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With the fantasy playoffs soon approaching, it’s getting to the point where games-remaining is a big determinant in whom you’ll be adding-dropping over the next week. Leagues that lock rosters after a certain point will definitely want to pay attention to this. Those that allow streaming – while I don’t condone – will want to pay close attention to this as well. With that said, here are the players that should be on your current radars, given league settings.
Have you voted for Chris Bosh yet? It’s free, and Bubba says it’s a good idea ...
If you haven’t seen it yet, check out this video. But let’s jump into the schedules now.
Here’s the schedule for next week (1/7-1/13):
The Fig Cap: We Believe you’re a stud.
Happy Holidays, all. With the NBA turning Christmas into what the NFL has done with Thanksgiving, we have ourselves quite the set of games on the dockett for week nine.
A look at the number of games for each team:
Four Games: Boston, Miami, Phoenix
Three Games: Charlotte, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Golden State, Indiana, Los Angeles Lakers, Memphis, Milwaukee, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Orleans, Orlando, Philadelphia, Portland, Sacramento, San Antonio, Seattle, Utah, Washington
Two Games: Atlanta, Houston, Los Angeles Clippers, New York, Toronto Raptors
Its looking like it’s going to be a nice week to own a member of the Phoenix Suns. In the meantime, have a safe and enjoyable holiday, and make sure to get your lineups set nice and early in case you become vicitim to some egg nog.
On a night that pretty much lacked spectacular lines, there were a few that still stood out. No triple-doubles today folks. LeBron James got hurt. That’s why.
So did Chris Bosh, who deserves a mention, as he has been heating up nicely of late. Still, there was a surprise scorer, dime-disher, and more than a few rebounders, on a heavy slate of Wednesday NBA action.
The Fig Cap: You know, this has nothing to do with today’s DDOTD. Except that when I Googled LeBron, this is what I got.
The Fig Cap: Milk is chillin’... I am chillin’... What more can I say, top billin’.
For those of you that were waiting for the return of Dwyane Wade, to a lesser degree, Ron Artest, and to an even lesser degree, Stephen Jackson, your patience will be rewarded this coming week with a full set of games for the week. But before we get down with what individual players have been doing and could possibly continue to do, it’s time to peep the number of games each NBA team has going on in Week Four of the fantasy basketball season.
Also check out DroppingDimes.com’s Rankings for Week Four where we breakdown the top 20 players at each position!
Friday night had to be the best night so far in this early season for fantasy owners. How so? Keep reading my friend.
Some nice lines, a couple of injury returns, and one possible emerging backup headline today’s edition of Dropping Dimes on the Daily.
The Fig Cap: AK has been eating his, uh… whatever that is.
Dropping Dimes On The Daily is all about the team looking at the previous night’s performances and mentioning those that did pretty goodly and those that did pretty badly. Goodly is a word, right? Anyway, this will be a quick look around the league, so don’t expect a ton of text, just some daily fantasy basketball goodness!!!
The Fig Cap: Peja takes on the world. OK, just five guys from L.A.
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