I think it's hard to sell high on a guy when you are shopping him. Making an offer of Kupp for Adams is basically saying "I don't think Kupp will continue this production and I think Adams is better, are you dumb enough to think Kupp is better?" You need to express interest in Adams and then later work Kupp into the conversation, like... Hm, I know you wanted picks and players for Adams... I might consider moving Kupp if Adams is coming back, how do you feel about Kupp?hoos89 wrote: ↑Wed Oct 30, 2019 7:40 pmI've already sent Kupp for Adams...also sent Kupp + late first for Hopkins. Not sure whether Kupp isn't more valuable than JuJu at this point, and the owner is .500, barely in the playoffs (6 of 6), 6ppg behind 5th and 22.5 behind 1st. Not sure he'd go for JuJu+ for Kupp...but maybe worth asking?pvillebiker wrote: ↑Wed Oct 30, 2019 6:22 pmhard pass. keep Kupp or aim higher. ideas:
Kupp for JuJu (most JuJu'ers are down on him now at least until next season... for good reason)
Kupp for Adams (yeah, still working on getting that one down me-self)
Kupp + ? for Hopkins. not as crazy as it was a few weeks ago.
best of luck!
Positional 1-1 offers always seem off to me as it's basically saying that I like your player more than the one I'm offering. Unless of course it's a team construction type thing like sending Julio to a contender for like Sutton on a rebuilding team.