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“All Things Fantasy” (11-28-12)

This is the Wednesday November 28th, 2012 edition of  “All Things Fantasy”

Scott Malewig (@Sports_25toLife) of thefakebasketball.com joins me to talk about some key issues for fantasy basketball. Also, I talk about some players for this upcoming Fantasy Football weekend. Below are my notes from the show.

“All Things Fantasy”

Interview topics

Anthony Davis- is this injury going to be a recurring theme

Pau Gasol whats up with him?

Ersan Illysaova is he going to recover

Kyle Singler a solid pickup?

Josh Smith playing like poo

Luis Scola/Markieef morris

Can owners continue to trust Chandler Parsons

is now the time to sell high on Demarr Derazon or Paul George

Who are some players your buying low?

Is Ryan Anderson going to continue producing even when Anthony Davis comes back?

Is it time to pick up Amare stoudimire

Chauncey Billups

Pickups.

Richard Hamilton ( ESPN29%)

Tristan Thompson (28% owned in Yahoo!)

Kevin Seraphin ( 23% owned in Yahoo!)

Kyle Singler (17%)

Football

Demarco Murray vs Phi- start if practices all week

DMC- vs Cle- same as Murray

Knowshon- vs TB- might not score a TD put should get close to 100 total yards

Bryce Brown vs DAL- will get plenty of carries

Bradshaw vs Wash- must start

Kaepernick vs STL- Don’t believe the hype, start any top 10 QB over him

Jennings vs BUF- Sit

Maclin- Sit

Forte/ BUSH vs SEA-Have a feeling Forte will be active, Start and then play only have 3 rushes before he doesn’t return to the game

Dwyer vs Bal- Wouldn’t start unless there was no other choice

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