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  1. Thank GOD for that RW blurb that called him an outright drop like 5 games into the season. And thank god I had the #1 waiver position.
  2. I knew the re-signing of Chriss was gonna hurt him. A 3 man logjam is a huge difference compared to a 2 man logjam... especially at PF/C.
  3. Yeah I mean I'm not confident about it. But I want to see how it shakes out first. And this is coming from a deep league perspective (216 players rostered including IL spots), in smaller leagues I definitely don't blame anyone for dropping.
  4. Gonna hang on to see how he looks in ATL. If he's reenergized and can get back to his season numbers (13/6) instead of his recent afterthought-role MIN stats (9/5) I'd be thrilled. But if it's more of the same I'll likely be dropping.
  5. Warriors signed Chriss to a two-way. Might dampen Spellman's outlook just a tad.
  6. Really a shame LeVert missed all that time while Kyrie was out and now they're both returning at basically the same time. Huge missed opportunity.
  7. Took them like 6 weeks honestly. But still worth tweeting at them, they do see them and they always respond to my DM's when I have an issue.
  8. It’s a lost season. Sucks cause he started out really hot in the first 3 games.
  9. *username checks out* But yeah, hang in there man. That's just bad luck. Trust the process!
  10. Funny how many times I've picked a streamer over the years that ends up getting a DNP-CD. Happens at least twice a year.
  11. We've always joked on this forum that the blurb writers try to bait their league mates with over-reactionary advice, and this might be the most blatant evidence of that tactic we've ever seen. Ha!
  12. Lol so I went back to revisit how bad this blurb was and Rotoworld CHANGED IT!!! They realized how stupid it was. Here's the original blurb and the updated one. Original Damion Lee played 32 minutes in Saturday’s loss to the Pistons, finishing with 14 points (5-of-12 FGs, 2-of-2 FTs), five rebounds, three assists, one steal, one blocked shot and two 3-pointers. Lee has played well over the last month or so, as he has now scored in double figures in eight straight and 10 of his last 11 games. But with D’Angelo Russell (shoulder) nearing a return to the lineup, as he’s considered to be probable for Monday’s game vs. the Kings, Lee will take a substantial hit when it comes to his fantasy value. Hang onto him until Russell's return is official, and then drop Lee on to the waiver wire. Updated Damion Lee played 32 minutes in Saturday’s loss to the Pistons, finishing with 14 points (5-of-12 FGs, 2-of-2 FTs), five rebounds, three assists, one steal, one blocked shot and two 3-pointers. Lee has played well over the last month or so, as he has now scored in double figures in eight straight and 10 of his last 11 games. But with D’Angelo Russell (shoulder) nearing a return to the lineup, as he’s considered to be probable for Monday’s game vs. the Kings, Lee's ceiling won't be as high. He's still a hold in standard leagues. Now compare that to his latest blurb. Damion Lee had 15 points, four rebounds, four assists and four 3-pointers in 32 minutes of action on Wednesday. The Warriors are invested in Lee and they proved it by waiving Marquese Chriss in order to convert Lee's two-way deal to a fully-guaranteed, multi-year contract. Lee has been cruising lately and he was top-50 in his previous seven games, averaging 15.4 points (45.1% FGs, 92.0% FTs), 1.6 triples, 7.9 boards, 2.4 assists and 1.6 steals. His role will only grow as the Warriors tank their way toward the offseason, so make sure he's not still available. Think of how many suckers they got to drop him just FOUR days ago, and now they're saying make sure he's not still available. Clown show.
  13. One more game and he might get an INJ tag... that's the only consolation.
  14. With Blake out I love him on that depleted Pistons squad. Only gripe is the bad playoff schedule depending on your league's playoff weeks. So it's kind of a win-win right now, because if he does get traded he could find himself in a similarly depleted front court and/or most likely better fantasy playoff scenario. And if he doesn't get traded he's an auto 20-20 machine.
  15. Yeah he's pretty torturous to own, but in a deep 12 or 14 teamer you've gotta just set it and forget it — and ride the narrative that he's due for some pretty massive FG% regression. At least the minutes (30.0), boards (~7.5), threes (~2.1) and steals (~1.0) are there no matter what.