Top 45ish Small Forwards for Fantasy Basketball 2014

Ok, ok, thus far we’ve covered the rankings for the Top 40ish Point Guards, Top 45ish Shooting Guards and the Top 50ish Power Forwards for fantasy basketball 2014. Today we’re going small, small forwards that is! I look at this group and I don’t think it aint so bad. Double negative! There are a bunch of guys middle to late …

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Top 45ish Shooting Guards for Fantasy Basketball 2014

With the rankings and projections for the Top 40ish Point Guards for Fantasy Basketball 2014 in the books, let’s move onto the sharpshooters of the NBA, you know, the ones who like to mostly say, “Ole!” on defense, the Top 45ish Shooting Guards! Unlike the point guard position which is fairly deep, the shooting guard position, while …

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Goodness, Gracious, Great Balls of Fired!!

Andrew Bynum was suspended indefinitely by the team for conduct detrimental to the team this weekend and is expected to essentially be fired before January 7th when his contract becomes guaranteed. I could guess why the suspension came about, but honestly, I don’t really care. Bynum is the “Terrell Owens” of the NBA so this …

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Taylor is playing your song! (Maybe)

With news that Michael Kidd-Gilchrist will be sidelined for 4-6 weeks Jeff Taylor stepped into the starting lineup and dropped 20/8/1 with a block, steal and 2 threes in 37 minutes. What can you expect from him going forward? Not 20/8! That’s of’ shizzle! How about 12/5 and maybe a three per? That sounds kind …

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Amir Failure? I hope not!!

After last night’s loss to the Miami Heat, the Toronto Raptors coach Dwayne Casey suggested that there may be lineup changes coming soon, and by surveying the minute distribution from last night’s box score, we might be able to see what’s coming. Amir Johnson (16 minutes 2/1/blk) and Jonas Valanciunas (17 minutes 4/3/1/1/1) were both …

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