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can i get some opinion if i should trade tyson chanlder for jeremy lin and derrick favors?

i already have

keneth faried

eric gordon

as my keepers should i trade ty chandler for them?

thanks


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i also

wanna ask if i should trade myeric gordon as well or from a fantasy stand point will he make a huge impact on stats?

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That depends, Tyson will give

That depends, Tyson will give you 10 and 10 with 65% from the field, with a couple blocks. Now if you're taking on Lin, that gives you some scoring, I think he'll be a 16-17 ppg with 6 assists per game, but the turnovers will be aroudn 4 per game, I had Lin in my rotisteree league last year, I won the league and was killing in most catagories, but I was dead last in turnovers. You have Faried, so he'll give you field goal percetage, be prepard for the possibility that Lin has a bad shooting percentage, possibly below 40% But if you have a chance to grt Favors, then I think it's worth it. I don't want to give you false hopes of a breakout season, because as long as Jefferson and Millsap are both there, he won't get the bulk of minutes or shots that he needs, but last season he had 9 and 7, I expect at least that, and there is breakout potential, but the problem is that Millsap is very good as well, and you also have Kanter waiting, he;s no scrub either, so minutes may be a problem, but if you're getting Favors and Lin I think it's worth it, however you know what you're getting with Chandler, with Favors and Lin, they could both unfortunatly sort of flop.

I say take it, but be watchful of the offense the Rockets run. If it's not a high pick and roll set, then deal Lin immeadiatly, and if a guy like Kanter breaks out and starts averaging 12 and 9 and provides a big body down low, than deal Favors immeadiatly. Good luck with your team though.

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And keep Eric Gordon becaue

And keep Eric Gordon becaue he will be their primary scorer. Expect at least 20 ppg, but there is some injury concern there. I say keep him unless you get a god father offer or you don't need scoring, because that's basically all he's good for, as well as three point shooting.

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Good luck,

Good luck,

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thanks man

appriciate the tip im currently just taking over a new team that had billups,kidd, and blatch into keepers last year and ended up with gordon ty chandler and faried im currently in a rebuilding mode for the next year or so

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Good luck, but the thing I

Good luck, but the thing I realized with Fantasy basketball is that it's not so much how well you draft, but how quickly you pick up say a Jeremy Lin or a Nik Pek, or a guy like JJ Barea that just came off an injury. You need to draft solid, but as long as your active and make solid pickups, you'll be fine. In reality, half the guys you draft will be gone midway through the season, so don't be hesitant to drop players like Caron Butler for a guy like Tyler Honeycut if he starts killing it, good luck, and I hope we're in the same nbadreaft.net league(s).

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