Ty Lawsome

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  1. Jokic carried me to the best record in my league and currently owning so far in the playoffs. Another great game tonight, too.
  2. If you're not platooning Beasley alongside Harris right now, then you played yourself.
  3. Terrible game by Jokic tonight, but probably just tired from being on a b2b.
  4. Don't really see that happening. Unless they make some kind of crazy offer for Anthony Davis, I doubt they do much of anything. No reason to be "selling" when you're a top 5 team in the league at the moment. But truthfully, with all the depth on the roster the fantasy value of most is going to be greatly hindered and inconsistent all year long.
  5. Well, he took it easy on you tonight. Only 32-18. And I guess the 10 assists too, though.
  6. He probably would've played if the Sixers weren't missing Butler, Chandler, and Embiid. But in theory they wont need him to win tonight, so might as well get some much needed rest.
  7. The Nuggets' TV station was playing this commercial during the last game for the Clippers game on Thursday and it consisted of nothing but Barton highlights and a picture of him at the end. Seemed odd to me to feature him exclusively when he's still hurt...unless, of course, they know that he'll be coming back that night. Or maybe it's Will Barton bobble head night or something. Who knows. But because of that I'll take a shot in the dark and guess that he comes back Thursday against the Clippers.
  8. With Barton, Harris, and Millsap back I think you see a 9 man rotation of Murray/Harris/Barton/Millsap/Jokic and Morris/Beasley or Craig/Hernangomez/Plumlee off the bench. But once Thomas comes back, it's anyone's guess how the minutes shake out. Probably a whole lot of cannibalism of value as far as fantasy goes. That is, of course, if the Nuggets ever have that type of health.
  9. Dude nearly has double digit rebounds and assists at the half, to go along with 2 steals, and people still complain. Is he supposed to score 30 every night to go along with 10 rebounds and 10 assists?
  10. It's happened once before. Ubaldo Jimenez in 2010, when he went 19-8 with a 2.88 ERA in 221 innings. But it might very well happen again come Saturday. Freeland is at 196.1 IP and a 2.84 ERA currently. Rockies pitching in general the past couple months has been lights out, which is impressive to me when considering Marquez and Senzatela are both 23 and Freeland is 25, with all three only being in their second seasons. Jon Gray is 26 and in his third season, and Anderson is 28 and in his third year as well. For all the hate Rockies' hitters get for playing at Coors...then I feel like this pitching staff deserves a lot of extra love for what they've been able to do pitching at Coors.
  11. At this point hopefully the Rockies don't need to worry about Sunday and can just start Marquez in the WC game on Tuesday (assuming they don't win the division). Otherwise you'd be looking at Freeland being the one going on short rest for the WC game.
  12. @ Coors he's 8-2 with a 2.21 ERA, 1.14 WHIP, .217 avg against, and 76 Ks in 13 starts. Away from Coors he's 6-5 with a 3.51 ERA, 1.36 WHIP, .253 avg against, and 77 Ks in 16 starts. Even last year his numbers were much better at Coors than on the road. But I guess when you were born and raised in Denver and learned how to pitch at altitude as a kid, splits like that should be expected. So from that standpoint I'm excited for his future, as I'm extremely confident in him being able to keep up the home dominance long term in a way no other Rockies' pitcher really has before.
  13. Another 2 HR tonight. That makes 4 in 60 AB so far this year.
  14. https://twitter.com/HarrisonWind/status/968545503280427009 Sure sounds like he's going to play tonight.
  15. I'd doubt it. Generally the guys who sit out b2bs and have minute restrictions or that type of thing are the guys coming back from ankle/knee/leg injuries. Conditioning is more of a factor there because those guys can't do much of anything for much of their recovery. Millsap having a wrist injury isn't nearly as big of a deal and he should be able to jump right back into things much quicker when he does return.