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  • Pandamonious

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  • Yukerboy

    • Blogger of the Month

    @nerman said...

    This. I’m hating the SF on FD

    If you guys are seriously taking LeBron at just a 10% clip, then I love SF on FD and will have a ton of him as a high ceiling, high leverage play.
    R.J. Barrett is one I really like.
    Of course, David Nwaba is in play.
    Hachimura is so limited in his ceiling, but not THAT limited. Another high leverage play.
    Finally, did people forget double digit 3s from Gallinari? Not saying he gets there, but he is definitely a low owned high ceiling option.

  • Theguy49503

    PJ Washington going overlooked, he would benefit with Zellar out and Bismo just being bad at basketball right?

  • captainwacky

    @Theguy49503 said...

    PJ Washington going overlooked, he would benefit with Zellar out and Bismo just being bad at basketball right?

    I’m not entirely sure he’s going to be overlooked; I haven’t made a lineup without him yet and he should be pretty chalky.

  • Golfnut04240

    Lineup HQ loves Biyombo. There’s no guarantee he even starts.

  • mbunner23

    @Theguy49503 said...

    PJ Washington going overlooked, he would benefit with Zellar out and Bismo just being bad at basketball right?

    Yes, but I can’t find a Charlotte Hornet I don’t like after Rozier.

  • UGAdude

    @Yukerboy said...

    If you guys are seriously taking LeBron at just a 10% clip, then I love SF on FD and will have a ton of him as a high ceiling, high leverage play.
    R.J. Barrett is one I really like.
    Of course, David Nwaba is in play.
    Hachimura is so limited in his ceiling, but not THAT limited. Another high leverage play.
    Finally, did people forget double digit 3s from Gallinari? Not saying he gets there, but he is definitely a low owned high ceiling option.

    Nwaba burned me bad last time, but he has gone for 40+ fantasy points in 2 of his last 5 games. For $4,600 he might be worth a shot. Gallo is tempting.

  • billythekidcowboysheat

    Slate breaker

    You’ve been warned.

  • Brendan240

    After cashing three nights in a row, yesterday was a disappointment. About an hour before lock I found out my girlfriend is already married and I couldn’t focus.

  • captainwacky

    @Brendan240 said...

    After cashing three nights in a row, yesterday was a disappointment. About an hour before lock I found out my girlfriend is already married and I couldn’t focus.

    Man, that sucks about not cashing.

  • theIrrigator

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    @Golfnut04240 said...

    Lineup HQ loves Biyombo. There’s no guarantee he even starts.

    I think he starts

  • theIrrigator

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    I like both centers in that game

  • Yukerboy

    • Blogger of the Month

    @captainwacky said...

    Man, that sucks about not cashing.

  • feekdogg

    Oh good. The forum has “bits” now.

  • captainwacky

    Biyombo is probably starting; I think he’s pretty reasonable on DK with 2 centers, 2×2 bonus, and their need to play big. Not a must; there’s a ton of great value today.

  • Helpabrotherout

    Should hero see 30+ mins?

  • captainwacky

    @feekdogg said...

    Oh good. The forum has “bits” now.

    I apologize for feeding the troll; it was too easy though.

  • Yukerboy

    • Blogger of the Month

    @Golfnut04240 said...

    Lineup HQ loves Biyombo. There’s no guarantee he even starts.

    I think the obvious move is Biyombo starts and PJ goes to Bagley, but then it is Borrega.
    If Biyombo does not start, there’s a chance he’s looking at a max of 12 minutes. It’s not like the Kings are going to run a backup center.

  • Yukerboy

    • Blogger of the Month

    @Helpabrotherout said...

    Should hero see 30+ mins?

    Yes. My God yes.

  • mbunner23

    I think BB has to start to matchup with Holmes.

  • captainwacky

    @Yukerboy said...

    Yes. My God yes.

    I mean, 30 seems like a pretty conservative but reasonable number. Why would they push him in his first game back?

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  • mbunner23

    Bam has to smash right?

  • Theguy49503

    Last question lol, is this a night where leaving money on the table might not be a bad idea? I think I have some great lineups but have left over cash

  • Theguy49503

    @mbunner23 said...

    Bam has to smash right?

    I would think so

  • Yukerboy

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    @captainwacky said...

    I mean, 30 seems like a pretty conservative but reasonable number. Why would they push him in his first game back?

    I’m not sure they would have, but Butler’s out.
    When Herro returned from an 8 game absence earlier in the year, Butler was out and Herro played over 31 minutes.
    To be fair, Dragic was out that game too, but Gabe Vincent played 25 which is about where I expect Dragic to be tonight.

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