Early Returns on the Warriors-Pacers Trade

Al Harrington

Al Harrington is looking good in Oakland.

It’s been a little over a week since the Warriors and Pacers swapped quartets of players. Let’s take a quick look at the fantasy impact so far.

To date, the biggest beneficiary (by far) has been Al Harrington, who’s been playing some strong ball since arriving in Oakland, and is the 14th-ranked player over the past two weeks. Stephen Jackson has had one great game and two bad ones (not to mention his off-court distractions). On the Indy side of things, Troy Murphy has seen a bump up in value, playing at about a top-80 level since the trade, and Mike Dunleavy has improved a little as well, playing near a top-100 level.

Overall, from a fantasy perspective, this has been one of those trades that truly helps both sides (at least so far).

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