Tag: Dime Magazine
The title of this post is an exaggeration, of course — but only by a hair from Manu’s thinning dome.
Remember that fantasy basketball preview in Dime Magazine I mentioned last week? Well, for those of you bums who either don’t subscribe to that glorious print publication or were too penurious to go out and pick up a copy of the issue, good news: it’s being posted onto DimeMag.com, piece by piece.
- Top 101 Fantasy Basketball Players in 2010-11 (with commentary for the top 10)
- Top 10 NBA Sleepers in 2010-11
- How to Build the Perfect Fantasy Basketball Team
- The 24 Best Fantasy Basketball Category Specialists
Please bear in mind that all this was originally written back in early September. While I updated some stuff for the Web editions, I tried to leave as much of it alone as possible.
Feel free to love or hate on it to your heart’s content in the comments section below.
It’s the eve of the 2009-10 NBA season and that means there will be a lot of lineup tweaking tonight.
If you’re looking for a quick look at the fantasy week ahead, take a gander at my post at Dimemag.com, “Dime’s Fantasy Week 1 Primer.”
For a quick preview of what’s there, here’s a summary of the number of games each team plays in the NBA’s first week back:
4 games: BOS, CLE, LAC, POR
3 games: ATL, CHI, CHA, DAL, DEN, DET, HOU, LAL, MEM, MIA, MIN, NJ, NO, NY, OKC, ORL, PHO, PHI, SAC, SA, TOR, WAS
2 games: GS, IND, MIL, UTA
Click on through to see which players are no-brainers, tough calls and do not starts for week one.
I’m excited to announce that I’ll be the new Fantasy Doctor at Dimemag.com!
By no means am I abandoning this blog! It just means I’ll be linking to content on their site every now and then.
My first post at Dimemag.com is up: The 5 most intriguing players with new teams in 2009-10.
Let me know what you think and feel free to be as brutally honest as you wish.