If you’re a loyal reader, you know my weekly calendar consists of Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Rondae. Unfortunately, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson has been out six games due to injury and wasn’t the model of consistency when he did play. Of all the things in this world that you want consistency from, the calendar has to be top 3, right? The other two would have to be the effort played on defense by the squad you root for and the lack of lag when streaming something online. The All-Star game is scheduled for Sunday, February 18th. What if the calendar shows it to be on Monday one day then Friday the next? With the proliferation of digital calendars, I forsee this to be a huge problem in the future. Address me as futurist Son from now on. Anyways, the way Andre Drummond has been playing recently, everday should be called Dre Day. Last night, he went:
He’s had eight straight double-dubs, with two of those being 20/20 and one 30/20. Outside of downtowners and free throws, Dre has literally stuffed the stat sheet, as there has not been one bagel in any category. Borderline top 5 player over the past eight games. Everyday is Dre Day.
Here’s what else I saw last night:
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Rudy has been hard at work in the lab. His latest creation? DAILY LINEUPS PAGE. So good. So smooth. So helpful. He decided to go with the Sonny Bono red tint, while I prefer the blue tint. What say you?
Noah could build an ark and house two of every freaking species for 40 days and 40 nights, yet….a basketball game was cancelled because the roof was leaking. Well, it makes my job easier, as it’s one less game I have to write about, but man…..DISCLAIMER: I did stack the aforementioned game between the New Orleans Pelicans and Indiana Pacers for DFS. Doing a little due diligence, the Smoothie King Center was the place where sensitive medical operations were conducted following Hurricane Katrina. I assume that means a place that doesn’t allow water to come down through the roof. Reading a little more, exterior renovations were made in 2014: new entrances, painting, and a new outer LED lighting system. One coat of Leak Fix. Just one.
LeBron James wasn’t messing around, as he messed around last night.
Played 48 minutes. The game went to OT, but still. I thought LeJuggernaught would not make an appearance until after the All-Star break. I guess I was mistaken. The game-saving block and game-winning shot all within the final 2 seconds. We are all witnesses.
When you walk through a casino and see the craps tables, most of the time you won’t hear anything but, “seven out.” Every once in a while, though, you will hear people screaming, jumping up for joy, and hugging and high-fiving each other. “We got ourselves a shooter, ladies and gentlemen.” The JR Smith experience.
Played 31 minutes. Less shots for IT, more shots for LeJuggernaught equals W for Cavs. At least for one night. I still believe in IT and think he will do damage down the stretch.
Played 29 minutes. With no Dwayne Wade or Kevin Love, Green usually sees an increase in minutes and usage. Only good for spot starts, though.
Leads the league with 47 double-dubs. He’s played 56 games.
There will be times when I sit out a roll at the craps table. What happens once in a while is that shooter gets hot. Like fire hot. Like “people screaming, jumping up for joy, and hugging and high-fiving each other” hot. In those scenarios, one just has to sit out. You don’t want to buy the top and, more importantly, you don’t want to be “that guy.” Really, the best thing to do in that scenario is find another table. Ladies and gentlemen, the Jeff Teague experience. DISCLAIMER: I had Teague in a DFS lineup last night, the one with the NO/IND stack. I can rarely benefit from his ceiling games.
So consistently good. It’s kind of freaky actually. Butler is a top 10 player for fantasy. Imagine if he didn’t have a rough start to the season.
LMA ain’t no joke. The Suns on the other hand?
Davis Bertans got the start at center and played 26 minutes.
Played 23 minutes. Has he lost his starting job? News at 11.
The Suns lost 129-81. No blurbs for you!
Ok, I lied. Injury to Ulis, no Devin Booker, and blowout all contributed to getting substantial run. Someone to keep an eye with all the injuries in the backcourt for Phoenix.
With Monroe out of town, should get plenty of run going forward and has the potential to win leagues.
Alex Len played 18 minutes.
It’s been intimated by some that Len could be injured or the Suns are limiting his minutes because of his injury history. Keep an eye on the minutes, because we know he can ball out when he gets them.
Started at power forward and played 32 minutes. I’ve played out the Bender angle the past few days. How about this? He’s been a Drag-an the emotional state of those that own and play him. That’s why I get paid the big bucks.
Maybe changing teams and playing in a new city isn’t so easy after all? Both the Butler and Rubio have had similar fantasy seasons. Let’s remember that not all NBA players are robots.
Still recovering from an illness. I’ve had two tours with the flu over the past two weeks. Each one lasting around four days. I could barely write the recaps. Don’t know how Mitchell has been able to play the past few.
He gone. Will make a really nice piece for the contender that acquires his services. At least when he’s healthy. Like we always say, “It’s always dangerous in the Hood.”
Played 35 minutes. Nice bounceback game after his debacle the other night. I don’t think he’s a particularly good player, but he’s getting a ton of run and high usage rate.
This is what I wrote for yesterday’s recap: Yawn. This is how a junkie must feel. The high is never high enough. Only performances of historical significance get me Harden excited now. That makes me a junkie, huh? Still not doing anything for me, James.
I mean….if I can’t get excited about Harden, there’s no way I can give love to his neigbor.
My son! Played 39 minutes and was en fuego.
Talk about en fuego. My son delivered from the right, while Dragic delivered from the left. And the Heat still lost by 8.
Played 33 minutes. More importantly, he played in the fourth quarter. Figuring out the Whiteside minutes is more difficult than my first expedition for the clit.
Played 33 minutes. Scroll up re-read the Teague blurb. Very similar. Only difference, is that I did not roster him in DFS.
Played 32 minutes. Since I quoted myself earlier for something postive I wrote, I’m an equal opportunity employer, so it’s only fair that I quote myself from something I was wrong about: That’s why I can’t go full 100% in on Allen because I think he and Okafor both get run, neutering the ceiling of both. Okafor played 9 minutes.
Played 36 minutes. Last 4 games: 11, 9, 10, and 9 dimes. Oh, how could I forget. REVENGE!!! Detroit had him.
Got the start at small forward and played 36 minutes. Making all the members of the NYS Laborers Union proud. Dude’s been kind of balling. Since this is the night to quote myself, “Is a skilled offensive player. While he can shoot from downtown, I like that he does attack the rim when the opportunity is there. Will grab boards and dish out dimes. Just don’t expect D stats.” I had to insert that so the count would be 2 postive vs 1 negative.
Please scroll up re-read the Teague blurb.
5 in a row for the Pistons! Unfortunately, I have to remove the B again. Welcome back, Lake Griffin.
Lake is so good that even Johnson plays better in his presence. If real estate prices in Detroit start climbing, then I would have to give serious consideration to the notion that the Second Coming has already happened.