Damn Lies Fantasy Hoops Show: Buyin’ or Sellin’?

It’s a Jeff & Greg production on this week’s Damn Lies Fantasy Hoops Show. The two put on their thinking caps and immediately got cases of lice. It’s been a while. On the agenda is discussion of some possible “sell high” and “buy low” targets. The hot starts of Joe Johnson, Marc Gasol, Ricky Rubio, Jose Calderon, DJ Augustin and Mario Chalmers are debated, as well as the poor showings from Joakim Noah, DeMar DeRozan and Luis Scola. If you can get past these two Kobe haters gloating over a LeBron-led Heat win over the Lakers, you’ll find a show chock-full of knowledge. Bug free!



2 responses to “Damn Lies Fantasy Hoops Show: Buyin’ or Sellin’?

  • Johnny

    Unrelated to the content of your podcast; but what’s your take on Curry owners handcuffing NateRob on the bench as insurance?

    Robinson is getting dumped in the majority of leagues. Does it make any statistical/pragmatic sense for Curry’s owners to burn a roster spot in a standard 12 team league with a handcuff? There aren’t many injury prone players with an ADP under 20 that have a discretely viable backup option.

    • Jeff Andriesse

      Johnny – I think its a good idea, yes, but a lot of folks don’t have that luxury. In a 12-team league, when you only have a bench of 3, keeping Robinson only makes sense if you have a games played limit and don’t roll out 15 guys constantly (like in a H2H no limit league). I guess it depends on your format and amount of bench spots. Robinson has also done this before – been viable in spurts, but he is a long-term liability to a team in real life.

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