That's a huge topic as it depends of my specific needs at that moment. They're using that as motivation for themselves. If our league was roto, I wouldn't even think about drafting him. Letting your bias affect your evaluation on players is never a smart thing. Depends on scoring format, depends on strategy, depends on if I really need to focus on getting a point guard.
Signed, bitter kings fan I don't know what the offense will look like, but I have faith in Rondo figuring it out and making it work. I assumed because of his recent past I didn't have to re-evaluate his situation in Sac. If I search more, then I'll have to move that list to the sleeper topic :- Yes, Rondo played well last spring. His defense was also on the rise, but the big three era in Boston had a lot to do with that. Rondo went there knowing it wouldn't work, everyone knew it wouldn't work with Butler and Wade. I think if he does start next season he'll put up similar numbers to what he did in Sacramento. I never said he was mature or super mature.
. I think Rondo has a season of stats similar to 2015-2016 when he played for Sacramento. Alright, now we are getting somewhere. Plus, rumour is that he and Boogie are tight so that can only be a positive for the team. I'm just saying that if I had to bet on Rondo in later rounds of my draft - I'd probably choose among many other candidates.
He is a flawed fantasy player, but on the right team build you can leverage the cats he is elite at. I don't believe they're going to mess with his role. If I search more, then I'll have to move that list to the sleeper topic :- Yes, Rondo played well last spring. This was my initial thought as well, but I think Jrue and Boogie facilitate a bit to take those assists numbers down a little and I don't think he scores as much being at best a 4th option. Yes, Rondo played well with Cousins last time.
Much of the play-by-play, game results, and transaction information both shown and used to create certain data sets was obtained free of charge from and is copyrighted by. I almost forgot about points leagues although I have a lot of sentiment for it :- And remember Rondo was a fantasy star for years especially in those with a high assist wage. But I know I am not writing off Rondo before he has a chance to make it work. That seems like a pretty useful past that can show itself again in the right situation. If used right in the right situation, Rondo is very valuable in our league as it's a points league.
Mixed up with a little one-on-one by himself and Jrue. In a point league he has a lot more value than a standard league where he does more harm than good in 6 of the 9 cats. Rondo may be the all-time popcorn stats and nothing else guy, which is impressive considering that he is not a natural scorer. There is a huge difference there. I was once a non-believer.
I think if he does start next season he'll put up similar numbers to what he did in Sacramento. Depends on scoring format, depends on strategy, depends on if I really need to focus on getting a point guard. Contract years can be over-rated but with Rondo he seems to play when he wants to. The same we can say about many weterans. Some high school data is courtesy David McWater.
Well, yes, Rondo was good for fantasy purposes in Sactos and that's actually the only season when he mattered. The Celtics will need to improve on the court, and apparently their mindset, before Game 3 if they want a chance to get back in this series. Again, I have said Rondo has greatly matured over the past few years. With Rondo I actually think they will defer to him more to create the offense and get everyone the ball where they need it. Don't blame Rondo, he could've handled it differently when he was benched, but eventually took on the role as a vet for his team mates. Depends on scoring format, depends on strategy, depends on if I really need to focus on getting a point guard. Still, the only scenario I see me taking him is the end of some h2h leagues where I end up with a hardcore bigball strategy.
All images are property the copyright holder and are displayed here for informational purposes only. . While helping lead New Orleans to a 41-24 record in games he played during the regular season — then a first-round playoff sweep vs. Which is still a bit concern with Holiday. If used right in the right situation, Rondo is very valuable in our league as it's a points league. I'm not saying he is mature, I'm saying he is greatly matured.