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The Mavs' Dirk Nowitzki piled up the double-doubles during the season.
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KG, Chris Bosh, Troy Murphy and Amar'e Stoudemire were solid all year, but the Mavs' Dirk Nowitzki rose to the top of Rick Kamla's list.
Which player is a better choice for the playoffs: Pau Gasol or Dwight Howard?
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Which is worth more in a fantasy playoff league: a sweep or a seven-game series? How big is the gap between Chris Paul and Mo Williams? Rotowire.com's Chris Liss has the answers.
The Bucks' Richard Jefferson has been averaging 24.8 ppg over his last five games.
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In the final Value Meter of the season, Rotowire.com's Eric Johnson gives you some players on non-playoff teams that could give you that last-minute fantasy stats boost.
Josh Howard's PRA has been slightly better as the Mavs have made their playoff push.
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It's the end of Pick One Challenge season and although the season didn't go how he planned, Rotowire.com's Ben Zani doles out some advice for those of you still in the Challenge race.
Kevin Garnett may or may not return in time for the close of your fantasy hoops season.
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Can you count on stars such as Kevin Garnett, Marvin Williams and Kevin Martin to give your fantasy squad a boost before the season's end? Rotowire.com's Jim Russo has the fantasy scoop on these players' injuries.
If you haven't used Dwight Howard yet in the NBASE, now might be a good time to do so.
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There's no use talking in-depth strategy now in the NBA Stock Exchange. As the season winds down, simply pick the best big-name players you can find, writes Andre Snellings.
The Wolves' Sebastian Telfair would make a good end-of-season pick in the Pick One Challenge.
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It's been a rough year of missed opportunities for Ben Zani in the Pick One Challenge. Although he won't win the top prize, he finds reasons to appreciate the Challenge's subtle lessons.
The Hornets' David West has become quite the rebounder of late.
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With a solid five-game stint of late, the Hornets' David West tops the Value Meter's power forward rankings this week.
From Josh Howard to the entire Miami Heat team, Rotowire.com's Jim Russo breaks down the fantasy effect of injuries.
The Warriors' Anthony Randolph has developed quite the fantasy following lately.
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Is it better to pick players on playoff-chasing teams or those out of the race? Rotowire.com's Andre' Snellings can't help picking the teams with nothing to play for, as they offer more to help you in the NBA Stock Exchange world.
Kyle Korver has found his outside shooting touch of late and may be worthy of a pickup.
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With injuries to key players hampering many fantasy squads down the stretch, Rotowire.com's Charlie Zegers gives you some last-minute solutions as the fantasy season heads down the stretch.
Jerome James and Eddy Curry weren't popular Pick One selections this season.
From Matt Bonner to Hamed Haddadi, Rotowire.com's Ben Zani reviews the players he didn't pick this season in the Pick One Challenge (while also giving you some real picks for this week, too).
The Pistons' Will Bynum is averaging 1.4 spg in his last five games.
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Detroit has just four games this week, but don't overlook the Pistons' Will Bynum, writes Eric Johnson. The guard has emerged as a consistent scoring threat for the struggling Pistons.
It's not looking good for Stephen Jackson to finish out the season.
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Is Stephen Jackson going to play again this season? Will the Pistons ever be healthy? And can Devin Harris come back in time to help the Nets (and your fantasy team)? Jim Russo has the scoop on the latest fantasy injuries.
There's no time like the present to utilize LeBron James and Chris Paul in the NBASE.
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Find yourself behind in the NBASE? Got some extra cash to spend on a high-priced player? Don't wait to do it, writes Andre' Snellings, as there's no time like now to use a big-money superstar.
The Hornets' late-season schedule makes Hilton Armstrong a favorable addition.
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The season is winding down and you've got to make smart selections off the waiver wire. When it comes time to make your picks, look toward New Orleans and Philadelphia, writes Charlie Zegers.
The Warriors' Brandan Wright may be in for a big night in San Antonio.
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Picking a player AT San Antonio? That's usually a recipe for disaster in the Pick One Challenge. That notion aside, Rotowire.com's Ben Zani sees a good reason to pick a Warrior visiting the Spurs this week.

With five games this week, John Salmons' fantasy value is sky high, writes Rotowire.com's Eric Johnson in his weekly cheat sheet.

How will the injury to Leandro Barbosa affect the Suns' playoff hopes? And will Andris Biedrins be done for the season? Rotowire.com has the answers.
Antonio McDyess' production of late has rivaled that of NBASE stud Dwight Howard.
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The NCAA Tournament is likely garnering a lot of attention, meaning a vast majority of your NBASE competition may slack on their teams. Andre' Snellings provides some bargain pickups in what could be an easy week for your squad.
With Devin Harris' season in jeopardy, it might be time to take a look at Keyon Dooling.
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Much of New Jersey's success this year is wrapped up in Devin Harris. With word now that the All-Star may be out indefinitely, how does that affect the fantasy stock of his backup: Keyon Dooling?
The Bulls' Joakim Noah has emerged as quite the force on the glass lately.
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Looking for the best basketball in March? Don't look to the college kids, writes Ben Zani, but turn your attention to the great storylines in the NBA as the season winds down.
Heat rookie Mario Chalmers has shown some veteran skill of late on defense.
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In the backcourt of late, young stars such as Mario Chalmers, Rodney Stuckey and Rasual Butler have emerged as solid late-season fantasy pickups.
How will Marvin Williams' back injury affect the Hawks' playoff run?
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Marvin Williams and Peja Stojakovic are dealing with back injuries. Randy Foye and Kevin Durant have ankle woes. How will these injuries affect your team's run to the playoffs? Jim Russo has his take on their impact.
Dwyane Wade has given NBA Stock Exchange owners plenty to smile about lately.
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Andre' Snellings generally advises against putting all your NBA SE cash into one star player. However, there are exceptions to that rule, and Dwyane Wade is a recent study in that strategy.
The Thunder's Nenad Krstic has kept OKC afloat during Kevin Durant's absence.
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Charlie Zegers answers the question of whether the Thunder have actually been playing better since superstar Kevin Durant has been out of the lineup.
The Nets' Vince Carter could see a sky-high night of scoring against the Warriors.
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If you find yourself with a lot of star players left to choose from as the Pick One Challenge starts winding down, don't worry. Ben Zani has a solid strategy for you this week.
Grizzlies rookie Marc Gasol is averaging more than 18 ppg in his last five games.
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The Grizzlies are well out of the playoff race out West, but that doesn't mean there are a few gems to mine in Memphis in this week's Value Meter.

Allen Iverson and Jeff Green are both dealing with bad backs. How will their injuries affect your fantasy hoops stategy? Jim Russo of Rotowire.com has the answers.
The up-and-down playing time for many Warriors, including Kelenna Azubuike, is causing some havoc in the NBASE.
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The Hoops Market takes a look at the coaching strategy employed by the Warriors' Don Nelson and how his decision to rest his stars is hurting many NBA Stock Exchange players.
Stromile Swift's move from New Jersey to Phoenix may help your fantasy squad, too.
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Rotowire.com's Charlie Zegers discusses how new homes for Joe Smith, Stromile Swift and Drew Gooden could impact your fantasy team's fortune down the stretch of the season.
The Pacers' Jarrett Jack is a hot pick this week thanks to his solid play in February.
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Rotowire.com's Ben Zani makes his picks for each day of the week for the Pick One Challenge.
Jeff Green has averaged 23.0 points and 11.5 rebounds in his last four games.
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With Kevin Durant out, Jeff Green will become the primary scoring option for the Thunder. Rotowire.com's Eric Johnson provides his cheat sheet for this week's players.
Rotowire.com's Jim Russo takes a deeper look at injuries to key performers on playoff teams.
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From Kevin Garnett to Greg Oden, some key players on playoff teams are hurting. How will their injuries affect your fantasy hoops stategy? Jim Russo of Rotowire.com has the answers.
The Thunder's Kevin Durant is still a solid pick for the money in NBA Stock Exchange.
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Rotowire.com's Andre' Snellings takes a look at the injury situations around and finds that banged up teams aren't a big surprise this time of the year, but those injuries will affect your Stock Exchange plans.
The Rockets' Aaron Brooks has made the most of his increased minutes and is a worthy pickup.
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Charlie Zegers sees some brighter days ahead for the Knicks' Larry Hughes and Chris WIlcox and offers his assessment of the impact Stephon Marbury could have with a new team.
Leandro Barbosa is a smart Pick One selection now thanks to the Suns' renewed offense.
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Thanks to a return to the old style in Phoenix, the Suns have become a solid pick for easy points, rebounds and assists, writes Rotowire.com's Ben Zani. Check out the rest of his suggestions this week for the Pick One Challenge.
The Timberwolves' Mike Miller has played well of late after a poor start to the season.
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Nate Robinson, Roger Mason and Mike Miller are among the players riding hot streaks of late. Rotowire.com's Eric Johnson gives you the news on which players are streaking (and slumping) in fantasy hoops.
Rafer Alston's move to Orlando is a good fix for the Magic's backcourt injury woes.
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Rotowire.com's Jim Russo gives the scoop on injuries to key players and breaks down how some recent trade deadline-day moves will help the injury causes.
Give Shawn Marion a shot on your Stock Exchange team in a few weeks.
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WIth the recent run of trades in the NBA, Rotowire.com's Andre' Snellings takes a look at how the new locales for the players in the deals will affect your Stock Exchange strategy.
New Hornet Chris Wilcox should see more playing time in New Orleans.
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Rotowire.com's Charlie Zegers questions the reasoning behind the Hornets' decision to trade Tyson Chandler, but sees a couple beneficiaries of New Orleans' recent roster maneuver.
Steve Nash may be a wise Pick One Challenge pick this week.
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After a brief live blog of the 2009 NBA All-Star Game, Rotowire.com's Ben Zani gives his picks and sees a good reason to pick the Suns' standout point guard.
The Bulls' Joakim Noah is averaging 10.2 points and 11.5 rebounds in his last four games.
The NBA is back from the All-Star break, and Eric Johnson has a list of players you should keep an eye on as the games pick back up this week.
The knee problems that have dogged the Pacers' Mike Dunleavy may not go away anytime soon.
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Rotowire.com's Jim Russo takes a closer look at the injury woes that have kept the Indiana Pacers from making more noise in the fantasy market this season.
Youngsters like Tyrus Thomas may help your NBASE club down the stretch.
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Rotowire.com's Andre' Snellings uses the All-Star break to assess the types of players (and the three categories they fall into) as you make a final push in the NBA Stock Exchange.
Mike Conley's production has jumped significantly in the last few weeks.
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As injuries start sidelining major stars down the stretch of the season, Charlie Zegers points out to keep a close eye on your team and be ready to pounce on a rising reserve as soon as possible.
It's a short week, but take a long look at the Wizards' Caron Butler as a Pick One option.
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Take heart, fantasy football fans. Although your sport is over, Ben Zani of Rotowire.com is here to show you how you can smoothly slide over to the Pick One Challenge.
The Warriors' Stephen Jackson is averaging 23.6 points and 5.2 rebounds in his last five games.
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Although there aren't many fantasy games this week, Rotowire.com's Eric Johnson puts the Warriors' Stephen Jackson among his key players to start.
Elton Brand should recover well from his season-ending injury, writes Jim Russo.
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The Sixers' Elton Brand is done for the season, but fret not, fantasy owners. Rotowire.com's Jim Russo says he expects Brand to be fully recovered from his injury in time for next season.
Peja Stojakovic will have to step up to keep the Hornets afloat during Chris Paul's absence.
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Rotowire.com's Andre' Snellings takes a look at how the rash of injuries to some NBA stars will affect your strategy in the NBA Stock Exchange.
If your team is hurting, it might be worth picking up the Hawks' Flip Murray (left) or the Bucks' Luke Ridnour.
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The injuries are piling up for some key NBA (and fantasy) stars. Charlie Zegers of Rotowire.com has some replacement options for you if your team has been bitten by the injury bug.
The Lakers' Trevor Ariza should see a rise in minutes and a new role in the team's plans.
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Rotowire.com's Ben Zani gets trendy with a list of 25 Random Pick One Challenge thoughts, with a lot of lament over not picking up the Lakers' Lamar Odom when he had the chance.
Timberwolves rookie Kevin Love is hitting his stride lately and may be worth a pickup in your league.
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Kevin Love has posted three double-doubles in last five games and is averaging more than 13 ppg in his last five games. He's just one player you may want to pick up this week, writes Rotowire.com's Eric Johnson.
While Michael Redd's injury is a setback for Milwaukee, there is a bright side to the situation.
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In the latest edition of the fantasy injury report, Jeff Stotts looks at some crucial injury situations in Milwaukee, Utah, Charlotte, Indiana and Los Angeles.
Deron Williams is getting back to his familiar fantasy basketball form.
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Andre' Snellings takes a page from professional tennis in dispensing his latest bit of strategy for the NBA Stock Exchange.
Darius Songalia may see more shots now that Andray Blatche is out with an injury.
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Charlie Zegers ganders at a trio of proposed trades and sees a deal between Miami and Toronto that might help both teams in real life and in in the fantasy world, too.
Magic rookie Courtney Lee has impressed with his veteran-like scoring touch.
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Courtney Lee, Francisco Garcia and DeAndre Jordan are three Pick One Challenge names to add to your list this week, writes Rotowire.com's Ben Zani.
The Bucks' Charlie Villanueva should see more scoring chances given Michael Redd's injury.
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Charlie Villanueva and Hilton Armstrong are two players who could see more chances to produce with injuries to their teams, writes Rotowire.com's Eric Johnson.
New Orleans' All-Star forward David West has been slowed by a back injury.
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With injuries to Tyson Chandler, David West and HIlton Armstrong, the Hornets have had their frontcourt depth tested of late.
Clippers rookie big man DeAndre Jordan has stepped up as a member of the starting lineup.
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Paul Millsap has gone from Jazz sub to a stud in the starting lineup. Andre' Snellings takes a look at some other backups who have risen to starter-quality play in the latest edition of The Hoops Market.
Travis Outlaw is having a stellar January and is worth adding to your team.
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After a look at some malcontents, Rotowire.com's Charlie Zegers sees players in Houston, New York and Portland who are worth adding to your fantasy squad.
The Wizards' Mike James has filled in nicely for the injured Gilbert Arenas.
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It's easy to pick the stars in the Pick One Challenge. Ben Zani takes a look at some unsung guys who may be worth a selection this week.
Jamal Crawford has been hot of late, averaging 28.0 ppg in his last five games.
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Rotowire.com's Eric Johnson gives Deron Williams, Jamal Crawford and Andrea Bargnani big bumps in the latest edition of the Fantasy Value Meter.
Tracy McGrady (right) and Ron Artest have struggled through injuries all season.
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Rotowire.com's Jim Russo takes a long look at nagging injuries that have affected the Jazz, Rockets and Bucks so far this season.
Andrei Kirilenko is one player who you may see a lot of value out of this week.
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Rotowire.com's Andre' Snellings takes a look at flipping the switch in your Stock Exchange gameplan from scoring points to making more money for your team.
The Bucks' Luke Ridnour seems to be the main point guard in Milwaukee.
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WIth the Feb. 19 NBA trade deadline approaching, Charlie Zegers gives some friendly pointers on how that day could affect your fantasy hoops squad.
The never-bashful J.R. Smith should see a rise in production this week.
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After a quick talk about some great (and not-so-great) sports flicks, Rotowire.com's Ben Zani looks ahead to the best players to pick in this week's Pick One Challenge.
The Hawks' Josh Smith has seen his scoring rise to 20.4 ppg in his last five games.
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The Hawks' Josh Smith isn't the defensive force we're accustomed to of late, but he's made up for that with a new-found scoring touch. He's No. 8 among small forwards in this week's Fantasy Value Meter.
It shouldn't take Carmelo Anthony to recover from his injured had, writes Rotowire.com's Jim Russo.
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Carmelo Anthony is expected to miss 3-4 weeks with a hand injury, but once he's healed, it shouldn't take Melo long to show his old form, writes Rotowire.com's Jim Russo.
Michael Beasley is playing his way back into the Heat's rotation.
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After slow starts by a lot of young players this season, the NBA's youthful talent is finding its place and may be worth a look on your fantasy squad.
Denver's Linas Kleiza could see a rise in minutes after the recent injury to Carmelo Anthony.
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In the latest edition of the Waiver Wire, Rotowire.com's Charlie Zegers looks at some oft-injured players and the current wounded in the NBA.
The Grizzlies' Hakim Warrick is averaging 18.0 ppg over his last five games.
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Hakim Warrick is making the most of his minutes and has been a hot player of late for the Memphis Grizzlies.
High-flying Jazz guard Ronnie Brewer might be worth a look this week.
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It's easy to be captivated by scorers. So it's no surprise that big scorers make up most of Ben Zani's Pick One Challenge list this week.
The Knicks' David Lee is a name that could help you in the NBA Stock Exchange.
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Rotowire.com's Andre' Snellings looks at the stretch run of the NBA season and how it will affect your fantasy team in the NBA Stock Exchange.
Steve Nash's recent injury to his back is one that could worsen as the playoffs near.
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Injuries to key players may lead to some slippage in the standings of some playoff-caliber teams. Jim Russo explains how the injuries can affect your fantasy squad, too.
The fact that Larry Hughes isn't starting hasn't hurt his production.
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Larry Hughes is coming off the bench, but he still remains a viable option if he's available, writes Rotowire.com's Charlie Zegers in his weekly picks.
Stephen Jackson could have a field day against the Thunder on Wednesday.
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Rotowire.com's Ben Zani makes his picks for this week's games and gives a statistical word of advice to help your Pick One performance go up.
Randy Foye is averaging 17.6 points, 6.2 rebounds and 1.4 steals over the last five games.
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Randy Foye's move to shooting guard has led to increased production and has him on the rise in Eric Johnson's Value Meter for this week.
After knee surgery, Jordan Farmar could miss 4-8 weeks.
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Jordan Farmar's injury means increased playing time for Derek Fisher, while Paul Millsap is still awaiting word on his hyperextended knee, writes Rotowire.com's Jim Russo.
Eddy Curry could be back in the Knicks' lineup by the New Year, so keep an eye out for him.
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Eddy Curry might soon be making his return to the Knicks' lineup, meaning he might be one of the guys for you to keep an eye on in your league's waiver wire, writes Rotowire.com's Charlie Zegers.
Jermaine O'Neal may not be as good as he once was, but he can still put up the occasional 20-10 game.
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The Raptors' Jermaine O'Neal should be able to have his way against the Kings' frontline, writes Rotowire.com's Ben Zani.
Rasual Butler's play has been on the rise since he took over the shooting guard job in New Orleans.
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Rasual Butler has taken on a spot in the Hornets' starting lineup and Rotowire.com's Eric Johnson has him on the rise in his shooting guard value rankings.
Elton Brand is expected to miss a month with his shoulder injury.
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Rotowire.com's Jim Russo breaks down the injury concerns of Elton Brand, Corey Maggette, Gilbert Arenas and other ailing stars.
Marcus Camby has been on a tear since Chris Kaman went down with a foot injury.
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When looking for good NBA Stock Exchange options, Marcus Camby should remain a Dwight Howard-like producer at about a third of the price.
Jason Thompson's minutes could be on the rise with the coaching change in Sacramento.
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The coaching carousel is spinning around again, with casualties in Philly and Sacramento. The change in regime may lead to some waiver wire names that may now be worthy of a spot on your team.
Anderson Varejao might be the guy to pick for Sunday's action in the Pick One Challenge.
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It's time to buckle down and make some selections in the Pick One Challenge, which includes some surprising choices from Indiana, Utah and Cleveland.
Joe Johnson is averaging 24.2 points and 4.8 assists over his last five games.
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On the heels of their big win last week over the red-hot Cavaliers, the Hawks' Joe Johnson has risen to the top of our shooting guard list.
Josh Howard's pesky ankle injury has kept him from making a timely return to the Mavs' lineup.
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As the NBA season has worn on, injuries have started to pile up, too. What's going on with the injury status of some of the NBA's top players? Jim Russo of RotoWire.com gives you the medical scoop on each injury.
The Kevin McHale era in Minnesota has begun and the Timberwolves' Randy Foye could be one player whos stock is on the rise.
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The NBA Stock Exchange takes a look at Minnesota, where a coaching change could mean an increased value in some of the Wolves' players, including Rashad McCants.
Antonio McDyess is back with the Pistons, which means you should try to find a spot for him on your roster.
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As puzzling as it may be to figure out, Antonio McDyess is back with the Pistons. Nevermind the math, though, and make your move to pick him up (as well as some other gems) in the latest edition of Working the Wire.
Antonio McDyess is back with the Pistons, which means you should try to find a spot for him on your roster.
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As puzzling as it may be to figure out, Antonio McDyess is back with the Pistons. Nevermind the math, though, and make your move to pick him up (as well as some other gems) in the latest edition of Working the Wire.
The Thunder are 2-19, but that hasn't hurt Kevin Durant's fantasy value.
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The Thunder may be struggling -- but under new coach Scott Brooks, players like Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and Jeff Green producing excellent fantasy numbers.
Andris Biedrins is one of five players to make a big leap in production this season.
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The Warriors are having a rough season, but that hasn't stopped Andris Biedrins from showing what he can do with more playing time. He's one of several players this season that have "Grownsed Up" of late.
Philly's leading scorer and rebounder will be sidelined for a little while.
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Corey Brewer is done for the year. Elton Brand will be sidelined for a week, maybe longer. Plus, the latest on Tracy McGrady and Mike Dunleavy from RotoWire's injury guru.
Attention bargain shoppers...
Devin Harris: One of the biggest surprises of the year to date.
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Would you believe Devin Harris is available in some leagues? You never know what bargains you might find on the wire. Plus: Is Stephon Marbury worth a flier?
We'd welcome you to the NBA, O.J., but you're playing like you've been here a while.
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O.J. Mayo is not playing like a rookie. Averaging 26.6 points, 4.2 rebounds and 1.2 steals over his last five games, and he's #5 ranked shooting guard on this week’s value meter.
Dwyane Wade is arguably the MVP of the first month. He's the selection Monday night.
Nate Robinson's high-flying act is temporarily grounded.
The high-scoring Knicks have been slowed by injuries in the backcourt. When can we expect Nate Robinson and Cuttino Mobley to play again?
The trade of Cuttino Mobley should open up playing time for Eric Gordon.
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Giving thanks for the gift that keeps on giving... teams with exceptionally poor defense.
The trade of Cuttino Mobley should open up playing time for Eric Gordon.
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Major trades and coaching changes shook things up this week. But changes can lead to opportunities...
Devin Harris is white-hot, scoring 30 or more in three of five games.
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Nets point guard Devin Harris soars to the top of our weekly point guard rankings.
A familiar -- and unpleasant sight for Rockets fans.
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All three of the Rockets' "big three" are hurting -- an ominous sign. RotoWire's injury guru has the diagnosis.
Golden State's Anthony Morrow is rapidly becoming a fantasy star.
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NBA Stock Exchange players should look to fast-paced teams for real value. Hello, Nellieball!
Nate Robinson's Knicks are the NBA's highest-scoring team.
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Mike D’Antoni’s Knicks are averaging a league-high 104.8 ppg and have seven players on this week’s value meter.
Who the heck is Anthony Morrow?
The Spurs' star guard will be out for a few weeks, leaving a hole in lots of fantasy rosters.
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Some key guards went down with significant injuries last week. How long will Tony Parker and Kirk Hinrich be sidelined? What sort of rehab will they face? RotoWire's injury guru has the diagnosis.
Arenas looks great in a suit... but fantasy players would rather see him in uniform.
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There are some big names on the injury list -- and they can represent big profits for an NBA Stock Exchange player. When should you buy?
The Spurs' star guard will be out for a few weeks, leaving a hole in lots of fantasy rosters.
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Injuries to Tony Parker and Kirk Hinrich have fantasy owners looking for backcourt help. In many leagues, help can be found on the waiver wire.
This rookie looks like a can't miss in the Pick One Challenge.
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O.J. Mayo is on a tear -- and rookies are worth double in the PIck One Challenge.
With averages of 26.7 points, 8.0 assists, and 6.5 rebounds, D-Wade is soaring to the top of our shooting guard value meter.
NBA / Layne Murdoch
NBA fans were hoping D-Wade would return to form after a 2007-08 season marred by injury. He hasn't disappointed.
Playing more of a point guard role this season has made Stephen Jackson a near-elite fantasy player.
NBA / Jed Jacobsohn
Tony Parker, LeBron and Timmy put up monstrous numbers on Wednesday... but Stephen Jackson and Richard Jefferson look like better buys in the NBA Stock Exchange.
Ramon Sessions is bouncing between "Most Added" and "Most Dropped" lists.
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Milwaukee's Ramon Sessions didn't need much time to jump back into the fantasy picture. Plus, Detroit/Denver trade fallout.
Grab Andrei Kirilenko while he's on a tear.
Oden's NBA debut was shorter than expected, but he should be back soon.
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Oden is finally ready for action.
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Who will be this season's Hedo?
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Hedo Turkoglu was one of the breakout fantasy stars of last season. Who will surprise this season? Get the 2008 NBA.com Fantasy Draft Kit for all your needs heading into 2008-09.
Check out a fantasy preview on how valuable each player, including Jamal Crawford, will perform this upcoming season for the Knicks.
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Find out which rookies you'll want on your fantasy team with an expert's grading of the 2008 draft class.
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