With CP3 and Dwight, I can say that I have the best PG and C playing to date. However, although CP3 has no negatives to his game and Dwight is able to compliment CP3's one deficiency, blocks... CP3 doesn't quite make up for Dwight's FT%. This is where Kevin Martin comes in. With Kevin, I have the 2nd highest volume FT shooter from last season, at a 86.7 clip. Unfortunately, with Dwight, I have the highest volume FT shooter from last season, at a 59.4 clip. With that said, by having Kevin Martin, CP3, and Bargnani all shooting over 80%, I currently have a team that shoots 75%. That doesn't get me anywhere close to the middle of the pack, but it does allow me to not necessarily have to punt FT% all together. I will just have to wait and see if the draft allows me to try to make up for Dwight's poor FT%. I can always pray that he decides to up his FT% to 65%, which would help me out so much.
I love this team as much as I did last season. I love the core and still feel like it offers great balance across the board. I see Amare returning to the Amare of old as long as his eye situation is all resolved. Josh Smith had a huge dip in blocks last season and if he is able to up those numbers back to those of old, Mimicker7 will be sitting pretty. I think the biggest if on his roster is Redd... but I understand that keeping Redd provides the deficiency in threes that he has with his other players. Love ROY... just didn't like the Miller acquisition.
Age/Injury are the two words that comes to mind for this team. I think that since we are a keeper league, I feel like this may be the year that TheJordanRulz will look to draft young and possibly trade some of his core for younger players with high upside. Not sure how KG will turn out in regards to production this season. I love what I have heard out of Caron and I feel like this is going to be the season where he will end up finishing out the season with no games missed. Duncan is always a solid contributor and JJ is missed on my team...
Age/Injury are again the two words that comes to mind for this team. However, age for a different reason since this is a very young core. I would be a little wary of having Baron, Devin, and Al Jeff. Baron and Devin can't seem to stay on the court long enough without having some sort of injury and it may take some time for Al Jeff to return to form . Nevertheless, if all these players are able to put a full season together and both Baron and Al Jeff return to their elite form... watch out.
Nene came in after one season and took his team close to the brink of taking home the crown. I love his keepers. Like Mimicker's core, I find it to be a very balanced group. With that said, will Danny Granger and his knees hold up this season. Has Rondo really taken the next step [I believe he has]. Does Okafor help or hurt West and his production. LaMarcus, although efficient, I wonder what a full season with a healthy and hopefully more experienced Oden will do for his numbers. With that said, love this young team.
Just a monstrous keeper core. Even with no centers to account for yet, Sal is not weak in big man stats dues to all his guards contributing in the rebounding and block category. Already picked to lead the league in points and possible to's, I am just intrigued to see who Saldogg ends up picking to match up with his core.