Posts Tagged ‘marvin williams’

2012 Fantasy Basketball: Hot Surprises!

Saturday, January 7th, 2012

Spencer Hawes, mad if you didn't pick this guy up

Every year in weekly fantasy sports, there’s always those group of guys that seem to come from out of nowhere and start to produce. Look at Melky Cabrera, for example, this past 2011 baseball season. Who saw that 200+ hit season coming from him? I surely didn’t. The point is, It’s always good to be the one who gets to pick that guy up. After your fantasy draft, making those key pickups is what separates your team from the rest. Those key pick ups are how you get to the playoffs and then finals!

In 2008, I remember being the one who picked up Cliff Lee as he pitched me a Cy Young campaign. Again I digress, but this year in weekly fantasy basketball there are plenty more of those types of players right now. (more…)

Fantasy Basketball Sleepers: Week 19

Monday, February 21st, 2011

Williams is suddenly surging for the Hawks.

By now in the fantasy basketball season, owners have a pretty good sense of your team’s strength and weaknesses. Maybe you have dominant big men, or maybe your guards are carrying your lineup. Well this week WFS offers a player at each position that can help provide a boost in your fantasy basketball lineup.

Marvin Williams, SF Atlanta Hawks

Williams is the exactly the type of player that can help your team down the stretch. He is back in the starting lineup and has stepped up his game as of late. (more…)

Fantasy Basketball Waiver Wire (December 30th)

Thursday, December 30th, 2010

Bass has made some serious noise.

Below are eight players to keep an eye on in weekly fantasy basketball and consider picking up to help your team. Now we’re not suggesting to make any drastic moves for the guys listed below, but if you have a roster slot or two that’s just not producing, perhaps it’s finally time to cut bait.

Brandon Bass (PF, Orlando)- Since the Magic trade that brought them Gilbert Arenas and Hedo Turkoglu, Brandon Bass has seized every opportunity he’s been given. In the last three games he has played over 30 minutes and has averaged 16.3 points, 6.3 rebounds and is shooting 67% from the field. With teams focusing so much on Howard, Bass will get easy buckets around the rim, and provide solid contributions to his newly acquainted owners. (more…)