Nerlens Noel Has Arrived

Nerlens Noel

Nerlens Noel has been an absolute monster since the All-Star Break. His numbers for the season are already staggering: MPG FG FT 3PT PTS REB AST STL BLK TO 30 .452 .607 0 9.1 7.8 1.7 1.9 1.9 2.0 However, Noel was struggling heavily in the first half of the season – battling nagging injuries and just adjusting to his Continue Reading →

The Case For: P.J. Tucker

P.J. Tucker

In one of the least hyped comebacks of the year, P.J. Tucker is slowly regaining his relevance. Last season, he was one of the best under-the-radar players to own, along the lines of DeMarre Carroll or Danny Green. This season, after a shaky start marred with injuries, P.J. Tucker has come into his own. MPG FG FT 3PT PTS REB Continue Reading →

Josh Smith: Smoother Than Ever

Josh Smith

In one of the most bizarre turns in fantasy narrative this season, Josh Smith went from a laughingstock, left languishing on the waiver wire, to suddenly a must-own, multi-category phenom. Josh Smith’s versatility has always been known, but similar to Rajon Rondo and Elfrid Payton, most owners just decided that the crazy inefficiencies just weren’t enough to offset the positives Continue Reading →

Player Spotlight: Dwight Howard

Dwight Howard

Dwight Howard owners have to be frustrated at the moment. Drafted #30 overall in Yahoo leagues and #25 in ESPN leagues, Dwight Howard has long been one of the safer fantasy picks in terms of reliability and production. This year his production hasn’t been the problem. His season numbers are right on par with expectations for the usually dependable big Continue Reading →

J.R. Smith: A Change Of Scenery Does Wonders

J.R. Smith

What a week. Hassan Whiteside – sprinting straight from the YMCA into the history books. Brandon Jennings going down with a tore Achilles. His replacement, D.J. Augustin dropping a career high 35 points on his first day on the job. Kobe, Kemba, Aldridge, Klay – all dominating the headlines, for good or for bad. Within all whirlwind of storylines, one Continue Reading →

Should We Wait For The Real Nicolas Batum To Return?

This season, Nicolas Batum’s ADP (average draft position) was 26 on ESPN, 23 on Yahoo! This was ahead of players such as Andre Drummond, Paul Millsap, Mike Conley, Klay Thompson, Marc Gasol, to name a few. Marc Gasol – just let that sink in for a bit. Safe to say, Batum might have been taken a bit too high this Continue Reading →

The Kemba Walker Conundrum

You could say that Charlotte Hornets point guard Kemba Walker has really turned it on recently. While starting off sluggishly in the beginning of the season, Walker has averaged in the last 14 games: PTS 3PM REB AST STL BLK FG% FT% TO 24.6 2.1 3.4 5.1 1.6 0.7 44.5 85.9 1.9 Prior to these last 14 games, his averages Continue Reading →