RonnieBrown23

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  1. Ok, haha. Wasn't sure if I was overthinking it. Relatively new to fantasy basketball (this whole league is, obviously). Who should I drop? Conley? Or maybe Myles Turner?
  2. This is an 8-team, H2H, 9-cat league. You can only set your roster once for the whole week. We have PG/SG/G | SF/PG/F | C/C | Util Util | 3x Bench, 1 IL I have Kyrie, Butler, Wall | Harris, AD, Draymond | Vucevic, Carter Jr. | Hardaway, LeVert starting this week. My bench is Myles Turner, Conley, and Fournier (Porzingis IL). I'm currently 7th for FG%, 7th for FT%, 5th in 3PTS, 5th in PTS, 7th in REB, 3rd in AST, 1st in STL (by a lot), 2nd in BLK, and 4th in TO. At first, I was thinking I should definitely accept this trade, but the more I look at it the less slam-dunk it seems. Capela has some kind of injury that has limited him all season, and Westbrook's ankle roll looked horrific. Westbrook will probably tank my TO. He should help in PTS and REB once he's healthy. Capela should help in REB but if I lose Vucevic for him I'd be punting both FG% and FT%. What do you think?
  3. I'm assuming 9 cat. I'd keep your trio. Butler is tough to predict but he's going to lose touches with Embiid and Simmons. AD is just such a great fantasy stud - barring injury he should finish top 3 again. He has missed some games lately due to his elbow but I doubt that'll be a lingering issue for him going forward.
  4. Tough to say for sure since we haven't seen the Rams without Kupp but I think MVS is the better bet. Rodgers is always a good bet to air it out and MVS is a very talented player.
  5. Who is your TE right now? Assuming Walker I'd do that trade for sure. Even if LeVeon Bell comes back (which is doubtful), Connor isn't going to lose all of his touches to him. Connor has actually had comparable or superior stats to LeVeon Bell.
  6. Wow, yea, that's a slam dunk deal! I would take that instantly, regardless of what your roster settings / # of teams are.
  7. How many WRs and RBs do you play? Is it PPR? I'd lean towards dropping MVS in most situations.
  8. It's pretty lopsided but there are things that might make it closer. How many teams are in your league? How many roster spots? The value about replacement matters for whoever is trading away Thomas. If the league is super deep then you could justify it as the manager getting 3 starters that would be otherwise impossible to acquire at this stage in the season. Valdez-Scantling should see his fair share of targets with all the injuries in that Packers offense (I'd say WR3 for the rest of the season).
  9. I think it's pretty close but I'd rather have Miller just because of his situation. He's likely to get a lot more touches going forward, even if Drake is a better RB.
  10. I would definitely do it. Kupp is out for the year, so Cooks should see even more targets.
  11. In this situation, I would drop the WPA (worst player available), which is likely Sutton. Goff is too good to drop.
  12. I would definitely keep Kamara. 6th round value for a top 3 talent is insane. You'll be well positioned to make another run at the championship next year. I get the urge to win now but if you're 10-0 the incremental benefit may be limited. You're giving up way too much in the long-run.