Welcome to the very first edition of the Fantasy Hoops Owner’s Manual. This season I will only be able to produce one article per week, anything else is just an added bonus, but don’t worry because this will be packed with all of your fantasy essentials weekly. I will cover
Welcome to the first edition of the Buy Low/Sell High column which will be run weekly here at The Fantasy Fix. The goal of this article is to help you identify players that should be targeted in trade talks or ones who should be placed on the trading block. While
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.
This article features strong fantasy players that just kill you in field goal or free throw percentage. There comes a point when you have to decide if the positives outweigh the negatives. It really all depends on your team’s strengths and how it is constructed. No team can be good
Sunday night’s action is limited because of two early games, but we still have six games to choose from. This is my favorite kind of night because there aren’t too many players to choose from. There’s also going to be more action with the Lakers, Timberwolves, Rockets, and Trail Blazers
Saturday’s NBA picks will be a tad shorter due to work, but after tonight there are no more excuses. I’ll stay up till the wee hours if I have to! These picks will not be including any info from Friday night’s action, so be aware of that when reading each
Some things in life are truths, and some are hopes. The New York Knicks becoming a well-run organization under James Dolan is a hope. The Knicks continuing to disappoint me as long as the Dolan family is in charge is a truth. Another truth? When you watch Ricky Rubio play