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Week 11 Fantasy Trade Chart

by | Fantasy Writer
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In this installment of the trade chart, I'd like to offer up some realistic resolutions for the Fantasy owners that have gotten off to a rocky start and are looking to get back on track in 2014. It may be a "new year" and a "new you" and that's why I'm here to help on how you can become a better owner with some trade resolutions.

Always check in with other owners. Your job -- especially if you're down in the dumps -- is to touch bases with every owner in order to see what players are on the block. Other owners have a tendency to have outdated lists of who's on the trading block, so it's always good to touch base with everyone in the league, especially if you have an owner that makes irrational knee-jerk moves.

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Trade Fair. This should be self explanatory, and most owners typically abide by this rule. In fact, most leagues have a veto system set up to prevent any lopsided that trades that are not in good spirit. It's never a good thing when you're initial offer is lopsided. You won't go anywhere if you start negotiations like that. Sure, who wouldn't want to flip Roy Hibbert for LaMarcus Aldridge? It's just not realistic, so it's always smart to think long and hard before you make your initial offer, because that usually is the best offer you'll make. And most importantly, never be afraid to trade the underperformers -- even if they we're highly touted before the start of the season. I'm talking to you, Jimmy Butler and/or Ersan Ilyasova owners.

The Andrew Bynum rule. This rule is simple. Never make an offer for a player that does not appear to have any interest in playing basketball, or one that has been spotted at the bowling alley in the midst of his recovery process. Bottom line: sell Bynum while/if you can! And make sure you think twice about trading for any big men with chronic knee issues. It never works out to your favor. Just ask those that drafted Amar'e Stoudemire last season in Fantasy.

The Waiver Wire is your friend. The best way to gain any sort of trade value is to scoop up the players who can provide immediate trade value. These waiver wire options are usually players replacing injured starters, so their values may not last long. However, even if they do have some staying power, it's nearly always a safe bet to sell immediately after a productive stretch of games. You won't go wrong with packaging a waiver wire pickup and an underperformer like O.J. Mayo in a deal.

Keep an eye on the injury report. Another great tool to use that can help you earn an extra edge on your opponents. Always keep an eye on the injury status of your players. The only time I advise you trading for injured players is if you're in a difficult situation with your current roster, or if that injured player is on his way back within a week or so. With that said, you should also keep an eye on waiver wire options that haven't been stashed. It's more general roster advice than specifically trade advice, but it could make the difference before the season is over.

Players who are expected back from injury:

Marc Gasol, C, Grizzlies (could return by early January)
Xavier Henry, G, Lakers (could return by early January)
Devin Harris, G, Mavericks (could return by mid-January)
JJ Redick, G, Clippers (could return by mid-January)
Danilo Gallinari, F, Nuggets (could return by mid-January)
Chris Paul, G, Clippers (could return by late January)
Rajon Rondo, G, Celtics (could return by late January)
Kobe Bryant, G, Lakers (could return by early February)
Steve Nash, G, Lakers (could return by early February)
Russell Westbrook, G, Thunder (could return by mid- February)

Name H2H ROTO Name H2H ROTO Name H2H ROTO
LeBron James 43 49 Zach Randolph 16 17 Martell Webster 9 9
Kevin Durant 42 49 Jeremy Lin 15 19 Joe Johnson 9 9
Kevin Love 37 44 Russell Westbrook 15 18 Trey Burke 9 8
Stephen Curry 35 44 Andre Iguodala 15 18 Caron Butler 9 8
Dwight Howard 35 32 Michael Carter-Williams 15 18 Andrew Nicholson 8 13
Anthony Davis 34 39 Bradley Beal 15 17 Jason Thompson 8 13
LaMarcus Aldridge 33 33 Rajon Rondo 15 17 Glen Davis 8 12
Chris Paul 32 44 Kyle Lowry 15 15 Andray Blatche 8 10
Paul George 32 40 Kobe Bryant 15 16 Corey Brewer 8 10
Blake Griffin 32 34 Enes Kanter 15 16 Mario Chalmers 8 9
Carmelo Anthony 32 32 Kawhi Leonard 15 16 Dion Waiters 8 9
DeMarcus Cousins 31 33 Nene 15 15 Tyson Chandler 7 15
James Harden 31 32 Rodney Stuckey 15 15 Andrew Bogut 7 13
Kyrie Irving 31 32 Larry Sanders 14 18 Andrew Bynum 7 12
Al Jefferson 31 28 Lance Stephenson 14 16 Giannis Antetokounmpo 7 11
John Wall 30 30 Andrea Bargnani 14 16 Markieff Morris 7 11
Gordon Hayward 30 29 Goran Dragic 14 16 Ray Allen 7 11
Nicolas Batum 28 28 Tobias Harris 14 16 Manu Ginobili 7 10
Tim Duncan 29 27 JaVale McGee 13 17 Alec Burks 7 10
Rudy Gay 28 28 Evan Turner 13 16 Ramon Sessions 7 10
Damian Lillard 27 28 Wesley Matthews 13 16 Amar'e Stoudemire 7 10
Greg Monroe 27 26 Isaiah Thomas 13 14 Jared Sullinger 7 10
Serge Ibaka 26 35 DeMar DeRozan 13 14 Jordan Hill 7 9
Roy Hibbert 26 29 George Hill 13 13 Iman Shumpert 7 8
Paul Millsap 26 28 Brandon Knight 13 12 Jordan Farmar 7 7
Dirk Nowitzki 24 22 Maurice Harkless 12 17 Michael Kidd-Gillchrist 6 12
Nikola Pekovic 24 28 Jonas Valanciunas 12 17 Tony Wroten 6 11
David Lee 24 23 Jae Crowder 12 17 Kosta Koufos 6 9
Nikola Vucevic 23 26 Shawn Marion 12 16 Channing Frye 6 9
Dwyane Wade 23 22 Tristan Thompson 12 16 Marcus Thornton 6 9
Joakim Noah 22 26 Thaddeus Young 12 16 Vince Carter 6 9
Chandler Parsons 22 24 O.J. Mayo 12 16 James Anderson 6 9
Chris Bosh 22 24 JJ Hickson 12 15 Samuel Dalembert 6 9
Pau Gasol 22 23 Harrison Barnes 12 15 Reggie Jackson 6 8
Spencer Hawes 21 27 Anderson Varejao 12 14 Alex Len 6 8
Derrick Favors 21 24 P.J. Tucker 12 14 Kelly Olynyk 6 8
Jeff Green 21 22 Tyreke Evans 12 12 Avery Bradley 6 8
David West 21 22 Cartier Martin 12 12 Andrei Kirilenko 6 8
Andre Drummond 20 24 Terrence Jones 12 12 Zaza Pachulia 6 7
Ty Lawson 20 23 Marco Belinelli 12 12 Josh McRoberts 5 12
Ryan Anderson 20 23 Jose Calderon 11 16 Matt Barnes 5 11
Marc Gasol 20 22 Tiago Splitter 11 15 Metta World Peace 5 9
Marcin Gortat 20 21 Greivis Vasquez 11 15 Ed Davis 5 8
Ricky Rubio 20 21 Eric Gordon 11 14 Marvin Williams 5 6
Mike Conley 20 18 Kyle Korver 11 14 Nate Wolters 5 5
Paul Pierce 20 20 Jameer Nelson 11 14 Omer Asik 5 11
Jeff Teague 19 22 Patrick Beverley 11 13 Wesley Johnson 4 11
Eric Bledsoe 19 21 Danny Green 11 13 Gerald Wallace 4 11
Monta Ellis 19 21 J.J. Redick 11 13 Derrick Williams 4 11
Luol Deng 19 21 Cody Zeller 11 13 Robin Lopez 4 11
Tony Parker 19 20 Victor Oladipo 11 12 Andre Miller 4 10
Kenneth Faried 18 21 Gerald Henderson 11 12 Taj Gibson 4 10
Brandon Jennings 18 18 Lou Williams 11 12 DeJuan Blair 4 10
Carlos Boozer 18 17 WIlson Chandler 11 11 Miles Plumlee 4 9
Kemba Walker 17 21 Jamal Crawford 10 13 Bismack Biyombo 4 8
DeAndre Jordan 17 20 Jimmy Butler 10 11 Steve Blake 4 7
Deron Williams 17 19 Nick Young 10 11 Nate Robinson 4 7
Jrue Holliday 17 18 Ersan Ilyasova 10 11 Luis Scola 4 7
Klay Thompson 17 18 Steve Blake 10 10 Thomas Robinson 4 7
Kevin Martin 16 21 Brandon Bass 9 14 Ben McLemore 4 6
Arron Afflalo 16 20 Trevor Ariza 9 14 Jared Dudley 4 6
Josh Smith 16 17 Raymond Felton 9 12 Xavier Henry 4 5
Amir Johnson 16 17 Jarrett Jack 9 11 Michael Beasley 4 4
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