I would Accept the deal. Caron Butler was a top 20 fantasy player last season. Great %'s, 8 rebs, 4 assist, TOs hurt, uber-steals. Zero 3's.
Wallace is a great center. Only member of the 1/1/1 club last season. Three/stl/blk. Marion was close...but technically missed by a hundreth of a point. Dwight Howard, Garnett, haslem, and Rasheed make for an insane front line. Chandler avg 1 blk a game...so does Rasheed. Sheed gets more stls and a good amount of 3's.
VC is a rocky fantasy player...When hes hot...he is nuts...most of the time...ehhhh
I prefer the consistency and production of Butler/rasheed
Originally Posted by benJAMin
You stand to gain in points, FT%, threes, and steals. You lose in boards, blocks, and assists, FG% is a wash more or less.
I like the upgrade in boards for you at the SF position, and with Haslem, Garnett and Dwight pulling them down, maybe you can afford to give Chandler. But who's going to play the SG position for you? And even though Sheed will get you some threes, you're going to be low there as well.
SG: VC...move arenas/hill/gibson
SF: Battier...move battier to util...start Butler
C: Chandler...start Wallace
Util: A Miller
close to cut list:
Hill...stat line is all over the place.
hayes...purely 5 rebs a game.
ACCEPT IT...maybe add a third player(throwin type hayes) so that you can pick up another 3point shooter