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0 Subject: Gurupie 20: 2017-18 Regular Season Discussion

Posted by: RecycledSpinalFluid
- [5411522221] Wed, Oct 18, 2017, 21:53

The season is here! Good luck all. I'm aiming for that 4th place trophy!
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39Species
      SuperDude
      ID: 07724916
      Tue, Nov 28, 2017, 19:28
37: I do agree that this trade is difficult to understand.

I can see that Barton could be emerging into a solid young player, however some of his time is due to the injury of others, leaving his mini-breakout up for debate. But IMO there is no way that he is the equal of Oladipo.

I think Greg Monroe is an obvious misfit in today's NBA. While he can be productive in Fantasy and has a place somewhere, in the real NBA he is often a liability so IMO he is not someone to target at all in keeper leagues. He has a place on teams for sure, but his move to PHO is not some precursor to a return to 30 mpg type playing time.

Oladipo has thrived and has turned into a stud. High %s, 23 ppg, 5 boards, nearly 4 ast, 2.5 threes PLUS over a steal and block a game.

MAYBE you can suggest Barton and Monroe could equal him.......but to add Ryan Anderson (admittedly a flawed player but 3 threes and some boards with decent FG and strong FT) to it doesn't add up to me.
40Perm Dude
      ID: 471057309
      Thu, Nov 30, 2017, 10:58
Sorry I didn't see this discussion previously. I actually came by to ask a question (that I'll ask separately, below).

Essentially, I feel like I am selling Oladipo high. He's having a career year, but his stats as *so* much higher than his career averages I feel he's going to drop down to earth soon. He's been on my team since 2014 and he's been a steady source of treys, steals, and some points. But he's inflated this year, a lot, and it is time to move him.

Anderson, of course, is a three-point specialist, which I really don't need. I need the rebounding help of a Monroe (also, because Whiteside is my only Center-eligible player).

Nene is a throw-in.

Barton has some upside to him and I think he's in a system which will give him a lot of lead.

Johnson, similarly, is on a team where he's going to put up a lot of numbers going forward.
41Perm Dude
      ID: 471057309
      Thu, Nov 30, 2017, 11:03
Maybe this has been discussed before but I've never seen it.

I've been poking around about the right ratio between points and rebounds. In the past I've probably overemphasized points as the most flashy of the stats which not emphasizing rebounds enough.

Looking at some historical data, it looks as if those who finish near the top might have a ration of about 30-35% for rebounds to points, meaning that all other things being equal a guy pulling down 8-9 rebounds/game is about as valuable in the rebounding category as a guy knocking down 25 pts/game.

[putting aside associated stats--the shooter is likely to get better FT% while the rebounder is likely to get better FG%, etc]

I'm curious is other managers also find some stats to be ones they tend to value more, and if this is reflected in drafting and waiver pickups.
42Perm Dude
      ID: 471057309
      Thu, Nov 30, 2017, 11:08
I'd been thinking about the above question for some time, but it was more focused after seeing Kyle O'Quinn's stat line of last night: 4/4 from the field, 1/1 from the line with 7 rebounds an assist and a steal.

That's a stat line I'll take from a F position any day of the week, despite only getting 9 points.
43Bean
      ID: 304422310
      Mon, Dec 04, 2017, 22:38
E'twaun Moore making me look like a genius. 18, 19, 27 pts in three games since i picked him up.
44Tosh
      Dude
      ID: 057721710
      Tue, Dec 05, 2017, 17:47
7 weeks into the season ... How am I in first place?? I didn't have great keepers. I didn't get any steals in the draft. My first round pick was useless. I have three Atlanta Hawks. My players (except Love) are not playing above their heads.

Great keeper - Towns
Good keepers - DeRozan, Schroder, Love
Iffy keeper - Saric
Shouldn't have been a keeper - Aminu

1st Round pick (Lin) - Lost for season on Game 1

My starting 8 ... Using current ESPN rankings for season-to-date --
Towns - 6th
Love - 11th
DeRozan - 53rd
Schroder - 56th
Bazemore - 76th (Pick 2.11)
Saric - 85th
Green - 100th (Pick 5.11)
Randolph - 102nd (Pick 3.11)

I must be in first place just because of 'Games Played' ... Where I'm currently in 2nd. I expect that RSF, Species, TTU, and Stanforders all pass me by the end of the month.
45ttucowboy
      ID: 8550318
      Tue, Dec 05, 2017, 18:37
I get CP3 back for several games and now Steph will miss at least a couple of weeks. Whyyyyy. Grrrrrr. On a serious note, I'm surprised it's only a couple of weeks. That was a nasty ankle roll.
46RecycledSpinalFluid
      ID: 18150916
      Wed, Dec 06, 2017, 18:40
Curry's ankle looked like it did a complete 90 degree angle.
47Bean
      ID: 304422310
      Fri, Dec 08, 2017, 23:59
I can honestly say, I never thought I would sniff first place with my team. And, I don't even have the highest GP.

Gonna enjoy it while it lasts.
48RecycledSpinalFluid
      ID: 5352110
      Sun, Dec 10, 2017, 13:13
I'm enjoying that there are so many (10+?) legitimate competitive teams playing, not just a handful.
49RecycledSpinalFluid
      ID: 5352110
      Thu, Dec 14, 2017, 00:42
Some day I will have all 6 of my keepers healthy at the same time...maybe.
50Bmd
      ID: 825715
      Thu, Dec 14, 2017, 22:45
3 of my 6 keepers are out(2 since the start of the season). My 3 first round picks are all out. All guys under 24. Since my team is obviously not competing it's not a bad thing. It's just not fun shuffling crappy guards just so I can meet the minimum games played. Also doesn't help that in always end up missing 1-2 starts a week because I forget to reshuffle my lineup. End rant
51Bean
      ID: 304422310
      Fri, Dec 15, 2017, 09:35
Reshuffling your lineup is the definition of staying active in the league. If you are not doing it, you aren't really even playing the game.
52beastiemiked
      ID: 481162721
      Fri, Dec 15, 2017, 23:35
I've been doing it. I've missed a handful of games since I sometimes forget or incorrectly think I set my lineup and in reality I didn't. I have 30 more transactions than anyone else so I don't think you could say I'm not really playing the game.
53GO
      ID: 565491620
      Sat, Dec 16, 2017, 00:06
Sure would be nice if ESPN added the one-click "start all active players" button like Yahoo.
54ttucowboy
      ID: 8550318
      Sat, Dec 16, 2017, 01:44
CP3 is good at basketball. Get well soon Steph!

I also echo what RSF said in post 48. It's great to see so many teams competing. Should be fun the rest of the way.
55RecycledSpinalFluid
      ID: 5411522221
      Sat, Dec 16, 2017, 14:55
I've been from first to worst back to first. There are periods in that whole phase where I'll forget to make some moves. Shit happens.

I think the bottom five (from experience) offers another type of competition. Fantasy players have been doing "The Process" long before Sam Hinkie. I enjoyed being terrible. Dealing mediocre players for 1st rounders...hell yes. Tanking for better picks...oh...I never would do that...(no need to look back on that...) Rotating through the ass end of the player list, looking for the next guy you can flip (or keep). I remember having and holding Mirotic when he was still a year away from the league. I also remember drafting Des Mason over Dwight Howard, although I'm not sure that was a bad move, as his FT% kill most roster builds.
56Bmd
      ID: 825715
      Sat, Dec 16, 2017, 21:55
GO, that feature would be so nice.
57Meatwads
      ID: 5863742
      Tue, Dec 19, 2017, 13:14
I know I'm late to this discussion, but I want to throw in my two cents.

Perm Dude said, "Essentially, I feel like I am selling Oladipo high"

I want to make something clear. You are well within your rights to trade anyone you want. But there are 18 other managers in the league who could've matched or significantly beat the offer you accepted. Oladipo is 25 years old, entering his prime, as a former #2 overall selection who is currently among the top 10 players in the league right now. If you were selling high on him you would've gotten a much better package. YOU DIDN'T EVEN LET THE LEAGUE KNOW HE WAS AVAILABLE. It's truly mind-boggling.

As far as I'm concerned, you traded your best player for replacement level players. Now Oladipo will remain on his new roster for the next 5-7 years and you'll be left with a 6th man (Barton) and a big man (Monroe) with little to no chance of becoming significantly valuable again. I truly believe this trade takes you out of contention for the foreseeable future. For your sake, let's hope I'm as bad at breaking down trades as I am at rebuilding.
58 Species
      SuperDude
      ID: 07724916
      Mon, Jan 08, 2018, 17:19
I need to announce that I will be stepping down as Commissioner of this league at the end of the season.

This league has not flourished as baseball has due to (in my opinion) my overall lack of leadership/pushing/prodding/etc and the league deserves better. While I enjoy G20 Hoops, I do not have the same passion for it that I do baseball, and I am done doing it half-assed.

I reached out to a few managers last year to see if any had interest in replacing me. The responses were basically a combination of "Not it!" and "Good luck". So, I have to do it the hard way and just throw it out there that I will not return to the duties, and if the league wants to continue that someone else will need to step up.

Please contact me directly to discuss. Thanks.
59GO
      ID: 565491620
      Tue, Jan 09, 2018, 22:20
Well thats no good. Not the leader I was hoping would be out of power in 2018.
60GO
      ID: 13471611
      Fri, Jan 12, 2018, 14:43
TRADE Blake Griffin + GO worst 1ST round pick to WG for Gordon Hayward. GO must keep at least that one 1st round pick so it can be conveyed at draft.
61WG
      Donor
      ID: 35338278
      Fri, Jan 12, 2018, 15:05
Confirmed
62RecycledSpinalFluid
      ID: 5352110
      Fri, Jan 12, 2018, 20:04
Iím trying to understand the pick swap. Is that his first for your worst first?
63GO
      ID: 565491620
      Fri, Jan 12, 2018, 21:19
Just my worst first rounder. I have 3 of them. And i guess for his last round pick if we want to clarify.
64RecycledSpinalFluid
      ID: 5352110
      Fri, Jan 12, 2018, 21:44
OK, thanks. I was just confused, which isnít too unusual.
65RecycledSpinalFluid
      ID: 5352110
      Fri, Feb 23, 2018, 12:46
This looks all too familiar.
66RecycledSpinalFluid
      ID: 5411522221
      Tue, Feb 27, 2018, 10:34
Trade Announcement:

With the NBA trade deadline having passed, coldwater coyotes and I have completed a waiver wire trade of Stanley Johnson for Robin Lopez. No draft picks are involved.
67ttucowboy
      ID: 7657213
      Tue, Feb 27, 2018, 12:39
65: I'm trying to make things interesting!
68RecycledSpinalFluid
      ID: 5411522221
      Tue, Mar 27, 2018, 00:39
Is BH going to reach 656 GPs?
69beastiemiked
      ID: 825715
      Tue, Mar 27, 2018, 09:39
Doesn't even look possible.
70Species
      SuperDude
      ID: 07724916
      Tue, Mar 27, 2018, 13:04
68, 69: Does it matter if we do not have a league next year?
71RecycledSpinalFluid
      ID: 5411522221
      Wed, Mar 28, 2018, 00:37
Is there a mass defection occurring? I understand that you are leaving the Commish role, but is that the harbinger of doom?
72Species
      SuperDude
      ID: 07724916
      Wed, Mar 28, 2018, 13:09
71: Well, in the absence of anyone stepping up to volunteer to take over, what else am I supposed to assume?

I realize my apathetic leadership has allowed the league to fall into disrepair, so I place most of the blame upon myself and apologize to all of you. That said, I am really disappointed by the equally apathetic lack of response by the league.

I have received ONE email (and only after my recent post) with an offer to possibly be a steward for the league for a year or two. Not exactly the enthusiastic permanent passing of the torch I was looking for. The league needs work in raising the standards of the participants to create a much more vigorous competition for the top, resulting in more trading and discussion. Perhaps my comparison to baseball is not fair, as Hoops is just inherently less active without prospects or more ways to transform bad teams into good teams.

I will not be returning. The league will also need a replacement for the team that blue hen jumped into at the last minute.
73ttucowboy
      ID: 35226100
      Fri, Mar 30, 2018, 08:11
My team picked a lovely time to catch the injury bug. Steph done, CP3 hobbled, Warren about to miss 6th straight game. Ugh, so close too!
74RecycledSpinalFluid
      ID: 18150916
      Fri, Mar 30, 2018, 17:42
I will be sorry to see you go, as a long standing owner. Since this is my only fantasy sports team (outside my recent dalliance with RG-AAA), I'd hate to see this league disappear. There are definitely active teams top to bottom, so I doubt it disappears, but perhaps it does. We'll have to discuss that. Maybe you can email me activities involved as the commish, because I know I put in way to many hours into my team to be considered healthy, so I'm definitely invested.

We should definitely see if there are other owners that want in (and conversely out), otherwise, Contraction? Complete redraft? Partial redraft? Hand the titles over to me in perpetuity? Change keeper structure? Add prospects? Stuff.
75Bean
      ID: 304422310
      Fri, Mar 30, 2018, 22:34
I cant imagine we dont have at least 10 of 20 teams wanting to return. If we shrink the league its really no big deal, though we will have a dillema like the Big 12. Plenty of time to figure this out.

BTW, I was the one who Species mentioned in <72>, but I told him I would do it only if nobody else was interested, and I would not want to do it for more than a year or two.

So, bottom line is this, as is always the case with these leagues. Come next July/August we do a role call, find replacement managers, decide if the league needs to be shrunk or not and press on. Nothing unique about this league in that regard.
76Guru
      ID: 330592710
      Sat, Apr 07, 2018, 16:51
Trade:

GO gets Kyrie Irving plus Guru's 4th round pick in the upcoming draft.

Guru gets Dennis Smith, Taurean Prince, and GO's first round pick in the upcoming draft.

77GO
      ID: 14143919
      Sun, Apr 08, 2018, 01:04
Confirmed
78Bean
      ID: 304422310
      Thu, Apr 12, 2018, 10:28
Grats RSF; dominating performance.

Had fun in the fight for 6th this year.

Hope to see you all here in this thread next year.
79twolves
      ID: 5311152613
      Thu, Apr 12, 2018, 12:56
Congrats to RSF. Interesting fight for 6th place again this year especially with GO sixers rapid late surge.
80Species
      SuperDude
      ID: 07724916
      Thu, Apr 12, 2018, 13:18
Congratulations RSF. Back to back is hella impressive.


In terms of next year, Bean has volunteered to be a steward to the league and Commish for a year or two. For now, I have added him to having League Manager authorities (along with Guru and Tosh who already have those authorities). I will wait until next summer/fall when the league is re-organizing before transferring full Commish powers to the elected commissioner of choice. That will be up to the league. My hope would be that someone steps up to lead the league forward with better, more active managers resulting in more discussion, trading and overall activity.

I am sorry I stopped being that guy.
81ttucowboy
      ID: 35226100
      Thu, Apr 12, 2018, 21:45
Congrats RSF! Well done and well deserved.
82RecycledSpinalFluid
      ID: 5411522221
      Fri, Apr 13, 2018, 00:53
Definitely don't think it was dominance, as it was within 1 pretty late in the season. Frankly I am surprised at the lead size...but will gladly take it.

I was fortunate that I didn't have any major injuries to my top 4 keepers. #5 (Gallo) and #6 (Hood), on the other hand, could just not stay healthy at all. Ask Species about stud injuries. That Boogie injury just decimated his team.

I think the real kicker for me was FA pickups Niko Mirotic, Bobby Portis and John Henson. Those guys killed it (especially Bobby against Niko).

Weirdest stat? 7 points on 3-Pointers, while featuring James MVP Harden. I think he might have accounted for my whole 3P total.

Favorite Player? Jrue Holiday. Easy to say Harden and Giannis, but it was great to see a fully healthy Jrue. Its been a while.

Favorite Non-Previous-Keeper? Jarrett Allen. He's probably my new #6 keeper. Dude is still 19. This years rookie class is phenominal, so much so that this guy barely registers, but thats fine my me. Capela 1.1.

Thanks for everyone who stayed commited til the end. Thanks for everyone who rejected my silly trade offers. So wanted to pull the trigger on a GO trade, but just couldn't do it. (Mumbles something about believing in Gallo returning to help with 3s...arrrrgg!)

Good luck and don't forget to tip your waiter.
83Tosh
      Dude
      ID: 057721710
      Fri, Apr 13, 2018, 01:21
Congrats to RSF!

I had the lead for awhile, but knew I didn't have the horses to compete against the big-3. I've got a studly Karl-Anthony Towns ... but RSF, TTU, and SANFORDERS all have multiple studly guys better than my #2 (DeRozan).

On 01/30, Kevin Love got injured. Two days later, on 02/01, the 'Kevin Love Fan Club' fell out of first place. It was a fun ride for a few months.

Still not bad, considering that I lost my round 1 pick for the season on game #1 of the season.

Until next time ...
84skinneej
      ID: 42692211
      Fri, Apr 13, 2018, 14:14
Congrats to RSF again on winning it all, and all the other managers that were still fighting for top 6 up until the last few days. I did everything I could to squeeze into 6th, but ultimately fell short. Wall and Booker missing big chunks of the season cost me and couldn't make up the shortfall with replacements. I've still got a pretty good young core of keepers, so hoping to stay relevant next year.

I'm sorry to see Species step down as Commish, but understand the time commitment that is needed and desire to focus on G20 baseball. I've run keeper/dynasty leagues in the past (although not this big) and I'm willing to help out as needed, but don't have the time to fully commit either.

NBA Hoops is my #1 sports passion, and I even found myself not all that engaged early this season after the draft was over. I'm usually a "check the boxscores every night" kind of player and it was Dec before I really got into it. I think our hoops format is a little different than other fantasy sports and is harder to make trades that fit both parties. I've been guilty of throwing out some wild initial offers at times just to see if we can get a discussion going, and I'm surprised sometimes by the responses in a league this deep and with long running managers. Maybe in our older ages we are less receptive to these type offers than we used to be. I used to not care what was offered, I would always look for a counter, but the last few years I think there are only a handful of managers that seem willing to really negotiate. I think my one big trade earlier in the season was the only one of note in several years for me, so I'll go back into my hole and hope to develop my team through the draft and waiver pickups.

I look forward to next year, and given the 1-2 holes we need to fill I'm hopefully we can do that and not lose anyone else. I'd like to see this league stay at 20 and not be forced to contract.
85beastiemiked
      ID: 481162721
      Sat, Apr 14, 2018, 12:35
Congrats rsf.
86Species
      SuperDude
      ID: 07724916
      Mon, Apr 16, 2018, 10:42
ROTISSERIE POINTS
RK TEAM PLAYERS TOTAL
PTS TOTAL
CHG
FG% FT% 3PM OREB REB AST STL BLK PTS
1 Freak Like Me 20 11 7 18 19 13 16 20 20 144 +0
2 ttu cowboy 19 6 10 19 20 16 18 10 17 135 -1
3 SAN FORDORS 10 19 18 8 9 19 15 17 19 134 +2
4 Kevin Love Fan Club 5 20 19 16 17 11 11 6.5 18 123.5 +0.5
5 GO Sixers 16 4 6 15 18 17 13 19 11 119 +0
6 twolves 20 8 18 17 13 7 10 8 15 15 111 +2.5
6 Bean's Buckeyes 13 14 20 2 12 20 6 8 16 111 -0.5
8 Jay dog 17 15 8 14 11 9 7 14 14 109 -3
9 Skinnee J's 9 10 11 11 8 15 20 11 13 108 -1.5
10 Wazaaap Guy 14 17 12 4 10 18 9 13 10 107 +0.5
11 youngroman's Luschen 15 16 9 17 15 8 12 4 7 103 +1
12 Roto Guru 18 12 5 20 16 3 10 2 9 95 +0
13 Hard To Be A KnicksFan 6 1 16 7 13 12 14 18 4 91 -1
14 Endangered Species 4 7 14 12 14 14 4 3 12 84 -1
15 coldwater coyotes 3 13 4 9 3 6 17 16 6 77 -1
16 Vampire Weekend 7 9 13 3 5 7 19 5 8 76 +0
17 Team Perm Dudes 11 8 15 10 6 5 3 6.5 5 69.5 +0.5
18 beastie miked 12 2 2 5 4 2 2 12 2 43 +1
19 Mighty Meatwads 2 3 3 6 2 4 5 9 3 37 +1
20 Itinerant Wanderers 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 13 +0

SEASON STATS
RK TEAM PLAYERS GP MOVES
FG% FT% 3PM OREB REB AST STL BLK PTS
1 Freak Like Me .4909 .7788 862 1056 4520 2264 735 611 11444 721 40
2 ttu cowboy .4838 .7676 949 1181 4593 2457 754 396 10928 723 31
3 SAN FORDORS .4616 .8140 1113 735 3597 2632 734 455 11139 718 23
4 Kevin Love Fan Club .4522 .8366 1124 906 4283 2099 658 375 10933 719 13
5 GO Sixers .4716 .7199 821 899 4306 2483 667 500 9830 705 16
6 twolves 20 .4567 .8133 1105 830 3533 2076 621 427 10766 724 14
6 Bean's Buckeyes .4682 .7897 1200 628 3942 2673 614 377 10849 722 10
8 Jay dog .4779 .7924 917 866 3853 2069 617 426 10713 707 14
9 Skinnee J's .4574 .7772 950 792 3580 2394 828 403 10120 721 38
10 Wazaaap Guy .4685 .8077 960 670 3658 2619 625 423 9817 720 61
11 youngroman's Luschen .4713 .7969 919 992 4170 2056 663 352 9418 724 23
12 Roto Guru .4796 .7812 814 1236 4206 1600 632 333 9678 712 3
13 Hard To Be A KnicksFan .4532 .6932 1026 730 4009 2222 698 479 8635 715 18
14 Endangered Species .4516 .7713 963 810 4118 2349 600 339 9968 665 10
15 coldwater coyotes .4474 .7861 747 740 3277 1861 738 437 8900 696 11
16 Vampire Weekend .4556 .7768 961 649 3367 2000 767 371 9570 696 3
17 Team Perm Dudes .4617 .7714 991 786 3497 1753 557 375 8896 693 39
18 beastie miked .4642 .6981 506 708 3292 1275 476 415 7238 678 128
19 Mighty Meatwads .4446 .7129 573 729 2830 1638 603 392 7581 692 19
20 Itinerant Wanderers .4315 .7500 462 425 2001 1124 362 212 4779 582 8
87GO
      ID: 565491620
      Tue, Apr 17, 2018, 01:01
Congrats to RSF
Sorry to see Species step down, I would also help commish in some type of CBC (Commish by Commitee? Cabinet)... does Guru already do Treasury? Perhaps we can have a Secretary of Draft. Trade Minister. Social Media coordinator. VP of Enthusiasm and Trade Talk.

I probably made more trade offers than anyone all year. And I got a few rude responses. The deals get blurry after a while when you don't get useful feedback so there probably were some bad offers. But they are always just a starting point like 2SJ said. We had only 3 in season deals. And I got 2 of them done, so A for effort.

My squad made a late push I think just from being behind on GP, and set up pretty well with keepers.I am not married to either Kyrie or Gordon Hayward, I just saw good fits to trade package deals to condense my keepers. And I really don't think I want both Celtics (considering I have 2 Sixers Trust The Process!). So anyone with Irving and Hayward interest inquire within for comparable players.
88GO
      ID: 565491620
      Tue, Apr 17, 2018, 01:07
Congrats to RSF
Sorry to see Species step down, I would also help commish in some type of CBC (Commish by Commitee? Cabinet)... does Guru already do Treasury? Perhaps we can have a Secretary of Draft. Trade Minister. Social Media coordinator. VP of Enthusiasm and Trade Talk.

I probably made more trade offers than anyone all year. And I got a few rude responses. The deals get blurry after a while when you don't get useful feedback so there probably were some bad offers. But they are always just a starting point like 2SJ said. We had only 3 in season deals. And I got 2 of them done, so A for effort.

My squad made a late push I think just from being behind on GP, and set up pretty well with keepers.I am not married to either Kyrie or Gordon Hayward, I just saw good fits to trade package deals to condense my keepers. And I really don't think I want both Celtics (considering I have 2 Sixers Trust The Process!). So anyone with Irving and Hayward interest inquire within for comparable players. I would even package either with Cauley Stein was was incredible the last part of the season and helped push me into a top 5 finish if the pairing got me up to a 1st round talent.
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