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  1. If I remember correctly they applied for the exemption, but the league refused it.
  2. Whiteside, Ingram, and Vanvleet were the biggest surprises for me. Early in the season I didn't think Whiteside/Ingram were sustainable, so I'm really surprised they managed to keep it up the entire season.
  3. Third quarter and he already has 6 3's. If he keeps this play up the rest of the season I wonder how high he'll be drafted next year.
  4. Now I'm expecting to celebrate with a shake after each of his games
  5. I picked him up but I expect to be disappointed by his next two games which will be away against the Clippers and the Lakers.
  6. Nice bounce back after a 0/8 showing yesterday
  7. He's probably going to keep doing what he's been doing. He's not going to put up much better stats unless Allen gets injured. If the stats he has so far is enough for you then go ahead and pick him up.
  8. When I saw the starters I thought they were forced to play with the people from their own division. I can't imagine why Giannis only picked people from the East for the starting 5.
  9. After this trade he would gain a lot of value if Capela misses time, but as it stands he's going to be a backup and probably won't see much increase in value.
  10. I'd keep your side, Shai is good but not that good.
  11. That's true, I could see him having value in that case. I was only thinking of roto but in that sort of situation especially he should be worth an add.
  12. Incredible game and someone just offered him to me in a trade, but I don't think I'll bite. He was ranked #146 last year and hasn't played well at all this year until the last few games. Barring an injury to Harden or Westbrook I don't see a reason for him to do better than his ranking last year.
  13. I would prefer Jrue. He's a good player with a good track record, and is still doing better than Rubio despite having a slightly down season. Zion will probably cut into his usage somewhat but he also could end up making things easier for the rest of the team, I wouldn't be too concerned.