Fantasy Basketball Roundtable: Best buy-low candidates

by on Nov.09, 2010, under Other

Anthony Randolph

If there's one thing Randolph has done well thus far, it's imitating the collective facial expression of his fantasy owners. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

This week’s Fantasy Basketball Roundtable is hosted over at Damn Lies & Statistics. The topic is: Of players who have disappointed so far this season, who is the best buy-low candidate?

Here’s my take:

Anthony Randolph strikes me as a very appealing buy-low candidate, not only because he still has significant upside, but also because he can be probably be had for 20 cents on the dollar right now. He reeks of disappointment and is probably agonizing for his owners to hold, which makes him easier to pry away from their jaded grips than other more-proven buy-low guys are. I might be going out on a limb here, but I still think he’ll approach 23-26 minutes a night if his frail frame can handle it, which means he’ll be plastering numbers all over the place before the season’s done. Buy low, buy cheap.

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