I know he has been garbage most of his career, but still shows flashes of talent and potential on any given night. Don't bash me too hard because nobody's even thought about starting a basketball thread since training camp started, but could Beasley help out the Bobcats? He was released yesterday from the Suns.-
I think he would be a great backup PF if he could stay out of trouble.
I've been in a keeper league for a few years (2 keepers each year)
Standard scoring format (4 pt passing TD's, 6 pt other TD's)
I haven't really had any issues picking keepers until this season... but let me know your thoughts between the 3:
As of right now, I think I am going to keep the RB's and draft a QB or WR (8th pick in the draft). Looking for a convincing argument on why I should keep Rogers since I believe there are more serviceable QB's to pick up than RB's.
I have updated our salary cap spreadsheet after finalizing Hendo's contract this weekend. Appears we will have roughly $16-17 million dollars next off-season to replace Ben Gordon, Ramon Sessions, & Jeff Adrien who I would assume we do not resign as free agents when their contract expires.
Leaving us with 1 PG (Kemba), 2 SG's (Taylor & Henderson), & 1 SF (MKG) in the backcourt going into a deep free agent off-season and a highly acclaimed rookie draft class.
A scoring SF should be at the top of our priority list either in a trade this season or in next year's off-season (via draft or free agency). Cho has kept our salary cap flexible which will allow us to choose to get serviceable depth or go for another high priced free agent next off-season and add scraps around the core. Cho should be commended for all he has done and I am excited to see the next big move we make.
I think there is enough potential on the team now to make Charlotte an appealing destination, we just need to prove it next season by fighting for a playoff spot & potentially stealing one. I don't see tanking in this teams plans for next season.