Tag Archives: Larry Sanders

Waiver Watch: Buyout Season Begins

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The trade deadline has already passed, but that isn’t preventing teams from adding players to make a run at the 2015 NBA title. Multiple players are capable of landing in a new place, as long as they can negotiate a way out of their contract to become a free agent.

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Podcast: The Midpoint of the NBA Season

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Most teams have played 41 games, or half of its NBA season and a few trends have emerged. Atlanta is the most unstoppable team in the Eastern Conference as Kyle Korver has made just about every shot from anywhere on the floor. New York became just the fifth team in the last 25 years to begin the second half of the …

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Fantasy Focus: Keeping Hope Alive

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Kemba Walker simply won’t let Charlotte slip out of playoff contention. Over the past five games, the 6-foot-1 point guard has simply been unstoppable, pouring in 30.2 points a game and converting 50 percent of his attempts from the field. More importantly, the inflated scoring numbers from Walker have translated into team success, as the Hornets have won five consecutive …

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Fantasy Focus: The Restoration of Bosh

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Once LeBron James indicated he was returning to Cleveland this summer, Miami presented Chris Bosh with a five-year $118 million contract just hours later. Even though the four-time league MVP was leaving the Heat and Bosh had a maximum contract offer from the Rockets, he ultimately decided to remain in South Beach once Miami revised its contract offer. 

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Injuries Continuing to Pile Up in Pre-Season

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The list of injured players entering the NBA’s regular season continues to grow and reasons for their time spent on the sidelines is becoming more improbable. Lakers point guard Steve Nash was hoping the 2014-15 regular season would provide a clean slate as back and leg injuries limited him to just 15 games last year. 

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Dismal Year Ends Early for Sanders

An inadvertent elbow from Houston guard James Harden prematurely ended a forgettable season for Larry Sanders. Forty two days ago, Harden caught Sanders with an elbow while tracking down a rebound. The collision resulted in much more than Sanders being forced to miss the rest of the game.

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Fantasy Focus: A New MVP

Raw statistics can’t describe the impact Kevin Durant has made in Oklahoma City this season. The 25-year-old small forward once again leads the league in scoring, has posted 19 double-doubles, two triple-doubles and has carried his team to 43 victories. 

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Fantasy Focus: The Double-Double

It’s been seven years since a player has been able to produce consecutive 25 point, 15 rebound and five assist efforts. In just 22 appearances this season, Kevin Love has achieved the feat twice. 

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The Unheralded Shot Blocker

Not many players averaging the same number of points and rebounds can be viewed as a major contributor. Lighting up an opponent on the scoreboard has never been a prerogative for Milwaukee center Larry Sanders, instead, it’s been all about shutting opponents down.

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Clippers Rolling in Pacific, Batum Driving Portland

With the Lakers coaching drama finally settling down, the collective NBA conscious is finally allowed to shift back to the rest of the league which has been alive and kicking as the holidays approach. Clipper fans with doubts over Chris Paul‘s intention to stay in Los Angeles can look to how much fun he’s having over the last week for …

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