Tag Archive: Dion Waiters

Feb 05

Week 16 Preview

The trade deadline is less than three weeks away and managers should start looking for ways to free up a roster spot. It’s always a good idea to have an open roster spot for streaming purposes, but it becomes even more essential around the trade deadline. It’s extremely likely that multiple top-100 players emerge due …

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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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Oct 25

Players To Watch In Week 1

You need to be very aggressive with your free-agent pickups over the next month. Plenty of mid-round players will pop up on the wire over the next handful of weeks and you don’t want to miss out because you were holding onto Courtney Lee or Zaza Pachulia. Don’t worry too much about fit at this point …

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Aug 10

Free-Agent Roundup – Southeast Division

Atlanta Hawks Notable Additions: Jarrett Jack, Taurean Prince, Dwight Howard After flirting with the idea for a couple of years, the Hawks are ready to unleash Dennis Schroder. Jeff Teague’s departure means Schroder’s minutes are about to go north of 30 a night, which should allow the young point guard to post mid-round value. A …

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Nov 22

Week 4: Wednesday Wrap-Up

Monday and Tuesday were light, but Wednesday saw most of the league in action so let’s take a look at what went down last night. – Rudy Gay is not a good basketball player. He is the type of the player that you don’t want on your team if you are interested in winning. He …

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Nov 13

Week 3 Pickups and Drops

Week 2 was a tough one for the league’s big men. Both Larry Sanders and JaVale McGee went down with long-term injuries that forced owners to scramble for replacements. Sanders is a hold as despite his poor start, he still has top 25 potential. McGee is a drop as he’s too much of a headache …

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