1.) There is no limit on games for these players.
2.) No that I am aware of. Best bet is to sit down once a week and fill out your lineup for the week to come. Then you don't have to worry about it other than tweaks.
Good first day for me Boston beat Miami and KMart and Yao played pretty well. Winning my match-up, for now 7-2.
Nice pick-up Apollo, Daye is gonna get you at least a few points, I'm hoping Fernandez get's me threes and steals...
Btw, one more question. Is the final weekly score ALL the stats added together? Like is it going to be out of 9 stats or everyday adding on? Do I make sense?
So let's say now I'm 7-2. Tonight, I win 3 categories, and lose 6. Does my score go to 10-8 or does it add up and who has more of a stat gets a win for that?
Your stats are added up for the entire week and then your official record is determined at the end of the week. Your wins, losses and ties for a week will always add up to be 9 for an individual week. You record will typically change multiple times before the week ends.
Last edited by Apollo; Wed Oct 27th, 2010 at 07:57 AM.
Thanks Apollo, so really, you can't know if you win until the end of the week.
Yeah, I don't understand why they are starting Daye. I know they are rebuilding and Daye is young and promising. But they should really try and improve Villanueva's stock, cause he has a long and expensive contract which is untradable, and if he doesn't play, it will be there until it expires. Other thing, if they are starting Daye, they better be starting Monroe. Cause he could become a great center. Imagine if Jerbeko wasn't injured, their line-up would be young and decent. Stuckey-Gordon-Prince-Jerbeko-Monroe with Daye and Bynum off the bench. And Wallace and Hamilton bringing in experience. Too bad they are pretty bad this year, I don't see them ahead of us... I feel bad for 'em, they used to be the best team. I remember Billups, Hamilton, Prince, Sheed and Big Ben. Best starting line-up ever. I still have my inflatable Big Ben!
You have Kobe right? I think his stats are going to drop this year, Phil said he'd be playing a lot less....
Big Baby has to contend with The O'Neals and KG. I'm not sure he's going to get consistent enough burn to be a fantasy impact player for the season as a whole. Blake is underrated but he is in a time share with Fisher. This one I'm also not sure if there's enough PT for Blake to be an impact guy but if Fisher goes down, look out.
I think Blake is a solid pickup, Fisher's minutes will be limited more during the season to keep him fresh, and Blake will get you 3s and a few assists as the distributor of the second unit.
Downside to finishing the draft early is there's not many players I'd want to drop at this point in the season. Maybe Harden though if Thabo keeps getting the lion's share of minutes.
Monta Ellis 46 PT 18-24 FG 9-12 FT 1-2 3P 3/0 RB 2 AS 0 BL 2 ST 1 TO 4 PF 39 MN (Final, Rockets)
Stephen Curry 25 PT 9-16 FG 4-4 FT 3-6 3P 2/1 RB 11 AS 1 BL 0 ST 5 TO 4 PF 39 MN (Final, Rockets)
Great picks by me
Note: Ellis tied career high, had he not missed 3 late FGs he would of broke the record easily.
Just want to put this out there, you guys mocked me, you guys undermined me, but Jeff Adrien played a full half minute last night. And he grabbed an entire rebound. So who's laughing now Motha******s
Yeah and restrictions increase the level of skill needed to win. Four moves a week is a lot anyway. I don't think most people will be negatively affected by it.
You all should be thankful that I didn't sneak in limitations on how many times a player can be used in the regular season.
Last edited by Apollo; Thu Oct 28th, 2010 at 03:20 PM.
Hey, when you change your roster, is there time for it to actually set? Or do you have to do it a certain amount of time before? Cause I'm in a different time zone so I don't know?
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