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Dec 11

Week 9 Preview

After a little time off due to the realities of grad school, the weekly previews are back and not a moment too soon. The 2017-2018 NBA season is off to a brutal start. Stars are going down left and right and while nothing can replace early-round studs, the pain can be eased by quality free-agent …

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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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Oct 23

Week 2 Preview

The best advice that I can give you after Week 1 is to not panic. A two or three game sample size does not mean much regardless of how good or bad a player has looked. That’s not to say that we should completely ignore the first week of the season. Rotations are becoming much …

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Jan 30

Week 15 Preview

After a quick break for the holidays and a rankings update, the weekly previews are back. Most leagues only have five or six weeks left in the regular season and if you are currently sitting outside of the playoffs, now is not the time to stash. Nailing a stash won’t mean much if you are …

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Aug 05

Free-Agent Roundup – Atlantic Division

Boston Celtics Notable Additions: Al Horford, Jaylen Brown The Celtics were one of free-agency’s biggest winners, as the addition of Al Horford should greatly boost what was previously the team’s biggest weakness — its frontcourt. Horford was a very steady fantasy asset in Atlanta and has managed to finish with at least second-round value in …

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Jun 30

Draft Recap: Initial Thoughts

This year’s draft, beyond its top two picks, has generally been decried as weak and lacking any true difference makers. From a fantasy standpoint, the same can be said. Simmons and Ingram look like future fantasy studs while the rest of the draft contains few sure things and a slew of projects who are unlikely …

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