast, and in a hurry.
  4. I’m just nitpicking. Currently losing both percentage categories at the moment so that’s where some of the frustration derives from.
  5. 3rd pick actually (Giannis and Steph went 1 & 2). No doubt that he's probably the best individual player amongst the first rounders (also helps that he's pretty easy to build around), but is he "so much better" than someone like Giannis or Harden to where you'd have that much of an advantage over a Giannis or Harden led team just from the jump? Probably not. And I was fully expecting PG to stay in the 43-46% range for the most part, but like I said, I drafted him with the assumption that AD wouldn't be shooting sub-50% on a regular basis, and that's exactly what he's done since he's returned from the few games he missed earlier in the season. If PG is basically doing what I expected him to do (did not expect a 23 FGA per game volume, though), then I need AD to do the same... especially since most of his shots are coming either at or very close to the rim.
  6. I don't disagree with you at all, but when your #2 pick is Paul George who has been shooting sub-41% on 23 FGA the last week and you didn't initially intend to punt FG%, you're allowed to feel some type of way when your supposed FG% anchor is doing more harm than good in that particular category.
  7. Only decent landing spot where I think he'll be able to thrive (relative to OKC and HOU) is Philly.
  8. Sad to see his catastrophic fall from grace. Seems like the only system he fits into is one where he's constantly relied upon as the number one option to be an iso scorer in the midrange... and at 34, I don't think he has that capability anymore, even on a lottery bound team.
  9. Not a psychic, but if I had to put money on it, I'd guess it'd be a handful of weeks.
  10. Have someone in my 14 team league who took him with their first pick... yikes.
  11. Got more minutes than Nance... going to be interesting to see how that plays out in the next few games.