You're certainly not going to have any trouble scoring the ball. You might be a little light in boards, and I might look to move Dunleavy while he's hot or Granger if you prefer for another decent PF/C like Dalembert or even Gooden, as I can't believe that Dunleavy will keep dragging down 9 every game. You could also just plug Bogut into your lineup at util for boards if you don't want to get rid anyone. You'll be light in blocks as well. But I like your %'s, and I think you'll see improvements from Arenas of course. Maybe move Salmons right now to someone who needs him for the next five weeks or so? Hope this helps a bit.
You're certainly not going to have any trouble scoring the ball. You might be a little light in boards, and I might look to move Dunleavy while he's hot or Granger if you prefer for another decent PF/C like Dalembert or even Gooden, .
I wouldn't trade Granger for either of those two..Granger's having a break out year...potential to average 17+pts 8+reb and about 3 threepointers a game..
Looks like middle of the pack group. But I've found in H2H leagues that if you can hang in until end of season, when superstars sometimes get rested and those in real-life playoff chase turn it up, fantasy teams that look ordinary can turn out to be pretty good.
One thing I learned as rookie, especially for h2h, is make daily use of waiver system.
And try not to be some a homer, PacerPete! Dunleavy and Granger will end up among weakest links on your roster.
I agree that you might want to trade Dunleavy while he is still hot. I still have him on my team but i''m gonna wait to see what happens. I'm just a rookie but i'd prolly try to trade Davis for a really good PF since Davis is doing pretty well right now. You might be able to get more for him than he's worth and you still have Arenas as a good shooter, it's just waiting for him to get into his game.