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With injuries, lineup changes and other roster moves affecting playing time, it is important to keep your fantasy lineup up-to-date. Comprar Adidas Zx 750 Baratas . Here are some under-the-radar players to take a look at to fill in the final spots on your team, as well as some who no longer warrant ownership. Also, a quick look at some players who had notable weeks, both good and bad. Take a look at… D.J. Augustin (PG - Det) – 39.7% owned: This is a man who has a knack of filling in when his team’s starting point guard goes down with injury. Augustin scored a career-high 35 points in Sunday’s loss to the Raptors to go along with eight assists. He won’t put up those kind of numbers each game, but his tenure as the Pistons new starting point guard got off to the right start. Augustin also takes care of the basketball, and a low turnover rate is always a positive for guards. If he’s still available, snatch him up. Brian Roberts (PG/SG - Cha) – 4.5% owned: With news that Kemba Walker could miss up to six weeks after choosing to undergo knee surgery, Roberts suddenly becomes the man running the offence for Charlotte. In Saturday’s start against the Knicks, Roberts posted respectable numbers across the board in 33 minutes. He won’t distribute the ball the way Walker did, and it remains to be seen what kind of role Steve Clifford will give to Roberts in terms of scoring the basketball, but those in need of an injury fill-in at point guard should look at picking up Roberts. Timofey Mozgov (C - Cle) – 37.3% owned: A trade to Cleveland looks to be exactly what Mozgov needed to return to Fantasy relevance. A droppable centre in Denver, Mozgov is averaging close to a double-double with the Cavaliers (9.8 points, 9.0 rebounds per game). He won’t provide much scoring and will put up some duds as he remains the fifth option of offence, but won’t hurt owners in shooting percentages when he actually gets the ball. Mozgov has also been able to rediscover his ability to block shots, which is always a bonus. Langston Galloway (PG/SG - NYK) – 17.8% owned: Kudos to Galloway for making the most of his two 10-day contracts with the Knicks. Since being signed, Galloway became an immediate part of the rotation and has started the last four games, scoring in double digits in each contest. As a starter, Galloway is averaging 14.5 points on 47.9% shooting, 6.3 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game, so he is more of a scorer than a traditional point guard. If the Knicks have any bright spots this season, it could be Galloway, at least for now. Maybe say goodbye to… Reggie Jackson (PG/SG - OKC) – 52.5% owned: With the Thunder now healthy and rolling, combined with the acquisition of Dion Waiters, Jackson’s role as a go-to scorer off of the bench has been diminished. In his last five games, Jackson has scored in double digits only twice and went scoreless on Wednesday. There are better, more consistent options available on the wire who can provide more than what Jackson does, as his bad days are starting to outweigh the good. Unless he gets moved at the trade deadline, Jackson’s value in Fantasy remains spotty. Kelly Olynyk (PF/C - Bos) – 17.3% owned: Olynyk has missed the last three games with a right ankle sprain and an MRI revealed that he will be out for at least two weeks. He had carved himself a nice role coming off the bench for the Celtics and showed signs of a rebound after struggling earlier in the month. However, Olynyk is not worth stashing on a roster while he is out with injury. If he is someone who you covet once he comes back, keep an eye on his healing progress and pick him up closer to his return date. Otherwise, find someone else to fill the void for now. Josh Smith (SF/PF - Hou) – 70.7% owned: In shallower leagues, owners can probably afford to drop Smith. His initial struggles in Houston, along with his disastrous time with the Pistons, have likely scared off owners from touching Smith and they wouldn’t be blamed for that. It is not uncommon for Smith to put up some duds after a few nice games, which can be frustrating for those still hoping he can put it together. His numbers across the board have fallen since the move to the Rockets, and he has been there long enough for owners to be able to properly evaluate him. Tony Wroten (PG/SG – Phi) – 20.2% owned: He has missed Philadelphia’s last eight games with a torn ACL that will require surgery. Although the team has yet to announce anything, Wroten will miss the rest of the season. Even in a keeper league, Wroten is not worth stashing and should no longer be owned. He was a great find this season for owners and the 76ers, averaging 16.9 points, 5.2 assists and 1.6 steals in 30 games. The week that was: Hot: Brandon Jennings (Det) dished out a career-high 21 assists on Wednesday, continuing his strong play for the Pistons. Unfortunately, he tore his Achilles and will miss the rest of the year. Klay Thompson (GSW) scored an NBA-record 37 points in the third quarter and finished the game with a career-high 52. During his record-setting frame, Thompson went 13-of-13 from the field, including nine three-pointers. Coming off of the bench didn’t stop Hassan Whiteside (Mia) from posting a triple-double, setting the Miami Heat record of 12 blocks in a game. Not: Making his third start in as many games, Dante Exum (Uta) went scoreless in 25 minutes. The fifth overall pick has struggled in his rookie campaign. DeMar DeRozan (Tor) had a rough week, scoring only 14 points in three games before bouncing back nicely against Detroit. Rajon Rondo (Dal) didn’t do much on the boxscore. Before Sunday’s game, Rondo only handed out eight assists over three games. Nike Air Max 2015 España . The Canadian skicross racer appeared to have the bronze medal locked up in the mens final at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, only to wipe out while trying to make a pass in the biggest moment of his career. Nike Free 5.0 Mujer Baratas . But Josh Bailey scored the shootout winner to lead the Islanders to a 3-2 win over the Montreal Canadiens in a battle of the Eastern Conferences two worst teams. BEREA, Ohio -- Michael Sam was laughing with teammates as they conducted a running-back drill for kids, each youngster stiff-arming and juking his way to a touchdown celebration dance in a makeshift end zone. Sam didnt stand out. He was just another rookie, simply one of the guys. The NFLs first openly gay active player, Sams first months in the league have gone just as he would have hoped. "Its very positive, its very fun," Sam said. "Im excited to be playing for the Rams, Im excited to be in the NFL." Sam was in town with the other NFC rookies, who took part in a PLAY 60 youth football clinic with local children at the Browns training complex, part of the leagues four-day rookie symposium. The AFC rookies will begin their symposium on Wednesday. The full orientation for the players includes presentations, workshops and speakers covering a broad range of topics that fit under four core teaching principles: NFL History, Total Wellness, Professional Experience and, yes, Workplace Conduct. But workplace conduct -- that is, experiencing workplace respect and maintaining positive relationships, two main outlined elements of the symposium -- hasnt been a problem for Sam. Not with his teammates and not among the other rookies. Its obvious he has the respect of those around him. "You dont see anyone not talking to him or against him," said guard Greg Robinson, Sams teammate in St. Louis and the second overall pick in Aprils draft. "They look at him as a football player." That doesnt mean Sam has to shy away from who he is, though. In a group meeting during the symposium, he was able to share some thoughts on his own life with teammates and rookies from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. "Just know someones story before you judge them. Thats pretty much what it comes down to," said Tampa Bay wide receiver Mike Evans. "Hes a normal guy, just like us. Adidas Originals Zx 700 w. Just here to play football." Sam is also quickly becoming known for his sense of humour. "The Rams love him," Evans said. "They always joke around with him. He seems like a fun-loving guy." And like any rookie, he is adjusting to the stark contrasts between the college and professional game. Sam was the SECs Co-Defensive Player Of The Year last season and was taken with the 249th overall pick in the seventh round of the draft, but he is working hard to carve out a role on a loaded Rams defensive line, led by ends Chris Long and Robert Quinn, who was second in the NFL in sacks last season. He has also been finding work on special teams. "Its every fast. Everything is full speed," Sam said. "If you make a mistake, it could cost you that win in practice or that win in a game. That one mistake. So youve got to pay attention to details." As for the details that have followed Sam around since he came out to the media in February, they havent mattered to anyone in the league, especially those who have met him. "Hes just another guy in the locker room," Robinson said. "Hes really cool once you get to know him and I feel like he has a great story behind him." That story has resulted in a whirlwind year for Sam, without much time to reflect on the fact that he is finally an NFL player. Its a lifelong goal that made him not unlike every player on the field Tuesday, having fun with kids eager to show off their quick feet or sure hands. "It still hasnt hit me yet, its still like a dream," Sam said. And as he continues to cross through uncharted territory, there is still that one vital, important thing to keep in mind. The thing that truly makes Sams experience a worthwhile success. "They treat me like a rookie," he said. Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys ' ' '  
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