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Fantasy Basketball is right around the corner, so it’s time to start your draft preparation. Adam Ronis shares his Top 5 Centers for Fantasy Basketball 2014-15.
Fantasy Basketball is just around the corner, so it’s time to start preparing for drafts. Adam “The Genius” Ronis conducts a one-man mock draft and explains his first round draft choices.
Where will Kevin Love end up? The smart money is on Boston, Golden State or Chicago. Let’s examine each of those possibilities.
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.