It's nearing that time of the season that we all look forward to, All Star weekend. Most players in the league simply look forward to the time off, they are awarded, to spend with family and loved ones. For those that have been selected for the ASG, they seemingly fulfill the obligations that come with being a part of the All Star weekend and festivities. An honor for these players indeed. There will always be conversation about those selected to take part in the All Star game and those that were snubbed. I figure to stir up conversation and share my ballots.
We are nearing the 1 month anniversary of the 7 player trade between the Toronto Raptors and the Sacramento Kings. Rudy Gay, Aaron Gray and Quincy Acy where sent to the Kings in exchange for Grevis Vasquez, Patrick Patterson, John Salmons and Chuck Hayes. Since this trade, both organizations have seen a some positives as a result of this exchange.
Another year of fantasy basketball. Fantasy has been perhaps one of the greatest things introduced to help fans get a better scope of players, their performance, and interest in sports. Some of us, including myself, perhaps think that we can ultimately form a championship caliber team given how well we do in our fantasy leagues. As an NBA geek, for years I have to reviewed box scores and highlights on a daily basis. This has served as my foundation for making my own player and team analysis. The contributors at ESPN, over that last few years, have posted fun commentary pieces showcasing their fantasy draft results of the league they've formed among themselves, adding reason for their slotted picks . I thought it would be fun to do the same and share my draft results. I have spared you readers of thorough breakdowns, that I had in my original edit.