What do you think about my fantasy basketball team?
- BlueLv 57 years agoFavorite Answer
It's very good, although I don't expect much from Victor Oladipo. His value on the court doesn't translate well to fantasy. I'd probably consider dropping Derozan too. And I've never heard of Kelly Olynick.
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