Tag Archive: Marquese Chriss

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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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 30

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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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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Oct 16

Preseason Rankings Update

The regular season is just over a week away and most players’ outlooks are much clearer than they were a month ago. After following training camp and watching far too much preseason, I have made numerous adjustments to my rankings. Most changes were minor, but I did make about a dozen major changes that I …

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Aug 11

Free-Agent Roundup – Pacific Division

Golden State Warriors Notable Additions: Kevin Durant, David West, Zaza Pachulia, JaVale McGee Durant’s move to Oakland is terrible for the NBA, but from a fantasy standpoint I like it. One of the biggest issue with fantasy basketball is that a small group of elite players dominates the game. Durant’s move, and the decrease 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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