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  1. Yeah unfortunately Kleber is not. In terms of DAL players on waivers it is basically S. Curry or D. Finney Smith.
  2. Has anyone streamed Finney Smith before. Given the 1 game on tap tonight I wanted to add a DAL player. I see that he definitely gets the minutes, rebounds well and can get some good defensive stats without hurting your %'s. Is that basically a recap?
  3. Has anyone streamed Finney Smith before. Given the 1 game on tap tonight I wanted to add a DAL player. I see that he definitely gets the minutes, rebounds well and can get some good defensive stats without hurting your %'s. Is that basically a recap?
  4. Usage wise that is a concern but they still need someone to run point which is where Monte steps up. In addition to that, he has always been a pretty efficient scorer which means even with not ideal usage he can still put up a decent amount of PTS,3s and FG% impact along with the AST/STL aspect. This is what made him such a useful asset last year.
  5. Monte Morris is for sure a 12T pickup for as long as Murray is out. He hasn't found the same consistency this year as he did last year but when given minutes last year, he was one of the more underrated fantasy assets.
  6. With Murray going out with a pretty nasty looking ankle sprain, Monte Morris might be looking like a good pickup. He is a guy who has always produced when he has gotten the minutes.
  7. So just to refresh my mind but wasn't this guy on barely 12T rosterable before his injury or am I remembering wrong? If so, why the excitement post injury?
  8. Not a lot of discussion on this guy and he had a bit of an off game with his right thumb injured but I think he is one of the more under owned players in most fantasy 12T leagues. Very sneaky source of AST, and defensive stats (STL and some BLK from G) and can rebound as well. In some team builds that is a perfect kind of G to grab. In terms of ROS appeal, the main threat is Jackson coming back but I legitimately doubt that happens this season. Kennard actually fits nicely next to Brown so I am not as worried for that return.
  9. He was the one I picked up first so i guess for purposes of my own ego I hope its him!
  10. I have both right now and I am interested to see how these next two games go and will drop the guy who seems to be trending down the most. I do think there is a world where they both become fantasy relevant though.
  11. I think some context into why Gafford got such low minutes in the last game is necessary. Now that the extent of WCJ's injury is known and is expected for a medium-long term, I think the Bulls need to consider whether they want to shift Markannen permanently to the 5 in his absence. In my mind, it may be much more matchup dependent. Going up against Pacers/Pistons next two games should be much more telling as going up against Pacers big front court and Drummond. I think in terms of saving Markannen from having to play a position that he is not used to and that he will not play in the Bulls future might be something that Boylen considers. If that is the case, Gafford would soak up much more of those C minutes than he got last game.
  12. So we now know WCJ will be out at least a few weeks. Do we think this might be better for Gafford and Bulls coaching staff in using him knowing that Markannen at C may not be a longer term option to the team?
  13. Not a lot of talk on Thad given he was announced as starter tonight. Are people that down on his game this year or do we think it was just a matter of lower minutes which shouldn't be an issue for next little while.
  14. I don't think this really affects Gafford's value. I think people's excitement over him assumed about a 25 minute role which he will get regardless as Thad Young won't be able to fill the majority of C minutes.