What I meant was obviously you thought the trade(s) had potential to improve your team otherwise why would you agree to trade in the first place?
And I don't see the point in comparing NBA stats here. The only thing that matters in this league is fantasy points.
When I traded Deron for Harden it was 32fp vs 34fp and Harden was slumping and Deron was improving at that time he had 2-3 really solid games in a row.
Yes Steve Nash was injured but Paul George was averaging 28fp and to this day Nash is averaging 27fp so had George not improved considerably that part would have been a wash. The deal made a lot of sense for Soupastars because he had ONE PG on his roster and several SFs. What would have happened with this trade if George carried on playing how he had all season up to that point and Deron had gone back to his 20/10 averages? It would have been a solid trade for both parties.
Yes it is fantasy basketball and Drummond's "bright future" would be occurring right now had he not gone down injured, you know this just as well as I do which is why you traded for him. The dude is averaging nearly 25fp in 19 minutes per game... Everyone and their grandmothers knows that when he's put into the starter job he's going to average 30-35fp.
I don't really remember the trades you had vetoed. Wasn't there only 1? I'm obviously not counting the ones from yesterday which you even vetoed yourself lol...
I have vetoed many trades this year. I called for a veto on the WaterMELOn rape of Soupastars but it didn't happen. I also did in fact veto both of Displacers trades today for his own good but I'm sure those will not be vetoed either.
You can look back on that trade now in hindsight and call it the most unbalanced but actually at the time it was reasonably balanced and it made sense for both of us as I had a hole at SF and Soupastars had a gaping hole at PG.
Plus as I mentioned, I didn't even try to do the Drummond for Hickson part, that was offered to me in a counter offer, and I gladly accepted