Boxscore Breakdown Day 32: Happy Holidays

NBA is back! And so was James Harden, Eric Bledsoe, Spencer Hawes, Enes Kanter and Brook Lopez. Unfortunately we were without Chris Paul, Jameer Nelson, Kyle Korver, Nene, Tony Parker, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Tobias Harris, Caron Butler, Deron Williams, Kevin Garnett and Jeremy Lin. We also lost Jose Calderon to an ankle injury, of which there is no word on severity yet. And Ersan Ilyasova played only 12 minutes due Continue Reading →

Boxscore Breakdown Day 31: Quiet On All Fronts

In one of the only days during the NBA season with no games, it’s time to catch our breath from the hectic first month of the season. Obviously there are no games to assess, but I will be beginning previewing the games of the next day in my articles. Thursday 28TH NOVEMBER 2013 THE BEST PLAYER EVER, TONIGHT Rudy Gay, Continue Reading →

Boxscore Breakdown Day 30: Frye Me A River

Thanksgiving Eve is always a big NBA day, with no games being played on actual Thanksgiving and we are all thankful we had 13 games to watch today. A ot of guy who were game time decisions such as James Harden, Eric Bledsoe, Tobias Harris and Spencer Hawes all sat out and to make matters worse, Chris Paul left the Clippers game with a pulled Continue Reading →

Boxscore Breakdown Day 29: I’ll Martell You Who’s A Must Own

In preparation for the big 13 game slate tomorrow, the NBA only scheduled four games tonight, but there will some interesting things to come out of them. Following on from yesterday’s news of the Derrick Williams trade, the Sacramento Kings plan on playing him mainly at SF, but also at PF. The Kings do have a lot of PF, but they Continue Reading →

Seven Players, Seven Days: The Week In Review – 25th November 2013

As the season started on a Tuesday this year, after each Monday’s games I will go through the previous 7 days games and give a top 7 player list. This will comprise who gave the most overall value in fantasy terms over that week on a per game basis. There will be a lot of tried and true names on the Continue Reading →

Boxscore Breakdown Day 28: The Summer Of George (Hill)

Nine games tonight, but there were two bigger stories off the court. Firstly Bradley Beal has been diagnosed with a stress reaction in his lower leg, which is similar to the injury he suffered late last season. He is out indefinitely and was reported by ESPN’s Bill Simmons that the Wizards are preparing to be without him for a while. Secondly, Continue Reading →

Boxscore Breakdown Day 27: The Armadillo Cowboy

We had a smaller slate of games to end the fantasy week, with just five game being played. To no-one’s surprise. the Nets and Jazz lost, but the Lakers won their seventh game to square their ledger, which is quite surprising given their spare parts roster. Tobias Harris made his return for the Magic, which is great news for his owners. Continue Reading →

Boxscore Breakdown Day 26: Have A Wowwipop!

Terrible news for Chicago Bulls and NBA fans in general with the news of Derrick Rose needing surgery to repair the meniscus in his knee. To go along with that, Eric Bledsoe is still out and now James Harden has been ruled out for two games with the foot issue that has been bothering him all year. There are a number of other injury Continue Reading →

Boxscore Breakdown Day 25: Oui

Due to some technical difficulties, I wasn’t able to get the breakdown up for Friday’s games, but I’ll do a quick recap of the best and worst performers. There were some massive injuries to come out of Friday’s games, which I’ll touch on. Derrick Rose tore his meniscus in his right knee, which is the opposite knee to the knee which Continue Reading →

Boxscore Breakdown Day 24: Kevin Durant Is Alright

Only two boxscores to breakdown in a typically slow Thursday in the NBA, but that doesn’t mean that there’s not information to digest. It also came out that Matt Barnes will sit out two weeks with a retinal tear, which doesn’t sound ideal in the slightest. Thursday 21st November 2013 The Best Player Ever, Tonight Kevin Durant, SF, Oklahoma City Thunder: Continue Reading →