Discussion in 'Fantasy Sports Central' started by webz, Oct 2, 2009.
I gotta climb out of 8th. If you had Felton, the tables would probably be turned...
i doubt it. My big 3: gasol, gortat and monroe have trended down big time.
The Squirrels would like to pay thanks to the Scadinavian snow god Ullr for the storm that cancelled that game in Chicago last week.
Beating the Wombats 5-4 is better than losing to those guys 4-5.
there should be a makeup and espn will adjust its score.
Don't they usually count makeup games toward the score of the week that they are ultimately played?
I think I remember this happening to me in Novice league (Yahoo) a couple years ago.
I'm playing the Winless Bandits this week.
They seem to be a rudderless ship (they DID beat us 5-4 in week 1).
Is Winless still in this thing?
I noticed that he hasn't had any trasactions this season and he has an open roster spot on his team. If I had an open roster spot, I'd at least sign Ricky Davis. Do we need to look into an ownership change? I know that CJ had showed some interest earlier in the year.
Maybe Winless is going all laissez-faire with his Banditos and the plan will pay off in the end but it seems to me that this might be a case where life has interfered with fantasy basketball (which is totally cool and I get it).
(My Squirrels will probably lose 3-6 to those guys this week!)
Anybody know how to see what your bench is doing week-to-date? On the Scoreboard / Full Box page you can show the bench, but the option disappears when you view the total for the week. You can see the bench production for a single day, but not as far as I can tell for the week to date.
What's the point of having a bench if you can't look at them three days in and beat yourself up for starting the wrong guys?
This is pretty cool:
The Pistons average the 2nd most points from the bench over the last 10 games:
1. Toronto 51.6 ppg
2. Detroit 46.0 ppg
You can choose all kind of splits.
I don't know of a cumulative way of looking at this but you can click on a given player and look at his "recent games".
Doing this usually gives you enough information to second guess yourself for starting the wrong guys.
If I'm second guessing myself, I want to be specific. I can't get angsty enough about last seven. I need to know that I would have won category x if I had only started player y instead of player z.
It seems like a pretty obvious feature to me. I'm surprised there isn't a week-end report that tells you how much better you could have done if you had only played a different set of guys.
I just posted above a way of doing this.
For an NBA team, yes, but they don't seem to do it for the Cogs.
they would if you just drafted all of your fantasy team from the same NBA team...
Just to be sure...
A young keeper is someone with either one or two seasons under their belts, right? So a player is eligible for YK for next season if that will be his third season. Like Faried.
Just want to make sure I shouldn't be looking at some kind of trade here.
iirc, you can keep after the end of their first OR second season.
So if this is Faried's second season, you can keep him as your YK.
Does anyone know when the Trade Deadline for this league is?
Separate names with a comma.