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  • Biasfan

    Get a job. This needs to be fun not work.

  • Potsmoke

    @sadot88 said...

    s morning so I’m hoping this slate turns things around for me. I aspire to play DFS for a living.

    Good luck man, this will look up eventually! Hope you do great tonight!

  • mcrichar087

    During the World team’s practice, coach Mike Brown had a unit consisting of Dante Exum, Buddy Hield, Dario Saric, Kristaps Porzingis and Nikola Jokic run through a couple of specific plays.

    Once team USA took the floor and coach Jay Larranaga was in the process of dictating offense, D’Angelo Russell, Devin Booker, Brandon Ingram, Marquese Chriss and Karl-Anthony Towns were the five players following his lead.

    (http://www.thebirdwrites.com/2017/2/17/14651200/2017-nba-rising-stars-challenge-starting-lineups-towns-jokic-booker-porzingis-hield-russell)

  • kdsdawg

    who is this years Chris Paul, last year in only 19 minutes off the bench is had this line
    14 points 16 assists 4 REBS for what I am sure was about $5000 looking at this years pricing

  • 7klub06

    @sadot88 said...

    I actually have quite a bit of exposure to him

    I was about to say with him being a rookie and being a top draft pick, he going to put on a show

  • JJourneay33

    @kdsdawg said...

    who is this years Chris Paul, last year in only 19 minutes off the bench is had this line
    14 points 16 assists 4 REBS for what I am sure was about $5000 looking at this years pricing

    Thats fucking easy.

    Isaiah Thomas OBVIOUSLY

  • Jersmith87

    3 from WORLD. 2 starters from the WEST. 2 starters from the EAST. Paul Millsap.

    Not even touching it anymore.

  • jordanh415

    Yeah Isaiah looks like a prime candidate to rack up stats in a short time period!

  • mcrichar087

    Lowry as well

  • kylar18

    How popular do you guys expect Milsap to be?

  • erizos17

    @kylar18 said...

    How popular do you guys expect Milsap to be?

    very

  • draggin49

    Better utility punt? Brogdon or exum?

  • KindGuy

    @kylar18 said...

    How popular do you guys expect Milsap to be?

    Based on this thread 99%

  • roomchat

    This contest is ridiculous. Is there any strategy at all?

  • tarheelsrule44

    Wish I could roster Master P

  • Pandamonious

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    @kylar18 said...

    How popular do you guys expect Milsap to be?

    This may sound dumb, but I don’t think Millsap is the type of guy to excel in an ASG setting. Although it’s a small sample size if you look back at his previous performances they’re leaving a lot to be desired. I think he’s worth the fade.

  • KindGuy

    @Pandamonious said...

    This may sound dumb, but I don’t think Millsap is the type of guy to excel in an ASG setting. Although it’s a small sample size if you look back at his previous performances they’re leaving a lot to be desired. I think he’s worth the fade.

    I’m not playing the slate but this is my exact thinking. For the all-star game you want flashy guys. Players who can handle the ball well or do crazy dunks basically. Millsap isn’t one of those players. I’d also be avoiding Kawhi Leonard, Giannis, and some others.

  • jman3034

    @elementasrat said...

    I’m not playing the slate but this is my exact thinking. For the all-star game you want flashy guys. Players who can handle the ball well or do crazy dunks basically. Millsap isn’t one of those players. I’d also be avoiding Kawhi Leonard, Giannis, and some others.

    I actually like Kawhi in this slate. Think he is gonna go underowned too.

    I feel like a lot of people under estimate him, but my personal opinion I would put him as a top 5 player in the NBA. Dude is raw

  • KindGuy

    @jman3034 said...

    I actually like Kawhi in this slate. Think he is gonna go underowned too.

    I feel like a lot of people under estimate him, but my personal opinion I would put him as a top 5 player in the NBA. Dude is raw

    I totally agree with your second statement. In fact I’d put him as the 3rd best player behind Lebron and Curry.

    But I just can’t see him going crazy. Too introverted I feel like.

  • jman3034

    @elementasrat said...

    I totally agree with your second statement. In fact I’d put him as the 3rd best player behind Lebron and Curry.

    But I just can’t see him going crazy. Too introverted I feel like.

    1. RWB
    2. Lebron
    3. Harden
    4. Leonard
    5. Durant

    Call me biased with RWB haha have always been a huge fan of his.

    But ya I agree with it being to introverted. I actually went more heavy on the US vs World game with the younger guys. Feel like there is more minutes there and more for them to show then the vets

  • IronMonkey415

    Any love for Dante Inferno Exum or is he all for me?

  • NarrowJ

    @Pandamonious said...

    This may sound dumb, but I don’t think Millsap is the type of guy to excel in an ASG setting. Although it’s a small sample size if you look back at his previous performances they’re leaving a lot to be desired. I think he’s worth the fade.

    It doesn’t sound dumb at all, but looking back at his past ASG performances there has always been 3,4 or 5 other bigs on the EAST roster. There’s quite literally nobody else this year. To add to that, the EAST has 4 point guards on their roster. Going to plenty lobs and alley oops going to Millsap, in my opinion, as well as him being the most capable rebounder they have out there. I can see him with a stat line similar to Drummond’s off the bench last year- about 15 points and anywhere between 8 and 12 boards.

  • NarrowJ

    Oh, and loving DeRozan in this setting. He could make about 20 layups/dunks haha.

  • specvspeed03

    My take on this slate is.. ALL-STAR FORWARDS and RISING STARS guards/big men

  • specvspeed03

    I used Millsap as a punt just because the East has no bigs and he may make value just on rebounds and put backs

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