The Mo Williams Trade: Fantasy
A three team trade was made that went as follows:
Cleveland gave up Joe Smith and
Damon Jones and
received Mo Williams.
Milwaukee gave up Mo Williams and
Desmond Mason and received
Adrian Griffin. Oklahoma City gave up Luke Ridnour and
and received Desmond Mason and Joe Smith.
The following point guards have the potential to benefit from the
1) Ramon Sessions
second string point guard for Milwaukee that played
in only 17 games last season. But over his last ten games he
points, 11.3 assists, 1.5 steals, and 4.9 rebounds. While he did
too many threes, he did make an impressive 43% from three point
assists should attract the attention of the fantasy manager.
Getting him in
a later round and then having him emerge as the starter and rack of
assists for your fantasy team has the potential to set your team on
to a first place finish. We will need to watch him in the preseason
exactly how excited to get about his prospects.
Russell Westbrook was the fourth overall pick in the
2008 NBA draft.
player taken at that level has the expectation of eventually
franchises long term starter at the position he plays. With
in full re-building mode and last year giving extended minutes to
and Jeff Green,
look for Westbrook to have a better opportunity
for minutes with Luke Ridnour gone.
will likely give Westbrook
enough early season competition for Westbrook to not have a lot of
early on, but the time will likely come where the transition to
3) Mo Williams was not the most popular player in
to take on Luke Ridnour and Adrian Griffin just for the opportunity
themselves of him shows his prospects would not have been good with
Bucks next season. With his big contract, the Cavaliers will not be
him to sit on the bench. The trade gives Williamsí fantasy value
it would not have had in Milwaukee.
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