Discussion in 'Fantasy Sports Central' started by roscoe36, Dec 21, 2006.
According to NBA.com. I bet Motown is happy I turned down his trade yesterday!
Absolutely. ;) It's a catch22 though. I have Pierce in Advanced.
I have 4 fantasy teams, and they all lost. Sleeper 4-5 (Slippy) Open 2-7 (Aurora) Advanced 3-6 (MotownPride) Hockey 4-6 (Bezeach) This sucks. And I was going to make a sandwichmicrowaves sports club website, like the European club teams have.
You'll get em' next time bro.
The Celtics are pretty bad without Pierce. Yesterday, the Magic had 23 turnovers and shot 35% or so from the field and still easily beat them.
Well, here is the deal. I pretty much have conclusive evidence that I should not ever make a fantasy trade. I am the Danny Ainge of trades. The PF.com hockey league, I am 4th with a bullet. I expect to move into the top 3 this week as I am playing a cellar dweller. Possibly as high as 2. I've made one trade, I think I may have lost a little on it, but I did increase depth at my one weak position. In the Ultimate Slippy League, I'm #1. It's our sleeper league where you can't have any of the top 140 players on your team (as ranked at the beginning of the season). I don't think there has been a single trade in this league yet, and that's probably why my team is so good. I think I am really good in free agency. Just terrible at judging the value of a trade. And I might be too loyal to superstars.
Yep. <---- Roscoe before pulling the trigger on Fantasy B-ball trades
It is all about the stats and production. I can care less about the superstar status.
And then I have a week like last week where I win in all 4 of my leagues (despite being a cellar dweller in 2). PF Hockey (2nd out of 10, 9-0-4 last week) PF Ultimate Sleeper (1st out of 8, 6-4-3 last week) PF Advanced (10th out of 12, 8-1-0 last week) PF Open (11th out of 12, 6-3-0 last week)
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