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Fantasy week 20 preview

by on Mar.07, 2010, under Quick hits


Kevin Martin

Martin is fully back into the swing of things in Houston. (NBAE via Getty Images/Bill Baptist)

Game watch:

4 games: BOS, CHA, LAC, MEM, MIA, MIN, NJ, NO, NY, ORL, PHI, POR, SAC, SA, TOR, UTA, WAS
3 games: ATL, CHI, CLE, DAL, DEN, DET, GS, IND, MIL, OKC
2 games: HOU, LAL, PHO

Waiver wire watch:

  • Nicolas Batum: still starting, producing well
  • Rodrigue Beaubois: could benefit the most from Jason Terry’s injury
  • Carlos Delfino: still worth owning in some leagues (continue reading…)
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Fantasy week 9 preview

by on Dec.20, 2009, under Quick hits

Parker doesn't look himself this season. (Flickr/Vaguely Artistic)

Parker doesn't look himself this season. (Flickr/Vaguely Artistic)

Game watch:
4 games: CLE, HOU, IND, LAC, PHO, SA
3 games: ATL, BOS, CHI, DAL, DEN, DET, GS, LAL, MIA, MIL, MIN, NY, OKC, ORL, POR, SAC, UTA, WAS
2 games: CHA, MEM, NJ, NO, PHI, TOR

Waiver wire watch:

  • Marreese Speights: early return, early production, will make things difficult for other Sixers’ big men
  • C.J. Watson: continues decent play, remains relevant in deeper leagues
  • Erick Dampier: gives you the numbers you want from a starting center
  • Tony Allen: quietly making some noise, especially with Marquis Daniels out
  • Jonathan Bender: surprise signing by the Knicks, could have value in deep leagues
  • Omri Casspi: continues to hold value as long as Kevin Martin is out (continue reading…)
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Fantasy week 8 preview

by on Dec.14, 2009, under Quick hits

Dalembert is thriving with A.I. back in Philly. (NBAE via Getty Images/Jesse D. Garrabrant)

Dalembert is thriving with A.I. back in Philly. (NBAE via Getty Images/Jesse D. Garrabrant)

Game watch:
4 games: CHA, CLE, DAL, DEN, DET, HOU, IND, LAC, LAL, MEM, MIN, NJ, NO, NY, OKC, ORL, PHI, POR, SAC, TOR, UTA, WAS
3 games: ATL, BOS, CHI, GS, MIA, MIL, PHO, SA

Waiver wire watch:

  • C.J. Watson: continues to play well, even with Anthony Morrow back in the lineup
  • Jarrett Jack: benefits most from Jose Calderon’s absence
  • Erick Dampier: picking things up from where he left them before illness
  • Beno Udrih: subtly productive
  • Dorrell Wright: consistently getting 25+ minutes, good for threes (continue reading…)
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Fantasy week 7 preview

by on Dec.06, 2009, under Quick hits

A.I. returns Monday. You know you're intrigued. (AP Photo/Michael Perez)

A.I. returns Monday. You know you're intrigued. (AP Photo/Michael Perez)

Game watch:
4 games: CHI, CLE, DEN, GS, MIN, NJ, POR, SA, TOR, UTA
3 games: ATL, BOS, CHA, DAL, DET, HOU, IND, LAL, MEM, MIL, NO, OKC, ORL, PHI, PHO, SAC
2 games: LAC, MIA, NY, WAS

Waiver wire watch:

  • Joel Przybilla: Oden’s absence means significant minutes for The Vanilla Gorilla
  • C.J. Watson: despite crowded, talented backcourt, he’s earning his minutes and contributing
  • Ryan Gomes: on a roll, despite Kevin Love’s return
  • Luke Ridnour: inconsistent, but good lines outweigh the bad ones lately (continue reading…)
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Quick hits: Oberto a Wizard, Williams healthy, Watson closer to Orlando

by on Aug.11, 2009, under Quick hits

  • Fabricio Oberto finally signed with the Washington Wizards on Tuesday for a one-year deal worth $2 million.  He’ll be introduced on
    Williams says he's "100 percent."  Expect good things from him this season.  (http://hoopedia.nba.com/)

    Williams says he's "100 percent." Expect good things from him this season. (http://hoopedia.nba.com/)

    Wednesday.  For the Wizards, this marks the end of a pretty successful summer.  The team will look like a sure playoff contender when the season begins, given the pending returns of Gilbert Arenas and Brendan Haywood, the addition of Randy Foye and Mike Miller and a new coach in Flip Saunders at the helm.  Oberto’s value remains negligible, except in the deepest of leagues.  He’ll contend for playing time behind Brendan Haywood with the up-and-coming Javale McGee and Andray Blatche.  If one of these players goes down with a long-term injury, give Oberto a look.  Otherwise, ignore him.

  • Marvin Williams, the newly re-signed, talented forward on the Atlanta Hawks, says he is “100 percent.”  We figured that he’d be healthy when the season begins, and Williams was already on an upward swing.  Expect him to build on his numbers from last year.
  • C.J. Watson, the backup point guard on the Golden State Warriors, appears a step closer to being dealt to the Orlando Magic.  If he does, indeed, suit up for the Magic when the season begins, he won’t see anywhere near the 24:30 he saw per game last season, unless Jameer Nelson goes down with another serious injury.
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