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2014 - 2015 Draft Discussion

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  • lilstinkylynxlilstinkylynx Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 461

    Please make sure all your rosters are updated since I will probably enter the rosters tomorrow.

  • FloetryInMotionFloetryInMotion Member, League - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 17

    I guess ill throw in my two cents as far as the draft is concerned:

    Best first selection: I'm just gonna toot my own horn for this one, the fact that an all-star this season at 2 guard was chillin at the seven spot in the first is beyond me. Thank the lord people had other needs to fill so he just fell into my lap.

    worst first selection: sorry @Tonym but Jimmy Butler was a reach in the first round in my opinion, defensively he could make an impact but not a large enough to warrant a first round pick, I hope I'm wrong....but not really cause I hate the bulls with a passion.

    Best first selection (second place): If I had a second first rounder I'd probably put myself here, however that is not the case. But as far as having an impact this season as opposed to 2 or 3 years down the road goes to my boy @Wesbaedke for picking Deron Williams or as I like to call him D-Will. If he keeps them ankles healthy he'll remind people why he was a Top-5 PG not too long ago.

    Best Value Pick: This goes to @JMAC for taking Joel Embiid, now I know he isn't gonna play this season but a year from now jmac is gonna look like a genius. Probably the most complete big man coming out of college that I've seen in years and jmac is gonna be rewarded for his patience.

    Worst Value Pick: This goes to @Baller7037 for selecting Tyson Chandler with his second round pick, now some people would say this was a great pick......if it was 2012, but since it's 2014 and he's on the wrong side of 30 along with being traded to Dallas who plays at a notoriously fast pace just spells disaster for his stat line this year, and you drafted him over several better options at center.

  • wesbaedkewesbaedke Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 140

    Round 6 analysis:

    Man, this is getting tougher as we get further in...pretty good likelihood that this will look pretty foolish in April but I'll give it a shot.

    Best pick - Josh McRoberts (6.06) by (my boy) @floetryinmotion. Who would've thought this guy would have this much fantasy relevance at this point in his career. Should be a good fit in Miami and expecting solid roto numbers across several categories. He's not going to shine in anything in particular but based on the opportunity, there's a strong chance he will improve his top 90 numbers from last season in Charlotte.

    Worst pick - Honestly, this was a really solid round of picks if I do say. If I had to choose, I'd probably go with @baller7037's pick of Gerald Green (6.01). We all watched him last season and were very happy with the results (especially if he was on one of your teams). It's just so crowded in Phx so expecting him to produce similar numbers is just too much of a risk at this point. If he gets traded to the right situation, it's possible he could return to relevancy.

    Best value pick - Henry Sims (6.09) by @JMAC. I had two of my $$ league drafts over the weekend and grabbed him in both. I'm all in on Sims! There is risk however...Trying to figure out what Philly is going to do is beyond any of our comprehension at the moment. I believe it's definitely worth the gamble tho!

  • Phil_OPastryPhil_OPastry Member, League - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 368

    I agree with absolutely everything @wesbaedke said regarding round 6. I too though Green was a stretch for all the reasons stated. How does he get minutes with a healthy Bledsoe and Thomas in front of him. He wasn't very good playing the 3 last year so, even with Tucker out for a few games I don't see him making a mark.

    I liked the Smart drafting - very fortuitous timing. I also think Crawford and Redick are good - one of them should have a great year.

    Gallinari was a high risk pick - based on the fact that his been out of 18 months and has seemingly been injured since joining the league I am not sure he can live up to the 6th round - if he is healthy though, that there is a home run pick with top 50 written all over it.

  • lilstinkylynxlilstinkylynx Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 461

    @wesbaedke said:
    Round 6 analysis:

    Man, this is getting tougher as we get further in...pretty good likelihood that this will look pretty foolish in April but I'll give it a shot.

    Best pick - Josh McRoberts (6.06) by (my boy) floetryinmotion. Who would've thought this guy would have this much fantasy relevance at this point in his career. Should be a good fit in Miami and expecting solid roto numbers across several categories. He's not going to shine in anything in particular but based on the opportunity, there's a strong chance he will improve his top 90 numbers from last season in Charlotte.

    Worst pick - Honestly, this was a really solid round of picks if I do say. If I had to choose, I'd probably go with baller7037's pick of Gerald Green (6.01). We all watched him last season and were very happy with the results (especially if he was on one of your teams). It's just so crowded in Phx so expecting him to produce similar numbers is just too much of a risk at this point. If he gets traded to the right situation, it's possible he could return to relevancy.

    Best value pick - Henry Sims (6.09) by JMAC. I had two of my $$ league drafts over the weekend and grabbed him in both. I'm all in on Sims! There is risk however...Trying to figure out what Philly is going to do is beyond any of our comprehension at the moment. I believe it's definitely worth the gamble tho!

    For a round with a bunch of three point specialists or semi specialists, I would say the pick I liked the most was @jasonuoft‌ for his selection of JJ who I think will be higher in PER ranking than Josh due to his low TOs and great percentages.

    Nice write up guys.

    I've been doing all the odd rounds but if someone feels like jumping in, feel free. If not, I'll post my thoughts on round 7 tonight or tomorrow.

  • lilstinkylynxlilstinkylynx Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 461

    Btw, may I point out @baller7037‌ is being mentioned for plenty of worst picks but not like previous seasons. You're heading in the right direction buddy. I still see a bottom five finish for you yet again but you at least have your first round pick for next season (for now that is... I'm sure @sald0gg‌ will get his hands on it somehow... Lol)

  • Phil_OPastryPhil_OPastry Member, League - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 368

    Baller has been getting as many high fives for astute picks as he has been getting flack for dodgy ones (that may all pan out - who knows?)

  • lilstinkylynxlilstinkylynx Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 461
    edited October 2014

    @Phil_OPastry said:
    Baller has been getting as many high fives for astute picks as he has been getting flack for dodgy ones (that may all pan out - who knows?)

    I liked his Jordan Hill pick. The rest, like you said, questionable and just for arguments sake... @baller7037‌ has never had a good track record of making great picks. Lol

    Just messing with him like I do each season.

  • lilstinkylynxlilstinkylynx Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 461

    Round Seven Analysis

    • Best Pick - This goes to @jasonuoft‌ and his selection of KJ McDaniels. Whereas plenty of rookies have been snatched too many rounds too early, the player who may have the biggest impact this season as a rookie actually gets drafted where he should be. Being this is the 12th round (keeper rounds included), bust or breakout won't be that big a deal. What we do know that leans more towards breakout is that the kid signed a one year contract... so he is going to play well to get paid. He is on the best team to accrue stats as a rookie. He actually will contribute in stats like blocks that are out of position and should translate well from the college game to the NBA. You can't teach a kid to be a good blocker. KUDOS!!!
    • Worst Pick - This one goes to @sald0gg‌ for picking Manu Ginobli. Pop will be saving Manu for the playoff as is evident by his drop in minutes each season. Not to mention, he's no spring chicken anymore and the injuries have been piling up. all the more reason to be careful with him. This makes using him as a streamer pretty useless and I can't see him providing much if he can't even be used for that. I know he still has something left in the tank, but it won't show up in the stat sheet and that really is the only thing that matters.
    • Honorable Mention (Negative) - I'll have to give this one to @lilstinkylynx‌. I know I'm giving myself a negative mention but this round was solid throughout and I grabbed him way early to be honest. Then again he wasn't going to be around anyways when my turn did come up again and I felt he had nice potential when he played next to Rondo since he was always being set up right where he needed to be set up.
    • Honorable Mention (Positive) - This one goes to @lilstinkylynx‌ for Taj Gibson. He's had breakout written all over him since he entered the league and although his time hasn't come yet due to the addition of Gasol, he does have some things going for him which I think will help pay off dividends for me this season. I'm actually targeting him in every league. One, Thibs love him and he will get his 30 and play most of the fourth. Two, Gasol or Noah will go down. Three, he's taht damn good.
  • Phil_OPastryPhil_OPastry Member, League - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 368

    Funny thing is, I actually like the selection of Bradley more than the Gibson pick. Down the stretch, when given the green light Bradley put up top 35 numbers. Gibson is in a cluttered front court and I expect him to lose minutes to Gasol and maybe even Mirotic if the reports coming out of training camp have any credence.

  • lilstinkylynxlilstinkylynx Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 461

    @Phil_OPastry said:
    Funny thing is, I actually like the selection of Bradley more than the Gibson pick. Down the stretch, when given the green light Bradley put up top 35 numbers. Gibson is in a cluttered front court and I expect him to lose minutes to Gasol and maybe even Mirotic if the reports coming out of training camp have any credence.

    Thibs is a loyal coach. He'll play the guys he trust. He's like a general rewarding his captains. Mirotic won't play much. Thins rarely plays rookies unless the team is decimated. If that's the case, Taj will get first crack.

  • Phil_OPastryPhil_OPastry Member, League - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 368
    edited October 2014

    Either way, I think Bradley has a much better opportunity to kill it this season, whereas Gibson will be stuck coming off the bench again. I think Gibson is far more limited for fantasy. Plus, you'll be hard pressed to find an uglier offense than whatever it is Thibs runs - so, I think Mirotic could get some play down the stretch once he earns Thibs' trust.

  • lilstinkylynxlilstinkylynx Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 461

    Rosters entered. Waiver priority entered. Please check rosters and let me know if there are any mistakes.

  • jasonuoftjasonuoft Member, League - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 125

    Round 3

    • best - Markieff Morris by lynx. He is a legitimate 20/8, 1 each trey, steal and block. Things keep looking better. Unbelievable value this late. Great job buddy!

    • worst - Arron Affalo. Empty line with never more than 0.6 steal from guard position. Limited upside.

    • my pick - Tyreke Evans. My quest to draft guys with higher scoring as my keepers have lower than average scoring. Really hoping reke to reverse from 5 straight year of statistically decline. We will see if it ever happens. Don't really like my pick.

    Round 4

    • best - Draymond Green by lynx. Was really hoping to get him. He showed he can be a fantasy beast given minutes. Great risk and reward.

    • worst - many risk and reward picks in this round. I couldn't single out a particularly bad pick.

    • my pick - Jared Sullinger. Reached slightly but I really needed a PF/C. I expect consistent production and way better percentage. Good investment as the team's most promising big man.

  • lilstinkylynxlilstinkylynx Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 461

    @jasonuoft said:
    Round 3

    • best - Markieff Morris by lynx. He is a legitimate 20/8, 1 each trey, steal and block. Things keep looking better. Unbelievable value this late. Great job buddy!

    • worst - Arron Affalo. Empty line with never more than 0.6 steal from guard position. Limited upside.

    • my pick - Tyreke Evans. My quest to draft guys with higher scoring as my keepers have lower than average scoring. Really hoping reke to reverse from 5 straight year of statistically decline. We will see if it ever happens. Don't really like my pick.

    Round 4

    • best - Draymond Green by lynx. Was really hoping to get him. He showed he can be a fantasy beast given minutes. Great risk and reward.

    • worst - many risk and reward picks in this round. I couldn't single out a particularly bad pick.

    • my pick - Jared Sullinger. Reached slightly but I really needed a PF/C. I expect consistent production and way better percentage. Good investment as the team's most promising big man.

    Thought I would get more flack for taking Green that early but living in the Bay Area and watching him play is a thing of beauty. Hopefully he pans out... He must right? You just gave me the seal of approval. Lol. Thanks for supporting the pick though. Makes me feel better you had him on your list.

  • wesbaedkewesbaedke Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 140

    Round eight analysis:

    Best pick - Alec Burks (8.03) by @tonym. Young kid with a lot of potential and sitting in a good position to produce in Utah. Exum doesn't look like he's going to be ready for a full load this season so the likelihood of moving Burke over to SG is pretty slim. Burks has shown flashes, he just might put it together this season. I like his upside.

    Worst pick - Brandon Bass (8:10) by @floetryinmotion. Nothing exciting here and feel his better days are behind him. Need to make room in the front court for the young guys so it seems like he's the best bet to get pushed out.

    Best value - My guess is it'll be one of the Plumlee bros as both go off the board in round 8...which one will be the better fantasy stud this season? My bet is on Mason!

  • Phil_OPastryPhil_OPastry Member, League - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 368

    Hahaha. I was just typing up a small 8 round analysis but it seems once again we are in total agreement @wesbaedke . The 2 picks that really stood out to me were Burks, who I think will be a complete steal this far in the draft and Mason Plumlee. Both players are in for a pretty big upswing I think. I was really hoping Mason was going to drop to me.

    I found it hard to find a pick I really disliked. Each player was kinda drafted where I thought they would be. Augustin, by me may have been a reach - but I went with the thinking that SVG may hate giving Jennings more run than he has to.

  • Phil_OPastryPhil_OPastry Member, League - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 368
    edited October 2014

    @lilstinkylynx said:
    Rosters entered. Waiver priority entered. Please check rosters and let me know if there are any mistakes.

    Thanks for all your work on this. It seems you have accidentally left LeBron, Durant, Davis, Curry, Love, Aldridge, Melo, Chris Paul, Lillard, Harden, Westbrook, Ibaka, Leonard and Cousins off my roster.

  • lilstinkylynxlilstinkylynx Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 461

    @Phil_OPastry said:
    Thanks for all your work on this. It seems you have accidentally left LeBron, Durant, Davis, Curry, Love, Aldridge, Melo, Chris Paul, Lillard, Harden, Westbrook, Ibaka, Leonard and Cousins off my roster.

    Lol. I think you need to trade for those guys. Lol

  • jasonuoftjasonuoft Member, League - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 125

    Round 5

    • best - Brandon Knight. I am quite happy to see him fall so far. Stats line was pretty good last year. Still 23 yr old only, coached by Jason Kidd. Elite if he can improve efficiency slightly. Better talent around is a plus not minus for that.

    • worst - Omer Asik. Just dont see him playable on saldog's roster. Don't see the potential. But what do I know. It's saldog we are talking about.

    Round 6

    • best - Marcus Smart and Henry Sims. both should provide good stats and upside.

    • worst - no bad pick that stands out to me.

    • my pick - JJ Redick. Still haunted and feeling inadequate by my Kevin Martin pick, wanted someone to replace his stats. JJ may end up the better option in the end anyway.

  • lilstinkylynxlilstinkylynx Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 461

    Round NineAnalysis

    • Best Pick - This pick goes to @Tek‌ for drafting Steven Adams. Brooks is still the biggest idiot coach in the NBA currently, but with Perkins out due to injury and declining for the past few years... You have to figure he will finally unleash his young guns and stop counting on broken down vets. Adams is a monster... Kid likes to bang and gives you those traditional C stats you want. At this late in the draft, he's going to be a steal.
    • Worst Pick - I'll have to give this one to @FloetryInMotion‌ for Kyle Singler. Common, it's Kyle Singler. He shouldn't be rostered this season. Not to mention, they just signed Caron who got the starting nod already in the first preseason game. It's not looking good and he's underwhelmed these past few seasons. @FloetryInMotion‌'s picks have been great so I expect he'll be dropping Kyle soon.
    • Honorable Mention (Negative) - None. All the picks have a nice balance of pluses and minuses. Everyone's just looking for a possible steal and everyone drafted here except for Singler has that potential. Well, maybe Napier should fall in the Singler category for this season.
    • Honorable Mention (Positive) - This one goes to @wesbaedke‌ who drafted Matt Barnes. I always like taking players who have shown in the past that they can be fantasy relevant and that describes Matt to a tee. He does nothing amazingly well, but everything just good enough. A nice glue guy to have this late.
  • Phil_OPastryPhil_OPastry Member, League - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 368

    Round 10 analysis

    Best pick - I am not one to blow my own horn, but I like the Mozgov and Nash picks. This far in to the draft I think they are great gamble picks. Mozgov has looked great and finished last seareally like are Stauskas and Gobert (who I was hoping he'd drop to me, but alas it was not to be. :( )

    In the 10th round it's hard to hard a pick not to like, but I'll try. Brandon Wright. I just think there are still better options available. But again, the 10th round is more or less swing for the fences or redemption picks. If last year was any indication the waiver wire will be busy.

  • Phil_OPastryPhil_OPastry Member, League - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 368
    edited October 2014

    @jasonuoft said:
    Round 5

    • best - Brandon Knight. I am quite happy to see him fall so far. Stats line was pretty good last year. Still 23 yr old only, coached by Jason Kidd. Elite if he can improve efficiency slightly. Better talent around is a plus not minus for that.

    He fell so far because he is not very good at basketball. :wink: I think Knight could be a good pick - I hope Kidd realizes that he's a better fit at SG than he is at PG (IMO).

    I was surprised that Harris fell as far as he did. Then again, I drafted him last year with these same high hopes I have this year. As far as round 5... I think the best pick was Ilyasova @lilstinkylynx - whenever you have the chance to get a top 50 player at what would be the 120ish range you take it. I know the guy was terrible last year but that can be attributed to his ankle injury. I think it really is a low risk, yet VERY high reward pick.

  • wesbaedkewesbaedke Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 140

    @phil_opastry - Yeah I was eyeing Mozgov with one of my last picks. Solid get and my fav 10th rd target as well.

  • tonymtonym Member, League - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 54
    edited August 2015

    My rankings of best picks last year in each round:
    1.10 Tonym - Jimmy Butler
    2.6 FloetryInMotion - Marcin Gortat
    3.10 Tonym - Brandon Jennings(got hurt on the way to the playoffs)
    4.10 Baller7037 - Zach Randolph(surprised he was still available here)
    5.8 Jasonuoft - Brandon Knight
    6.7 Lilstinkylynx [Acquired via Trade] - Danny Green(great value here)
    7.5 Wesbaedke - DeMarre Carroll(awesome pick here)
    8.4 Barrec - Nene Hilario
    9.1 Phil O'Pastry [Acquired via Trade] - Bojan Bogdanovic(this round wasn't very fruitful)
    10.5 Jasonuoft - Rudy Gobert

  • lilstinkylynxlilstinkylynx Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 461

    Looking back, my draft was horrendous except for some late round picks. Glad I eaked out a win there.

  • wesbaedkewesbaedke Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 140

    @lilstinkylynx said:
    Looking back, my draft was horrendous except for some late round picks. Glad I eaked out a win there.

    "eaked out a win"....hahaha. That was a blood bath last year! I'd say taking Draymond at 4.7 was not only the best pick of the round, but probably the second or third best pick in the draft (behind Butler and Gobert).

  • lilstinkylynxlilstinkylynx Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 461

    @wesbaedke said:
    "eaked out a win"....hahaha. That was a blood bath last year! I'd say taking Draymond at 4.7 was not only the best pick of the round, but probably the second or third best pick in the draft (behind Butler and Gobert).

    Except I traded away both Dray and Kieff for K.Mart and B. Knight in week 3. Lol. Still don't know how I managed to win honestly. Maybe it's because I traded away all my picks this season to win last season. Lol

  • jasonuoftjasonuoft Member, League - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 125

    Nothing beats trading away Gobert for Ariza, lol. I will feel the pain for next 10 seasons!

  • jasonuoftjasonuoft Member, League - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 125

    Anyone interested in Conley, Evans, Holiday, T Jones, Jordan, Teague for picks?

  • wesbaedkewesbaedke Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 140

    @jasonuoft said:
    Anyone interested in Conley, Evans, Holiday, T Jones, Jordan, Teague for picks?

    I might be interested in one of your PGs if the price is right. Would be willing to move a mid-round (4th-6th rd) pick...

  • lilstinkylynxlilstinkylynx Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 461

    @wesbaedke said:

    I'd be interested in those prices too. Lol

  • jasonuoftjasonuoft Member, League - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 125

    Before I narrow down my keepers and change my mind, all of the above is available for a 3rd and 8th pick swap.

  • lilstinkylynxlilstinkylynx Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 461

    @jasonuoft said:
    Before I narrow down my keepers and change my mind, all of the above is available for a 3rd and 8th pick swap.

    By that do you mean all those players packaged together for one 3rd round pick because I'd be all in.

  • jasonuoftjasonuoft Member, League - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 125

    Lol of course not buddy, just choose one of them. 2 of those will be my keeper.
    I just realized u have no picks from 3rd to 6th round! Wow.
    Maybe I could have beaten you last season if u didn't 'cheat' like that ... Lol

  • lilstinkylynxlilstinkylynx Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 461

    @jasonuoft said:
    Lol of course not buddy, just choose one of them. 2 of those will be my keeper.
    I just realized u have no picks from 3rd to 6th round! Wow.
    Maybe I could have beaten you last season if u didn't 'cheat' like that ... Lol

    Lol. Shhhhhhhhh. Don't give away all my secrets. I am very f....d for this season though.

  • DaRuhlDaRuhl Member, League - Heroes Keeper League, League - Salary Cap League Posts: 558
    edited August 2015

    Ha! Lilstinkylynx, even if he did move all 6 guys he listed, I'm still not sure you should do it for a 3rd - 8th pick swap - arguably all of your keepers are better than all the folks he listed!! And I thought the Heatles were a superteam! :-)

    PS I like that one of our keepers is listed as "Badly Beal" :-)

  • lilstinkylynxlilstinkylynx Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 461

    @DaRuhl said:
    Ha! Lilstinkylynx, even if he did move all 6 guys he listed, I'm still not sure you should do it for a 3rd - 8th pick swap - arguably all of your keepers are better than all the folks he listed!! And I thought the Heatles were a superteam! :-)

    Lol. I value players oddly as you'll find out.

  • jasonuoftjasonuoft Member, League - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 125

    @DaRuhl said:
    Ha! Lilstinkylynx, even if he did move all 6 guys he listed, I'm still not sure you should do it for a 3rd - 8th pick swap - arguably all of your keepers are better than all the folks he listed!! And I thought the Heatles were a superteam! :-)

    PS I like that one of our keepers is listed as "Badly Beal" :-)

    Hey! No bashing of my players ! Not how it works in this league. Lol
    Don't you worry, lynx is goood and always finds a away to come out on top. Just watch!

  • wesbaedkewesbaedke Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 140

    @jasonuoft said:
    Before I narrow down my keepers and change my mind, all of the above is available for a 3rd and 8th pick swap.

    A little too rich for my blood. How about Jrue for a 6th > 8th swap? He's clearly one of the least valued keepers in the group. Just as well get something for him, right? :-)

  • lilstinkylynxlilstinkylynx Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 461
    edited August 2015

    @jasonuoft said:

    Hehe. That's because I'm willing to break up my team do it. I will trade everyone and anyone at the right price if it means I win now. Not to mention, recently I've had a track record of giving up too much.

    Kieff + Draymond + Future 3rd for Knight and K. Martin ring a bell.

    Or Favors, R. Lopez, Millsap and Tobias for Jimmy Butler.

    Oh, there was also K. Love for a future 2nd round pick.

    I feel I was raped last season in trades.

  • lilstinkylynxlilstinkylynx Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 461

    I forgot I also traded away Nerlens and Carmelo. Lol. Sigh. What could have been.

  • jasonuoftjasonuoft Member, League - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 125

    @wesbaedke said:
    A little too rich for my blood. How about Jrue for a 6th > 8th swap? He's clearly one of the least valued keepers in the group. Just as well get something for him, right? :-)

    Ok deal. First to offer gets the prize.
    In my book Jrue is on the same page as Conley and Teague, that's why I put them out together.
    Just wanted to get some trades done.

  • jasonuoftjasonuoft Member, League - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 125

    @lilstinkylynx said:
    I feel I was raped last season in trades.

    There is always a cost to do business and make things happen. I have done my fair share of bad trades in hindsight, like trading Dirk and Paul for players not even playing now, 3 years ago! I was trying to get young!
    You have a clear goal to win, and you pulled off the impossible to beat evil the year before, and won again last year comfortably. I was really trying to catch you last year statistically, doing things like Gobert for Ariza etc.
    However, if you can win this year with your picks gone, that will be a miracle.

  • lilstinkylynxlilstinkylynx Member, Commish - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 461
    edited August 2015

    That's mad cheap for Jrue. Injury concerns and all. 6th round in our draft has little to no value. Well done Wes.

  • jasonuoftjasonuoft Member, League - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 125

    It is very cheap. I may be thinking too much how I got Knight in 5th and Gobert in 10th.
    Oh well. Anyone else?

  • Phil_OPastryPhil_OPastry Member, League - Heroes Keeper League Posts: 368

    @jasonuoft said:
    Nothing beats trading away Gobert for Ariza, lol. I will feel the pain for next 10 seasons!

    B) B) B)

    I seemed to have made quite a few good trades last season. I am thinking after 2 long years since taking over the absolute worst team in the league I might have actually put myself in a position to build a contender.

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