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  1. This is a tough one. I'd hate to bench Andrews knowing the numbers he can put up, but that foot injury is worrisome. Dissly is definitely targeted quite a bit...although I think they both got 8 targets last week. I don't think either of them have an especially favorable match-up. I would start Dissly this week, hoping for at least some form of shootout between the Rams and Seahawks. As long as Russ keeps targeting the TE, it could be another good game. Thursday games are tough because you can go in to the weekend feeling good if your player performs...or you can dread the weekend if he's a dud!
  2. 1. Breida is on a bye-week for Week 4...that being said, I would probably narrow it down to Freeman vs. Samuel. Of those 2, I think I'd be more interested in Samuel in Week 4. Denver faces a decent run defense against Jacksonville. Jarvis is highly targeted, but the Browns haven't looked great offensively for it to translate to catches/yardage. Chris Carson could be in play, but with his fumbling and Rashaad Penny possibly returning, I think I'd look elsewhere. 2. I'd still feel good keeping Mark Andrews. I think the foot issue did play a part in his less-than-stellar week, but Baltimore barely converted 50% of their passes, so that likely played a decent part in it. If he continues to carry a Questionable tag, I'd tread carefully starting him, but it's hard to stray away from the big numbers he put up in the first couple of weeks. 3. Well you know Aaron Rodgers will throw for multiple touchdowns as soon as you bench him, right? That's the nightmare of Fantasy Football. I do like his match-up this week vs Philly, a team that should be able to put up points that Rodgers will have to match...although the Packers defense has been playing well enough that this may not end up being the case!
  3. Myles Turner worked out with Kevin McHale last week, focusing on post moves. I'm hesitant to get too excited about this, but a part of me can't help it. I hope that he takes what he learned to heart and can successfully integrate it into his game. Pacer fans are surely ready for him to show that he's more than a 13 and 7 guy that happens to have elite defensive timing. The best part of it all was reading Kevin McHale's quote of "You gotta nice jumper but get yer a## on the block" http://mylesturnerbasketball.org/pacers-forward-myles-turner-worked-on-post-moves-with-hall-of-famer-kevin-mchale-via-indystar/
  4. I did. It was really refreshing to hear someone who genuinely sounds happy to be here. I understand that Jeremy Lamb, having signed here, may be content with being here, but it doesn't seem in his character to be very outgoing in interviews, which is perfectly fine. TJ Warren is a man of even fewer words. Not a knock on either guy, just a stark contrast to Brogdon's interview. I'm very excited to see what Brogdon brings to the team. He seems like a cerebral point guard that knows how to get guys in position to get good looks. He comes off as very unselfish, acknowledging that this is Vic's team and even going as far as to say that he wants to make Vic an All-Star each year. I was way more excited after his interview, admittedly.
  5. Not Pacers news, but in a very interesting turn of events, Paul George was traded from the Thunder to the Clippers. Clippers send 5 first rounders, 2 pick swaps, Danilo Gallinari and SGA. He'll join Kawhi Leonard and just like that, the Clippers increased their talent tremendously. They played well last year in their own right, so this will definitely be interesting. PG, Kawhi, and Pat Bev will definitely be a tough defense to score against!
  6. I read an article on 8points9seconds that suggested Tobias Harris would not be a good fit for the Pacers, citing the fact that he'll be seeking near-max money and Sabonis would be in his way at the 4 spot. I still don't know how I feel about moving Sabonis to the 4 because of his lateral quickness, among other things. I like the idea of Tobias Harris because he'd give us a stretch 4, something Thad wasn't, and Sabonis isn't (at least at this stage of his career). Not sure of anyone else's thoughts on Harris, but I did find the article somewhat intriguing. The article, if you have a spare moment: https://8points9seconds.com/2019/06/21/tobias-harris-fit-pacers-free-agency/
  7. Definitely hoping GOATga pans out for us. Watching his tape, it seems like we still may have decent rim protection when Myles is resting and/or in foul trouble (something we saw a bit too often). I think it'll be interesting to see how he moves against NBA speed. Also, I truly hope that picture of him and Zion motivates him. Surely it only paints a small picture, as he himself stated that he did receive questions, but it has to still stir up something, no matter how minuscule.
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