Chris Bosh is the fantasy MVP of last night (with Mr. Granger right behind him) but below are who we’re concerning ourselves with. Roster problems? Trade offers? Leave them in the comments box.
Al Horford – Have another sprained ankle. Horford joins the growing ranks of “questionables” with a sprained ankle. It isn’t believed to be extremely serious, but we’ve heard that before also.
Michael Redd – Redd is doubtful for tonight. Fantasy killer right now.
Anthony Morrow â€“ Ride it out! Two games down for Mr. Morrow who had 4 more threes and 25 more points last night. He will come back down to life but seriously, ride it out and enjoy.
Deron Williams – The good news is that he’s a game time decision for tonight. Seriously, that’s good news.
Jameer Nelson â€“ Watch out â€“ Jameer is starting to become consistent. Jameer had 22 last night and now has scored in double figures in 9 out of the 11 games.
Delonte West â€“ Delonte is quietly performing at a pretty solid level. His 16 last night now give him 7 double digit scoring games in his last 10 games. He also usually pitches in somewhere else whether it’s boards or dimes. He’s had at least 4 boards or 4 assists in 8 out of the last 10 games. You could do worse from a 4th guard.
Wilson Chandler â€“ I’m a believer (23 and 7). He’s only going to get better in the Knicks system throughout time as well. This is the only team that Chandler has the opportunity to shoot threes. He’s not a good three point shooter but he’s going to hit some for an added value bonus.
Troy Murphy â€“ 19 rebounds from T-Murph! That’s the type of breakout performance from a 4th forward that can literally win you a category. Congrats to Murphy owners.
Brook Lopez â€“ I’ve been a big fan of the Brook Lopez fan club and he contiues to impress while subbing in for Josh Boone. Lopez had the nice 15 and 13 double/double line last night.
Andrea Bargnani â€“ Having fun with Bargnani yet? He’s still ownable but even in the starting five he’s inconsistent. 5 points and 3 boards last night in 23 foul-ridden minutes.
Greg Oden â€“ Oden is trying to make a whole lot of people eat their words. Oden had 22, 10, and 2 more blocks last night. Let the trading high thoughts begin.
D.J. Augustin and the Bobcats â€“ I would hate to own any Bobcats and the fact that I don’t is not an accident. D.J. Augustin is clearly who Larry Brown wants to be his guy and he played him along side Raymond Felton for much of last night. Still, even with 21 points, 4 boards and 4 dimes, it will take a good consistent stretch for me to recommend him.
Ron Artest/Tracy Mcgrady â€“ T-Mac has gone from shutting it down to practicing yesterday and possibly playing tonight. If you own him, you’re probably stuck with him so be prepared for him to drive you insane all season. Artest missed practice yesterday but might play tonight.