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Rate my other teams

Posted: Sun Oct 18, 2009 8:24 pm
by migya
This thread can be for showing other teams that you have in other fantasy leagues if you want. Everyone can say what they think about the teams.



Some of my other teams:


1.
PG
Steve Nash
(Pho - PG)
SG
Eric Gordon
(LAC - SG)
G
Derrick Rose
(Chi - PG)
SF
Rudy Gay
(Mem - SF,PF)
PF
Amar'e Stoudemire
(Pho - PF,C)
F
Brook Lopez
(NJ - PF,C)
C
Kevin Love
(Min - PF,C)
C
Anderson Varejao
(Cle - PF,C)
Util
Anthony Randolph
(GS - PF)
Util
Raymond Felton
(Cha - PG,SG)
BN
Thaddeus Young
(Phi - SF,PF)
BN
Corey Maggette
(GS - SF,PF)
BN
Kirk Hinrich
(Chi - PG,SG)

12 TEAM LEAGUE



2.
PG
Baron Davis
(LAC - PG)
SG
Eric Gordon
(LAC - SG)
G
Russell Westbrook
(OKC - PG)
SF
Wilson Chandler
(NY - SG,SF)
PF
Amar'e Stoudemire
(Pho - PF,C)
F
Pau Gasol
(LAL - PF,C)
C
Elton Brand
(Phi - PF,C)
C
Kendrick Perkins
(Bos - C)
Util
Paul Millsap
(Uta - SF,PF)
Util
Raymond Felton
(Cha - PG,SG)
BN
Michael Beasley
(Mia - SF,PF)
BN
Shane Battier
(Hou - SF)
BN
Al Thornton
(LAC - SF,PF)

12 TEAM LEAGUE

Posted: Sun Oct 18, 2009 9:34 pm
by xbay
PG- Steve Nash
SG- Josh Howard
SF- Rudy Gay
PF- Tim Duncan
C- LaMarcus Aldridge
Utl- Luis Scola
BN- Ronnie Brewer
BN- James Harden
BN- Anderson Varejao
BN- Glen Davis
BN- Tyler Hansbrough

This is an 18-team league.

Posted: Mon Oct 19, 2009 1:33 am
by migya
xbay wrote:PG- Steve Nash
SG- Josh Howard
SF- Rudy Gay
PF- Tim Duncan
C- LaMarcus Aldridge
Utl- Luis Scola
BN- Ronnie Brewer
BN- James Harden
BN- Anderson Varejao
BN- Glen Davis
BN- Tyler Hansbrough

This is an 18-team league.



That team looks pretty good considering it is an 18 team league. First five are good enough to think that it was more like a 10-12 team league

Posted: Mon Oct 19, 2009 6:48 pm
by xbay
Both teams are pretty balanced. I'd say you're second team is weak at SF. I think I like your first team better.

Posted: Mon Oct 19, 2009 7:18 pm
by migya
xbay wrote:Both teams are pretty balanced. I'd say you're second team is weak at SF. I think I like your first team better.



Depends what you think guys like Thornton and Battier are going to do this season. I think both will do quite well, so I think SF is covered pretty good. Got to look for those diamonds among the sand

Posted: Mon Oct 19, 2009 9:04 pm
by "Always" Next
migya wrote:
xbay wrote:Both teams are pretty balanced. I'd say you're second team is weak at SF. I think I like your first team better.



Depends what you think guys like Thornton and Battier are going to do this season. I think both will do quite well, so I think SF is covered pretty good. Got to look for those diamonds among the sand


settin up a trade for those guys Mig?

Posted: Mon Oct 19, 2009 9:15 pm
by xbay
migya wrote:
xbay wrote:Both teams are pretty balanced. I'd say you're second team is weak at SF. I think I like your first team better.



Depends what you think guys like Thornton and Battier are going to do this season. I think both will do quite well, so I think SF is covered pretty good. Got to look for those diamonds among the sand


I'd say Thornton is going to be okay. Nothing big, though. I think this is his peak. He might average a little more at each category once he reaches his prime, but he won't do anything special. They have Griffin, Gordon, Baron, and Kaman... all of whom love to score. So I'd think Thornton will get his touches, but those won't be as much as you'd like.

Battier is up in the air. He'll be asked to do more than he has before, since he's known as a defensive player only. But the signing of Ariza eases his workload. I don't see Battier doing much... just hitting threes when he's open and getting some steals here and there. Nothing big, just average stuff.

Considering it's a 12-team league, you should be able to compete, especially since you covered the other positions.

Posted: Mon Oct 19, 2009 9:34 pm
by f1n3
Migya:

both those teams are stacked for a 12 team league. I have to believe that some of your opponents were autodrafting? Seems like both of your teams are filled with all guys worthy of a 10th round pick or better.

Xbay:

kudos to you for playing in such a large league. I don't have the balls for that. I can't rate your team because I have no idea what an 18 team league roster should look like. But you do seem to have a specialist for every category (maybe except ft%), which has to be good.

Posted: Tue Oct 20, 2009 12:32 am
by migya
xbay wrote:
migya wrote:
xbay wrote:Both teams are pretty balanced. I'd say you're second team is weak at SF. I think I like your first team better.



Depends what you think guys like Thornton and Battier are going to do this season. I think both will do quite well, so I think SF is covered pretty good. Got to look for those diamonds among the sand


I'd say Thornton is going to be okay. Nothing big, though. I think this is his peak. He might average a little more at each category once he reaches his prime, but he won't do anything special. They have Griffin, Gordon, Baron, and Kaman... all of whom love to score. So I'd think Thornton will get his touches, but those won't be as much as you'd like.

Battier is up in the air. He'll be asked to do more than he has before, since he's known as a defensive player only. But the signing of Ariza eases his workload. I don't see Battier doing much... just hitting threes when he's open and getting some steals here and there. Nothing big, just average stuff.

Considering it's a 12-team league, you should be able to compete, especially since you covered the other positions.



Well besides Kaman, the guys you mentioned in the Clips are all scorers (not so sure about Griffin either), but Thornton is going into his third season and still has much room for improvement. He is an allround player, one of the reasons I picked him.

As for Battier, I think he'll be the starting SG, in place of TMac, until TMac comes back, or he'll go SF and Ariza will go SG. Either way, there is a big chance he'll at least get back to what he was in previous seasons and that is very allround. Harder to tell with him

Posted: Tue Oct 20, 2009 12:34 am
by migya
fine wrote:Migya:

both those teams are stacked for a 12 team league. I have to believe that some of your opponents were autodrafting? Seems like both of your teams are filled with all guys worthy of a 10th round pick or better.



Thanks. In one of the leagues, I saw two teams that were autodrafted. here wasn't really any other team in either league that was autodrafted and seemed like everone turned up to the drafts, that's why they went so quick as well

Posted: Tue Oct 20, 2009 12:48 am
by xbay
migya wrote:
xbay wrote:
migya wrote:
xbay wrote:Both teams are pretty balanced. I'd say you're second team is weak at SF. I think I like your first team better.



Depends what you think guys like Thornton and Battier are going to do this season. I think both will do quite well, so I think SF is covered pretty good. Got to look for those diamonds among the sand


I'd say Thornton is going to be okay. Nothing big, though. I think this is his peak. He might average a little more at each category once he reaches his prime, but he won't do anything special. They have Griffin, Gordon, Baron, and Kaman... all of whom love to score. So I'd think Thornton will get his touches, but those won't be as much as you'd like.

Battier is up in the air. He'll be asked to do more than he has before, since he's known as a defensive player only. But the signing of Ariza eases his workload. I don't see Battier doing much... just hitting threes when he's open and getting some steals here and there. Nothing big, just average stuff.

Considering it's a 12-team league, you should be able to compete, especially since you covered the other positions.



Well besides Kaman, the guys you mentioned in the Clips are all scorers (not so sure about Griffin either), but Thornton is going into his third season and still has much room for improvement. He is an allround player, one of the reasons I picked him.

As for Battier, I think he'll be the starting SG, in place of TMac, until TMac comes back, or he'll go SF and Ariza will go SG. Either way, there is a big chance he'll at least get back to what he was in previous seasons and that is very allround. Harder to tell with him


It's hard to judge Battier because of what his strengths are and how often he seems to acquire some nagging injury. Still, I expect Aaron Brooks to do more this season.

Posted: Tue Oct 20, 2009 1:25 am
by migya
Actually, I've never played in public leagues before, but I'm in three this year. I had seen in the past few years certain public league and saw some leagues which were just for champions of public leagues from the year before and that interested me, so I'm going to see if I can win in any, if not all, of the public leagues I'm in this year and then make it to a champions league.

Here is other public league rosters:


1. DIDN'T MAKE IT TO THIS DRAFT (as is obvious)
T.J. Ford (Ind - PG)
Kevin Durant (OKC - SG,SF)
Caron Butler (Was - SG,SF)
Stephen Jackson (GS - SG,SF)
Brook Lopez (NJ - PF,C)
Troy Murphy (Ind - PF,C)
Andrea Bargnani (Tor - PF,C)
Brendan Haywood (Was - C)
Eric Gordon (LAC - SG)
Tyrus Thomas (Chi - SF,PF)
Michael Beasley (Mia - SF,PF)
Mike Dunleavy (Ind - SG,SF)
Shane Battier (Hou - SF)

2.
Dwyane Wade (Mia - PG,SG)
Manu Ginobili (SA - SG)
Devin Harris (NJ - PG)
Wilson Chandler (NY - SG,SF)
Tim Duncan (SA - PF,C)
Anthony Randolph (GS - PF)
Andris Biedrins (GS - C)
Brad Miller (Chi - C)
Andre Miller (Por - PG)
Tayshaun Prince (Det - SF,PF)
Ronnie Brewer (Uta - SG,SF)
Antonio McDyess (SA - PF,C)
Kelenna Azubuike (GS - SG,SF)

Posted: Tue Oct 27, 2009 4:46 pm
by metalface
Hey guys this is my first year doing fantasy and I just wanted your feedback on my 3 teams.
First team:
Jose Calderon, Tor PG
Andre Iguodala, Phi SG, SF
Gerald Wallace, Cha SF, PF
Nene, Den PF, C
Dwight Howard, Orl C
Jason Terry, Dal PG, SG
LaMarcus Aldridge, Por PF
Jeff Green, OKC SF, PF
Anthony Randolph, GS SF, PF
Jonny Flynn, Min PG
D.J. Augustin, Cha PG
Lou Williams, Phi PG, SG
Blake Griffin*, LAC PF

2nd team:

Jose Calderon, Tor PG
Leandro Barbosa, Pho SG
Danny Granger, Ind SF
Chris Bosh, Tor PF, C
Andris Biedrins, GS C
Jamal Crawford, Atl PG, SG
Rudy Gay, Mem SF
Al Thornton, LAC SF
Shane Battier, Hou SF
Tyson Chandler, Cha C
Richard Jefferson, SA SF
Brad Miller, Chi C
Aaron Brooks, Hou PG

3rd Team:
Chauncey Billups, Den PG
Eric Gordon, LAC SG
LeBron James, Cle SF
Anthony Randolph, GS SF, PF
Tim Duncan, SA PF, C
Monta Ellis, GS PG, SG
Jeff Green, OKC SF, PF
Jason Richardson, Pho SG, SF
Luol Deng, Chi SF
Greg Oden, Por C
Antawn Jamison*, Was PF
Emeka Okafor, Nor C
Raymond Felton, Cha PG

Thanks

Posted: Tue Oct 27, 2009 8:43 pm
by migya
metalface wrote:Hey guys this is my first year doing fantasy and I just wanted your feedback on my 3 teams.
First team:
Jose Calderon, Tor PG
Andre Iguodala, Phi SG, SF
Gerald Wallace, Cha SF, PF
Nene, Den PF, C
Dwight Howard, Orl C
Jason Terry, Dal PG, SG
LaMarcus Aldridge, Por PF
Jeff Green, OKC SF, PF
Anthony Randolph, GS SF, PF
Jonny Flynn, Min PG
D.J. Augustin, Cha PG
Lou Williams, Phi PG, SG
Blake Griffin*, LAC PF

2nd team:

Jose Calderon, Tor PG
Leandro Barbosa, Pho SG
Danny Granger, Ind SF
Chris Bosh, Tor PF, C
Andris Biedrins, GS C
Jamal Crawford, Atl PG, SG
Rudy Gay, Mem SF
Al Thornton, LAC SF
Shane Battier, Hou SF
Tyson Chandler, Cha C
Richard Jefferson, SA SF
Brad Miller, Chi C
Aaron Brooks, Hou PG

3rd Team:
Chauncey Billups, Den PG
Eric Gordon, LAC SG
LeBron James, Cle SF
Anthony Randolph, GS SF, PF
Tim Duncan, SA PF, C
Monta Ellis, GS PG, SG
Jeff Green, OKC SF, PF
Jason Richardson, Pho SG, SF
Luol Deng, Chi SF
Greg Oden, Por C
Antawn Jamison*, Was PF
Emeka Okafor, Nor C
Raymond Felton, Cha PG

Thanks



Say how many teams in each league. All three teams look very good, with the third one the best

Posted: Tue Oct 27, 2009 10:46 pm
by metalface
My leagues are all 10 teams. Usual categories: pts, rbs, ast, fg#, ft#, 3s made, stls, blks.