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Fantasy Basketball Fast Break (Week of 2/12): Trade Deadline Mania

Man, I love the NBA trade deadline from a fantasy basketball standpoint. Every trade creates value, or at least, adjusts the value for a player or two. As the dust settles from Thursday's trade deadline, we see many new faces in new places including a former Boston Celtics star as a Los Angeles Laker and a whole slew of new faces surrounding LeBron James in Cleveland. This week also is a short week due to NBA all-star festivities kicking off on Friday. All teams either have one or two games this week so streaming will be…

Fantasy Basketball Rankings: Forwards

The forward position in fantasy basketball might not be as sexy or as much fun to draft as guard or center, but that doesn't mean there's not a boatload of talent here. Think of forwards like the safe, trust-worthy option you can be proud of and bring home to mom and dad. With that being said, there's a ton of fantasy studs here in the first few rounds. From a young stud whose name 98% of people can't say or spell to an aging king that seems as strong as ever. The talent goes on and on. There are a plethora of different…

Carmelo Anthony Trade Breakdown

After months of speculation, rumors, and waiting, the New York Knicks finally dealt All-Star forward Carmelo Anthony on Saturday to the Oklahoma City Thunder. It’s been obvious they’ve been trying to deal Anthony for a while but hadn’t had much luck. In return, they received Enes Kanter, Doug McDermott, and a 2018 second round draft pick. At first glance, that return doesn’t look like a whole lot, but it allows the Knicks to finally move on from Melo and move forward with their rebuild.…

Weekly NBA Roundup: Pelicans Take Necessary Risk

Winners New Orleans Pelicans The New Orleans Pelicans came into the offseason in a bad salary-cap situation. The contracts of Solomon Hill, Omer Asik, and E’Twaun Moore have made it nearly impossible to improve upon their big two of Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins. The Pelicans made the only move they could at the start of free agency when they re-signed Jrue Holiday to a five-year, $126 million deal. With that decision, it was going to be tough to improve the team through free agency, and the team didn’t have the…