Welcome to NBA Stock Market, a weekly article where I will take the temperature of certain players around the league. This will be designed to let you know who you should be trading for, and who it may be time to cut bait with. There will be two sections in
Welcome to the Week 3 edition of Buy Low/Sell High as we look to discover which players you should be looking to acquire through trades and others who should be jettisoned away. With most NBA teams having only played between 8-11 games, small sample size can likely be explained as
HERE WE GO! NBA trade deadline day has arrived and I’m looking forward to a busy day of wheeling and dealing. I took the day off from my day job just so that I would have zero distractions so that I can troll Twitter all day long from 7am through
Welcome to the Week 6 Buy Low, Sell High report. It’s hard to believe that we’re already into the month of December, and with that has come the return of some explosive injured players, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook. If you’ve read my buy/sell columns all season then hopefully you
The 2014-2015 NBA season is set to commence on October 28 and the time to conduct fantasy basketball drafts is dwindling by the minute. With that being said, identifying your busts beforehand is the prudent thing to do for any ardent fantasy owner who aims to have success throughout the
Thursday had a surprising four games to play with, but it was a night I was glad to stay away from. Tonight I’m back with seven games and some interesting questions to ponder. Will Anthony Davis be good enough to play tonight? Who will replace Davis if he doesn’t play?
Coming into the All Star Break, we only have a few more days of action. Things are getting kind of crazy with injuries lately, so I can’t think of a better time for some days off. Tonight we have seven games to look at in the NBA, which seems to
With a four game schedule tonight, I think strategies are different than yesterday or what they will be tomorrow. There are value options out there, but my confidence in them isn’t very high. The Los Angeles Lakers have provided some of that value tonight, but with Nash, Blake, and Farmar