Success in fantasy sports is always about finding balance in your roster. In fantasy football, you must balance early round superstars with late round sleepers. In fantasy hoops, you must find a balance on your roster between players who dominate certain categories and players who simply don’t kill you in others. With that in mind [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Grant Hill'
December 22nd, 2011 · 1 Comment
December 16th, 2011 · 7 Comments
PHOENIX — The Phoenix Suns aren’t getting much national hype.
Hype, though, is often a product of significant change. With a roster composed of nine returning players from last year’s 40-42 squad, there’s relatively not a whole lot to talk about compared to teams like the Los Angeles Clippers or Dallas Mavericks, who are wheeling and dealing [...]
December 9th, 2011 · 24 Comments
Despite similar offers from contenders, Grant Hill decided that Phoenix is still home to him on Friday after he agreed to sign a one-year, $6.5 million deal, according to The Arizona Republic’s Paul Coro. The Suns reportedly increased their offer from $5 million to Hill on Thursday. Phoenix had made Hill its “top priority” this offseason. San Antonio, Chicago and New [...]
December 9th, 2011 · 12 Comments
Last offseason the Phoenix Suns’ front office was criticized for lacking a plan when Amare Stoudemire left, instead throwing money at role players for the sake of spending.
No such charges can be levied against the Suns’ front office this offseason as all moves have been made with one goal in mind: maintaining 2012 cap space.
December 8th, 2011 · 16 Comments
Thursday will go down as a day that shook the NBA world.
The lockout officially ended with the players and owners ratifying the new 10-year labor deal and a decent point guard with two first names made his way over to Los Angeles and then didn’t in a trade possibility that threatens to blow up Twitter.
Closer to [...]
December 6th, 2011 · 18 Comments
The theme of Phoenix Suns free agency this offseason will likely be a refrain Chicago Cubs fans are most familiar with: “Wait ’til next year.”
Much has been made about the Suns’ potential for gobs of cap space next offseason, perhaps enough to sign a pair of max free agents if it comes to that, but [...]