Fantasy Basketball Spotlight (Mar. 3): The Thunder Strike Big

March 3rd, 2010 by kevin roberts Leave a reply »
Knowing and mastering <a href="#fantasy">fantasy basketball</a> is more than just drafting well and landing a big trade or two. It takes relentless pursuit for the "next big thing," striving to win every singe category, and improving in any way possible.

The second you get complacent, you can start to fall.  We're marching into the home stretch where you have less than eight weeks to make it happen in your league, so every player and stat counts.

Read on for Tuesday night's game-breakers and guys who stood out.


Boston Celtics at Detroit Pistons

The scuffling Celtics defeated the lowly Pistons, 105-100.  Ray Allen led all Celtics' scorers with 18 points, but didn't contribute much else. Allen was a disappointment earlier in the year, but has been very solid ever since the trade deadline.

Rajon Rondo dropped in a solid double-double of 15 points and 11 assists, but also turned the ball over six times.  Rondo has been on an absolute tear lately, dishing out at least 11 dimes in seven straight games, also managing to register a double-double in each of those contests.

Rondo has also tu ...

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