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  1. Kyle Anderson 2018-2019 Outlook

    Anderson is averaging just above 30 minutes a game in his past 5. Minutes isn't the issue with him. It's a long season. He's been trending up. I think with more familiarity and comfort with a new team and system, you'll see the stocks return.
  2. Markelle Fultz 2018-19 Season Thread

    Got to be honest, if they keep Fultz in the lineup after losing their two best shooters, it's less about basketball sense and more about their desperation to prove they didn't bust on their #1 pick.
  3. Houston Rockets 2018-2019 Season Outlook

    This was easily their best game of the season...and just after news that Melo is out.
  4. Derrick White 2018-2019 Season Outlook

    Timeshare with who? His minutes are not affected by Gay. Two different roles/positions. He's a lock for 25-30 minutes. Like someone mentioned above, good bet for top 100 productive going forward.
  5. Carmelo Anthony 2018-2019 Season Outlook

    I find it hard to believe another contender will pick him up after the disaster that was OKC and now Houston He doesn't draw crowds anymore. He's proven to be a net negative on every team he's on. The end... I don't want to say it's definitely over, but I'm struggling to find another destination.
  6. Kevin Durant 2018-19 Season Outlook

    He's had several seasons under 1bpg. Then he heard the side talk about his lack of defense. It's an effort stat. The 3's should come. The blocks, who knows. He has a history, so it's no telling if he decides to ramp up his effort and contest more shots or just chill.
  7. Mitchell Robinson 2018-19 Season Outlook

    Sounds more like Anthony Randolph. Also sounds like the blueprint for someone who'd like to get benched frequently by his coach. If you read rw, don't do it Mitchell. In all honesty, he still struggles with positioning on rebounds (which explains the rebounding numbers) and even on simple PNR (which explains the minimal offensive opportunities). He doesn't get how to play basketball yet. I'm sure part of the gameplan for him is "don't get in the way, hustle and play hard." The defensive stats are 100% due to his freak athleticism. It's also been noted several times in this thread, (I think) that those who roster him have to come to the realization that he's going to have several duds. You hold, for the potential at the tail of the end of the year. Not for right now. I like him a lot. But I'm only rostering him in my 20 team league. Anything less than that, and I think most owners can get away with letting him sit on the waiver wire and just monitoring his production from afar.
  8. I'm responding your post about two bad games. He has a history of bad games, so it shouldn't come as a surprise if he strings 10 bad games in a row. His current production was good enough for top 25. So his current duds are part of his regression to the mean. And that regression to the mean may still result in numbers that are still good enough for top 100/75.
  9. Were you expecting him to maintain top 25 value all year? Probably not. He's not done with, but as with everyone else, expect to see more regression to the mean. For him, that includes more duds like tonight.
  10. This clearly isn't a team decision.
  11. Honestly, they're going to have to come to terms with the fact that keeping him on this team is becoming a net negative. He's trolling now. The only reason he's still on this roster is because Minnesota realizes that they're never going to get equal value for him. And the more he trolls, openly, the more teams will low ball them knowing that their desperation to remove him has to only increase as the nonsense increases. Minnesota, essentially, is going to have to throw int he towel and accept a low ball offer, or in Houston's case, an offer to admit they're half rebuilding again. That is a hard pill to swallow for team that has been rebuilding and stocking talent for as long as they have.
  12. I haven't watched any games, so I'll defer to those who have more knowledge on this. Is he playing more SF or PF? The closer to the paint a player plays, the easier it is to notch stocks. If he's playing more perimeter defense, there are less opportunities for blocks and deflections.
  13. This is like the Anderson thread. HIs value is not with more scoring opportunities. You don't draft him and then get upset he's not scoring enough. You draft players like this for stocks. He's not going to get more opportunities nor is he necessarily ready for more touches on offense.
  14. I believe that's Brunson on the bench. He seems to be the most animated, regardless of what's going on. If you look at the Mitchell Robinson thread, he's the only one on the bench that reacts to Robinson's alley oop dunk. Just saying, I wouldn't use him as a gauge for the team.
  15. Again, incorrect. 90% of people, you imagine? That's enough evidence for you to call Whiteside soft? There is actual literature on migraines. You may want to educate yourself further if you're insistent on talking about it. And I manage, or attempt to, many who suffer from migraines. For a large percentage of people, migraines last days and are debilitating. And they're definitely not combated with just NSAIDs. I won't derail the topic anymore. My last point, when any athlete, or individual for that matter, has a migraine headache, just keep it mind these can be 40-50x more severe than your run of the mill headache spectrum. And often, there is no simple treatment other than to let the migraine run it's course.