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Friday, October 30, 2015
04:21 PM - October 30, 2015. Written by kpeltz96
2015 Game 135 vs. Indians Preview
The Tigers are currently sitting at 69-65 with 28 games remaining on the schedule. They are 5 games behind Kansas City in the AL Central after salvaging the final game of their recent series with the Royals despite losing the first two. Detroit is 2.5 games behind the Angels for the second wild card spot. Detroit cruised their way to the All-Star break, but have had the worst record in baseball since. It is a testament to how well they played in the first half of the season that they are still even in contention for a playoff berth. The Tigers begin a 6 game home stand Friday, September 4th, with 3 game sets against Cleveland (62-70) and Tampa Bay (63-70). Alfredo Simon (9-10, 4.30 ERA) will start for Detroit on Friday and he will face Cleveland's hard-throwing right-hander Zach McAllister (2-3, 3.64 ERA).

1 Gose
2 Kinsler
3 Cabrera
4 J.D. Martinez
5 Castellanos
6 V. Martinez
7 Moya
8 Avila
9 Iglesias

1 Ramirez
2 Urshela
3 Brantley
4 Santana
5 Chisenhall
6 Butler
7 Lindor
8 Almonte
9 Perez
Dynasty: kpeltz96
03:15 PM - October 30, 2015. Written by cdfresh96
718 seems to have very little interest in keeping Brook Lopez on the roster before opening night. "Do you really think I'm gonna let a dude who is 7 feet and grabs 6 boards a game on my court. This dude is more worried about getting every comic book than boxing out. He is also just not chill and not a guy you want in Brooklyn. Brook Lopez is soft as tissue paper and he is not a Brooklyn Net. He will be traded immediately."

Since the announcement, GMs having been lining up to offer 718 their whole kitchen sink in an attempt to acquire the former All Star bigman. "Well he doesn't want me here. I'm just waiting to get out of here so I can move on with my career and being the best bigman I can be," Lopez said. "Bruh, I know it, Brooklyn knows it, Billy King F*'d up. He did. He did. The Brooklyn Nets should have Dwight Howard as their center. But Billy King is an idiot. Im changing ish up now. Im talking right now. Brook Lopez is trash. Any GM dumb enough to take this piece of crap please take him now," 718 exclaimed.

According to ESPN, one of the first teams to call the Brooklyn Nets were the Detroit Pistons as they are looking to unload a young disgruntled Center, Andre Drummond. Sources told us that Drummond and 718 were seen at the club in Miami over the summer partying and having a good time. "We got hoes there. We got some *** in Miami. Dre were and I were chilling so I would love to make a deal with Detroit. That dude is the bro so it would be nice to have him repping Brooklyn." said 718.
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Dynasty: cdfresh96
16 years..... Since their last title

11 years..... Since their last Playoff Appearance

The St. Louis Rams look forward to returning to the promised land, and owner Stan Kroenke alongside Coach Jeff Fisher look to make that sooner rather than later. A team that has been plagued by rumors of returning to Los Angeles over the last several years.

Rumors of relocating were quelled today, at least for the time being.. as the Rams renewed their lease at the Edward Jones Dome for the 2016-2017 season. This one way or another will be the last year in the Dome.

The Rams have set their official 53 Man Roster Today after going 2-2.
Here is Jeff Fisher's Official 53 Man:

St. Louis Rams Depth Chart - '15-'16
Regular Offense
WRBrian QuickStedman BaileyChris Givens
TEJared CookLance KendricksBrad Smelley
LTGreg RobinsonJamon Brown
LGRodger SaffoldCody Wichman
CTim BarnesDemetrius Rhaney
RGBarrett JonesAndrew Donnal
RTGarrett Reynolds
WRTavon AustinKenny BrittDamian Williams
QBNick FolesAustin DavisSean Mannion
FBCorey Harkey
HBTodd GurleyTre MasonTrey Watts
Base 4-3 Defense
LDEChris LongWilliam HayesEthan Westbrooks
LDTAaron DonaldMichael Brockers
RDTNick Fairley
RDERobert QuinnEugene Sims
WLBAlec OgletreeMarshall McFadden
MLBJames LaurinaitisBryce Hager
SLBAkeem AyersJo-Lunn Dunbar
CBJanoris JenkinsTrumaine Johnson
SST.J. McDonaldCody DavisMaurice Alexander
FSMark BarronLamarcus JoynerRodney McLeod
CBE.J. GainesBrandon McGee
Special Teams
KGreg Zuerlein
PJohnny Hekker
HJohnny Hekker
PRTavon Austin
KRChris Givens
LSRodger Saffold

The Rams will open the season against the Defending NFC Champions The Seattle Seahawks in Week 1 at Home in St. Louis.

Nick Foles and Todd Gurley are two key Debuts to watch. Tune in 1:00 on Sunday.
In 2009, Russia's 3rd richest man according to Forbes, Mikhail Prokhorov, became the principal owner of the then New Jersey Nets. Prokhorov had envisioned taking of New York by storm with a then 5-year plan to win the NBA Championship in an attempt to quickly build a successful, storied Franchise in the largest city in the world, Brooklyn.

Fast-forward 5 years later, and the Brooklyn Nets are now a team with virtually no draft picks, the highest luxury tax in the league by far, and a frightening future. The GM, Billy King, made blind transactions sacrificing Brooklyn's future for a desperate "win-now" roster that truly just couldn't win.

Prokhorov has had enough of Billy King. Seeing him as simply a disappointment, King is promptly fired after the 2014-15 season with another disappointing 2nd round defeat in the playoffs. While Prokhorov was searching for a new man, he stumbled across a twitter handle *@Nets_Whiz718* who continuosly showed his true support for the franchise but also bringing great knowledge of basketball. Seeing Brooklyn as one of the most marketable cities and being that the Brooklyn fanbase, although has shown some loyalty and excitement about the new franchise, hasn't been able to connect with the franchise due to the former and current faces of the team being all acquired through free-agency or trades, Prokhorov felt like this was something new. It turns out the man behind the twitter handle is a 19 year old college whiz who's knowledge of the game is thought to be unparalleled. The college whiz who would only go by the name of "718," was hired by Prokhorov originally as a social media intern who was thought to possibly help market Brooklyn a little more and become a loved franchise within the city. However, 718's genius was too obvious to ignore and was seen by Brooklyn Nets HC Lionel Hollins. After multiple discussions between Hollins, Prokhorov, and 718, it was agreed that 718 had the mind, composure, marketability, and the "it"-factor to become the new General Manager of the Brooklyn Nets.

Now 718's roster certainly isn't one to take over the New York just yet... but it shouldn't be too hard with Knickerbockers still in town (More on that rivalry later). The Nets would go on to buyout the contract of the man originally thought to re-energize the franchise, Deron Williams. And with one more year left on Joe Johnson's controversially high contract, the Nets finally have their first opportunity since they moved to Brooklyn to shed some cap space and be able to finally climb their way out of the huge ditch Billy King stumbled into. But 718 who has mastered the skill of negotiating at the ripe age of 19, has said no one on the team is safe right now. "That dude King is a *******," 718 said after he was asked about the state of the team King had left. "As a diehard fan of this team, did King really thing that fat, lazy, selfish bum Deron Williams could turn this franchise around. Did he really think that Brook Lopez is that good? Welp now we are here. But you know what, this is where I'm going to shine. The city of Brooklyn be back. The 718 is about to take over. I know people rolling there eyes saying how is a 19 year old kid gonna save this team? Bruh its gonna happen. I promise y'all its gonna happen."

718 is bold. Confident. In many cases, probably the cockiest dude I've ever seen hold a General Manager's position in the National Basketball Association. But if he's as smart as everyone says he is, the Nets may not be in as bad of a position as one would think. Well I hope for 718's sake he can get the Nets back on track because this is a lot of pressure on a dude who wouldn't even be legally allowed to celebrate a champagne shower with the team if they were to make the playoffs. "I ain't bout the pressure. I'm worried bout us. For those of you watching, all NBA fans out there. Whether you have a team or not. If you want to watch a team who epitomizes everything Brooklyn stands for: meaning heart, defense, and a little bit of swagger. Watch us play. I ain't guaranteeing a chip in 5 years like the bossman Russian said. But I'm guaranteeing you gonna like Brooklyn Ball."
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Dynasty: cdfresh96
03:45 AM - October 30, 2015. Written by glenzariczny
Houston Rockets at Miami Heat
Nov 1, 20151ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Houston (1-2)3219222497
Miami (2-1)21302433108
Houston Rockets
James Harden398-176-102-25940424
Trevor Ariza296-174-110-02300116
Terrence Jones265-110-30-14001110
Ty Lawson294-91-20-0380009
Dwight Howard223-50-02-5500208
Donatas Motiejunas244-101-21-26100010
Jeremy Tyler294-80-00-0800118
Patrick Beverly183-52-30-0171018
Corey Brewer201-60-12-2241004
TEAM TOTALS38-8814-327-12363264897
Miami Heat
Dwyane Wade329-212-22-24552222
Goran Dragic316-122-46-62822420
Chris Bosh285-101-13-511501214
Luol Deng283-70-22-2351238
Hassan Whiteside282-30-02-31100116
Chris Andersen213-51-14-77002211
Amare Stoudemire294-60-02-26001010
Udonis Haselm194-90-01-2720009
Gerald Green182-40-04-5320038
Mario Chamers-- DID NOT PLAY --
Justise Winslow-- DID NOT PLAY --
Josh McRoberts-- DID NOT PLAY --
TEAM TOTALS38-776-1026-34542781117108
Dynasty: glenzariczny
03:31 AM - October 30, 2015. Written by glenzariczny
Miami Heat at Cleveland Cavaliers
Oct 30, 20151ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Miami (1-1)2419282293
Cleveland (2-1)22242430100
Miami Heat
Goran Dragic378-162-65-106500223
Dwyane Wade376-190-17-94700619
Luol Deng398-141-11-14401018
Chris Bosh226-110-10-06000012
Hassan Whiteside292-40-00-0901304
Gerald Green213-80-20-0210216
Mario Chalmers122-30-10-0140004
Amare Stoudemire162-30-00-0611104
Chris Andersen151-10-01-1500103
Udonis Haslem170-10-00-0300000
Justise Winslow-- DID NOT PLAY --
Josh McRoberts-- DID NOT PLAY --
TEAM TOTALS38-803-1214-21462228993
Cleveland Cavaliers
LeBron James3811-211-18-106510031
Timofey Mozgov315-70-02-210040012
Kyrie Irving375-181-60-07800111
Kevin Love295-90-00-07210110
J.R. Smith324-100-10-0401008
Anderson Varejao216-90-02-45100114
Mo Williams173-50-03-4021009
Matthew Dellavedova121-31-10-0211003
Richard Jefferson150-00-02-2210002
Jack Cooley120-40-00-2310000
Dionte Christmas-- DID NOT PLAY --
Joe Harris-- DID NOT PLAY --
TEAM TOTALS40-863-917-244621903100
Dynasty: glenzariczny
Thursday, October 29, 2015
11:45 AM - October 29, 2015. Written by stp2081
HEADLINE: Eli ties career best 5 TDs in season opener at Detroit.

New York Giants at Detroit Lions
Oct 29, 20151ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
New York Giants (0-0)45
Detroit Lions (0-0)13
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense375240
Rushing Yards7337
Passing Yards302203
First Downs2312
Punt Return Yards
Kick Return Yards
Total Yards459
3rd Down Converstion6/113/9
4th Down Conversion2/20/1
2-Point Conversion
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals6/11/2
Posession Time
New York Giants
Eli Manning31/3830650
Rashad Jennings23592.61
Shane Vereen3134.30
Henry Hynoski1110
Odell Beckham, Jr.6621
Victor Cruz7921
Larry Donnell4371
Rashad Jennings5290
Rueben Randle4491
Dwyane Harris2170
Henry Hynoski111
Detroit Lions
Matthew Stafford20/2819603
Dan Orlovsky3/43300
Theo Riddick13391
Joique Bell1-20
Theo Riddick875
Eric Ebron646
Calvin Johnson224
Golden Tate227
Dynasty: stp2081
Wednesday, October 28, 2015
04:28 AM - October 28, 2015. Written by glenzariczny
Charlotte Hornets at Miami Heat
Oct 28, 20151ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Charlotte (0-1)1819252587
Miami (1-0)2321232592
Charlotte Hornets
Marvin Williams397-142-41-35120017
Al Jefferson345-160-07-106110017
Kemba Walker316-170-43-42510215
Nicolas Batum323-90-10-0321006
Cody Zeller313-50-00-0532006
Tyler Hansbrough185-60-00-06110010
Jeremy Lin273-71-32-3282019
Jeremy Lamb182-51-20-0321005
Frank Kaminsky151-40-10-0300002
Elliot Williams-- DID NOT PLAY --
P.J. Hairston-- DID NOT PLAY --
Brian Roberts-- DID NOT PLAY --
TEAM TOTALS35-834-1513-203523110487
Miami Heat
Dwyane Wade3810-190-06-83100326
Chris Bosh327-120-02-212310216
Hassan Whiteside277-80-02-213012016
Goran Dragic405-112-41-24500313
Luol Deng392-50-10-0310034
Amare Stoudemire153-60-00-0510306
Gerald Green192-70-22-2330016
Mario Chalmers91-31-20-0010013
Udonis Haslem141-10-00-0110002
Chris Andersen120-00-00-0400100
Justise Winslow-- DID NOT PLAY --
Josh McRoberts-- DID NOT PLAY --
TEAM TOTALS38-723-913-164816261492
Dynasty: glenzariczny
03:37 AM - October 28, 2015. Written by Bleakney
The Detroit Tigers defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 2017 World Series. The World Series MVP was C James McCann. He finished with a .533 AVG and 2 RBI. Here are the rest of the awards for the year.

2017 MLB Award Winners
AL Most Valuable PlayerMasahiro TanakaSPNew York Yankees
NL Most Valuable PlayerJason HeywardRFSt Louis Cardinals
AL Cy Young AwardMasahiro TanakaSPNew York Yankees
NL Cy Young AwardMatt HarveySPNew York Mets
AL Playoff MVPNick Castellanos3BDetroit Tigers
NL Playoff MVPJoc PedersonCFLos Angeles Dodgers
AL Hank Aaron AwardGiancarlo StantonRFDetroit Tigers
NL Hank Aaron AwardAndrew McCutchenCFPittsburgh Pirates
AL Rolaids Relief AwardBrad BoxbergerCPTampa Bay Rays
NL Rolaids Relief AwardCraig KimbrelCPSan Diego Padres
AL Rookie of the YearDJ Peterson3BSeattle Mariners
NL Rookie of the YearJulio UriasSPLos Amgeles Dodgers
2017 MLB Rawlings Gold Glove Award Winners
American LeaguePosNational League
Russell Martin - TORCJonathan Lucroy - MIL
Travis Shaw - BOS1BFreddie Freeman - ATL
Robinson Cano - SEA2BJace Peterson - ATL
Josh Harrison - NYY3BMike Moustakas - ATL
JJ Hardy - TBSSAndrelton Simmons - ATL
Michael Brantley - CLEOFChristian Yelich - MIA
Jacoby Ellsbury - NYYOFCameron Maybin - STL
Rusney Castillo - BOSOFNick Markakis - ATL
Kevin Gausman - NYYPTyler Glasnow - PIT
2017 MLB Silver Slugger Award Winners
American LeaguePosNational League
John Jaso - TORCYasmani Grandal - LAD
Chris Davis - TOR1BFreddie Freeman - ATL
Robinson Cano - SEA2BStarlin Castro - CHC
Miguel Sano - NYY3BMatt Carpenter - STL
Francisco Lindor - CLESSBrandon Crawford - SF
Giancarlo Stanton - DETOFAndrew McCutchen - PIT
Mike Trout - LAAOFJason Heyward - STL
Delino De Shields Jr - TEXOFJustin Upton - SD
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Dynasty: Bleakney
Tuesday, October 27, 2015
03:15 AM - October 27, 2015. Written by Bleakney
Here is the depth chart following the 2017 trading deadline.

New York Yankees Depth Chart - 2017
  • Catcher
  • Blake Swihart
  • Francisco Cervelli
  • First Base
  • Greg Bird
  • Eric Castilla
  • Second Base
  • Jose Altuve
  • Darnell Sweeney
  • Third Base
  • Miguel Sano
  • Josh Harrison
  • Shortstop
  • Jung-ho Kang
  • Darnell Sweeney
  • Left Field
  • Josh Harrison
  • Leonys Martin
  • Aaron Judge
  • Center Field
  • Jacoby Ellsbury
  • Leonys Martin
  • Darnell Sweeney
  • Right Field
  • Jay Bruce
  • Aaron Judge
  • Leonys Martin
  • Starting Pitcher
  • Masahiro Tanaka
  • Kevin Gausman
  • Luis Severino
  • Dustin Driver
  • Dylan Bundy
  • Relief Pitcher
  • Dellin Betances
  • Justin Wilson
  • Nate Jones
  • Chasen Shreve
  • Darren O\'Day
  • Joel De La Cruz
  • Closer
  • Andrew Miller
  • Designated Hitter
  • Aaron Judge
  • Eric Castilla
  • Disabled List
  • Yordan Ventura, SP

Here are a few moves we made to bolster our roster during the season so far.

Acquired: RP Nate Jones and RP Zach Duke from CWS
Traded: RP Al Alburquerque and 2 minor league prospects

Acquired: C Christian Bethancourt from ARI
Traded: C Geovany Soto and 2 minor league prospects

Acquired: CF Leonys Martin from TEX
Traded: C Christian Bethancourt and CF Craig Gentry

Acquired: C Francisco Cervelli and a minor league prospect
Traded: 3 minor league prospects
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Dynasty: Bleakney
02:48 AM - October 27, 2015. Written by Bleakney
AL has defeated the NL 5-1 in the 2017 All-Star Game, solidifying home field advantage in the World Series, heres the rosters.

2017 MLB All-Star Game Rosters
American LeagueNational League
Ned Yost
Terry Collins
CFMike Trout - LAASSJose Reyes - COL
LFMelky Cabrera - CWSDHAJ Pollock - ARI
1BMiguel Cabrera - DETCFAndrew McCutchen - PIT
RFGiancarlo Stanton - DET1BAdrian Gonzalez - LAD
3BKyle Seager - SEACBuster Posey - SF
DHMiguel Sano - NYY3BNolan Arenado - COL
2BRobinson Cano - SEA2BNeil Walker - PIT
SSJung-ho Kang - NYYLFDavid Peralta - ARI
CJohn Jaso - TORRFJason Heyward - STL
PosPitchers & ReservesPosPitchers & Reserves
SPMike Minor - BOS (Starter)SPMichael Wacha - STL (Starter)
SPStephen Strasburg - TEXSPHomer Bailey - CIN
SPYu Darvish - TEXSPPatrick Corbin - ARI
SPMasahiro Tanaka - NYYSPBrandon Beachy - LAD
SPEduardo Rodriguez - MINSPJulio Teheran - ARI
CPTom Wilhelmsen - SEACPMatt Lindstrom - MIL
CPShawn Tolleson - TEXCPHector Rondon - CHC
CPLuke Gregerson - HOUCPJeurys Familia - NYM
CPHuston Street - LAACPJonathan Papelbon - ARI
CPZach Britton - BALCPKenley Jansen - LAD
CPGlen Perkins - MINCPCraig Kimbrel - SD
RPMychal Givens - BALRPDoug Fister
CSalvador Perez - KCCJonathan Lucroy - MIL
CStephen Vogt - OAKCAndrew Susac - MIA
1BEdwin Encarnacion - TB1BAnthony Rizzo - CHC
2BJason Kipnis - CLE2BDanny Muno - NYM
3BJed Lowrie - HOU3BMaikel Franco - PHI
SSFrancisco Lindor - CLESSAlexi Amarista - SD
2BIan Kinsler - DET1BFreddie Freeman - ATL
CFWill Venable - OAK3BMatt Carpenter - STL
CFMookie Betts - BOSRFYasiel Puig - LAD
CFJacoby Ellsbury - NYYCFDenard Span - WAS
LFMichael Brantley - CLERFYasmany Tomas - ARI
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Dynasty: Bleakney
12:55 AM - October 27, 2015. Written by Bleakney
Here are the AL pitching league leaders thru the first month of the 2017 season.

MLB League Leaders - Updated: May 1, 2017
1. Tim Stauffer - TOR51. Roberta Osuna - TOR10
2. Felix Hernandez - SEA42. Greg Holland - KC9
3. Danny Duffy - KC43. Andrew Miller - NYY7
4. Matt Boyd - DET44. Tom Wilhelmson - SEA7
5. Tyler Olson - SEA45. Glen Perkins - MIN7
Earned Run AverageERAStrikeoutsK
1. Matt Boyd - DET0.98,1. Yu Darvish - TEX44
2. Cole Hamels - TEX1.132. Marcus Stroman - TOR38
3. Collin McHugh - HOU1.403. Mike Minor - BOS37
4. Ricky Nolasco - MIN1.524. Cole Hamels - TEX36
5. Danny Duffy - KC1.595. Lance McCullers - HOU35
Innings Pitched IPWalks Plus Hits Per Innings PitchedWHIP
1. Cole Hamels - TEX40.01. Ricky Nolasco - MIN0.57
2. Danny Duffy - KC39.22. Matt Boyd - DET0.71
3. Collin McHugh - HOU38.23. Tyler Skaggs - LAA0.74
4. Felix Hernandez - SEA38.04. Mike Minor - BOS0.78
5. Tyler Skaggs - LAA38.05. Stephen Strasburg - TEX0.85
Complete GamesCGWalks AllowedBB
1. Stephen Strasburg - TEX21. Drew Smyly - TB0
2. Tyler Skaggs - LAA22. David Price - TOR2
3. Mat Latos - LAA23. Ricky Nolasco - MIN 3
4. Ricky Nolasco - MIN24. Felix Hernandez - SEA3
5. Danny Duffy - KC25. AJ Griffin - OAK4
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Dynasty: Bleakney
Monday, October 26, 2015
10:26 PM - October 26, 2015. Written by Bleakney
These are the AL offensive league leaders after one month in the 2017 season.

MLB League Leaders - Updated: May 1, 2017
Batting AverageAVGHome RunsHR
1. Jung-ho Kang - NYY.3721. Kyle Seager - SEA9
2. Byron Buxton - MIN.3702. Greg Bird - NYY9
3. Joe Mauer - MIN.3673. Chris Davis - TOR7
4. Josh Harrison - NYY.3524. Joey Gallo - TEX7
5. Mike Trout - LAA.3415. Jay Bruce - NYY6
HitsHRuns Batted InRBI
1. Francisco Lindor - CLE331. Josh Donaldson - TOR21
2. Joe Mauer - MIN332. Byron Buxton - MIN20
3. Carlos Gomez - HOU323. John Jaso - TOR19
4. John Jaso - TOR314. Michael Brantley - CLE18
5. Josh Harrison - NYY315. Aaron Judge - NYY18
Doubles 2BRuns ScoredR
1. Michael Brantley - CLE91. Kyle Seager - SEA20
2. Xander Bogaerts - BOS92. Ben Revere - TOR17
3. Delino DeShields Jr - TEX93. John Jaso - TOR 17
4. Desmond Jennings - TB84. Joey Gallo - TEX16
5. John Jaso - TOR85. Rusney Castillo - BOS16
Stolen BasesSBOn-Base Plus Slugging %OPS
1. Jose Altuve - NYY91. Greg Bird - NYY1.132
2. Jacoby Ellsbury - NYY82. Byron Buxton - MIN1.116
3. Josh Harrison - NYY73. Jung-ho Kang - NYY1.015
4. Elvis Andrus - TEX64. Carlos Gomez - HOU1.014
5. Delino De Shields Jr - TEX55. John Jaso - TOR.999
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Dynasty: Bleakney
05:18 AM - October 26, 2015. Written by Bleakney
Before the 2017 season, there were many needs that needed to be addressed in order to bolster the roster for another playoff push, with the 28th Championship as the goal for the season. These are the trades that were made.

Acquired: RP Darren O'Day from BAL
Traded: RP David Hernandez and 2 minor league prospects

Acquired: C Blake Swihart and 3B Alex Rodriguez from BOS
Traded: C Gary Sanchez, CF Billy Burns, SP Luke Jackson

Acquired: SP Kevin Gausman from BAL
Traded: SP Nathan Eovaldi and 2 minor league prospects

Acquired: CF Craig Gentry from DET
Traded: CF Kike Hernandez and CF Jordan Schafer

Acquired: RP Al Alburquerque from DET
Traded: RP Brandon League and 2 minor league prospects

Acquired: C Christian Bethancourt from ARI
Traded: C Geovany Soto and 2 minor league prospects
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Dynasty: Bleakney
03:42 AM - October 26, 2015. Written by Kumode
Golden State Warriors 2015-16 | Roster
30Stephen CurryG276'3''185$11.37M
11Klay ThompsonG256'7''205$15.50M
23Draymond GreenF256'7''230$14.26M
9Andre IgoudalaF316'6''207$11.71M
12Andrew BogutC307'0''260$13.60M
40Harrison BarnesF236'6''210$3.87M
5Marreese SpeightsC286'10''255$3.82M
19Leandro BarbosaG326'3''194$2.50M
34Shaun LivingstonG306'7''175$5.54M
31Festus EzeliC266'11''255$2.01M
1Jason ThompsonF296'11''250$6.91M
36Kevon LooneyF196'9''222$1.13M
20James Michael McAdooF226'9''230$845K
2Chris BabbG256'5''225$947K
4Brandon RushF306'6''210$1.27M
Dynasty: Kumode