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[NBA] My Fantasy Team (Wade/Shaq for Bosh/Iggy?) ADVICE!


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#1 Klewfish

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Posted October 27, 2008 - 03:44 PM

I got called to work today and missed a fantasy draft. This is the team drafted to me. 10 Team league.

PG- Chris Paul
SG- Ray Allen
G- Chauncey Billups
G- Jason Kidd
SF- Ron Artest
PF- Zach Randolph
F- Josh Howard
F- Tracy McGrady
C- Marcus Camby
UT- Mike Bibby
UT- Jamario Moon
UT- Beno Udrih
BN- Shaquille O'Neal
BN- Earl Watson
BN- JR Smith
BN- Chris Duhon

I really need to get some big men. What do you guys think I am good at, and what am I weak in?

Also someone offered me Lebron and Roy for CP3 and Camby...thoughts?

My thought process is since this is a 10 person league there are a lot of guys on the waiver wire that I could easily place on my bench and are on par with my bench guys. So I want to see if I can package some guys for better players and in 2 for 1 trades and then pick up guys off the waiver wire. I've got some work to do and appreciate any help you guys can give.

Edited by Klewfish, December 09, 2008 - 01:29 PM.

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#2 magicbalala245

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Posted October 27, 2008 - 04:01 PM

don't pass up lebron take it lebron is lebron and roy is good camby only is defensive stats only thing is CP3 but that is really equal cause your are getting lebron and roy for camby and CP3 :)
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#3 Klewfish

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Posted October 27, 2008 - 06:02 PM

I'm gonna see how greedy I can be... I counter offered them Billups/Camby for BronBron, and Kidd/Camby. I think they want Camby so here is to hoping they really want him.
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Posted October 28, 2008 - 11:16 AM

Take LeBron/Roy. I drafted them both on my fantasy team and I'm pretty excited about that. Especially if Roy has PG eligibility in your league.

#5 Klewfish

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Posted October 28, 2008 - 12:06 PM

You guys do notice I would be trading Camby, leaving Shaq as my only center. Does that change anything?
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Posted October 29, 2008 - 12:30 AM

you can pick up Etan Thomas? he's penned in as the Wizards starting big man.

Is this a H2H league? if it is, then you're better off at this point just tanking REBS and BLKS. if it's roto, you should look to trade udrith or Bibby for a C. as well as trade for a SF-PF player (must be at least PF eligible) Z-Bo should be C eligible, but he's your only PF.
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#7 Klewfish

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Posted October 31, 2008 - 07:39 AM

This is a 10 person H2H league. Someone offered me KG/Rip for Artest/Kidd/JHoward. They also offered KG/Shard for CP3/Artest. Thoughts?
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#8 Klewfish

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Posted November 06, 2008 - 09:46 AM

PG- Chris Paul
SG- Ray Allen
G- Chauncey Billups
G- Jason Kidd
SF- Josh Howard
PF- Zach Randolph
F- David West
F- Tracy McGrady
C- Marcus Camby
UT- Mike Bibby
UT- Jamario Moon
UT- Beno Udrih
BN- Shaquille O'Neal
BN- Spencer Hawes
BN- JR Smith
BN- Josh Boone

Alright guys this is my updated team. I dropped Watson and Duhon for Hawes and Boone. I traded Artest for David West. Here is where I need help. Should I trade Kidd, McGrady,Billups for Garnett and Gerald Wallace?
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#9 Klewfish

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Posted November 06, 2008 - 09:57 AM

Should I trade CP3 and Kidd for Brandon Roy and Al Jeff?
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#10 Klewfish

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Posted December 09, 2008 - 07:30 AM

Well guys I forgot to tell you, but I traded Chris Paul, David West and T-Mac for Dwyane Wade and Dwight Howard. My new roster looks like this

PG- C. Billups
SG- R. Allen
G- D. Wade
SF- J. Howard
PF- Z. Randolph
F- M. Camby
F- S. Hawes
C- D. Howard
UT- J. Kidd
UT- S. O'Neal
UT- M. Bibby
BN- M. Barnes
BN- D. Augustin
BN- JR Smith
BN- G. Arenas

This is where I need advice. Someone offered me Chris Bosh and Andre Iguodala for Dwyane Wade and Shaq. Do I do it? I don't like the trade up front really because of what Wade gives me as far as FT% and BLK from the guard position. However I was thinking if I do that trade, package Iguodala and Randolph for a great shotblocker from the guard position like a Granger or Josh Smith. Thoughts on the trade that was proposed to me, and thoughts on how realistic it is to try and package those two for another shotblocker after?
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#11 Klewfish

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Posted December 09, 2008 - 01:15 PM

I traded Kidd for Brandon Roy so I'm not that good on assists. I think if I trade Wade/Shaq for Iggy/Bosh then I'd trade Iggy for a Calderon, Nash or Devin Harris. Thoughts?
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Posted December 09, 2008 - 01:59 PM

Sounds like you are over thinking things and making too many trades.

Don't do the Wade deal. You'd be giving up the best player BY FAR in the deal.

#13 Klewfish

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Posted December 09, 2008 - 02:03 PM

Well my team got auto-drafted, and I started out with a bunch of PGs and marcus camby basically. I've just been trying to balance out my roster. I know Wade has been by far the best player but Shaq has been decent but doesn't play every game. I think right now I'm going to leave the trade an option, but just see how my team does. If it does fine, no need to fix something that ain't broken.
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