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Apr. 30 - ()

Ben Wallace put forth one of the most dominant sub-10 PPG runs in NBA history and, as a result, his fantasy value hinges largely on the scoring format of the leagues drafting him. Wallace is a must own big man in leagues that give extra weight to rebounds and defensive stats - an impressive feat for a famously defensive player with offensive shortcomings - but he won't hit quite as hard in leagues that favor heavy scorers. Profile Page

Apr. 30 - ()

Grant Hill's tenure with the Detroit Pistons was historically great but everything after that point is marred by debilitating injuries. The versatile small forward did end up establishing himself as a solid rotation piece with the Phoenix Suns late in his career but those late 90s performances were truly elite. Profile Page

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NBA fans never did get the opportunity to see an unleashed Yao Ming for a full 82-game season but the giant flashed his unprecedented potential during the middle portion of his career. Yao had three healthy seasons upon entering the league but the DNPs started coming in droves just as he began taking his game to the next level. Profile Page

Feb. 14 - Julius Randle (NYK)

The New York Knicks haven't been afraid to lean on Julius Randle after signing him to a substantial three-year, $57M contract in the offseason but that hasn't come with increased production. Despite logging a career high in minutes per game this season, Randle's true shooting percentage is the lowest it's been since his first full NBA campaign. Given the uncertainty in New York this year, it's still possible that he gets back to where he left off in New Orleans eventually.Julius Randle Profile Page

Feb. 14 - Dennis Smith Jr. (NYK)

Dennis Smith Jr. is still just 22 years old, less than three years removed from getting drafted as one of the highest ceiling rookies in a deep class, but eventually it's going to get difficult to remain optimistic about the guard's chances of developing into a star. Smith Jr. has looked nearly unplayable at times in 2019-20, although it's easy to wonder if he's just another victim of mismanagement within the Knicks franchise. Hang on to him in deep dynasty leagues if you've already come this far but otherwise steer clear.Dennis Smith Jr. Profile Page

NBA News

Marc Stein on Gerald Green
One free agent who drew interest from multiple teams before the NBA's transaction window shut June 30, league sources say, was veteran swingman Gerald Green Sources say Green elected not to play in the Fla. restart for family reasons, among them an expected childbirth in August
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HoopsHype on Scottie Pippen
How underpaid was Scottie Pippen? We delve deep into the numbers. t.co t.co
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Sportando on Sindarius Thornwell
Pelicans sign Sindarius Thornwell t.co
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Grizzly Bear Blues on Jonas Valanciunas
I (@JoeMullinax) asked Jonas Valanciunas about how the team is approaching the Orlando bubble and the race for the eight seed. Check it out. t.co
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Eric Walden on Emmanuel Mudiay
Emmanuel Mudiay said that every Jazz player got a chance to voice their concerns about Orlando. "Everybody's comfort level was pretty different." Noted that it was natural that players like Mike Conley, Joe Ingles would have different perspectives than a single guy like him.
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Eric Walden on Joe Ingles
Emmanuel Mudiay said that every Jazz player got a chance to voice their concerns about Orlando. "Everybody's comfort level was pretty different." Noted that it was natural that players like Mike Conley, Joe Ingles would have different perspectives than a single guy like him.
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Eric Walden on Mike Conley
Emmanuel Mudiay said that every Jazz player got a chance to voice their concerns about Orlando. "Everybody's comfort level was pretty different." Noted that it was natural that players like Mike Conley, Joe Ingles would have different perspectives than a single guy like him.
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Eric Walden on Donovan Mitchell
Jazz guard Emmanuel Mudiay recalled some of the craziness the night of March 11/morning of March 12 in OKC. Mentioned how "uneducated" players were then vs. now. Recalled being shocked when Donovan Mitchell tested positive. Said he figured NBA would shut down for 2-3 weeks.
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Eric Walden on Emmanuel Mudiay
Jazz guard Emmanuel Mudiay recalled some of the craziness the night of March 11/morning of March 12 in OKC. Mentioned how "uneducated" players were then vs. now. Recalled being shocked when Donovan Mitchell tested positive. Said he figured NBA would shut down for 2-3 weeks.
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Jody Genessy on Gordon Hayward
My French is rusty, but I think this is roughly the translation of the song he dedicated to Gordon Hayward on July 4, 2017. t.co
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Keith Pompey on Alec Burks
Alec Burks on playing in the NBA restart with no fans in a bubble-like atmosphere: β€œ I think it’s the richest summer camp in the history of basketball.” #Sixers
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Rachel Nichols on Vince Carter
Yet more evidence of how insane Vince Carter's 22-year career was: here are the video game versions of him from his rookie year vs when he retired. πŸ˜‚ Plus this seemed like a good time for some more sick VC highlights - half man, ALL amazing... t.co
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HoopsHype on LeBron James
Reliving LeBron James' Decision (Day 6): Announcement date set. t.co
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