Houston GM Daryl Morey buzzkilled on Monday saying that despite Yao Ming’s current healthy feet, the plan this season will be to limit his minutes and perhaps have him rest his dogs in the second half of back-to-back games. Buzz?

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The 2010 fantasy basketball rankings just-a keep on rollin’ with the top 20 small forwards for 2010 fantasy basketball. The small forward position is tricky and the one you want to navigate with the thickest of rubber fisherman boots. The top of this list is stronger than any of the other four positions, but the drop-off after the first 11 is steep.

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With the top 20 and top 10 for 2010 fantasy basketball in the can, and the top 20 point guards for 2010 fantasy basketball out of the way, it’s time to turn our attention to the spunkier, freewheeling-er set of guards: the rootin’, tootin’ top 20 shooting guards for 2010 fantasy basketball.

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There were only five Frailblazers who played in 72+ games last season and two of those guys have been collecting pensions since ’08! Look at that squad last year. They looked like Spinal Tap drummers. The Crazy 88s after Uma got done with ‘em.

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With the top 20 and top 10 for 2010 fantasy basketball in the can, it’s time delve into the top 20 point guards for 2010 fantasy basketball. Grab a croissant and dip it in a seltzer drink, or don’t. I’ve decided to eschew (gazundheit!) all drama and went with the floor generals first.

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Utah center Mehmet Okur‘s Achilles is still ackillin’ him and the speculation is that he won’t be right in time for the start of the season, which by my count means that he aggravated his Achilles a year ago, because there wasn’t any point in which he was “right” in 2009.

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I’m a big fan of cutting to the chase (unless the chases we’re cutting to happen to be in the remake of “Gone in 60 Seconds,” then not only should we skip the chases, but we should severely rethink what it was that compelled us to watch “Gone in 60 Seconds”).

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Pop quiz! Would you rather have a player that averages 25 points a game but only plays 55 games in the season or a player that averages 17 points and plays a full season? Put your calculator away. And no, you may not go to the bathroom real quick.

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There will be many of you who wouldn’t consider George Hill, the player widely dubbed as the future of the Spurs, a sleeper. There will also be many of you who see him behind Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili on the Spurs’ depth chart and understand why he might be a sleeper.

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The top 10 for 2010 fantasy basketball is in the books and for the most astute among you, you were probably anticipating our top 20 follow-up. We here at Razzball reward astuteness. You get another ranking list! And you get another ranking list!

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