As you pour through your brackets for March Madness, don't forget to attend to your NBA fantasy team! Before we get to this week's pickups, here is a look at who I like in my bracket. I am going with top seed Louisville in the Midwest, second seeded Ohio State in the ridiculously weak West region, fourth seeded Michigan in the brutal South region and second seeded Miami in the East. Staying with the Hurricanes, how is it that the regular season and tournament champion from the ACC isn't a number one seed? Just to prove a point, I am going with the 'Canes to beat the UL Cardinals in the title game in Atlanta.
Need a free agent off your league's waiver wire to jump start your team? Well, you have come to the right place. Whether you need a guard, a perimeter wing or a post player, we bring you some suggested talent that might be available for pickup. As we move through the holidays, many teams are free to trade players signed in the off-season and injuries begin to pile up. In most cases, these create the most impact and corresponding emerging talent.
As we play out the final month of the 2011-'12 NBA season, we take a look at 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 begin in the Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference with the Charlotte Bobcats.
Looking at your roster, I can tell you need some help! Before we continue across the Association with a look at shooting guards that may be available in your league, there is some activity we need to pass along your way. Boris Diaw has finally been released from the CBACharlotte Hornets, point guard Derek Fisher is joining Memphis who has been desperate for a veteran point guard off the bench and Ronny Turiaf is on his third team in a week, as the Miami Heat continue their search for post players to support the Big Three. Now, as promised, a look at shooting guards that may be available through free agency or waivers, that are available in more than 50% of Flea Flicker leagues.