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» Thu Dec 09, 2010 3:23 pm
The Coooach wrote:
Beast Mode wrote:i smell collusion


No collute. Grant Hill has got hot and that's what he see's.. I'm banking on the old man to break down :mrgreen: I hope not though, because I like Grant Hill. I just needed to shake-up my team. I have been injured up the wahzoo. I need healthy bodies that are going to play large minutes. Johnson and Mayo give me that. Plus they are both young.


Cooooach, I don't appreciate the beating your team is giving me so far this week. What happened to the Coooach I used to verse, who would always fold like a bad poker hand, allowing to ease to a 6-3 or 7-2 victory? I miss those days...

Anyway, Fine, I also find it extremely annoying when people don't respond to trade offers. In one of my other leagues, I offered Billups/Pierce/Nowitzki for Paul/Stoudemire. I can't see the guy accepting, but hurry up and decline already!

Also, everyone on my team is on the block. If you see someone you like, make me an offer.

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» Thu Dec 09, 2010 3:49 pm
I fine that most people do not like to trade in any fantasy league. Baseball is the mostly likely place to get into the trade game because of pitchers and the numerous categories. I just wish we could have and injured reserve list like in baseball leagues. In this league, if your star players get hurt you can't replace them while they mend. Having Brooks and Roy hurt right off the bat put me behind the 8-ball big time. I actually have a pretty good team (when healthy). I hate that term.
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» Thu Dec 09, 2010 10:34 pm
goddamnit i keep forgetting to set line ups **** is costing me

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» Fri Dec 10, 2010 10:38 am
Beast Mode wrote:goddamnit i keep forgetting to set line ups **** is costing me


Why don't you set it a week at a time lke most people ](*,)

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» Sun Dec 12, 2010 10:39 pm
Consider this my official jinx & hopeful counter-jinx:

I'm very surprised my team has performed as well as they have this season. I did not expect to have drafted 8 guys that were going to be in the top 50 rankings at this point of the year (going to be 9 soon if Wes Matthews keeps it up), and those 8/9 guys have carried my team all season.

With that said, my team has had a fairly easy schedule so far. I've only faced two teams that are currently "playoff teams", and my combined record against them is 8-9-1. So I've definitely been beating up on the lower teams and that should serve as a caution when you all come here to praise me.

I'm expecting hard times ahead for my team but I'm glad that I've been able to build up a slight buffer to help ease my eventual collapse. The goal for the season remains the same: be a top 6 team.

Good day.
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» Mon Dec 13, 2010 6:37 am
Both leagues are interesting and this league seems closer. Still too early to tell anything

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» Mon Dec 13, 2010 11:09 am
My team is till trying to recover from injuries (Roy, Brooks, Splitter) and under-acheivers (Jamison, Cousins, Bryant). I expect a much better 2nd half. Fortunately for me is that the bottom half of the league is just sitting their waiting for me. I'm still looking at making the playoffs.
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» Sun Dec 19, 2010 2:37 am
oh man, injuries have hurt my team. Kaman, J. Johnson, Rondo, Noah and , Milicic.
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» Sun Dec 19, 2010 4:45 am
My teams been pretty weak all year but things are looking up:

traded a oft injured Steph for Monta
Brandon Bass minutes are expected to jump drastically due to being the other banger in the post Orlando has
Nick Young was ballin against Miami, getting 45 mins of run. After the game coach said Nicks minutes are going to increase and he's gonna get more looks ... especially with Arenas gone.
Wall is getting healthy
Marcus Thornton is looking like the player people expected him to be



Hoping Jerryd Bayless can get that starting PG spot in Toronto .. also added Nate for the duration Rondos out.

Still, open to trading for a big ... I want Blake Griffin damnit
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» Tue Dec 21, 2010 3:12 am
Injuries have always played a part in these leagues. The recent trade could change things also so that'll be interesting. I'm going along quite nicely and approaching the top few
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» Tue Dec 21, 2010 12:17 pm
BodyGuard, I want Raymond Felton.
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» Wed Dec 22, 2010 6:28 pm
I think I'm gonna keep him. Especially with Rondo out.

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» Wed Dec 22, 2010 9:35 pm
Look like you guys gave up on old Rip Hamilton to soon. :mrgreen:
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» Tue Dec 28, 2010 6:02 am
Fine running away with this it looks and he was not confident starting out. The rest after that are not separated by much
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» Tue Dec 28, 2010 11:35 am
Fine and Zshook.
Everyone else.
Coach.

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