With the regular season now complete, we wrap up our reviews of each franchise. Who emerged, what went wrong, what lies ahead. A look at post season chances, long term potential and upgrades possible in this summer's NBA draft. We conclude in the Central Division of the Eastern Conference with the Chicago Bulls.
If you are like me, you have already participated in drafts or auctions, and also waiting for those that have yet to take place. Three important thresholds determine how fantasy basketball leagues are won and lost. First and foremost is the draft/auction where the baseline of your team is created. Early on in the season, free agency moves are nearly as important as you weed out those underachieving and claim those that are ahead of projected pace. Lastly, trades at any point during the season, but most importantly at the deadline. If you have yet to field your team, we present shooting guards that may be available yet, or for those with existing teams, a potential free agent list.
Just 48 hours until the long awaited NBA season tips off with a marathon of TV games. We are in the midst of breaking down each division and wrap up the Eastern Conference with a look at the Central Division. The Chicago Bulls own this group and anything short of a first place finish would have to be a huge disappointment. We'll take you thorugh the Central looking at projected starters and updates on ongoing Flea Flicker auctions and drafts. Keep Talking Hoops bookmarked and check in all season long for the latest on news impacting wagers and fantasy basketball.
NBA camps are officially open! Free agency is also underway and we have the latest rumors. The proposed deal that would send Chris Paul to the Lakers is still in play. Houston, Los Angeles and New Orleans continue to look for ways to make it happen with league approval. For the most part, all players under contract reported for duty for training across the country.