Fantasy Basketball: December’s Three S’s for Success

November 30th, 2009 by John Lorge Leave a reply »
The fantasy hoops season is in full swing and you can already tell which way your team is headed. While we know who the steals of the draft were there are still plenty of guys flying under the radar—remember, it's a long season.

December's three S's for success (star, starter, & sleeper) aren't being talked about much, but they will be come 2010.

Star: David West, PF, New Orleans Hornets

It took some time for David West to adjust to a new offensive scheme, especially without Chris Paul on the floor, but it looks like he has finally regained his All-Star form and December looks to be a good month.

West's 15.8 points and 7.1 rebounds per game are his is lowest since 2004-05. In recent years, West has played big minutes and that trend will continue from this point on. In his last two games he has logged 83 minutes, and in that time he scored 51 points.

Starting this month the Hornets will face the Lakers, who West averaged 22.5 and 11.3 against in four games last year. There will also be high scoring matchups against Sacramento, New York, Denver, Minnesota (twice), Toronto, and Golden State.

Anticipate West averagin ...

Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NBA
Article written by


Comments are closed.