fantasy basketball sleepers
Kristaps Porzingis I have to admit, I was (and still am slightly) concerned with the viability of Kristaps Porzingis actually becoming a real NBA front-court player. Leading up to the draft he seemed like the classic Euro mystery ‘big’; that mish-mash combo of guard-like skills, shooting and ball-handling, coupled with with the
I have always made it pretty clear that I like to swing for the fences in the last few rounds of drafts, because I’d rather take a shot on someone I feel could be a late round gem than a guy who is boring and I’ll want to drop in
Part one of this two-parter can be found here in case you missed it. Here are 14 more players with question marks and a point to prove this season, with varying levels of success in terms of what they’ve achieved and what we expect from them going into this season.
I’m always slightly dubious about tweener forwards whose game is predicated on athleticism, but Aaron Gordon looks like a player who is driven to become an NBA player, not just an NBA athlete. From Tyrus Thomas to Michael Beasley through to Derrick Williams and Anthony Bennett, the NBA is littered
The emergence of Steven Adams as a legit force down-low is at hand. Scott Brooks can’t play the ‘he makes us better’ card anymore with Kendrick Perkins, nor can he deny that Adams is a legit double-double threat – something Perkins has never really come close to approaching in his 12 seasons.
Fantasy basketball season is among us, and we will be drafting very soon. Everybody knows LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Chris Paul. What you need to win championships are hidden gems. In this article we will be going over a hidden gem for each of the six major statistical categories