9.12 - Samuel Dalembert (C - Mil)
Upside! Ok, maybe not.
We know what he is at this point, but I don't see why he won't, once again, get 22-24 mpg, with something around 7/7 and 1.7 blocks, without hurting ft%. I did want to shore up blocks here and there aren't a ton of worthy options left for that. The other main guy in consideration to do that was Omer Asik, and while he does have a bit more upside (in rebounds and blocks mainly), I worry about his sub-.500 ft%, which could start to really hurt with increased attempts. If I felt my team's ft% was a bit stronger already I may have taken Omer, but I wasn't comfortable with my team's ft% taking that kind of punch, so Dally it is.
10.1 - J.R. Smith
One way or another, he should be in line for at least mpg in the mid-20s (more is not completely out of the question), and he put up top-70 value in 27mpg in the half of the season he played last year, so I feel comfortable with the production I'm likely to get from grabbing him here outside the top 100. For my team right now, I was hoping to keep addressing 3s and also steals, and J.R. offers some help in both, making him a good fit for what I'm looking for here.