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2013 Fantasy Basketball: Positional Player Rankings

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Fantasy basketball drafts can be quite quirky and more unpredictable than their fellow fantasy sports brethren.  But that is a big reason why they are so much fun.  Everyone puts a different values players differently and the statistics they provide.  In the end, it comes down to who is right.  So I’m here to try to make sense of it all and leads us to a fantasy basketball title.  That’s right, with the NBA season closing in; it is time for my 2013/2014 positional rankings.

These rankings do not necessarily dictate how I will draft.  If I rank Player A higher than Player B, but believe Player A can be had later in the draft, I will try to take advantage of that value opportunity and wait before grabbing him.  Who knows, I may even get both Player A and Player B on my team.  Also, if I am really lacking in a category, I may be forced to stray away from my rankings to acquire that stat of need (i.e. three pointers, blocks).

I am using Yahoo’s position labels.  My rankings are for redraft leagues (daily lineup changes) with nine rotisserie categories.  These categories include: FG%, FT%, points, rebounds, assists, three pointers made, steals, blocks, and turnovers.  This list also factors in position flexibility, current injuries, injury concerns, potential to miss time, and expected minutes.  So keep that in mind for certain players who may be labeled as injury prone or likely to be rested throughout the season (i.e. Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett).  You will see all this reflected in my rankings below.

Rankings (and tiers) are a smart way to stay ahead of your opponents.  When you put this much work into your rankings, you should try to stick with them on draft day (exceptions mentioned above).  You have thought long and hard about each decision on your list, so the last thing you want to do is second guess yourself when you are on the clock.

Go ahead and post your opinions down below in the comments and hit me up on twitter @Rich_Migs.  Here are my 2013/2014 fantasy basketball positional rankings:

Final Update: 10/29/13

Points Guards:

  1. Stephen Curry
  2. Chris Paul
  3. Kyrie Irving
  4. Derrick Rose
  5. John Wall
  6. Dwayne Wade
  7. Deron Williams
  8. Mike Conley
  9. Damian Lillard
  10. Kemba Walker
  11. Jeff Teague
  12. Monta Ellis
  13. Eric Bledsoe
  14. Ty Lawson
  15. Ricky Rubio
  16. Russell Westbrook
  17. Tony Parker
  18. Jose Calderon
  19. Goran Dragic
  20. George Hill
  21. Brandon Jennings
  22. Jrue Holiday
  23. Kyle Lowry
  24. Rajon Rondo
  25. Raymond Felton
  26. Reggie Jackson
  27. Patrick Beverley
  28. Jameer Nelson
  29. Steve Nash
  30. Jamal Crawford
  31. Greivis Vasquez
  32. Jeremy Lin
  33. Jarret Jack
  34. Mario Chalmers
  35. Isiah Thomas
  36. Brandon Knight
  37. Michael Carter-Williams
  38. Avery Bradley
  39. Nate Robinson
  40. Trey Burke
  41. Luke Ridnour
  42. Andre Miller
  43. J.J. Barea
  44. Rodney Stuckey
  45. Kirk Hinrich
  46. Steve Blake
  47. Mo Williams
  48. Randy Foye
  49. Alexy Shved
  50. Tony Wroten
  51. Austin Rivers
  52. Gary Neal
  53. Jerryd Bayless
  54. Darren Collison
  55. Ramon Sessions
  56. Jordan Crawford
  57. John Lucas III
  58. Lou Williams
  59. Shaun Livingston
  60. Pablo Prigioni
  61. Tony Douglas
  62. C.J. Watson
  63. C.J. McCullum
  64. Beno Udrih
  65. E’Twaun Moore
  66. Chauncey Billups
  67. Jason Terry
  68. Devin Harris
  69. Will Bynum
  70. Jamaal Tinsley
  71. Dennis Schroder

 

Shooting Guards:

  1. Stephen Curry
  2. James Harden
  3. Paul George
  4. Nicolas Batum
  5. Dwayne Wade
  6. Kawhi Leonard
  7. Monta Ellis
  8. Eric Bledsoe
  9. Bradley Beal
  10. Kobe Bryant
  11. Klay Thompson
  12. Gordon Hayward
  13. Andre Iguodala
  14. O.J. Mayo
  15. J.R. Smith 
  16. Kevin Martin
  17. Tyreke Evans
  18. Kyle Korver
  19. George Hill
  20. Wes Mathews
  21. Jimmy Butler
  22. Raymond Felton
  23. Victor Oladipo
  24. Evan Turner
  25. Danny Green
  26. Wilson Chandler
  27. Eric Gordon
  28. Joe Johnson
  29. Gerald Henderson
  30. Dion Waiters
  31. Jamal Crawford
  32. Greivus Vasquez
  33. Marcus Thornton
  34. DeMar Derozan
  35. J.J. Redick
  36. Vince Carter
  37. Jarrett Jack
  38. Brandon Knight
  39. Iman Shumpert
  40. Lance Stephenson
  41. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
  42. Avery Bradley
  43. Manu Ginobili
  44. Arron Afflalo
  45. Corey Brewer
  46. James Anderson
  47. Jared Dudley
  48. Nate Robinson
  49. Carlos Delfino
  50. Jeremy Lamb
  51. Luke Ridnour
  52. Ray Allen
  53. Michael Dunleavy Jr.
  54. Courtney Lee
  55. Martell Webster
  56. Trevor Ariza
  57. Gerald Green
  58. Tony Allen
  59. Thabo Sefolosha
  60. Nick Young
  61. Kirk Hinrich
  62. Andre Miller
  63. C.J. Miles
  64. Alonzo Gee
  65. J.J. Barea
  66. Rodney Stuckey
  67. Randy Foye
  68. Mo Williams
  69. Chase Budinger
  70. Ben McLemore
  71. Alexy Shved
  72. Austin Rivers
  73. Gary Neal
  74. Jerryd Bayless
  75. Dorell Wright
  76. Ramon Sessions
  77. John Salmons
  78. Marco Belinelli
  79. Anthony Morrow
  80. Jordan Crawford
  81. Alec Burks
  82. Chase Budinger
  83. Lou Williams
  84. Shaun Livingston
  85. Pablo Prigioni
  86. Tony Douglas
  87. C.J. McCullum
  88. Mike Miller
  89. Francisco Garcia
  90. Ben Gordon
  91. Brandon Rush
  92. Shane Battier
  93. E’Twaun Moore
  94. Chauncey Billups
  95. Jason Terry
  96. Devin Harris

 

Small Forwards:

  1. Kevin Durant
  2. Lebron James
  3. James Harden
  4. Paul George
  5. Nicolas Batum
  6. Carmelo Anthony
  7. Kawhi Leonard
  8. Rudy Gay
  9. Chandler Parsons
  10. Josh Smith
  11. Klay Thompson
  12. Gordon Hayward
  13. Andre Iguodala
  14. Ersan Ilyasova
  15. Luol Deng
  16. Jeff Green
  17. Paul Pierce
  18. Thaddeus Young
  19. J.R. Smith
  20. Tobias Harris
  21. Tyreke Evans
  22. Kyle Korver
  23. Wes Mathews
  24. Jimmy Butler
  25. Evan Turner
  26. Danny Green
  27. Wilson Chandler
  28. Joe Johnson
  29. Gerald Henderson
  30. DeMar Derozan
  31. Danny Granger
  32. Shawn Marion
  33. Andrei Kirilenko
  34. Caron Butler
  35. Vince Carter
  36. Moe Harkless
  37. Iman Shumpert
  38. Manu Ginobili
  39. Arron Afflalo
  40. Corey Brewer
  41. Harrison Barnes
  42. Gerald Wallace
  43. Danilo Gallinari
  44. Metta World Peace
  45. Donatas Motiejunas
  46. DeMarre Carroll
  47. James Anderson
  48. Jared Dudley
  49. Carlos Delfino
  50. Matt Barnes
  51. Michael Dunleavy Jr.
  52. Jeremy Lamb
  53. Anthony Bennett
  54. Courtney Lee
  55. Martell Webster
  56. Trevor Ariza
  57. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist
  58. Gerald Green
  59. Tony Allen
  60. Otto Porter Jr.
  61. Tayshawn Prince
  62. Thabo Sefolosha
  63. Nick Young
  64. C.J. Miles
  65. Alonzo Gee
  66. Jae Crowder
  67. Al-Farouq Aminu
  68. Dorell Wright
  69. John Salmons
  70. Anthony Morrow
  71. Chase Budinger
  72. Mike Miller
  73. Steve Novak
  74. Francisco Garcia
  75. Brandon Rush
  76. Shane Battier
  77. Shabazz Muhammad
  78. Earl Clark

 

Power Forwards:

  1. Lebron James
  2. Kevin Love
  3. Anthony Davis
  4. LaMarcus Aldridge
  5. Carmelo Anthony
  6. Al Horford
  7. Al Jefferson
  8. Serge Ibaka
  9. Dirk Nowitzki
  10. Derrick Favors
  11. Larry Sanders
  12. Nikola Vucevic
  13. Paul Millsap
  14. Rudy Gay
  15. DeMarcus Cousins
  16. Chris Bosh
  17. Chandler Parsons
  18. Pau Gasol
  19. Josh Smith
  20. David Lee
  21. Tim Duncan
  22. Joakim Noah
  23. Blake Griffin
  24. Andre Drummond
  25. Tobias Harris
  26. Thaddeus Young
  27. Ersan Ilyasova
  28. Jeff Green
  29. Ryan Anderson
  30. Amir Johnson
  31. David West
  32. Zach Randolph
  33. Kenneth Faried
  34. Kevin Garnett
  35. Tristan Thompson
  36. Anderson Varejao
  37. Carlos Boozer
  38. Andrei Kirilenko
  39. Shawn Marion
  40. Miles Plumlee
  41. Nene Hilario
  42. Taj Gibson
  43. Elton Brand
  44. J.J. Hickson
  45. Metta World Peace
  46. Andrea Bargnani
  47. Gerald Wallace
  48. Chris Kaman
  49. Cody Zeller
  50. Donatas Motiejunas
  51. DeMarre Carroll
  52. Anthony Bennett
  53. Markieff Morris
  54. Channing Frye
  55. Bismack Biyombo
  56. Patrick Patterson
  57. Josh McRoberts
  58. Andre Blatche
  59. Jared Sullinger
  60. Kris Humphries
  61. Amare Stoudemire
  62. Brandon Bass
  63. Jae Crowder
  64. Jason Thompson
  65. Byron Mullins
  66. Trevor Booker
  67. Luis Scola
  68. Tayshawn Prince
  69. Jordan Hill
  70. John Henson
  71. Marreese Speights
  72. Kevin Seraphin
  73. Al Harrington
  74. Derrick Williams
  75. Steve Novak
  76. Glen Davis
  77. Reggie Evans
  78. Nerlens Noel
  79. Kosta Koufos
  80. Earl Clark
  81. DeJuan Blair

 

Centers:

  1. Kevin Love
  2. Marc Gasol
  3. Anthony Davis
  4. LaMarcus Aldridge
  5. Al Horford
  6. Al Jefferson
  7. Serge Ibaka
  8. Dirk Nowitzki
  9. Derrick Favors
  10. Larry Sanders
  11. Nikola Vucevic
  12. Brook Lopez
  13. DeMarcus Cousins
  14. Roy Hibbert
  15. Chris Bosh
  16. David Lee
  17. Tim Duncan
  18. Pau Gasol
  19. Joakim Noah
  20. Dwight Howard
  21. Andre Drummond
  22. Jonas Valanciunus
  23. Javale McGee
  24. Tyson Chandler
  25. Ryan Anderson
  26. Nikola Pekovic
  27. Greg Monroe
  28. Enes Kanter
  29. Marcin Gortat
  30. Amir Johnson
  31. Zach Randolph
  32. Andrew Bogut
  33. Robin Lopez
  34. Stephen Hawes
  35. Kevin Garnett
  36. Anderson Varejao
  37. DeAndre Jordan
  38. Samuel Dalembert
  39. Tristan Thompson
  40. Andrew Bynum
  41. Tiago Splitter
  42. Nene Hilario
  43. Carlos Boozer
  44. Taj Gibson
  45. J.J. Hickson
  46. Elton Brand
  47. Omer Asik
  48. Andrea Bargnani
  49. Chris Kaman
  50. Cody Zeller
  51. Channing Frye
  52. Bismack Biyombo
  53. Patrick Patterson
  54. Josh McRoberts
  55. Andre Blatche
  56. Kris Humphries
  57. Alex Len
  58. Amare Stoudemire
  59. Luis Scola
  60. Brandon Bass
  61. Ed Davis
  62. Greg Oden
  63. Jermaine O’neal
  64. Kelly Olynyk
  65. Jason Thompson
  66. Vitor Faverani
  67. Byron Mullins
  68. Steven Adams
  69. John Henson
  70. Kevin Seraphin
  71. Rudy Gobert
  72. Jordan Hill
  73. Marreese Speights
  74. Al Harrington
  75. Glen Davis
  76. Kendrick Perkins
  77. Kosta Koufos
  78. DeJuan Blair
  79. Nerlens Noel
  80. Emeka Okafor

 

You can post your opinions down below in the comments and hit me up on twitter @Rich_Migs.  Let the debates begin!

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31 Comments

  1. Fantasy
    October 21, 2013 at 4:28 am — Reply

    Blake Griffin no where on your list?

    • October 21, 2013 at 4:51 am — Reply

      Wow! You’re right! When you go through so many players, an accident like this can happen. I will add him in now. Thanks for the heads up!

      • Frank
        October 30, 2013 at 6:58 am — Reply

        What about David West???

        • October 30, 2013 at 10:25 am

          Fixed. There was a time on my phone when I was making changes where things got a bit buggy. Wondered if I accidentally deleted anyone. Hopefully I’m not missing anyone else too significant.

          Thanks Frank!

  2. October 22, 2013 at 12:30 pm — Reply

    My first ever troll! This is how you know you made it.

    The positions are taken from Yahoo. They have players such as Wade labeled as PG and SG. I may have missed a couple of low-end players that I will be adding (i.e. Tony Wroten), but that happens when you go through 300 players or so.

    Some of my rankings may be bold, but I have won fantasy basketball leagues and I feel each ranking has a purpose and can be justified. If you have specific examples of players missing, positions being wrong, or rankings you disagree with, you may post them. I will even agree with you if you happen to be right. You may even convince me on a player and it could change his ranking.

    I have no problem with discussion and being open minded.

    When you start thinking you know it all, when you start getting complacent, when you stop working hard, that is when you start losing.

  3. Fantasy
    October 23, 2013 at 5:58 am — Reply

    justify your comments people. Rich already explained his ranking up front if you actually read the article properly.
    Everyone has their own views, expectations and predictions on players and how the season will unfolds, otherwise everyone will win their fantasy league and there is no point playing this game.
    The fun of fantasy is about being confident of your own knowledge and predictions, if you think yours is better, post your ranking away and let others challenge it.

    Rich: what are your views on Andrew Bynum? I have AV on my team, do you think he (AV)will do ok considering his history of injury and what if Bynum returns?

  4. October 23, 2013 at 11:42 am — Reply

    Thanks for defending my ranking. Fantasy basketball is especially subjective. You should stick to your guns, but always be open to logic and reason. No shame in changing your mind. Of course we are replying to a troll post…so moving on haha…

    It’s tough. I lowered Bynum in my rankings last night because I felt I was banking on his health too much. If healthy, he can be great. We have all seen that. But much like with Amare Stoudemire, we need to be realistic.

    Anderson Varejao put up 14 and 14 lines, but he is 31 I believe and can’t stay healthy. I have been higher on Tristan Thompson. It looks like the Cavs won’t bury him and he should get the minutes needed to be useful.

    Outside of Thompson, it may be best to avoid the 3-4-5 spots on the Cavs. There is risk/reward here with Bynum and AV, but sometimes it is best to avoid making the bet at all.

    If I had to choose I would take Bynum because both men are injury prone, but Bynum could deliver top center numbers. 18-12-and a couple of blocks. High FG%. A FT% you can live with.

    Bynum will likely get off days and games off even if healthy.

    Unfortunately, both players are risks. I would go bynum over AV, however.

  5. Fantasy
    October 25, 2013 at 2:39 am — Reply

    Thanks Rich for your views on Bynum and AV. After some news hunting and serious thinking , I have gone with AV for now just because he is currently on the court playing and Bynum isn’t. the possibility of 14-14 early on is too attractive than looking at the headline for a return date for Bynum everyday.

    Another one for your comments…Harrison Barns, you have ranked him at 41 in SF, meaning it is almost at the undrafed ranking for standard league? I was thinking he could be in for a good season in GS this year even as the 6th man and should get the mins to produce some good stats for fantasy?

    • October 25, 2013 at 5:00 am — Reply

      I may make some subtle changes to the forward rankings today because position battles are clearing up, so Barnes ranking may change, but my overall view of him doesn’t really change.

      I think Barnes right now will be a much better real life player than fantasy player. That can change as many talk about his game developing, but when you include the limited minutes and what he can offer, I think he may be overvalued. He has been hurt for weeks now with a foot issue and it looks like be is going to miss the opener. That may be the bigger issue if you disagree with how I feel.

      His playoff run was nice, but it was 12 games where he averaged 38 minutes a game. His stats involved 1.5 3pm, which is nice, as well as 16ppg and 6 boards. He didn’t do much in any other department.

      Of course he is young and will improve, but I am looking at this as a fantasy relevant standpoint and I’m not sure he does enough to warrant a roster spot in shallow leagues.

      I think he makes a great trade chip to owners that are buying into his real life potential.

      Next season I could feel differently. Barnes may end up a few notches higher, but my overall feeling about him this season doesn’t change. If an injury happens, different story, but right now he isn’t going to get more than 25mpg and he’s hurt. He is also still growing as a ball player and is someone I would rather have in dynasty.

      I think this year isn’t the year he breaks out and beats the value of the guys ahead of him.

    • October 26, 2013 at 10:31 am — Reply

      I made some changes to the PF, C rankings and now have AV in front of Bynum. I have no idea now when Bynum will see the court. I thought he would be there opening week, but now wouldn’t be surprised if he misses a month.

      He is very frustrating. I rather avoid the mess altogether.

      • Fantasy
        November 8, 2013 at 1:48 am — Reply

        Hi Rich,

        AV is doing ok so far that isas long as he stay health. I am glad I went with AV over Bynum….
        Sanders is giving me an headache atm and now I also have to deal with Tyson chandler out for 4-6 weeks. My 2 main players for blk! Do you think sanders will turn things around and would you drop chandler for some temporary fill in?

        Anyway my main question is about trey Burke. What do you think he can and will produce and if you have any idea when he will be back? Is he worth a spot on the roster now in a Std 12 team very active h2h league?

        • November 8, 2013 at 2:22 am

          You have to hang onto Sanders and hope he turns it around. I doubt anyone trades anything of real value for him now too.

          Chandler you may have to drop if there is a capable guy to pick up out there. It really depends on that. If there is no obvious guy to pick up, or not other obvious cuts from your team, then you might as well hold onto Chandler. There is a chance if you drop him, he gets picked up and stashed by another team. But the truth is, it is a tough spot. Injuries are so difficult to deal with in Fantasy Basketball since there are no DL or IR spot. Let me know who are some possible pick ups and we can figure out if it is worth making the move dropping Chandler.

          As for Burke, there isn’t much competition for when he does return. He should start almost right away and get plenty of minutes. He will probably come back towards the end of November. As for his performance, he can hit threes and should at least get some assists. He should have the ability to get some steals as well. There is some unknown as to how he will perform as a rookie, but anyone in need of PG/assists help should be ready to snatch him up when he is about a week away.

          If your league is very active, you may need to pounce sooner. If PG is a big need of yours, then I would consider nabbing him around mid-November (if you think you can wait even that long).

        • Fantasy
          November 19, 2013 at 2:15 am

          I decided to keep both chandler and sanders and picked up Burke. Given me 3 inactive players in a std league. Burke sounds like he is nearly ready to play soon, so this will leave me with only 2 inactive.

          I also dropped AV and picked up Wilson Chandler. AV numbers/value have been slowly declining and the return of Bynum looks to put some risk in holding on to AV. What do you think of this move?

          What do you think also of Reggie Jackson?

          Do you have an email I can ask you some more in depth questions about my team and league specifically? Not keen on posting my full team details in the public!

          Thanks again.

        • November 19, 2013 at 4:40 pm

          Hi,

          Add me on twitter @Rich_Migs and I will tweet you my email through DM. Thanks!

  6. tim
    October 29, 2013 at 7:19 am — Reply

    Do you have any advice on my team. It is 12 team 9 cat roto league for a lot of money. Would love any suggestions:

    PG: D. Rose
    SG: Kyle Korver
    G: K. Lowry
    SF: Lebron
    PF: Milsap
    F: Wilson Chandler
    C: B. Lopez
    C: T. Duncan
    Util: T. Splitter
    Util: K. Martin

    Bench: Nene, R. Lopez, G. Henderson and L. Ridnour

    Would love any advice on areas I am weak in (I think it is rebounds and steals) and who to start (I know Chandler is hurt so I will probably lean towards Nene at the moment). Any thoughts would be appreciated!

    • October 29, 2013 at 11:40 am — Reply

      Hi Tim,

      I think you will be okay in threes for the most part because I expect Korver and Martin to carry you there. You may need blocks, but Lopez and Duncan may deliver 2+ per game again and Lopez could even deliver 2 a game. You will need help in steals like you said. Rebounds may be an issue as well for you. It depends on the other teams and matchups, but you may have some assist problems certain weeks. Lebron helps there, since you weren’t able to lock up a third PG.

      You need a big year from Duncan and hope he doesn’t sit out/rest too much. I drafted him in a H2H league, and I am hoping for the same. If he can come close to repeating what he did last season, you are in much better shape (just hope he doesn’t sit out come playoff time).

      I would start Robin Lopez over Splitter. If Chandler misses time, it depends on what you need. Nene had a down season last year, but perhaps now he can offer something closer to his 2011 line. I would start him over a hurt Chandler.

      Hope that helps. If you have any other questions, don’t be afraid to ask!

  7. benj
    November 2, 2013 at 11:33 pm — Reply

    Can you pls help me on my line up. And also what is lacking in my team. I would really appreciate some advice.

    PG: T.Lawson
    SG: J. Harden
    G: J. Holiday
    SF: C. Parsons
    PF: C. Boozer
    F: N. Vucevic
    C: R. Lopez
    BN: C. Kaman
    BN: G. Vasquez
    BN: A. Varejao

    I’m new in fantasy and would love to learn new things and win this with my friends. Thank you!

    • November 3, 2013 at 6:18 am — Reply

      Hi Benj,

      Thanks for posting. Is this a 10 man league?

      It seems as if you could have trouble with blocks and steals. Maybe rebounds at times. Someone like Boozer tends to not put up stats in those categories.

      Anderson Varejao can really rack up rebounds. But he usually doesn’t stay healthy and will have Bynum to compete for in minutes eventually (If Bynum gets and stays healthy)

      Robin Lopez will give you blocks and his large minutes increase should allow him to get a decent amount of rebounds.

      IMO, you seem fine in assists, threes, and points. FG% and TOs will depend on Jrue and Harden. They shoot a lot and some weeks they are more volume than efficient.

      Who is on your waiver wire?

      • benj
        November 3, 2013 at 10:02 am — Reply

        Thanks for the headsup. 🙂 Yep It’s a 10 man league. Who do you suggest to be replace? Varejao and boozer? I’m not sure who to replace them with because all of the top 100 centers and pf are already taken. Im thinking of getting zeller or olynyk? But I’m not sure if it’s the right choice. Any advice who to get.

        I don’t have someone on the waiver wire, I don’t fully understand the waiver wire thing. Thank you for the info, I really appreciate it.

        • November 3, 2013 at 2:13 pm

          Keep them for now. I was asking who are the players that are free agents, who aren’t on anyone’s team.

          Kaman would be the guy I would cut if someone came along worthy of a pickup.

        • benj
          November 3, 2013 at 3:42 pm

          Ok. The ones available on the firstpage are:

          T. Harris
          T. Burke
          D.Granger
          N. Hilario
          A. Bradley
          A. Stoudemire
          B. McLemore
          B. Knight
          C. Zeller
          O. Porter jr.
          A. Len
          K. Olynyk
          J. Dudley
          K. Humphries
          R. Foye
          C. Delfino
          C. Budinger
          L. Scola
          E. Brand
          M. Webster

  8. benj
    November 3, 2013 at 6:36 pm — Reply

    Btw what’s your opinion on G. Vasquez trade over Bledsoe? Will I go for it?

    • November 3, 2013 at 6:56 pm — Reply

      Keep an eye on Tobias Harris, brand, knight, and olynyk.

      I would trade Vasquez for bledsoe.

      • benj
        November 3, 2013 at 8:10 pm — Reply

        Copy. Thanks man!

        • benj
          November 6, 2013 at 7:03 am

          I dropped kaman for mcgee, was that a rigt choice?

          D. Green is also on the waiver list. What’s your opinion on this?

        • November 6, 2013 at 9:51 am

          If you don’t need a big, then add Green. Bad start or not, he should be fine. We tend to overreact to a few bad games and forget how we felt about guys coming into the season. 3 games shouldn’t completely change that.

          I rather have McGee than Kaman, but again, keep an eye on Harris.

  9. benj
    November 6, 2013 at 4:13 pm — Reply

    I think Parsons will give me a better stats than Green. I am in need of a solid shotblocker and rebounder.

    Yep I am eyeing on Harris, waiting for his return to the court.

    • November 6, 2013 at 6:38 pm — Reply

      I would not drop Parsons. McGee should help your shot blocking.

  10. benj
    November 9, 2013 at 8:02 pm — Reply

    May friend is asking what your opinion on his line up:

    PG: Bledsoe
    SG: Harden
    G: Oladipo
    SF: Korver
    PF: Parsons
    F: Drummond
    C: Splitter
    C: B. Lopez
    Util: D. Green
    Util: Mclemore
    BN: Chalmers
    BN: v. Carter
    BN:

  11. benj
    November 9, 2013 at 8:03 pm — Reply

    Last BN: M. Morris

    • November 10, 2013 at 9:22 am — Reply

      Assists and rebounds look like his needs. Blocks may be an issue some as well. Mclemore may enter the starting lineup. Maybe someone will bite on his upside and he can add a rebounding/blocking big or a PG.

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