Fantasy Football Week 13 Trade Values Chart

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What is the Trade Values Chart? Since its creation in 2011, CBS Sports has been the home of the original Fantasy Football Trade Values Chart, designed to help guide you in making fair trades in your non-PPR, PPR and SuperFlex/2QB leagues. Values are determined by expected future performance, future schedule and public sentiment, not past performance. 

The values assigned to the players below are a long-term measurement of their Fantasy value. By adding two players’ values you could determine what one player you should be able to get in return. However, Fantasy managers should take off 20% of the value in any trade where one side has two or more players than the other. Any player not on the chart should be considered valued at no more than four points.

More Week 13 help: Cut List | Waiver Wire | RB Preview | QB Preview | WR Preview | TE

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NBA trade tracker: Hornets complete sign-and-trade with Celtics for Gordon Hayward; Pelicans land Steven Adams

The NBA’s offseason will be moving at a lightning speed this time around as the league has to fit the draft, free agency, training camp and the preseason all before the regular season tips off on Dec. 22. The NBA Draft has come and gone, with free agency having opened on Nov. 20. Although the free agency market won’t be as robust this offseason as teams prepare for bigger names to become available in 2021, the trade market is expected to be incredibly active. 

Now that the transaction moratorium has lifted around the league, trades can now be made official, and teams are starting to deal players and picks to better position themselves for the upcoming season. Here are the latest trades that have been reported around the league.

Hornets, Celtics complete sign-and-trade for Gordon Hayward

The Boston Celtics aren’t losing forward Gordon Hayward to the Charlotte Hornets for nothing.

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Michigan teenagers open sneakers store to buy, sell, trade

OKEMOS, Mich. (AP) — Keith Whitfield, Keaton Woods and Lonnie and Leonard Smith love shoes.

Whether they are Jordan 1 Retro High Travis Scott, Kanye West’s Yeezys 350 Zebra or Nike’s classic Air Force 1 ’07, the four high schoolers trade and sell footwear at school or on streets, hoping to obtain a trendier, costlier or more fashionable sole.

They are sneakerheads and, last month, they opened a store in Okemos called House of Soles to take their hobby to the next level. There, they buy, sell and trade sneakers, mostly used, some basically new but pre-owned, according to the Lansing State Journal.

“Every time I would get shoes and would not want to wear them anymore, I would start selling them on the street,” said Lonnie Smith, who is 16 and the chief executive officer of House of Soles. “I thought might as well get a shoe store to

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News of a new trade pact, gives sterling a lift

  • the dollar continues to weaken, albeit very slowly…

  • What’s up with the 10-year Treasury’s yield?

Good Day… And a Tom Terrific Tuesday to you! I totally forgot to mention this yesterday.. Over the weekend we learned that youngest son, Alex, learned that his offer on a house, had been accepted (I told him that meant he offered too much! HA!) and he will soon be a Home Care person… He said, you mean home owner? I said, no the bank is the owner, you just take care of the home until the loan is paid off, then you become a home owner… He was not pleased with that… I told him most people would call him a home owner, so just go with that! I opened Pandora’s Box of replies yesterday, when I said that the election hadn’t been officially declared yet… Well, I now know who they voted for!

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Real Estate: Trade down, hold on or cash out

Sabrina Belleci, Special to the Tribune
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INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — It’s that time of year when property owners in Incline Village and Crystal Bay start to think about whether they want to continue using their place at Lake Tahoe or explore other options.

With our local real estate market in a steady uptrend it’s an excellent time to contemplate whether to trade up, trade down, hold on or cash out.

Owners of single-family homes that have appreciated by 10% or more in the past few months who have been thinking about downsizing into a condominium could find themselves enjoying the best of both worlds. This is especially true if you have a property with a lake view or a house in the Millcreek, Lakeview or Championship Golf Course neighborhoods.

With a relatively small supply and very good demand for these types of places you can likely sell your property

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Wall Street Favoring Stay-At-Home Trade As Virus Cases Mount And Vaccine Still A Ways Away

Key Takeaways:

  • Initial jobless claims number came in at a less-than-expected 709,000
  • Headline, core CPI data show no monthly change in inflation
  • VIX, gold move higher; 10-year Treasury yield dips

This week, the stock market has seen a tug of war between growth stocks and value names as investors have been rethinking the balance between companies that would benefit from an economic reopening and those that would be helped if people stay at home longer.

This morning it seems that investors are leaning slightly toward the stay-at-home end of the pendulum swing, perhaps as a result of coronavirus cases that continue to mount ahead of the coldest months of the year and the realization that a vaccine likely will still take some time for approval and wide distribution. That likely means more economic pain for longer, especially for small businesses.

While the stock market this morning

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Detroit contractor buys land, plans on building skilled trade training center

“We are looking to grow our footprint,” said Brian McKinney.

McKinney has a vision – a plan that will not only expand his business Gayanga Co. but help build up Detroiters and the city they call home.

“We will demolish the existing structure and clean the area of all the environmental contaminants that are under the ground,” he said.

McKinney is currently using the Police Athletic League headquarters to train people in skilled trades. But he just acquired three parcels of land on Lawton and one more on Livernois. The sites will be used to house a new headquarters, full-service garage, and a training facility

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Fantasy Football Week 10 Trade Values Chart: Let’s make a deal

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What is the Trade Values Chart? Since its creation in 2011, CBS Sports has been the home of the original Fantasy Football Trade Values Chart, designed to help guide you in making fair trades in your non-PPR, PPR and SuperFlex/2QB leagues. Values are determined by expected future performance, future schedule and public sentiment, not past performance. 

The values assigned to the players below are a long-term measurement of their Fantasy value. By adding two players’ values you could determine what one player you should be able to get in return. However, Fantasy managers should take off 20% of the value in any trade where one side has two or more players than the other. Any player not on the chart should be considered valued at no more than four points.

More Week 10 help: Waiver Wire | Believe

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Upland lets players trade virtual property for real money using Tilia Pay

Upland is launching virtual asset trading using Second Life’s payment network, dubbed Tilia Pay. That means that you’ll be able to acquire real-world properties in Upland’s virtual world and sell them for a profit that comes back to you in real cash.

This is an example of what goes around comes around in Silicon Valley. Back in 2010, Keith Lee started a company called Booyah, which created MyTown. It was a version of Monopoly where you used real-world locations and could take them over.

With Palo Alto, California-based Upland, that same game has been updated with technologies such as blockchain and non-fungible tokens (NFTs). The company sees this as the beginning of a metaverse, the universe of virtual worlds that are all interconnected, like in novels such as Snow Crash and Ready Player One. (We’re doing a metaverse conference on January 27).

Linden Lab created the digital payment and

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Finding Homes for Top Available Free Agents After the NFL Trade Deadline | Bleacher Report

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    The NFL trade deadline passed with few moves as teams decided to be conservative during an irregular season with looming salary-cap uncertainties for 2021.

    Yet, that doesn’t mean front offices won’t look to improve rosters. Midway through the campaign, a handful of notable names remain available in the free-agent pool. Most of them had contact with clubs interested in their services. 

    Typically, teams in the playoff hunt will give a big-profile player a shot to reinvent himself in new surroundings with a low-risk, high-reward signing. Of course, these veterans are out of work for a reason—injuries, aging and character concerns top the list. 

    We’ve identified the top five free agents based on recent production and interest from teams while finding ideal homes for them with roster fits and needs in mind. 

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    Between the 2018 and 2020 seasons, Mohamed

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