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  1. Guy is looking like a top 3 shooting guard lately. In general tho everyone on this magic team is hot.
  2. Meh. I would get him in deep leagues with 14 or more teams but otherwise could be left on free agency. He is a servicble mercenary where if you are adding and dropping guys game to games he can be picked up and drop but I don't think he warrants a permennant roster spot.
  3. Guys Harris and TJ Warren are steals. Get them late in the draft. When both guys will offer about mid round value. Get them while they are not a hot topic!
  4. Joes Ingles can be an all around kind of guy. Even tho he is starting his minutes will still likely be in the 22 to 28 mins a game range depending on the night. The jazz have a ton of depth this year. Anyone thats not Rubio, Gobert will probably not see 30 plus minutes consistently. Rodney will come in close with 28-29 mins a game but there good depth there too with Alec Burks, and Donovan Mitchell also getting burn. Then you got Thabo Sefelosha who will get minutes because thats the reason he agreed to join the team is to have a "bigger role". Iso Joe will also get h
  5. Meh I had Noel and i was excited too. But the more research I do. The more I look into the stats the less excited I become. If you are looking for a solid center which is probably the most of what Noel will probably do this season, then take someone like Dweyne Dedmon on the hawks. Dweyne dedmon in his prime getting very good minutes and can gaunrentee solid stats with sleeper potential. Also lets not forget Noels injury issues.
  6. Miami Heat with good depth. looks like all the players from Tyler Johnson, Dion Waiters, Mcgruder, Winslow, and even possibly Wayne Ellignton might see some mintues at both the 2 and 3. So i expect a time share of all these players to hurt all their fantasy value. Josh Richardson to get minutes from 22 to 28 varying on games.
  7. he is definitely a top pick in the later rounds where people are not really paying attention.
  8. its great that you can name a bunch of bench scrubs. Beasley is better than all those players you named by quite a bit. Beasly averaged 10 points and 4 boards on 17 minutes last year. 41% from 3 and 53% from the field. Lance Thomas averaged 6 points and 3 boards on 21 minutes. Mcdermot averaged 10 points and 3 boards on 22 minutes. Kuzmika is a question mark. No way he averages 15 points is a crazy statement when the year before last he averaged 13 points with only 18 minutes a game. Beasly holds really good value,
  9. Rebounding numbers might drop slightly for obvious reasons. We will wait and see.
  10. Rodney mcgruder is not better. The dilemma comes in with Josh rishardson. They might start waiters at the two and Richardson at the three. But because of the defense and utility Winslow provides it looks like waiters or Richardson will be six man.
  11. He will definitely be getting at least 20 plus minutes. Coach has talked starting Courtney Lee and Tim together. But at the back up two and three maybe the four sometimes he can garner 20 mins to 24 mins a game.
  12. Will probably get a lot of minutes shown a lot of versatility but bad shooting percentage in the time he played last year. Don't know what to fully expect of him this year. Thoughts?
  13. No doubt melo is a good player and will improve the thunder. But for fantasy, he edging on to 34 and his main attribute is scoring when he was the first option in new york. He will decrease a little in that but overall help the Thunder. Not worth a 2 or 3rd round pick in fantasy thats just setting yourself up badly. Yes i understand the hype is there but lets come back to reality, melos numbers will decline slightly this year.
  14. Save your sixth round pick on this one. There are just way better options around that pick and picking THJ on a chance that he ended the season good is too risky. Not only that he will probably drop to the 8-10th round in most leagues anyway might as well save your 6th pick for something secured and pick him later if you really want him.
  15. I think he will have a solid season due to more playing time. But I don't see breakout potential with him We all know in fantasy it's those guys you draft late or pick up off waivers that comes out of no where and I just don't see Murray being that guy. Nonetheless he is servicble late pick.
  16. Late round flyers are usually young guys you hope have a break out season. I rather put my bets on a vet in his prime with something to prove. I think it can only be decent season for him at worst. Compared to younger guys who can be terrible decent or good.
  17. Late round flyer. My opinion though is more potential than other late round flyers to have a solid season. He seems really focused on basketball. The reason he left the bucks is to get more minutes to prove himself. I doubt he would have signed with the knicks if he wasn't promised good minutes.
  18. One of those players where you're not sure if he is about to decline because of age. I would draft a top 5 pg early and get someone like Kevin love in the 4th round. Dragic can really only go one of tw ways. Decline or stablelize again this season. Don't get me wrong I would insta pick him in the 5th round but he will probably go in the 4th which there is nothing wrong with getting him there but I would prefer other fourth round talent.
  19. Yeah your 1 to 6 picks of guys should really be stable good players, guys you know will keep you in the loop of winning. Your 7 to 12 are really the guys who make or break you. If embid does not play that much you are down to 1-5 guys that can keep you afloat. It's not worth the risk. I would say if you were able to get Westbrook then possibly take the risk. But one thing you definitely don't want to do is draft embid and griffin on the same team lol. My two cents unless you get top 3 fantasy player don't risk. better to play is safe and pick someone lik
  20. I would stray from rookies. Even if you look at rookie stats from superstars they never put up monster numbers except for a very select few. Nonetheless usually to get decent numbers out of rookies all they need are solid minutes and that seems to be the case for josh jackson on the suns. Brandon Knight, Davon Reed are both injured for 6 plus months. Derrick jones Jr wont get any playing time. With no backup to devin booker or tj warren, josh jackson can likely get majority of those minutes at both positions. Josh Jackson or TJ Warren are going to get 6th man minutes depends on w
  21. Possibly but I think for the fact that the Kings love Hield that his usage rate would be higher in turn more fantasy value at least for the good 1st half of the season. If Bogdonavic does outplay Hield and that is a big IF then maybe i can see a value shift around the 2nd half of the season. But would Rodney Hood, he is in the same situation Evan Fourneir was in last year but with a lot better team. So possibly could be a 20 point per game scorer like fourneir can possibly has his efficiency go down across the boards due to more responsibility. I would rather him at 16 points per
  22. Possibly but I think for the fact that the Kings love Hield that his usage rate would be higher in turn more fantasy value at least for the good 1st half of the season. If Bogdonavic does outplay Hield and that is a big IF then maybe i can see a value shift around the 2nd half of the season. But would Rodney Hood, he is in the same situation Evan Fourneir was in last year but with a lot better team. So possibly could hit could score more but like fourneir can possibly has his efficiency go down across the boards due to more responsibility.
  23. Rodney Hood I don't think he will take a huge leap forward. Even the GM or who ever it was only expects 18 points per game from him which is not bad if the efficiency is good. He is surrounded by guys in their primes, veterans, mature players and staff so maybe they will bring the best out of him. A late round flier guy but as of right now I would take Buddy Hield over Hood solely because Hield has shown more versatility to his game and these guys both would available in the later rounds.
  24. In Minnesota the first of half of the season for Rubio was terrible because Thibodau was not using him properly. If you watched the games it was Rubio brings the ball up the court passes it too Kat or Wiggins mainly and they basically ISO. It was annoying to watch. 2nd half of the season Thibodau let the team run through his play making more and well you saw the results more wins. About to be right in the middle of his prime on a team that believes in him and wants to put the ball in his hands you can expect career highs across the board with Rubio this season. His na
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