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So Matthew Berry just released his “bold prediction” article (click the funny colored letters to read it) and it got me thinking of doing something a little similar (As you may know Berry is a sort of inspiration for the creation of this blog and my pen name). Instead of doing a player of each team I’m going to do a player by position. I will take a normal lineup (C, 1B, 2B, SS, 3B, 3 OF) and add 5 util players, a corner infielder, and a middle infielder . For the Pitching staff I will do 6 SP, and 4 RP. So I will have 25 Bold Predictions total. These won’t be backed entirely by facts, but instead guided by facts. These predictions are the things I feel at my gut. I will try to do some “negative” predictions too (this is a little harder for me to do, I’m usually very optimistic about everyone…except Jayson Werth that is!). These predictions will look a little different than my position predictions because they were just me stat crunching, these are my gut feelings for this season. Enough of me blabbing and on to the craziness that are my Bold Predictions.

C-Matt Wieters will finally be the player so many scouts have said he will be. This means he will put together a solid 6 month campaign. Buck is running the show which means Matt will settle in a nice groove and the Bal offense will click this year. Expect Matt to surpass 22 HR, 90 RBI, and have a batting avg that battles .300.

1B-Freddie Freeman will be the next rookie sensation out of Atlanta. He will have little pressure to be the guy with Heyward, Chipper, McCann, and Uggla expected to be the run producers, so he can let his natural ability do the talking for him. I see him getting 25 HR with 100 rbi in his rookie campaign.

2B-Dustin Pedroia will struggle early to find his way with his new mechanical foot (it isn’t mechanical just has a screw in it). He will struggle in the first several months but will have one of the hottest bats for the month of July. He will crush 10 HR that month and end the season with 22 bombs, he will also regain some speed during the season, and the Red Sox will look similar to the speedy Rays. He will finish the season with 23 SB.

SS-Alexei Ramirez will continue his hitting ways that he showed at the end of last season and be a near 30/30 candidate (probably a 27/26 to be exact). In his fourth full season, and at 29 I expect him to have it all rolling. It will help that the White Sox will have the best offense in the Bigs.

Kung Fu Panda's new Tat that will propel him to fantasy greatness.

3B-Pablo Sandoval the Kung Fu Panda will make his rookie season seem decent. He has a new slimmer build and a new tattoo that will propel him to the tops of the 3B rankings by season’s end. He will break the 90 R barrier drive in over 100 and have a solid 28 HR. Did I mention the tattoo will actually have him swiping 10 bases too.

OF-Colby Rasmus will be the spark that helps drive Pujols’ career/contract year. Rasmus will be the CF that everyone hoped he would be winning his first gold glove to go along with a solid 30/20 campaign. He will be hitting in front of Holliday, Pujols, and Berkman so expect his R total to be near 100.

OF-Andrew McCutchen has all the tools to be great and has gotten better every season. This is the year he leads the Pirates to the cusp of a .500 season. At the end of the season it won’t be because McCut didn’t carry his weight to the tune of .300, 25 HR, 85 RBI, and 30 SB. Will finish the year in the MVP voting as well.

OF-Jayson Werth will look like a lost puppy without the friendly confines of Citizens Bank Park. He will struggle to get to 20 HR, and make his contract look worse than most have already said it is. A terrible .260 Batting Average won’t help his case either.

Util-Adrian Beltre will again look like a greedy player with no drive when their isn’t an incentive to play for a contract. He will look like he is back in Safeco by season’s end. A .270 average with a measley 22 HR in the Rangers ballpark will leave Ranger fans, and his fantasy owners wanting more!

Util-Alex Rios will make his SS’ season look miniscule. He has an outstanding year batting behind the bash brothers Dunn and Konerko, and when he isn’t hitting bombs to drive them in he will be slowly stealing his way to 33 SB. Which will look very good considering he will hit 25 HR and have 95 RBI.

Util-Phillies Offense will look more than human this season. The league has started to catch up to their power hitting ways, Utley could be battling injuries all season, Werth is gone, Rollins is washed up, and Howard isn’t good enough to carry a team by himself. The Phillies offense finishes outside the top 5 in the NL.

Util-Miguel Montero will look like the Catcher people were drafting last year. He has a great home ballpark to drive the ball all over the place and will end the year with a nice .285, 24 hr, and 80 RBI. Making him a top 5 fantasy catcher by season’s end.

King of the Diamond after his monster 2011 season

Util-Prince Fielder will try his best to make sure he gets top dollar come free agency time. He just seems like he would be the player who plays just a bit better when a new contract is on the line. Don’t be surprised by a 50 HR year from the Prince…oh yea and a .300 average to go along with it. Hello Paycheck!

Mid Inf-Tsuyoshi Nishioka will have the 2nd best season of any 1st year Japanese player (behind the great Ichiro of course). He will hit right around .300, steal around 25 bases, with 100 runs scored. He will make the front office of the Twins again look like geniuses.

Cor Inf-Kevin Youkilis will make his injury riddled 2010 a blip in his career radar. Regaining much of the ability he showed in season’s past, but having a little extra pop in his bat. 105, 35, 105 take that to the bank boys and girls.

SP-Zach Greinke will show the world that his 2009 campaign was what he truly is. He will pitch like a man on a mission and slice through the NL like a Cutco through string cheese. He will finally have the feeling of 20 wins to go along with a sub 2.5 ERA. Not to shabby for a Brewer.

SP-Brandon Morrow will sadly struggle through minor injuries all season and just won’t be able to reach that 180+ K’s everyone is banking on. In fact he will barely top 120 by season’s end. Since his injuries will add so much he won’t even see double digit W’s. That’s ok Morrow there is always next year.

Timmy will be in many fantasy owner's dog house from his poor 2011 season.

SP-Brian Matusz will be next stud young arm to come out of the NL East. He will battle for the AL Cy Young but will come up short since Felix is still in the AL. Don’t be surprised by his 17 W, 160 K’s and sub 3.2 ERA

SP-Tim Lincecum won’t be considered Big Time Timmy Jim after this season. His struggles of last May and August will be more of the trend this year rather than the rare misstep by Timmy. 12 W and only 200 K’s will be what Tim has as his final line. Not bad numbers, but not a 2nd-4th round value.

SP-Jeremy Hellickson will live up to the hype that the message boards are giving him. He won’t look like David Price of 2010, but will figure things out quickly and be the 2nd best pitcher on the Rays staff by season’s end. 15 W, sub 1.15 WHIP, and sub 3.25 ERA.

SP-Max Scherzer say hello to the strikeout king of 2011. His K rate after his minor league stint last may was unreal over 9k/9 innings. With him continuing that trend and the competition he and Verlander will have for most strikeouts by a Detroit starter. Scherzer will barely beat out Verlander with a crazy 240 K’s. His WHIP will be 1.1 too.

RP-Jason Motte will be thrust into the closer role when Franklin has a 5 game stretch that is just too much to bear even for Tony La Russa. He will graciously accept the job and never look back getting over 25 saves while raking up a nice 65 K’s. Motte will be the reason many fantasy owners win their league.

RP-Daniel Bard will take the closer role from Papelbon. Paps struggled at times last season and when he has his hiccups this year, coach will call on the hard throwing Bard to take his place. 20 saves with 85 K’s will be Bard’s final tally.

RP-Drew Storen will be this year’s version of Neftali Feliz. He will pitch extremely well for the Nats in the 9th and will reach the 40 save mark by season end (which will mean he helped close out more than half of their wins). He will strikeout 90 batters in the process.

RP-Huston Street will quietly have a top 5 finish among fantasy closers. He will stay healthy for the entire year and will get batters out like it doesn’t require any effort. 45-50 saves with sub 2 ERA and sub 1 WHIP.

These are by no means absolute truths, but don’t be surprised when I have predicted the future. Make your own Bold Predictions in the comment section below.

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So last night me and 9 other fantasy sports bloggers did a mock draft. It was a good experience seeing where some other people were valuing guys, and we did it so that you (the reader) could see where we (aspiring experts) are taking people. Our draft featured 23 rounds total. The lineup consisted of 1 C, 1 1B, 1 2B, 1 3B, 1 SS, 5 OF, 2 UTIL, 1 MI, 1 CI, and 9 P. I was drafting with a H2H league in mind. I will give some commentary of each round or two and say whose pick I liked, disliked, and what I was thinking when I took my guy.

So if you would click on this link —-> Mock Draft Results

You can follow my commentary on this page with the results next to it. Sorry I didn’t make this a little more user friendly. I wanted to get it up and running as soon as possible.

Round 1

My pick-Hanley Ramirez. Well it was a no brainer for me here, take the next best thing after Pujols and secure the best SS ,or at the worst 2nd best SS as my first pick. Taking Han Ram means I don’t have to look for another SS the entire draft till near the end to fill my Middle Infielder spot.

Best pick-It’s hard to pick a best and worst in the first couple of rounds but my best will go to Killboy taking Cano at 7. Cano will be the best 2B option again this year, and since Utley is looking more and more like a Giant ? mark every day. It is nice to know you won’t have to worry about a weak position the rest of the draft.

Worst pick-Mitchell’s pick of CarGo. I think that CarGo will have another good pick, but I cannot/will not justify making him a top 6 pick. I think he is better at the 8-14 range. But each has their own opinion, I don’t see him being that much better if at all better than Braun or Crawford.

Round 2

My pick-Ryan Zimmerman. I wanted to secure the last good 3B till all of the question mark guys come. Zimmerman will probably miss a couple of games, but he could end up being the #1 3B by season’s end. I know that he will probably finish top 5 at the worst, so no gamble here. Secure my hot corner and wait for my next guy.

Best pick-Killboy with A Gon. A lot of people are high on A Gon because of his new park and much better lineup, and well I’m all in with that enthusiasm too. I’ve seen him go as early as 8 in a draft, but Killboy got him at 14. Great pick here seeing that A Gon could finish atop the 1B this season.

Worst pick-Hallam’s pick of Matt Kemp. I fully expect Kemp to have a better season across the board then he did last year, but Holliday was still on the board which is a much safer value. Kemp going off at 17 is about 8-12 picks higher than I thought he would have gone. He could easily finish in the top 5 OF where he was taken, but I think he may have been there for Hallam’s next pick.

Round 3

My pick-Prince Fielder. I came in wanting my first three guys and got them. Yes Ryan Howard was still on the board, but I like Prince better this season. He offers similar HR and RBI numbers, and I’m big on Prince having a great year since he will be a FA this offseason. Not all guys perform great under the pressure of a contract year, but Prince just seems like one of those guys who will explode. I have a potential top 3 at SS, 1B, and 3B so I’m feeling pretty good right now.

Best pick-Killboy’s Howard. Killboy is 3 for 3 in best pick right now. I gave him the nod here simply because of value. He is getting a potential 40 hr and over 120 rbi with his 3rd pick and late 3rd round at that. Howard at 27 is a steal considering he is going in top 22 in most drafts. So far Killboy’s team has great power guys, and has taken an early lead in those categories at this point in the draft. He was pretty happy Howard feel to him here even with A Gon as his 1B.

Worst pick-MVPujols’ pick of Kershaw. I like Kershaw and think he will have an excellent season, but at number 30. He is at the turn which means you have to be a little more aggressive with your picks since he doesn’t have another pick until 20 picks later. But I think he could have passed on Kershaw and taken some more bat help. Just a personal opinion of course.

Round 4

My pick-Victor Martinez. I wasn’t targeting a C this early, but I figured why not take a top 3 C to join the rest of my team. He will probably have a little better season this year than last year, so he fills a hole at C and since C has a lot of potential good picks I wanted to grab a sure thing.

Best pick-Chris I’s Youk pick. I like Youk’s fantasy game a lot. He will have 1B and 3B after just a week or two into the season (in most formats) which is what Chris was doing grabbing another quality bat. He would have gone another way seeing that his first two picks were 1B and 3B, but it is hard to pass Youk at pick 33.

Worst pick-Hallam’s Posey. At pick 37 with McCann and V Mart still on the board, I didn’t like that pick from a value perspective. I think Posey will produce a nice line for the season, but I can also very easily see a little sophomore slump in the season. He probably won’t see as many days at 1B like he did last year which means more wear and tear on his body. Good player but bad pick at this spot.

Round 5

My pick-Dan Uggla. I wanted to grab the last top tier 2B while I could. I think Uggla will outperform himself this year in comparison to previous years. He has a better overall lineup around him, and doesn’t have to be the sole RBI producer anymore. Taking pressure off of guys can really elevate their game. I know have a great INF after this pick, and don’t really have to address anything with these guys except speed, but I knew I could get cheap steal guys later in the draft.

Best pick-Hallam’s CC. I think getting CC as the 7th pitcher is a great pick. CC is workhorse and has pitched great pretty much every season since he has been in the bigs. He could potentially walk away from his contract at the end of the season, so he might have a little more fuel to his fire to perform well. Easily will finish as a top 5 SP and got him as the 7th great pick in my opinion.

Worst pick-Holt’s Ubaldo. You passed CC for Ubaldo don’t like it at all. Plus he already has Felix so why take another SP in your first 5 picks. SP is deep this year if you get a top 5 guy. Then I think you should fill the holes in your offense. SP haven’t been flying off of the board in our draft so I don’t see why he grabbed Ubaldo here.

Round 6

My pick-Zack Greinke. I was planning on taking a Speed OF and a top notch SP. SP started flying off the board, and the next speed guy was Ells, so I went for the SP thinking Eric would snag another SP since so many just got taken. Greinke has won a Cy Young for an awful team, so I think he will have the run support and potential playoff motivation to play every game with focus (which he seemed to lack at times last year with KC). I can easily see him being a top 3 SP at the end of the season in a pretty weak NL Cen, he has the stuff to pull it off.

Best pick-Harris with David Price. I like this pick because he is filling a need. He doesn’t have a SP yet and took a pretty good one. I think better than Gallardo and Weaver. It always feels good when I feel like I got a better player with a later pick.

Worst pick-Jesse’s Josh Johnson. I like Johnson a lot, but he already has Cliff Lee and Roy Halladay. He has taken 3 SP with his first 6 picks. He is going all out on Pitching and has very little Offense to show for it. I think taking that many SP is really dangerous, especially since all it takes is one little pop and they are done for the year!

Round 7 & 8

My pick-Alex Rios & Chad Billingsley. Ellsbury got taken right before me so I just went with a 20/20 guy for my OF. I like Rios in the White Sox offense (is is pretty deep this year). I decided to pull the trigger on Billingsley because I was eyeing Stanton, Rasmus, and Upton for my next guys and they all got taken. Plus I  didn’t like the OF on the board at this time.

Best pick-Beltre at pick 80. I don’t like Beltre all that much, but I think Eric got some great value here. He needed a 3B and got a guy who is capable of tearing the cover off the ball. Even if Beltre declines some from last year (which he probably will) being taken in the 8th round doesn’t hurt too much.

Worst pick-Harris taking Kendry. He already has Tex at first, so he has other needs. Plus Kendry could start the season on the DL because of his ankle. He should have targeted another OF for his team or a 3B (Beltre, Young, and Alvarez) at that pick, I would think he might do this pick over if given the chance.

Round 9 & 10

My pick-Pedro Alvarez & Trevor Cahill. I took Alvarez because I like his upside. If he hits 30+ hr as my 9th pick I would be ecstatic. I don’t love either of these guys. And didn’t fill my speed hole, or secure another OF, but they are two quality players. They both offer good value as my 9th and 10th pick.

Best pick-Mitchell’s Billy Butler. He got a .300 lock in the 9th round. Butler could be a 20 HR guy, and he will get AB’s because of his consistency at the plate. I really liked this pick for Mitchell and almost grabbed Butler instead of Alvarez with my pick, but I had another backup 1B in my mind for later. Like this pick a lot in the 9th.

Worst pick-My Cahill. I didn’t really want him here. I liked the low WHIP and ERA possibility, but there were other SP I liked more. I lost track of time and just grabbed the first SP on the big list. So my first mistake in the entire draft came at pick 10. Wasn’t to bothered by it, but if I had a do over I would take it there.

Round 11 & 12

My pick-Delmon Young & Vernon Wells. This was simply me filling in my OF with two quality hitters. Both can hit over .280 and hit 25+ HR, with 10+ SB. So I am happy with both. I wasn’t going to take any closers here because I think that is silly! I had some SP late in the draft I wanted to grab so this just felt like the right thing to grab these two guys.

Best pick-Chris I’s Nick Markakis. Got him in the 12th round. Great value pick here. He had a quiet year last year and still had quality numbers. Could easily finish in the top 20 of all OF. He probably could have taken a SS since he didn’t have one, but the value of Markakis was worth the pick.

Worst pick-MVPujols taking Dan Hudson. Hudson could be this whole year what he was for the last month and a half of last year, but he could have got Hudson in the 15 or 16th round too. I like the player but not at the spot he took him. Plus Hudson as his 3rd SP is a little of a reach in my opinion.

Round 13 & 14

My pick-Juan Pierre & JJ Putz. My first closer is Putz. I like what Putz has to offer in Arizona. He is the closer and doesn’t have a lot of competition for the job. He may only get about 40 chances to save but that means he will have mid to high 30’s I can live with that. He won’t cripple me in WHIP or ERA so can’t complain. Finally took a speed guy with Pierre. My speed is lacking, but Pierre brings a good boost for me.

Best pick-Mike’s pick of Mark Reynolds. Mike got his 3B in the 13th round, and Reynolds is a guy who no one wants to touch. Even though he is two years from a 40 hr 20 sb year. We know what he is capable of, but his Avg is always an eye sore. I think new place will be good for Reynolds and in the 13th round it isn’t like he will be losing much if he doesn’t pan out.

Worst pick-Eric’s pick of Andrew Bailey. I think there was better closers on the board when Eric took Bailey, but a closer is a closer. These 2 rounds were difficult for me to say that pick was bad, so I just went with my gut pick of Bailey being the worst. Overall I think everyone did pretty good these two rounds.

Round 15 & 16 & 17

My pick-Chris Perez & Jose Tabata & Drew Storen. I decided to just grab my closers in a four pick spurt. And I grabbed Tabata for a little more speed help. I got some hate from taking Tabata because others were targeting him, and some “nice pick” comments. So felt good with this set of three. Have my OF set now, and my RP set. The rest of the draft will be about upside guys, and depth.

Best pick-Chris I’s Ian Desmond. Filled his hole at SS and got a good value in the 17th. Desmond had an quality season last year for the Nats, and many expect him to build on that. Even if he doesn’t Chris won’t complain getting him in the 17th.

Worst pick-Killboy’s Carlos Pena. Killboy already has A Gon and Ryan Howard. Why take Pena here. He should have probably gotten a player who could have backed up Mike Young at 3B. I don’t like this pick much at all. He will hurt his avg numbers more than he gets other stats. Killboy must be hoping the Windy City brings a couple more base knocks.

Round 18 & 19 & 20

My pick-Brett Myers & Javier Vazquez & Freddie Freeman. Went with two high K guys as my 4th and 5th starters. I wasn’t targeting either of these guys coming in but Jonathan Sanchez got swooped up before I picked so went with two older K guys. Both will probably get my 180 K’s without completely killing me in the other categories. Freddie Freeman was the guy I wanted coming in as my backup 1B. He is sitting behind Heyward, Chipper, McCan, and Uggla. He has no pressure to be a big bat, but will have lots of opportunities to use his huge build to drive the ball. He is lots of upside with little risk as my 20th pick.

Best pick-Hallam’s Joe Nathan. All reports say that Nathan has pitched well this Spring. He was a top 10 closer for 6 years until last season. So he offers lots of upside and he got him in the 19th round not bad. I would have taken Nathan but already had my 3 closer in place so overall good selection here.

Worst pick-Jesse’s Gavin Floyd. I personally don’t like any of the White Sox pitchers. They don’t offer you much of anything except W’s (which is never a guarantee). He had better options for his SP at the time he took Gavin Floyd, but in the 20th round no pick can kill you.

Round 21 & 22 & 23

My pick-Omar Infante & Ryan Theriot & Brian Matusz. Infante and Theriot are guys who help fill out my depth while potentially offering some good value. Infante has high avg, and decent  R in his blood. While The Riot (as I like to call him) will bat at the top of the Cards lineup most of the time. High runs and decent sb from him. I was surprised Matusz was still on the board in the 23rd but I was happy to snag him. A young hurler who has the stuff to be a stud. He pitches in the dreaded AL East, but showed some good signs at the end of last season.

Best pick-MVPujols’ taking Tsuyoshi Nishioka. It was the last pick of the draft, but he gets 2B and SS. Plus a guy who could get 20 sb while batting around .300. Not bad for the last pick in the draft. Mr. Irrelevant of this draft very well may be relevant during this fantasy season.

Worst pick-Holt’s Miguel Tejada. I just don’t really like Tejada anymore. He had some decent moments last season, but don’t think he is worth drafting unless it is a 12 team or deeper. In the last 5 rounds selecting the best and worst picks is like picking which lottery ticket has the best odds, you can’t really do it. The last 7 rounds or so you can take gambles and risks without truly effecting your team at all.

The men at 4th and Home approached me with the idea of doing a mock draft, so check out their site. They have lots of good stuff on their blog, and had 6 guys represented in the draft. Another site featured on this draft was MLBdirt.com, and the last was Fantasy Alarm. I hope you will check out their sites and see what they have to offer.

I personally think I had the best first 8 Picks of the draft. But its my team so I may be a little biased. I would like to know who you thought did the best in the draft and who did the worst. Leave a comment with your opinion please. Also, don’t forget to subscribe so you can be notified during the fantasy season when I release my weekly lineup posts. Those who are about to draft I salute you!


All-In (These are the players that have been playing well the last 2 weeks and could benefit your team)

Ryan Anderson (Orl-PF, C) Ryan Anderson has been on a tear for the last several weeks, and in Yahoo formats he is only 52% owned. Look at his line the last two weeks. FG% .484, FT% .824, 3’s 3.5, Pts 16.8. Reb 7.1, ast 0.5, stl 0.4 Blk 1.1, TO 0.9. So at first glance he offers help in every category except ast and stl, but offers huge benefits in both 3’s and has a great turnover rate. Come on people he needs to be owned by 75% or more.

Rudy Fernadez (Por-SG) Rudy has been playing well for his 27 minutes a game. However he is owned by only 21% of leagues. So if you need a slight boost in 3’s, 1.5 a game, FT%, .882 a game, and Stl, 1.8 a game, then Rudy is your guy. However he will hurt your FG% considering he is shooting under .400 and only getting you 10 pts a game.

Mario will have plenty of chances at wide open 3's as the new starting PG

 

Mario Chalmers (Mia-PG) Mario was just named the starting PG again for Miami so his value gets a slight boost considering his Minutes per game are at 32 and might go up some. His value comes from his 3’s 2.8 a game, ast, 3.8 a game, and stl, 1.4. He doesn’t cripple you in any category considering he is a PG. You may be thinking 3.8 ast isn’t that good for a PG, and you are right, but he will probably get into the 4.5-5 range since he is the full time starter now. And ast is a difficult category to get help in at this point in the season, so every little bit helps.

Greg Monroe (Det-PF, C) Monroe has been playing really well since the middle of December. It seems like this rookie is getting used to the pro game, and he is finding his role on the Pistons. He will be a good addition to your team if you have no depth at your C position and will boost your FG%, .643 a game, your rebounds, 8 a game, and is averaging less than a turnover a game. His FT% and low blocks are the only thing holding him back from being a must add in every league. But he is getting playing time 32 min per game, and the Pistons have been playing pretty well as of late.

Fold (These are players who haven’t been doing so well lately and should be moved off of your team)

Roy Hibbert (Ind-C) Hibbert hasn’t even been close to averaging a double-double over the last month, and he is shooting a terrible .363 from the field. He is a center and is shooting under .400 and isn’t even shooting 3’s! He is only helping in Blks and he is only getting 1.2 a game. It is time to kiss Hibbert goodbye or at least try to see if someone else is willing to take him.

Gilbert Arenas (Orl-PG, SG) & Mo Williams (Cle-PG, SG) They both are still widely owned! For reasons to drop these guys see the post “first fantasy session.”

O.J. Mayo (Mem-SG) Mayo is having a tough year his minutes have dropped since last year. He is shooting under .400 and is only at 1.2 3’s a game. This is low for a shooter, but then again his ppg is at 11.6. If he is on your team you can find those stats on the waiver wire. It’s time to say goodbye to Mayo. Unless Memphis trades him he isn’t worth much right now on your team.

Check (these are guys who haven’t been playing that well, but shouldn’t be dropped yet. You should monitor their status over the next 4-5 games)

Green keep your eyes open so you will start hitting your shot.

Jason Terry (Dal-PG, SG) Terry is someone who always has his ups and downs so I’m not going to say drop him right now, but if he continues to play as poorly the next 10 days as he has the last month, then you should drop him. He is shooting under .400 and under .620 from the FT line, and is offering little to no help in the D stats. So he is more of a wait and see but he should be the next to go unless he picks up his game the next couple of games.

Jeff Green (OKC-SF, PF) Green was off to a career year for the first two months, but then something happened, he wasn’t making his shot. His minutes have actually decreased 3 min a game since November. This isn’t a huge decrease, but it could mean his minutes could continue to dip if he doesn’t find his shot. He is shooting poorly from both the field and the line. His 3’s are down and he isn’t even getting 5 reb a game anymore. It hurts me as a Thunder fan to say this, but Green is playing bad and watching him live you can tell he isn’t comfortable right now.

Leave a comment if you agree, disagree, or would like some help with another player not listed here. Enjoy and don’t forget to answer the poll offered under the poll page. Good luck to you fellow fantasy players!