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#141 fleung22

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Posted 10 October 2009 - 07:39 AM

View PostBigDMcGee, on Thursday, October 8th, 2009, 9:32 AM, said:

tight keeper league.
it's okay bigD. if you REALLY can promise to play for more than a year (so it's an actual keeper) then I think I have a spot on my new Keeper league for you. even tho having u ups the competition quite a bit.give me til Monday as I promised some guys that I'd give them time to decide. Gonna be 10 team league and I have 6 confirmed so good chance ur in.


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Posted 17 August 2010 - 04:28 AM

Okay, my keeper league is expanding from 6 to 10 teams this year. I still get to keep four players. Clearly Kobe and CP3 are keepers...who are the other 2? I'll strike those I'm not considering. Standard H2H Yahoo format.Marcus Camby Jeff Green Devin Harris Nene Hilario Joe Johnson Chris PaulZach Randolph John Salmons Marcus Thornton Anthony Tolliver David West Mo Williams LaMarcus Aldridge Andray Blatche Kobe Bryant


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Posted 17 August 2010 - 07:28 AM

View Postfleung22, on Tuesday, August 17th, 2010, 8:28 PM, said:

Okay, my keeper league is expanding from 6 to 10 teams this year. I still get to keep four players. Clearly Kobe and CP3 are keepers...who are the other 2? I'll strike those I'm not considering. Standard H2H Yahoo format.Marcus Camby Jeff Green Devin Harris Nene Hilario Joe Johnson Chris PaulZach Randolph John Salmons Marcus Thornton Anthony Tolliver David West Mo Williams LaMarcus Aldridge Andray Blatche Kobe Bryant
According to recent ESPN rankings...it should be like this. Overall rank is brackets. Is this right?1. Chris Paul (2)2. Kobe Bryant (6)3. Joe Johnson (25)4. Zach Randolph (36)5. Devin Harris (47)6. Marcus Camby, Nene Hilario, Mo Williams, David West, Jeff Green, Andray Blatche (51-58)I was leaning towards taking Johnson from the beginning because he also fills a lot of positions besides being a fantasy stud. But Zach? I'd rather have a healthy Camby than Zach but that "healthy" part is a tough one.


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Posted 17 August 2010 - 07:57 AM

Caveat: I don't know anything about fantasy.Camby will get you a bunch of rebounds and blocks, but you might need to put a little consideration into the fact that Greg Oden is coming back for Portland and will take some minutes away from him. Since both are injury prone (to say the least) Portland will probably want to limit their minutes, but they also want to prove Oden is worth the #1 pick, so he'll get every chance to steal time from Camby. Aside: I'd love to see what a Camby/Oden/Aldridge frontcourt would look like. Just long arms everywhere.
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Posted 17 August 2010 - 08:48 AM

my strat is to load up on power forwards and point guards (preferably that can shoot 3's). SO I'd go Kobe, CP3, Harris and randolph. Joe johnson is a better Real life player, but the sg/sf positions are so easy to fill, unless I had someone redic like kobe, I wouldn't keep a sg/sf.
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Posted 17 August 2010 - 11:17 AM

View PostBigDMcGee, on Wednesday, August 18th, 2010, 12:48 AM, said:

my strat is to load up on power forwards and point guards (preferably that can shoot 3's). SO I'd go Kobe, CP3, Harris and randolph. Joe johnson is a better Real life player, but the sg/sf positions are so easy to fill, unless I had someone redic like kobe, I wouldn't keep a sg/sf.
Harris is pretty terrible at 3pt range. maybe terrible is strong but not great anyhow. His injuries really worry me on top of the fact he's only had one really great season.I'm quite curious as to how big a role Mo will play without Lebron in CLE and how Blanche will do as the premiere big in Washington. Problem is I really like my core starting 4 to have a pretty solid reliability factor. I'm still trying to decide how much gamble is there.


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Posted 17 August 2010 - 11:19 AM

View PostJoeyJoJo, on Tuesday, August 17th, 2010, 11:57 PM, said:

Caveat: I don't know anything about fantasy.Camby will get you a bunch of rebounds and blocks, but you might need to put a little consideration into the fact that Greg Oden is coming back for Portland and will take some minutes away from him. Since both are injury prone (to say the least) Portland will probably want to limit their minutes, but they also want to prove Oden is worth the #1 pick, so he'll get every chance to steal time from Camby. Aside: I'd love to see what a Camby/Oden/Aldridge frontcourt would look like. Just long arms everywhere.
ya, I agree Camby is too much gamble to make as keeper. but how many guys outside of dwight can randomly get 20 rebounds, blocks in a night? I'll pray he's around come the 6th round of drafting.


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Posted 17 August 2010 - 11:21 AM

View Postfleung22, on Tuesday, August 17th, 2010, 2:17 PM, said:

Harris is pretty terrible at 3pt range. maybe terrible is strong but not great anyhow. His injuries really worry me on top of the fact he's only had one really great season.I'm quite curious as to how big a role Mo will play without Lebron in CLE and how Blanche will do as the premiere big in Washington. Problem is I really like my core starting 4 to have a pretty solid reliability factor. I'm still trying to decide how much gamble is there.
If you keep joe, I'd target a pg or PF with the next pick, without a doubt. I think randolf is a no brainer, as he's a fantasy machine, much more valuable in fantasy than he is in real life. Harris is probably not good enough to keep over johnson
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Posted 17 August 2010 - 10:47 PM

View PostBigDMcGee, on Wednesday, August 18th, 2010, 3:21 AM, said:

If you keep joe, I'd target a pg or PF with the next pick, without a doubt. I think randolf is a no brainer, as he's a fantasy machine, much more valuable in fantasy than he is in real life. Harris is probably not good enough to keep over johnson
I think I would lean towards Randolph as well provided he doesn't go to jail. See Visit My WebsiteI've got 3 more weeks before I have to submit my Keepers but the legal problems worry me for sure. Distracted players are not usually productive unless their name is Kobe.I'm thinking Blatche has so much upside but again...I'd hope that he's available in 6th round or so.


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Posted 17 August 2010 - 10:50 PM

View Postfleung22, on Wednesday, August 18th, 2010, 1:47 AM, said:

I think I would lean towards Randolph as well provided he doesn't go to jail. See Visit My WebsiteI've got 3 more weeks before I have to submit my Keepers but the legal problems worry me for sure. Distracted players are not usually productive unless their name is Kobe.I'm thinking Blatche has so much upside but again...I'd hope that he's available in 6th round or so.
Yeah but who else is going to put up numbers for memphis? someone has to. Randolph is a master of churning out good fantasy numbers on bad teams. He also usually has playability at C.
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Posted 28 October 2010 - 05:43 AM

Ok, every year I seem to be hurting at SF. I've currently got Linus Kleiza and Artest. Do I dump one of them to pick up Delfino?I like Artest for the steals and Kleiza since he's looking like no. 2 option in Toronto but the Raps may be trying to do a 10-man rotation meaning he'll play under 30 min. a game.Delfino has been solid at end of last year, preseason and opening game.




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