Curry is a fantasy monster, and I only expect him to get better. What I'm finding in my other leagues is that if you don't have Durant or Lebron, you have an infinitesimal chance of winning your league.
In short, no. I started getting assists from Nash, and I've been making up room in the categories that I should have punted, so there's a chance that by the end of the season I'll have gained a few points. But I'm not making any ground in points, rebounds, or percentages, and I'm out of room to grow in blocks. My hope is that Wall gets back into a groove and I can find something impressive on the waiver wire.
Varejao is a back-breaker for you. You can't make up 14 rebounds a game.
Yeah for damn sure only a doofus will be like I'm a Vampire Weekend FAN, man!, but only a similar doofus would opt out of a chance to see them perform. Fuckers are tighter than Steely Dan's asshole.
i havent seen one nice post from you about a band like ever haha i am real curious what some of your top acts would be for Sasquatch, no matter how unrealistic, im talking your dream lineup, lets hear it Horned Gamma!
Most roto leagues have limits on games played in my experience.
Pros: It's not just about counting games - some people in H2H for instance, where there are no limits, add and drop constantly in order to maximize their games played, and then they have a natural advantage in the quantity categories. I know wonk hates this style of play.
Cons: You get to the end of the season and can't start a LW because you've used up all your slots. But if you've been smart, this won't happen to you.