With the top 20, top 10 and top PG for 2011 fantasy basketball in the can, it’s time to turn to an altogether shallower, moodier band of horses: the top 20 point guards for 2011 fantasy basketball. Unlike their shorter, faster PG counterparts, if yo don’t grab the few elite two-guards, you can go a large chunk of your draft skipping the position and making up for it later.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Remember on Wednesday when we went over the top 10 for 2011 fantasy basketball? We read, then laughed, then cried a little, then snorted after a failed attempt at holding in additional crying, which led to an unfortunate snot bubble, which led to my snickering at your snot bubble.
The average team last year went through 11 different starting rotations. The Lakers alternated between two, the Pistons patchworked 22 different rotations together. With either team, the starting SF carried the most job security.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Pip-pip! Huzzah! Ha-cha-cha! And bully! It’s time to wake grandma up, ask her where she keeps the key to the liquor cabinet, threaten her with permanent relocation to a faraway retirement community if she doesn’t tell you where the key is, get the key, use the key, grab that $9 bottle of champagne and pop that sucker.Please, blog, may I have some more?
I almost titles this entry, “Even Burt Reynolds Can’t Touch Ronny Anderson,” but I decided against it because I’m pretty sure Burt Reynolds, could, in fact, touch Ron Anderson. Anderson was selected third overall in this year’s draft, mainly as an insurance policy against either Danny Manning or Benoit Benjamin going el-busto.Please, blog, may I have some more?
The Clippers’ “other” top draft pick, Charles Smith, is averaging 18.1 pts/6.1 rbd for the maligned squad in his first three weeks. He’s started every game so far, which is nice. But he’s also committed either four or five fouls in every game so far, which has limited his production.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Week 20 in the NBA lockout brought the bleakest news yet, with the player’s union opting to disband and the owners letting them. Time to celebrate! We’ve illustrated the pattern of players jumping ship since July 1.
Despite a dearth of open roster spots overseas, I’d still expect to see a spike in players freakin’ out and going to Turkey (where most people who freak out end up) in the coming weeks.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Boston’s Reggie Lewis really wasn’t much of a factor last season. He averaged less than 7/2/2 as a rookie. But so far this season, he’s taken on a premiere spot on the bench and has been da bomb for Boston so far this season.Please, blog, may I have some more?
A couple weeks ago we looked at how the Lakers dismantled and, um, re-mantled five championship teams throughout the ’80s. Here’s a look at the shifting tides for Chicago’s first and only six championships.
I’ll keep the commentary to a minimum, but I always forget how different the first three teams were from the last three.Please, blog, may I have some more?