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  1. Mudiay for sure. Fizdale loves him and Collison has shown nothing.
  2. I’d go with Wes unless you can afford to wait for bridges.
  3. Definitely take Durant and Lavine. You absolutely crush this trade, especially if you get a decent 3 and D guy from the waiver wire.
  4. Kyrie side easily wins this in a points league
  5. THJ for sure. His scoring and role have been consistent whereas Hayward and Saric have not shown any encouraging signs thus far.
  6. Definitely take the Blake side. Lonzo and J Lamb do not inspire me with their inconsistent PT and scoring.
  7. Do it if you have an IR spot or if you are so far ahead of the pack that you can afford to not have him play for at least another 8 weeks. Otherwise, I would save that waiver position.
  8. Absolutely drop Oubre for slomo
  9. Take the trade and don't look back. You are more than set for the loss of assists with the rest of your roster and Barea.
  10. I would drop Oubre for sure. I don't think he has any upside unless Porter is traded. In regards to that trade, I wouldn't do it if you are only getting Paul George back. Try to get one more 3 point shooter from him.
  11. This is a 10 team, 9 category H2H league with daily lineups. My current roster consists of: Quinn Cook (will drop for crowder or Crabbe) jerami grant collin Sexton anthony Davis jimmy butler ricky rubio robert covington rodney mcgruder draymond Green gary Harris Eric Gordon Jonathan Isaac Cedi Osman Kevin Love (IR) My team has been ravaged by injuries and I’ve had to replace them with a bunch of waiver wire pickups. I know it’s hard to trade the best overall player in fantasy without getting a first rounder back but I believe this greatly improves my team’s depth. Should I pull the trigger?