2006–07 NBA season

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  • Sleepers In Basketball

    last article, we discussed some sleeper point guards for the 2015-16 NBA season, so now it’s time to look at the shooting guard position. Shooting guards are the most difficult players for me to project in fantasy basketball. It’s so hard during the preseason to get a firm grasp on who will be starting and who’s minutes may see a decrease this season. I do in fact have some great sleeper options, though. From Monta Ellis to Zach LaVine, there are are plethora of talented guys to anchor your fantasy rosters this season. So, here are my favorite sleeper shooting guards for the 2015-16 NBA season: Monta Ellis, Indiana Pacers Through Monta Ellis’ first few seasons in the NBA, he was somewhat of an inconsistent fantasy producer, but he’s…

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  • Prospect Impressions: Case Study

    Wow. What a goal by Joel Armia. #NHLJets pic.twitter.com/vWsPU3dd89— Shane O'Donnell (@shane1342o) February 26, 2016 Is Joel Armia about to unleash the fury? His second goal of the night and the Jets have a 5-3 lead. What a goal by Armia.— Illegal Curve Hockey (@IllegalCurve) February 26, 2016 At the beginning of the season, there was an impression out there that the St. Louis Blues were going to send Robby Fabbri back to junior hockey. In this case, Fabbri…

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  • Case Study On Team Loyalty Vs A Championship Winning Career

    Championship Winning Career: The New Challenge for NBA Players Should I stay or should I go? That’s the question every Hall of Fame worthy star asks himself at some point in his career in the league. Now to be fair,the answer depends largely on the team you were drafted to and the overall potential to win a championship. At the end of the day, professional basketball is a business first and entertainment second, so each team views players as small puzzle pieces; get the right pieces to fit…

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