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Another week is in the books in our intense Razzball Elite league, with The Nature Boy still atop the standings, but a huge 8-1 week from Like A Josh has closed the gap to one game.  The 8 wins came at the expense of our own Pete Nice, who’s suffering more injuries than Arnold in Terminator 2.  Losing Jrue has him needing to go to secondary power!   Recaps from owners are below (well, only Slim and I showed up this week!), and good luck to all of your dynasty and deep-league teams in week 12!

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It’s been a while since we checked in with our Razzball Elite League, but after 10 weeks I’m still not at .500!  Fortunately I’m at .494, but it’s certainly been a much better year for first place The Nature Boy, although he couldn’t beat me!  62-25-3 with five of those losses at my hands…  Talk about embarrassing!  As we head into the second half of the regular season, teams are gearing up for the stretch run to notch a top 6 spot for the playoffs.  Recaps from owners are below, and good luck to all of your dynasty and deep-league teams in week 11!

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Another week has wrapped up in the Razzball Elite League, with The Nature Boy still in first despite losing 4-5 to a scrubby team.  Yes that scrubby team was mine!  Sure, I was a little lucky this time out, but after my bitter rant fest last week, I was due some luck.  It’s actually an old family trick that I learned from my dad playing him in cribbage.  He’ll just get so mad and whiny, then all the sudden he’s hitting double runs like it’s no one’s business!  Anyone without family heritage from the north has no idea what the hell that was about…  Recaps from owners from their week 7 matchups are below, and good luck to all of your dynasty and deep-league teams in week 8!

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 Another week has wrapped up in the Razzball Elite League, with The Nature Boy putting together a big 7-1-1 win to move into first place.  For your truly, it was another infuriating loss to a team of scrubs.  Which makes my guys even more scrubbish!  Turrible.  Recaps from the owners who want to share their triumphs and tribulations are below, good luck to all you deep leaguers in week 7!

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The Razzball Elite League (REL) is through 5 weeks and Barking BassetHounds maintains the top spot in the standings.  Another 6-3-0 victory gets them to 31-13-1 while I finally put together a winning week of 6-3-0 as well to start climbing out of the cellar.  It’s a slow climb, kinda like the stressful agony contestants have to watch in The Price Is Right’s “Mountain Climber” game.  “Yo-do-leddy-yo!”  Write-ups included are from managers themselves as we march through our inaugural season:

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The Razzball Elite League (REL) has just wrapped up week 4, with the Barking BassetHounds moving into a first place tie with our own Pete Nice with records of 25-10-1.  Go get em Petey!

We’ve moved the REL update to Tuesdays to hopefully give a few more owners time to recap their teams.  It’s easy for me to recap my team and FAAB pickups Monday morning as I’m up all night!  But laziness persists in Razzball Nation…  Especially when I keep thinking I’m going to get more FAAB competition but never do…  And I still can’t win a week!  Sigh… Here’s how week 4 went down:

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The Razzball Elite League (REL) has just wrapped up its third week, with Martyball – IFBL taking a huge 8-1-0 victory and vaulting into first place.

Since I’m A – lazy, and B – don’t like trying to articulate what others are thinking, I’m going to only put in recaps from fantasy owners themselves in the league if they want to contribute.  So if you’re in the REL and didn’t see my post on the league, shoot me an e-mail sometime on any Sunday night with your thoughts on the previous week if you want your voice heard on the post!  If you’re in a deep league yourself and wondering who’s out there on your very thin wire, checking out the FAAB moves made by the REL competish should help guide you a bit.  Here’s how the league is looking:

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Week two has wrapped up in the inaugural season of the Razzball Elite League (REL), and things are starting to round into form.. For me that means getting two starters back!  Money!

If you’re still new to hearing about the league, it’s a deep 20-man roster H2H league, standard 9 cat with primarily members of Razzball Nation and a few other friends in the hoops world.  All transactions are made weekly by FAAB on Monday morning and can keep you attune to the dregs of the barrel of guys producing.  Even marginally.  Basically anyone alive.  Here’s how things are looking:

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The first week of the inaugural Razzball Elite League (REL) is in the books!  While my team surely disappointed, I have a lot of young talent and minor injuries I’m getting through and still have a very positive outlook to the future.  Then again maybe I’m Wiggin’ out for Wiggins!

So if you’re not in the REL, why should ya even care?  Well, the league is a 20-team deep dynasty league, and tracking our esteemed players’ moves can help keep you mindful of your own dynasty leagues or even guys to add to your Watch List in redraft leagues that may be breaking out under-the-radar or on the verge of a big step forward.  It also can help gauge FAAB movements and your bidding throughout the season – although owners were very shy this week!  The ear of every team is on the pulse (or some metaphor like that) of any new NBA moves and developments and can help keep you attune to the guys emerging off the wire.  Every pickup can be a $1 keeper on a lifetime contract (rookies every year in drafts will go extremely high), so FAAB bidding is the life’s blood of winning the league.

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