I send Rubio and cousins
I get G Wallace and T Parker
I know its not very good for me but i need my fg% to go up.Heres my team
PG Andre Miller, Den PG Free Agency
SF LeBron James, Mia SF Trade
PF DeMarcus Cousins, Sac PF, C Trade
C Andrew Bynum, LAL C Trade
UTIL Marc Gasol, Mem C Trade
UTIL Al Jefferson, Uta C, PF Trade
UTIL Mike Conley, Mem PG Trade
UTIL Manu Ginobili, SA SG Free Agency
Bench David Lee, GS PF, C Trade
Bench Ricky Rubio, Min PG Trade
Bench Deron Williams, NJ PG Trade
Bench Paul Pierce, Bos SF, SG Trade
Bench Jared Dudley, Pho SF, SG Free Agency
- MuntradamusLv 68 years agoFavorite Answer
Parkers value is dropping with Manu's return. Gerald Wallace has been inconsistent and not a great fantasy player all season.
You would be giving up way too much.
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- That GuyLv 58 years ago
You can afford to let Rubio go, with DWill, Conley and Parker at PG (plus LBJ and Pierce giving you PG-level assists) you'll still be fine. You also lose steals giving up Rubio, but Conley is better than Rubio there and Wallace/Parker will help.
If you want to make a move at FG%, you can't afford to wait much longer or it will be too late. You are probably giving up the most valuable player in Rubio, but Wallace and Parker are both close and right on par with Cousins. It's a fair trade, and I can see the value in it for both teams. It's probably your best chance to make a serious move in FG%, so if that's the primary goal then I say go for it.
- ferdicoLv 43 years ago
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