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benJAMin 11-13-2008 12:12 PM

Do I need to make a move at this point or stay put?
 
10 team roto, standard 8 cats, no TOs

PG CP
SG Gordon
G Mayo
SF Rashard
PF Jamison
F Beasley
C Boozer
C Okafor
Util Durant
Util ---

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Marc Gasol
Udrih
Kenyon
Tony Parker
Smoov

Do I need to worry about dealing for assists or blocks or do I sit tight? Once healthy, Parker and Smoov step in a fill those cats decently while pushing Beasley to the bench.

First thought was to go after Nash while he's low. Thinking maybe Jamison and Udrih as an offer. Or should I go cheaper and deal Beasley for someone like Harris?

I could also go in another direction and look to get a block machine like Bynum and ride out assists for a while. Thoughts?

nkjordan23 11-13-2008 12:23 PM

Re: Do I need to make a move at this point or stay put?
 
Your team looks to be pretty well rounded. Gordon is playing very well so that just tops things off. You like pretty solid as of right now and like you said, when Smooth and parker return, you are set.

I wouldnt make a move even if its a buy-low opportunity at this point. No need for Nash when you have CP, Parker, and Mayo.

As for blocks, I think you could use just a little help even with Smooth in your lineup, but i am not sure you want to mess the balance you have up. Id just ride this out until things become a little more clear.

RapsFan 11-13-2008 12:28 PM

Re: Do I need to make a move at this point or stay put?
 
How are your %s doing?

benJAMin 11-13-2008 12:43 PM

Re: Do I need to make a move at this point or stay put?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by RapsFan
How are your %s doing?


Incredibly well, somehow, even after having TT, Smoov and Jamison in my lineup for a while. #1 in fg%, #2 in ft%, although I dont necessarily expect that to remain.

RapsFan 11-13-2008 12:47 PM

Re: Do I need to make a move at this point or stay put?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by benJAMin
Incredibly well, somehow, even after having TT, Smoov and Jamison in my lineup for a while. #1 in fg%, #2 in ft%, although I dont necessarily expect that to remain.



You might want to break out the excel and figure out what your team is shooting now, given your roster. Then look at it also with Smoove and TP back.

Other then %'s....on the surface your team looks untouchable when healthy.

benJAMin 11-13-2008 02:59 PM

Re: Do I need to make a move at this point or stay put?
 
Cool, thanks for the feedback. I'll still be nervous about leaving the fate of an entire assist category in CP's hands, because one injury would decimate me in that sense, but I'll sit tight for a bit and see what develops.

RapsFan 11-13-2008 03:08 PM

Re: Do I need to make a move at this point or stay put?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by benJAMin
Cool, thanks for the feedback. I'll still be nervous about leaving the fate of an entire assist category in CP's hands, because one injury would decimate me in that sense, but I'll sit tight for a bit and see what develops.


I actually missed the dimes.

With Smith's 3 and Parker's 6+....and CP, I would think you'll be ok? However, that would be the one thing you might want to acquire. Maybe Jamison for a guard, if you can afford the bds. Ideally a reasonable rebounding guard or wing, who gets some 3's and 4ish+ dimes......Pierce?


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