The NBA has opened up its ballots for this season’s NBA All-Stars, so why don’t we do the same for fantasy basketball?
Today we’re opening up a list of “ballots” for the “2010-11 NBA Fantasy All-Stars,” broken down by conferences and positions. Vote based on whatever you want — straight-up value so far this season, returns based on draft positions, or even completely subjective love or hatred for players. You get two votes for PG, SG, SF and PF, and one vote for C.
Official results will be posted on Jan. 27, the same day the NBA will officially announce the starters for the real-life 2010 All-Star Game. The link to the ballots will remain at the top of the site until then.
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This week’s Fantasy Basketball Roundtable is hosted over at Lester’s Legends. The topic is: Who has been the most surprising jewel of your draft, and do you anticipate continued success the rest of the way?
Here’s my response: (continue reading…)
If you’ve got some time (and fantasy basketball questions/concerns) to kill, join me at this week’s “Fantasy Basketball: Tuesday Chat” over at Yahoo!’s Roto Arcade. It starts at 8 p.m. EST.
Much thanks to Justin Phan at Roto Arcade for the kind invitation to participate.
I hope you can make it.
This week I have the distinct pleasure of hosting the Fantasy Basketball Roundtable. My prediction for this week’s discussion? In the words of the great Clubber Lang, “Pain.”
Since all the respondents are devoted fantasy basketball bloggers and supposed “experts” in this wonderful field of study, I thought it would be nice for our readers to get a glimpse into our amateur moments — to humanize us and make us more relatable, if we weren’t already. Little did I know how afflicted the answers would turn out to be. They read like a series of tear-soaked letters from spurned lovers recounting regrettable romances that have all gone awry and ended in soul-crushing heartbreaks. Without further ado, here is the pointed question I put to our panel of fantasy basketball authorities:
Who has turned out to be your most shameful draft pick?
Get those handkerchiefs ready. Here are the dismal responses, with the shameful players’ names in red: (continue reading…)
This week’s Fantasy Basketball Roundtable is hosted over at Rotoprofessor. The topic is: Looking at the owned percentages on different popular fantasy basketball sites, who is one player you feel is still being overlooked and should be added in more leagues?
Here’s my take: (continue reading…)