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post #61 of 339
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Originally Posted by Blog Marley View Post

Rumor is Rose might not even come back this year. I wouldn't have drafted him that early...

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post #62 of 339
Varejao 9/23/9 with 2blks, still want to trade him Steve?
post #63 of 339
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Originally Posted by Blog Marley View Post

Rumor is Rose might not even come back this year. I wouldn't have drafted him that early...

I dropped him.

Gonna take a chance on rookie Dion Waiters, 4th pick in the NBA draft. Started for Cle last night, put up good numbers.
post #64 of 339
Was going to pick him up but the way out roster/bench is set up, I didn't feel like wasting my waiver spot on him.
post #65 of 339
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Originally Posted by RFX45 View Post

Was going to pick him up but the way out roster/bench is set up, I didn't feel like wasting my waiver spot on him.

Rose or Waiters?
post #66 of 339
Waiters.

I was literally on the submit page but then noticed that the players in the FA list ware considered waivers and I actually like my 4th spot in the waivers.
post #67 of 339
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Originally Posted by RFX45 View Post

Waiters.
I was literally on the submit page but then noticed that the players in the FA list ware considered waivers and I actually like my 4th spot in the waivers.

Help me out here. I thought waivers was for players released from another team. Waiters wasnt on another team, why does waivers matter in this case?

and who are you in the league? You didnt match your name
post #68 of 339
Because it's the beginning of the season and all players that wasn't drafted are considered on the waivers until the 31st. It should say it on the players list that is on waivers with a date on parenthesis on when they will be back on the FA list.
post #69 of 339
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Originally Posted by RFX45 View Post

Because it's the beginning of the season and all players that wasn't drafted are considered on the waivers until the 31st. It should say it on the players list that is on waivers with a date on parenthesis on when they will be back on the FA list.

Ah, I see

And who are you in the league, you didnt match your name?
post #70 of 339
Name is SCRUBS, been using that for 3-4 years now so I might change it up this year.
post #71 of 339
ohhh shiit. scrubs i'm coming for you
post #72 of 339
Ugh, I know. I had no players play yesterday and no players playing tomorrow either.
post #73 of 339
i counted how many more of my players play than yours and the first day is the only advantage i have (3 more plays). i have to survive somehow until december when hopefully kevin love and rubio come back.
post #74 of 339
I thought the waivers rule was dumb this year (since the draft was so close to the start of the season), I could have made a move before this week technically started.
post #75 of 339
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Originally Posted by Blog Marley View Post

I thought the waivers rule was dumb this year (since the draft was so close to the start of the season), I could have made a move before this week technically started.

It's not a rule this year iirc. I think the first 3 days after the draft always has a waiver to the undrafted, consider it a fine or penalty for drafting the wrong or terrible player.

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i counted how many more of my players play than yours and the first day is the only advantage i have (3 more plays).

Sometimes that is enough, it's hard to recover from being down so early. It would have been ok if Pau didn't do so well and Chalmers actually making assists.

Ugh my players starting off terrible tonight too.
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