As fun as it is finding newcomers that are just getting their big break, it’s just as fun when former stars return from obscurity in new key roles. So without further ado, yes, this is a waiver report featuring Jermaine O’Neal, Antawn Jamison, and Tayshaun Prince. Tayshaun Prince (33%-Owned in Yahoo! Leagues): He has put […]
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Injuries are a beautiful thing in fantasy basketball. Not simply because they open up opportunities for new faces but because so many fantasy owners will drop perennial All-Stars at the first hint of injury. Five games later, the soreness has subsided and you have a bunch of serious fantasy producers out there for the taking.
With three weeks in the books, hopefully your fantasy team has been able to carve out more wins than the Washington Wizards’ real team. Just in case you haven’t, there is still plenty of time left in the season to invest wisely and turn this ship around. Which is more than can be said of
There are waiver wire pickups, and then there are the guys who are really deep. This weekly segment will discuss a player each week that could be of use in any league with at least 10 teams and category-base scoring. The Minnesota Timberwolves are hemorrhaging players faster than the U.S. economy is money. For owners
It’s not often that you can look at the NBA injury report and see an entire team’s roster. Things are looking grim for the Timberwolves, as well as their fantasy owners, as Minnesota has three more players to add to an injury list that already includes Kevin Love, Ricky Rubio, and J.J. Barea. Suddenly guys
Since we called him the most underrated fantasy player last Monday, Larry Sanders has put up 11 PPG, 11 RPG, and 2 BPG over his last three and is now owned in most leagues. Not saying we necessarily had anything to do with it but we are calling it the NBA Jerks bump around the
With almost two weeks of NBA action in the books, the league has seen more than its share of injury replacements, breakout stars, and quick-to-fizzle-out duds. Let’s buy low and sell high in this week’s fantasy stock market. Buy E’Twaun Moore: With Jameer Nelson out, Moore has started the last three games and played over 33