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Paul Millsap 2018-2019 Season Outlook

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When is his estimated time to be back?

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7 hours ago, DB11 said:

When is his estimated time to be back?

Mid-January.  Should still be 30+ games left ros after he returns. 

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On 12/6/2018 at 7:45 PM, WhatIsThisWizardry said:

i love what millsap provides and im not sure i made the right trade, but i was desperate for a pg and was able to land a pretty efficient one in brogdon. i considered it a sell high, he just got player of the week lol, its only down from here?


lmfao so great to trade him for value literally right before he went down. 

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Picked him off the waiver wire and stashed in IL. I can’t lose. Don’t know why the owner dropped him. Must’ve forgot the league had IL spots.

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33 minutes ago, Padilla814 said:

Never owned Millsap but what an be expected RoS?

He got injured on December 10th with a 4-6 week timeline.  Since then he’s progressed ahead of schedule and he’s already out of the walking boot.  It’s likely he returns early to mid January.  Given that there’s fewer games over the winter break he might only miss half dozen or so more. As for his statistics I think he can produce somewhere in the ballpark of 14/7/2 with 1 3pg/1bpg/1.5 spg on 50/73 splits.  That’s good enough for top 50 value and top 40 value if you’re punting FT.  

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lX_lnBv-_bigger.jpgT.J. McBride @TJMcBrideNBA
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Paul Millsap is also ramping up his rehab process and should be made available to the media tomorrow morning at shootaround. He WILL NOT play against the #Spurs tomorrow, but again, the fact that he will be talking with the media is a good indicator that he is getting close.

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0uJvWhz0_bigger.jpgHarrison Wind @HarrisonWind
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Gary Harris and Paul Millsap are both on similar timelines to return to action. Both spoke with the media today for the first time since their injuries, which means they’re getting close. Neither will play tomorrow but you get the feeling their return could come soon after that.

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Pretty insane considering we got a 4-6 week timetable and he's already done a full practice. I'm tempering expectations, but definitely good news.

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Go, go, go, go go, go, go, shawty

It's your birthday

We gon' party like it's yo birthday

We gon' sip Bacardi like it's your birthday 

:lol: 

(Owner of both)

 

 

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With Kanter at the mercy of the Knicks rotation/young players, Millsap has more of the solid ROS, correct?

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11 minutes ago, reverb said:

With Kanter at the mercy of the Knicks rotation/young players, Millsap has more of the solid ROS, correct?

 Come on man

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1 hour ago, jrmintz said:

Can't believe I got him off the WW after owner dropped him from his injury. Let's GO!

Same here! Its like second Christmas!:ph34r:Merry Millsapmas!

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