Come along for the ride as we piece together our draft in New Orleans from this past weekend.
From Monday night:
Welcome to the inaugural night of the War Room! Feel free to ask your questions below and I’ll get right to them.
Who has helped their fantasy stock the most through one week of preseason play? The least? We analyze every matchup to find out.
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It took awhile to collaborate, but the rumors are true. We’re live!
We’re back! The podcast begins with some big news, followed by notes from around the league, movement in Vegas lines, and lots of Carl Nicks.
When the Dallas Mavericks fired the first shot of the offseason, acquiring Tyson Chandler and Raymond Felton for Jose Calderon and other notables, the immediate reaction was directed towards their cap. After all, Dallas had just swapped approximately $18 millions dollars over the course of three seasons and in the meantime, turned it into $17 million up-front. Their books were cleared for the…
Much like the Summer League, Las Vegas is defined by moments. Their titles are simply an outer casing, encapsulating the memories and lone instances that may or may not be mentioned at a later date. Except, when one decides to take place in the other, said moments fuse together and eventually, everything follows. What was once considered individualistic becomes what happens when a toddler crams…
It might not seem like it, but there are few Summer League games remaining and even fewer moments to cherish with each passing day. But enough with all the reflection. There are still questions to be answered, and now is as good of time as any to get them out of the way.
Let’s get to it.
1. The top seven picks of the draft have been relegated to the consolation round. Is there even a reason to…
Editor’s Note: With training camps officially underway, the Unbiased Fan bids adieu to the “Over-Reactor”.
“It can’t be bargained with. It can’t be reasoned with. It doesn’t feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And it absolutely will not stop, ever, until you are dead.”
When the Over-Reactor touched on the Colts last week, Andrew Luck was compared to Peyton Manning numerous times. Luck…