moochieh wrote:In my league, you'd be crazy to trade Ellis, but in this case, his 3% is so bad that you must do this. Basketballmonster rankings with your categories show that Ellis is 14th round value and Turner is 5th.
Some other players that jump up in your league specific ranks are Kidd, Anderson, Richardson, Ray Allen
I would stick with Ellis here. I think you could get more for ellis than evan turner. Ellis is not shooting the ball great but he is a prolific scorer and Turner is a terrible shooter. He gets you more boards but I don't trust yet his consistency
melotime wrote:3pt% heavily detracts from Ellis's value but I don't consider that a make or break stat
If I were you, what I'd do is plug the team analysis into basketballmonster.com. Is your team strong, weak, or average in 3%? I really don't know. Ellis is weak. Always will be. That much we know.
From there, try to figure out if by losing Ellis, your team overall in a H2H strategy benefits, or not. Which categories will improve, which will be worse as compared to where you are strong and weak today. If you go from 5 strong categories up to 7 by doing the trade, it's probably worth it. If you're dropping from 7 or 8 strong categories down to 6, it's probably not.
Ellis likely has more perceived value than that of receiving Turner for him. But that may or may not mean anything depending upon how much it ends up helping your team overall. Maybe there's no impact at all. Maybe you just go from being weak in one cat to weak in another. In which case, there's probably not much point to trading Ellis' for Turner.