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Morrow Left MCL Sprain

Ouch for the Thunder and for those who drafted Morrow with a later pick. No time table yet but if he's out for a couple weeks, there are better guys to grab in standard leagues. Who is going to start at SG/SF for the Thunder to start the season? Jackson is supposed to be coming off the bench.

Comments

  • BigBossBigBoss Member Posts: 9

    Perry Jones III

  • NumberCruncherNumberCruncher Member Posts: 80

    So, Westbrook, PJ3, Adams (unless Perkins gets the nod), Ibaka and who? Are either of the starting wings worth drafting in standard leagues?

  • bjamesgalibjamesgali Member Posts: 217

    Westbrook, RJax and Ibaka are the only ones that are worth owning, and Westbrook especially will be in the discussion for top 3 in the league. All with 30+ minutes.

    Adams is worth a look, but even as a starter he doesn't look dominant on the court, his horn is being touted a bit more than I think he deserves... But Having a starting role for the rest of the year would definitely help his confidence, so he's a nice later round flier if available.

    PJ3, Lamb and Roberson have a pretty nice opportunity to break ground this year, as they'll all probably get around 25+ minutes consistently. Hopefully they can make something out of it. I'd rank them PJ3>Roberson>Lamb ...

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

    OKC media members I follow are pretty sure Andre Roberson is going to get the nod at SF, not PGIII. The team is sure a mess. Don't see a lot of opportunity for fantasy relevancy for those guys (PGIII, AR, Lamb) unless you're in a deep league.

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