Who to drop?

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  • #268998

    annakarina
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    Rank: All-Star

    9-Cat H2H Keeper

    Apparently Khris Middleton is already returning (what???) and I need to drop somebody to move him back into my lineup.

    Spencer Dinwiddie PG [BKN]
    Ky Bowman PG [GS]
    Delon Wright PG/SG [DAL]
    Jordan Clarkson PG/SG [CLE]
    Josh Richardson SG/SF [PHI]
    Danuel House Jr SG/SF [HOU]
    Jonathan Isaac SF/PF [ORL]
    Jabari Parker SF/PF [ATL]
    Kenrich Williams SF/PF [NOR]
    Dario Saric PF/C [PHO]
    Richaun Holmes PF/C [SAC]
    Bam Adebayo PF/C [MIA]
    Jaren Jackson Jr. PF/C [MEM]
    Brandon Clarke PF/C [MEM]
    Mitchell Robinson C [NYN]
    IR – Kevin Durant SF/PF [BKN]
    IR – Khris Middleton SG/SF [MIL]

    My first thought is Ky Bowman but I’m pretty thin at PG as is and he’s been balling without D-Lo who I think will be in and out of the lineup all season.

    I could go with Kenrich Williams but despite the lack of scoring I really like his rebounds and defensive stats.

    I’m currently in 2nd place out of 16 despite not having my first rounder (KD) all season and I hate to lose any of these guys.

    • This topic was modified 2 months, 3 weeks ago by  annakarina.
  • #268999

    annakarina
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    I know a 2-for-1 would be the preferable route but it can be hard to get people to bite on trades in this league.

  • #269001

    Alan Srochi
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    I think it has to be Kenrich here.

    I’m a big Kenny Hustle guy but New Orleans is getting healthier and he’ll be edged out soon.

  • #269069

    elkutch23
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    I think it’s between Delon, K-Will, or Bowman

  • #269126

    Dribble Around For 23 Seconds
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    Kenrich

  • #269465

    annakarina
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    Rank: All-Star

    Is Kenrich still the drop over Bowman with Kerr’s recent comments?

    Steve Kerr said he’ll be cautious about using Bowman’s 45-day allotment to be in the NBA as a two-way player. Per beat writer Connor Letourneau, “If the Warriors have a light workout on this upcoming five-city trip, Bowman will sit it out.” Kerr has also said he hopes to convert Bowman to a full season-long contract, which would remove the 45-day restriction, and that seems likely based on his strong play for the decimated Warriors. Hang onto him in the hopes that he’s rewarded with a fully-fledged contract.

  • #269617

    annakarina
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    Rank: All-Star

    Kenrich still played 33 minutes yesterday. I might be leaning towards Delon now. Oh god, what do I do oh god oh christ.

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