Tag Archive: Alex Len

Nov 06

Week 4 Preview

The flow of interesting free agents has started to slow down, as it always does around this time each season, but there’s still more than a few fresh faces who are worth our consideration. The below list of players does not include many of the players that I recommended last week. That does not mean …

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Oct 30

Week 3 Preview

The waiver wire isn’t quite as bountiful as it was in Week 1 and 2, but there’s still some very intriguing options out there who could become long-term impact players. If your team is struggling, especially your early-round players, you shouldn’t panic. Studs usually end up producing around their career averages. If your late-round picks …

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Nov 27

Week 6 Preview

We’re back to full weekly previews after a quick break to look at some buy low and sell high candidates. This week’s free-agent pickups feature two high-ceiling players who should return within the next couple of weeks. When to pick up an injured player depends on your team. I wouldn’t recommend grabbing an injured player …

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Nov 13

Week 4 Preview

The flow of interesting free agents has started to slow down, as it always does around this time each season, but there’s still more than a few fresh faces who are worth our attention. The below list of players does not include many of the players that I recommended last week. That does not mean …

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Oct 08

16/17 Punting Guides Part 6: Punt Threes

Punting threes is a very viable strategy and it works well with many of the first-round picks. The only issue I have with this build is that it’s unlikely to be my first choice for any of the first-round targets. If I’m fortunate enough to draft Karl-Anthony Towns in the first round, I’m going to …

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Sep 30

16/17 Punting Guides Part 3: Punt FG%

Punting FG% is going to be a very popular strategy this year for two reasons. Russell Westbrook and James Harden. Both players are going to be drafted within the first three picks of most drafts and both players’ value is significant enhanced when FG% is ignored. Westbrook did not necessitate a FG% punt last season …

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Sep 20

September Rankings: 126-150

126) Darren Collison (PG) – Collison would be a top-75 pick if he wasn’t looking at a lengthy suspension to start the year. The point guard pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor domestic violence charge over the summer and is about to have the league come down on him hard. The NBA hasn’t had a major …

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Sep 25

Sleepers/Undervalued Players: Part 2

Here is part 2 of Elite Fantasy Basketball’s 2015-2016 Sleepers/Undervalued Players list. Below are players that fit the traditional definition of a “sleeper”. All are currently being drafted outside of the top 100 or not at all. Some are familiar faces, while others are exciting young players about to play major minutes for the first time …

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Jul 31

Free-Agent Roundup – Pacific Division

Golden State Warriors When you have a historic regular season and follow it up with a dominant playoff run, you don’t mix things up. The defending champions’ only notable move was their trade of David Lee to Boston for the corpse of Gerald Wallace. Wallace’s game was always very dependent on athleticism and now that his …

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