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Old 01-27-2011, 04:01 AM   #1
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Default What's the deal with OJ Mayo?

He was dropped in one of my leagues where I actually need a guard. However, he's been fairly useless this year. Is there any likelihood he'll be useful again this season, or is he stuck on he bench?
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Default Re: What's the deal with OJ Mayo?

Who are you thinking about dropping to pick him up? If he stays in Memphis and they don't make a coaching change, which both are more likely than not, I don't see him starting again this season. If they do deal him (dumb basketball move on their part), he should gain some pretty decent value. The big issue with him this year is his inability to string together good shooting games. Been highly erratic in that regard
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Default Re: What's the deal with OJ Mayo?

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He was dropped in one of my leagues where I actually need a guard. However, he's been fairly useless this year. Is there any likelihood he'll be useful again this season, or is he stuck on he bench?


OJ Mayo can be a big time player, I would add him. He is stuck on the bench for his team and isn't much value as of right now. He can still shoot 3's, steal the ball, and score in double figures 10-15 point range. Grizzlies players are rarely injured, so you shouldn't count on that.

The big date you have to watch is Feb 24th next month ( whenever the deadline is), his name has been in the most trade rumors other than Melo this year. If he gets traded your going to hit the lottery, if he isn't traded then i would entertain the possibility of dropping him, if your not in a deep league.
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Default Re: What's the deal with OJ Mayo?

It's an average league (12 teams, 14 players per), where he was dropped. I would be dumping Mike Miller for him (whom I just picked up after his last game). I'm not sure what to expect from MM but I was high on him going into the season and the Heat players always seem hurt so I figure he should get some touches.
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