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Randy Wittman to the RescueWire to Wire aims to be your waiver wire resource for all of your fantasy basketball needs.  It will dive into playing time trends, injury replacements, and even an occasional category specialist – all of which can be found on a typical waiver wire within your fantasy league at any given time.

All-Star week is coming up, and that means one or two game weeks for all of the Association.  Looking a bit forward, the Hawks, Bulls, Knicks and Kings all have schedules that max out their games played for a three-week stretch; two games next week, and back-to-back weeks of four games following.  While shallow leagues do not have a lot of recommendations from me this week, owners would be wise to add any fringe players of those four teams if they’d like a bit of an advantage in the short-run.

This week will be hit or miss with a lot of players, as they simply do not have the full week to give you production.  Here’s to a productive All-Star week for all involved. 

On to this week’s recommendations…

Click to continue reading Wire to Wire: 2-8-07


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Delonte West has been a great addition for fantasy ownersWire to Wire aims to be your waiver wire resource for all of your fantasy basketball needs.  It will dive into playing time trends, injury replacements, and even an occasional category specialist – all of which can be found on a typical waiver wire within your fantasy league at any given time.

Once again, injury news has spawned a few new names that can benefit fantasy leagues of all shapes and sizes.  The biggest, of course, is the news that Carlos Boozer will miss the next four to five weeks with a leg injury.  Read below to check out how owners should handle this news, along with a rotation shake-up in Orlando, a new point guard in Cleveland, and the return of a few injured stars.  On to this week’s recommendations…

Click to continue reading Wire to Wire: 2.1.07


Wanted: SunglassesLast week proved to be a solid week to hit up your waiver wires, as we’ve seen an increase in play from David West, Troy Murphy, and Stephen Jackson.  While last week’s article focused primarily on the trade between the Warriors and Pacers, this week takes a different turn and mentions several players from the same team – the Boston Celtics.  It’s getting ugly in Beantown, as most fans can’t remember the last time their Celts have brought home a win.  However, fantasy potential can be found underneath the current mess that is the Boston roster, and owners need to exploit these opportunities.  Now, on to this week’s recommendations…

Click to continue reading Wire to Wire: 1.25.07


Mikki Moore's been one of the best waiver additions of the yearWire to Wire aims to be your waiver wire resource for all of your fantasy basketball needs.  It will dive into playing time trends, injury replacements, and even an occasional category specialist – all of which can be found on a typical waiver wire within your fantasy league at any given time.

With the recent eight-man deal that has been completed by the Indiana Pacers and Golden State Warriors, several players have seen an increase or decrease in value.  We’re also starting to see some of the injured stars make their way back to their respective practice floors, soon to be found in a game near you!  This week’s Wire to Wire will break down the return of a few of those stars, the recent trade, and which players involved can be found on waiver wires across the fantasy hoops universe.  Let’s dig in…

(Note: I’ve been having some internet issues lately, so for the sake of time, we’re going to get right in to this week’s recommendations.  I apologize for the inconvenience!)

Click to continue reading Wire to Wire: 1.18.07


Dikembe was a huge pick-up last week.  Just ask him!Wire to Wire aims to be your waiver wire resource for all of your fantasy basketball needs.  It will dive into playing time trends, injury replacements, and even an occasional category specialist – all of which can be found on a typical waiver wire within your fantasy league at any given time.

Another week in the books.  Milwaukee’s Michael Redd is the latest big name to go down, and boy did he ever.  Four to six weeks is far from a short-term loss for owners, especially if those owners also have Josh Smith and Rashard Lewis (frantically waiving hand in the air).  But, hey…that’s what the waiver is for!  I’m aiming just to get myself to the All-Star break.  I think we can make it.  First, let’s see how we did last week

Click to continue reading Wire to Wire: 1.11.07


If you added Juwan, Ju-WonWire to Wire aims to be your waiver wire resource for all of your fantasy basketball needs.  It will dive into playing time trends, injury replacements, and even an occasional category specialist – all of which can be found on a typical waiver wire within your fantasy league at any given time.

The holidays have come and gone, but the NBA continues to keep rolling.  From buzzer-beaters by Leandro Barbosa to Kevin Garnett going off with the old style ball, basketball addicts have had plenty to keep them busy during the time of season that is saturated by NFL “what if” scenarios and college football bowl games. 

The last edition of Wire to Wire was nearly created by chance more than choice due to all the huge injuries that had occurred.  This week should prove to be a little different, but first, let’s check out last week’s recommendations…

Click to continue reading Wire to Wire: 1.4.07


Sarge's new man-crush: Gerald Green

Wire to Wire aims to be your waiver wire resource for all of your fantasy basketball needs.  It will dive into playing time trends, injury replacements, and even an occasional category specialist – all of which can be found on a typical waiver wire within your fantasy league at any given time.

We’re back from a brief Holiday Hiatus.  I hope you all had a safe and enjoyable weekend.  We all know that the fantasy hoops waiver wires did.  Injuries over the last two weeks have provided us with some very nice options going forward.  First, let’s look back to my last edition to see how those recommendations panned out…

Click to continue reading Wire to Wire: 12.28.06


Captain Underrated: Anthony ParkerWire to Wire aims to be your waiver wire resource for all of your fantasy basketball needs.  It will dive into playing time trends, injury replacements, and even an occasional category specialist – all of which can be found on a typical waiver wire within your fantasy league at any given time.

After a great week in the Association that featured a 20 assist night from Steve Nash, as well as Joe Johnson making 30 points the “norm,” there were also a few guys that may have flown under the radar in your fantasy leagues.  Who are they?  You’ll see.

First, let’s grade last week’s picks.

Click to continue reading Wire to Wire: 12.08.06


He's baaaaackWire to Wire aims to be your waiver wire resource for all of your fantasy basketball needs.  It will dive into playing time trends, injury replacements, and even an occasional category specialist – all of which can be found on a typical waiver wire within your fantasy league at any given time.

Yet another week of fantasy hoops under our belts.  Let’s see how I did last time around…

Click to continue reading Wire to Wire: 11.30.06


Shaun Livingston
It is time again to take a look at the young stars of the NBA and their fantasy potential. Here we pit a frosh against a sophomore and a junior. Why no senior, you ask? The class of 2003 has already distinguished itself: Lebron James, Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, etc. It seems unfair to pit Flash against a rookie. Staying on point, 3-2-1 Impact features three players who hold down the point guard position.

Click to continue reading 3-2-1 Impact: Shaun Livingston, Chris Paul, Randy Foye


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