YouSnoozeYouLose

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  1. I don't know the numbers off the top of my head, but this is extremely unlikely. Either your math is wrong or the data you're using is wrong.
  2. Yep, that's a better way to do it. Those affected by the coronavirus should be able to apply for services that give them money to pay for rent, and essential needs during this crisis. It's better than stopping rent/mortgage which would just create a mess and many people will exploit it regardless of whether they're impacted by the virus.
  3. 👏👏 agreed. There's a talk from Bill Gates about 4 years ago where he discusses the amount of money we spend in military and how we don't spend enough to prepare for the next epidemic. Here we are today. This isn't just the US alone though, everyone should have collectively come together to build hospitals and invest in healthcare worldwide especially to support 3rd world countries where illnesses are more likely to surface. For anyone interested, YouTube "Bill Gates outbreak"
  4. Just keep waiting for now. There isn't enough information about the remainder of the season to make a decision.
  5. Depends where you are. Not all healthcare systems are like the US.
  6. Just looking through all posts now, sorry not trying to nitpick your posts but this is again very bad reasoning, not to mention your mortality rate of the coronavirus is wrong. It's not 1%. Yes, most of the deaths are from people who are elders or have underlying health problems, but we need to work together to reduce the spread to those people. It's not just about you, me, or someone else who will likely recover from it. Your older family members, friends, coworkers, etc who you interact with is at a much higher risk if you get it.
  7. My response to everyone who make that argument is that coronavirus is fairly new compared to the general flu so it's definitely not comparable to the total number of people who died from it. It's better to look at the mortality rate rather than total number of deaths. It's kind of like saying Steve Kerr has more total points than Luka so Kerr is the better scorer. Sounds a bit off, doesn't it?
  8. I would say so. He shouldn't be in the wire in any leagues. If you punt points only, he's 5th round value on the season and 3rd round value in the last 2 weeks.
  9. Maybe.. but I don't like what I see in his per36 stats. Stocks are low, rebounds are average, 3s are average and scoring sucks. If someone can't even look good with per36 stats, I usually avoid. Covington is essentially better than him in all categories yet he couldn't even average over 30mpg. So I don't think Juan will either.
  10. I don't think there's much be to hyped about so I'll sit back and watch.
  11. Judging by the responses in this thread, this could be a buy low opportunity. Very low.
  12. He cooled down, but not enough to drop in standard 10-12 man leagues. Not trash imo, but 8th-11th round value could be a headache to own on some weeks. Offense looks great today so far though.
  13. Happy to see that there are other users who also watch the game rather than just the box score
  14. Wow, that was an insane 4th quarter. What a comeback. Hield with the ridiculous 3s, then Fox with the intentional FT miss to rebound his own miss for a layup to tie it up.
  15. He's making impossible shots.. Ryan Saunders is a dumb coach. He shouldn't have benched his starters with 2 minutes left on a 12 point lead which was slowly going down because of Hield.