2010-11 Fantasy basketball mock draft w/ Weakside Help: Round 11

Mario Chalmers

If you don't recognize this dude, it's time to start learning the name "Mario Chalmers." You'll be seeing him a lot on TV this season. (Keith Allison/Flickr)

The pickings are getting slimmer than than Fatboy — or Shady — or Carlos. (Ouch, 0-for-3.)

I’m already getting teary over the fact that we’re nearing the end of this delightful mocking adventure but there’s still work to be done, so let’s truck on, friends.

Concerning Luol Deng vs. Rashard “the hack” Lewis, it appears that things have nearly evened out. Regardless of the outcome, I’m glad Henry and I will have this trifling scuffle to keep track of throughout the season.

We’re not working with all that much in these parts, but what we have are a bunch of players who, like Henry said in round 10, have shots at making some serious comebacks. The rest of the picks basically force you to choose between the known and the unknown. The risks are certainly mitigated down in the last three rounds, but a steal down here will draw the ire and admiration of your opponents.

For you naughty ones who have to catch up, here are round oneround tworound threeround fourround fiveround sixround sevenround eight, round nine and round 10.

Now, onward to the almighty round 11:

121. Andris Biedrins (joins K. Durant, T. Evans, A. Horford, P. Pierce, M. Camby, J. Terry, M. Thornton, T. Thomas, Ge. Hill, S. Ibaka): This guy had one of the more painfully awful seasons in 2009-10. Just two seasons ago, Biedrins averaged 12/11 and 1.6 blocks while shooting 58 percent from the floor. If I may be so bold, when he’s healthy Biedrins is Dwight-lite, with fewer turnovers. His health issues and the presence of David Lee are serious causes for concern, but if he can stay on the floor and play consistent minutes, AB could be a big get here at No. 121. If anything, he should be a decent stopgap should Camby go down with an injury or if Ibaka is stuck in a rut.

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