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Fantasy Basketball Risers and Fallers: Week 16

Friday, February 4th, 2011

Kobe is showing everyone he's still a premier player in Fantasy Basketball.

This week seems to be a case of the cream rising to the top; the guys we have come to depend on seemed to show just why we do. From Kobe to Joe Johnson, it’s the guys you drafted high in this year’s fantasy draft that are coming into form on this week’s Risers and Fallers list.

Let’s get started.

Risers

Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers, Shooting Guard

Lately the Black Mamba is doing what he have come to expect from him since Shaq left town – takeover. (more…)

2011 Fantasy Basketball News (January 5th): Fantasy Injury Impact

Wednesday, January 5th, 2011
Dallas Mavericks

With Butler done, Marion's value rises.

It has been an interesting week in fantasy basketball this week with a number of key players going down with injuries. Dirk Nowitzki has been battling a knee injury, while Caron Butler will be out for the remainder of the season with a ruptured patellar tendon. Kevin Garnett, Danilo Gallinari, and Chuck Hayes also all went down with injuries and will miss extended time.

However, with every injury, there is an opportunity for another player to step up and generally that player is available on the fantasy waiver wire for you to add to your team. (more…)

Fantasy Basketball Sleepers: Week 9

Monday, December 13th, 2010

McRoberts is proving that Duke products can play after college, too.

Last week’s fantasy basketball sleepers piece was about guards, so it’s only fair that we give the big men their due.  The power forward and center slots are often tough to fill, especially with the fragile nature of the players in those positions. It is absolutely vital to have depth on your roster and WFS provides some names to considering adding. These guys can provide good value to your team if you’re in need of rebounds and/or blocks.

Josh McRoberts, PF Indiana Pacers

The former Duke standout has been able to reward owners as of late by putting up stats across the board. (more…)