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Week 4 Fantasy Trade Value Chart

by | Fantasy Writer
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After weeks of planning before the season starts and destroying your opponents with a great draft, your Fantasy team has hit a roadblock due to injuries.

It's not your fault. It happens to the best of us. And if you're extremely impatient and in need of immediate results, it may be time to field offers for your early round draft pick for depth at other thin positions. I know that's something you may not want to hear this early in the season, but you should at least be listening to offers if other owners are interested in your top guys.

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I'm looking at the owners who drafted Kobe Bryant in the mid-rounds and were bitten by the injury bug with players like JaVale McGee (leg) or Tyson Chandler (leg). You weren't as fortunate as those who scooped up Russell Westbrook and were rewarded by an early return.

It's important to note that unlike other Fantasy sports, hammering out a deal may be a little difficult to do in basketball. Owners are bit reluctant to make an early season trade as they would be in a sport like football. Everyone wants to trade for elite talent like LeBron James and Kevin Durant, but that seems highly unlikely, unless you're dealing with a noobie or an impatient owner with an injury-riddled squad that's ready to hit the panic button. But you don't need to pull the trigger just yet on your top draft picks. I have a player that may help your issue.

Enter Spencer Hawes.

The 76ers have gotten off to an unexpected start, after many prognosticators thought they would be preparing for a lottery pick in next year's draft. Hawes has been a big part of their recent success, averaging a career-high in points (16.0), rebounds (10.6), blocks (2.0), field-goal percentage (50.0) and 3-point percentage (53.4) through nine games. But as previous owners of Hawes can tell you, he is an extremely streaky player and ultimately a risk to your squad's late-season success.

He averaged 7.3 points and 5.4 boards on 43.7 percent shooting through his first 20 games before averaging 13.3 points and 9.0 boards on 48.7 percent shooting over his last 27 games in 2012-13. It's highly possible that the Sixers, along with Hawes, start to underwhelm before the end of the calendar year, so selling high on him could benefit your team in the long run.

Here are some trades that went down involving Hawes in actual CBSSports.com leagues. As you'll notice, one-for-one deals involving Hawes have not been common, so you may have to package him in a two-for-two or a two-for-one situation.

Spencer Hawes and Kevin Martin for LaMarcus Aldridge: If you have plenty of 3-point shooting in your team and you want an immediate double-double machine, then this trade may work out for you. I'm a believer that the Kevin Martin hype machine, along with Spencer Hawes, will die down soon.

Spencer Hawes and Michael Carter-Williams for Derrick Rose and Anderson Varejao: Here's another owner taking advantage of two hot commodities and receiving great value for them. I know he's gotten off to a bit of a slow start, but if Derrick Rose starts to make some 3-pointers and somewhat resembles his MVP form, then this owner will come out on top.

Spencer Hawes for Andrew Nicholson, J.J. Redick and Manu Ginobili: I'm never a fan of a three-for-one swap, but if you're riddled with injuries and you have the roster space to pull of a deal like this, then it could work. Nicholson will be the most valuable piece of that deal, averaging 10.6 points and 6.0 boards through nine games. Redick and Ginobili will certainly make up for the 3-point shooting you missed with Hawes.

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LeBron James 43 49 Klay Thompson 17 18 Raymond Felton 9 12
Kevin Durant 42 49 Kemba Walker 16 22 Jarrett Jack 9 11
Chris Paul 39 44 Monta Ellis 16 21 Trevor Ariza 8 14
James Harden 37 43 Andre Iguodala 16 20 Brandon Knight 8 13
Kevin Love 37 39 Kevin Martin 16 20 Andrew Nicholson 8 13
Stephen Curry 35 45 Bradley Beal 16 17 Kelly Olynyk 8 13
Carmelo Anthony 35 31 Kobe Bryant 16 17 Markieff Morris 8 13
Dwight Howard 34 32 Amir Johnson 16 17 Jason Thompson 8 13
Anthony Davis 33 39 Brandon Jennings 16 16 Metta World Peace 8 13
Blake Griffin 33 34 Zach Randolph 16 16 Corey Brewer 8 11
Paul George 32 40 Ersan Ilyasova 16 16 Mario Chalmers 8 10
LaMarcus Aldridge 31 32 Enes Kanter 15 20 Dion Waiters 8 9
Kyrie Irving 31 32 Larry Sanders 15 19 Steve Nash 8 9
Al Jefferson 31 28 JaVale McGee 15 19 Joe Johnson 8 8
DeMarcus Cousins 31 27 Michael Carter-Williams 15 18 Tyson Chandler 7 18
Gordon Hayward 30 32 Kawhi Leonard 15 16 Andrew Bogut 7 13
John Wall 30 29 Arron Afflalo 14 20 Andrew Bynum 7 12
Marc Gasol 29 30 Rajon Rondo 14 18 Ray Allen 7 11
Russell Westbrook 29 29 Tobias Harris 14 17 Manu Ginobili 7 10
Rudy Gay 29 28 Andrea Bargnani 14 16 Alec Burks 7 10
Tim Duncan 29 27 Nene 14 15 Ramon Sessions 7 10
Josh Smith 28 27 Andrei Kirilenko 14 14 Martell Webster 7 9
Nicolas Batum 27 28 Michael Kidd-Gillchrist 13 17 Iman Shumpert 7 8
Greg Monroe 27 26 Wesley Matthews 13 16 Trey Burke 7 7
Serge Ibaka 26 35 Evan Turner 13 15 Matt Barnes 6 13
Roy Hibbert 26 29 Kyle Lowry 13 15 Amar'e Stoudemire 6 11
Paul Millsap 26 28 George Hill 13 13 Andre Miller 6 10
Al Horford 26 28 Maurice Harkless 12 17 Marcus Thornton 6 9
Derrick Rose 26 27 Jonas Valanciunas 12 17 Vince Carter 6 9
Brook Lopez 26 23 Jae Crowder 12 17 Alex Len 6 9
Damian Lillard 25 28 Shawn Marion 12 16 Avery Bradley 6 8
Nikola Pekovic 23 28 Tristan Thompson 12 16 Josh McRoberts 5 12
Nikola Vucevic 23 26 Lance Stephenson 12 16 Glen Davis 5 12
David Lee 23 23 O.J. Mayo 12 16 Omer Asik 5 11
Dwyane Wade 23 22 JJ Hickson 12 15 Jordan Hill 5 10
Joakim Noah 22 26 Harrison Barnes 12 15 Wesley Johnson 4 11
Chandler Parsons 22 24 Anderson Varejao 12 14 Gerald Wallace 4 11
Chris Bosh 22 24 P.J. Tucker 12 14 Derrick Williams 4 11
Pau Gasol 22 23 Goran Dragic 12 12 Robin Lopez 4 11
Dirk Nowitzki 22 22 Tyreke Evans 12 12 Jared Sullinger 4 10
Spencer Hawes 21 27 Cartier Martin 12 12 Taj Gibson 4 10
Derrick Favors 21 24 Patrick Beverley 12 11 DeJuan Blair 4 10
Jeff Green 21 22 Thaddeus Young 11 16 Miles Plumlee 4 9
David West 21 22 Jose Calderon 11 16 Samuel Dalembert 4 8
Andre Drummond 20 24 Tiago Splitter 11 15 Bismack Biyombo 4 8
Deron Williams 20 21 Greivis Vasquez 11 15 Reggie Jackson 4 8
Paul Pierce 20 20 Isaiah Thomas 11 14 Steve Blake 4 7
Marcin Gortat 20 20 DeMar DeRozan 11 14 Nate Robinson 4 7
Ryan Anderson 19 23 Eric Gordon 11 14 Zaza Pachulia 4 7
Ty Lawson 19 21 Kyle Korver 11 14 Luis Scola 4 7
Ricky Rubio 19 21 Jameer Nelson 11 14 Thomas Robinson 4 7
Eric Bledsoe 19 21 Danny Green 11 13 Steve Novak 4 6
Mike Conley 19 18 J.J. Redick 11 13 Ben McLemore 4 6
Tony Parker 19 20 Cody Zeller 11 13 Jared Dudley 4 6
Kenneth Faried 18 21 Victor Oladipo 11 12 Xavier Henry 4 5
Carlos Boozer 18 17 Gerald Henderson 11 12 Vitor Faverani 4 5
Jeff Teague 17 22 Lou Williams 11 12 Michael Beasley 4 4
Luol Deng 17 21 Jimmy Butler 11 11 Kendrick Perkins 4 4
DeAndre Jordan 17 20 WIlson Chandler 11 11 Timofey Mozgov 4 4
Jeremy Lin 17 19 Jamal Crawford 10 13 Shabazz Muhammad 4 4
Jrue Holliday 17 18 Brandon Bass 9 14 Emeka Okafor 4 4
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