21. eleibowitz - Bill Russell, Shawn Marion, Paul Pierce, Gary Payton, Swen Nater
Anytime you can get 3570 minutes of 44% creb, 70 def at 100% pf/c at pick 21, you've got a good steal. See: what I said about Big Ben, only add 700 minutes. I love the Matrix here. Boards are a little crappy for a 4 where he's 100%, but he works well at 98% for a 3. I might look at a flex forward so you could perhaps get that extra 2% out of Matrix by starting him at the 4, but you have a ton of flexibility going forth. The guys after you have 52-53% efg% with good defense. You have 56% with good defense. I'll take the latter over the former (bill's only a tier 5 usage guy, so I'm not worried about him hurting you offensively much). Pierce was an excellent pickup and someone I really wanted in both rounds 2 & 3. His 10-11 season is perfect for this league. Glove is someone I can't believe fell as far as he did considering some of the love people used to bear for him. He brings you a lot of good and some bad. I don't think you're using the best version of him for your team, but it's still solid. Nater is very nice, especially when Russell is a flipside defender. Your defensive boards is extremely strong & your offense is quite good as well. The only thing I dislike is that Glove is your highest usage player & your weakest shooter (after Russ, of course). Very good team that should win a ton.
Ash agree about the Glove's usage, I might use a different Glove depending on how the 6th round shakes out. Even if I get my guys still may keep that Glove depends how the numbers look. Risk vs reward plus how my money situation is... In the end even though Glove's usage is higher Pierce and Marion are so close I think it will minimize the impact of Glove's higher usage. I have to see how much I gain by using that Glove vs another one