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Mike Cardano (@MikeCardano) takes a look at the Cincinnati Reds pitching staff from Fantasy Baseball perspectives…
The past few weeks have seen teams with a five-game schedule, and this week the big winner will be the Portland Trail Blazers and their Fantasy owners. Even though a couple of the games are not necessarily favorable, like a trip to Miami and a home game against Memphis, they’ll more than make up for it with road games at Atlanta (102.3 points per game allowed) and Orlando (102.2 points per game allowed). Expect big weeks from PG Damian Lillard and swingman Nicolas Batum, especially with LaMarcus Aldridge dinged up.
Milwaukee may be terrible, but even a bad team has Fantasy options that warrant consideration, and that is especially true this week.
There are plenty of injuries around The Association. We take a look at the most important ones for Fantasy owners, analyzing not only the injured player and when he’ll be back, but who benefits from his absence.
For the Magic, guards Arron Afflalo and Victor Oladipo will be tremendous options this week. Afflalo dropped a career-high 43 points in that epic game on Dec. 3. And the Magic bought out Glen Davis, so look for Tobias Harris and Kyle O’Quinn to have some added Fantasy value down the stretch.
This will be a topsy-turvy week for Fantasy owners, as not only is one day lost because of the break, but there is the NBA Trade Deadline to deal with Thursday, Feb. 20. That’s why you need RotoExperts. A full rundown of things to come for the remainder of the season, after the jump…
Russell Westbrook will have his knee re-evaluated on Tuesday, meaning that Subway may be losing a sandwich maker and the Thunder may be gaining a point guard.