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Old 10-22-2007, 02:15 AM   #1
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Default Rate my team..1st time doing a keeper

Had the 10th pick in a 10 team league.

PG C. Paul (2)
SG Mike Miller (5)
G Rip Hamilton (7)
SF Melo (3)
PF Al Jef (4)
F Maggette (8)
C Yao (1)
C Aldridge (6)
UTL Marbury (10)
UTL T. Murphy (11)
UTL Diaw (9)

C. Bell (12)
Mcdyess (13)
Mobley (14)
Turkoglu (15)

My comp froze on the 13th n 14th rounds ended up getting mcdyess and mobley...I plan on dropping mobley for jwill...and hangin on to mcdyess

I went heavy on the centers--there always hard to come by especially starting 2--and i got 5 with the eligibility. I felt like I got good overall depth I like maggette alot as a late rounder especially moving into the starting line up right now and no brand. I think diaw should have a better year than last year. I read that they want him to be more aggressive on offense, I also think murphy as a late rounder should surprise some people...he took a little while to get used to IND but he had some nice games towards the end. Let me know what you guys think and where I should look to improve??? thanks and I plan on being more active on the forum so please respond.
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