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Postby RedHopeful » Fri Sep 06, 2013 2:11 am

16.05 Arnett Moultrie (PF - PHI)

Another young big who was buried by Doug Collins. Don't expect him to explode like Vucevic, but he can do some stuff. Considering the 76ers lack of talent, he should get decent run and help deep teams with rebounding and FG%.
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Postby DamnLies » Fri Sep 06, 2013 2:35 am

16.06 Terrence Jones (F - HOU)

I like Jones as a multi-positional glue guy off the bench for Houston, especially with the Rockets being a little uncertain at PF. Jones has shown flashes, including a strong summer league showing this year, so hopefully he can get in the rotation and play enough to start flashing some decent fantasy stats. He has plus potential in the blocks and steals categories.
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Re: Draft Room

Postby dcdoorknob » Fri Sep 06, 2013 3:32 am

16.07 - Jermaine O'neal.

He was surprisingly useful for stretches last year, and is playing behind perhaps the league's most injury prone starter In Golden State. Sounds like decent roto-bench material to me.
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Re: Draft Room

Postby silentjim » Fri Sep 06, 2013 3:46 am

16.08 Channing Frye

Seems like as good of a last pick as anyone.
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Postby geodbear » Fri Sep 06, 2013 4:25 am

16.10 Dorrell Wright (GF - POR)

Once upon a time, for a year, he was a big time sleeper under Nellie-ball. Since then, he's been a serviceable fantasy utility/bench player. Nothing special about picking him here. Not a lot of upside unless Batum gets injured, but he should outperform being drafted at the 188th pick.

I had already drafted a couple of rookies with Cody Zeller and Michael Carter-Williams, and big time risk-reward in Greg Oden, so I felt like I should throw in a value pick. If I was still taking rookies and chances, I probably would have gone here with Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. This would've completed a duo of hyphenated last name rookies. In case no else take KCP to finish the draft, I thought I would throw his name out for deep league consideration. He might start in Detroit and if you can stomach likely poor fg%, he should get some points, steals, and decent boards for an end of roster guard.
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Re: Draft Room

Postby jay_00 » Sat Sep 07, 2013 2:53 am

16.09 Byron Mullens (F-C - CHA)

Sorry about the wait, totally forgot this was still going. I dont really know who else to conisder at this point, so i took Mullens.
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Re: Draft Room

Postby Fenris-77 » Sat Sep 07, 2013 6:57 am

16.10 Randy Foye (G - DEN)

I'm taking Foye here just on the off chance he manages to corral a starting gig over Fournier. If he does he's great value, and if he doesn't he's an easy drop.
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Re: Draft Room

Postby plonden » Sat Sep 07, 2013 7:40 am

16.12 Omer Asik (FC - HOU) (aka Mr. Irrelevant)

Since we're throwing darts... Honestly, I think Asik and Howard are a terrible fit together. If McHale can't make it work, Morey will almost certainly flip Asik for a more complimentary piece, like a Ryan Anderson type (Lin-Harden-Parsons-Anderson-Howard). Since this is a rotisserie league, I can sit on Asik a little while before cutting bait. And since this is the 192nd pick, I wouldn't hesitate to move on if there is a decent option on the wire.
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