Anonymous asked in SportsFantasy Sports · 1 decade ago

Which of these PF or C's should I pick up?

I am planning on dropping Sean Williams and picking up one of these guys.

Darko Milicic

Nenad Krstic

Luis Scola

Channing Frye

Kendrick Perkins

Paul Millsap

Robert Swift

Jorge Garbajosa

Shareef Abdur-Rahim

Erick Dampier

Jeff Foster

Kurt Thomas

Chris Webber

DeSagana Diop

Fabricio Oberto

Andray Blatche

Al Thornton

Chuck Hayes

Eduardo Najera


Carl Landry is also available.

5 Answers

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    Sean Williams isnt doing too bad, but three on that list stand out to me.

    1. Kurt THomas - now a spur and expected good playing time, should get you good boards and some points.

    2. Jeff Foster - averagin over 8 rpg, but scores about 6 ppg, questionable if it wil continue, i say he's second option.

    3. Kendrick Perkins - has a good-sized role to start at center and produce for the star-studded celtics, and he somewaht has...not as good boards as the others, but ppg has been a little better than expected.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Well, I would definetely take either Jeff Foster or Kurt Thomas. Both players have been rebounding great and have gotten lots of playing time. I'd take Thomas first because he can also get a steal/block per game without committing any turnovers.

    If you need some scoring, I'd take Thornton while he's hot. I'd also keep my eye on Krstic. He's now the starter, but he hasn't gotten much playing time. He will probably be the best statistically out of all the guys here. I'd keep him on your watch list.

    Hope I helped!

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  • 1 decade ago

    easy answer kurt thomas a good fit 10 to 12 points a nite with 8 rebs

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  • 1 decade ago

    Kurt Thomas.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Al Thornton

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