As much as I like to think this year’s draft class will have an instant impact, it does not look like that will be the case. John Wall will be a solid fantasy player this season, and Evan Turner might help your team in stretches, but it is very hard to find any other players that will consistently help your fantasy season.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Deep breath. We’ve come to the end of the 2010 fantasy basketball rankings for roto leagues. H2Hers, your due is due. Also, your Dew is diet. It was on sale. Also², those who actually took a deep breath a second ago should exhale.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Louis Amundson – Remember how shocked you were the first time you found out Greg Ostertag wasn’t from Lithuania or Poland or something? Yeah, I still have that feeling every time I look at Amundson. Dude’s got to be from Sweden … no?Please, blog, may I have some more?
Lemme guess, you saw a picture of an Indiana Pacer and you almost skipped over this post as a premeditated strike against boredom. Either that, or you did skip over this post as a premeditated strike against boredom and a buddy of yours who read this post told you later about how I predicted your actions.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Let’s not pussyfoot around here (I just vacuumed): would you trust David Kahn and his Minnesota Timbergoofs (or is it “Timbergooves”?) with your fantasy team? No. You wouldn’t. You would? No. You wouldn’t. Stop it. Despite the facts that Wesley Johnson was the best player Minnesota was likely going to get in this year’s draft and that Kahn managed to accidentally not mess it up, the third-year Orange is still entering into a system that needs a lot of Band-Aids, and not the kind where Kate Hudson tags along on your tour bus, bro.Please, blog, may I have some more?
At this point, the tale is out on Sacramento’s DeMarcus Cousins: he’ll be awesome if he can harness his atomic attitude and a massive bust if he can’t. Let’s say it’s that cut ‘n’ dry – it isn’t. I know, but we’re just saying it is for the sake of argument.Please, blog, may I have some more?
The big boned Sean May broke his foot and will be out ’til after training camp. May’s feet were tired of all the stress and strain and put their two weeks notice in. After three consecutive days of coming into work late, filthy and constantly harassing the secretaries, the rest of Sean May asked his foot to go away immediately.Please, blog, may I have some more?
When we last saw Josh Childress, he was an underused forward with a killer afro and issues with his playing time. So he skipped off to Greece in hopes of getting his groove back. And get his groove back he did, assuming you define “getting one’s groove back” as making almost no progress whatsoever.Please, blog, may I have some more?