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The Wire Troll: D.J. Augustin Rocking in Denver

March 26, 2016 | By Adrian Wallace | Comments (0)
D.J. Augustin is supplying nice offense off the bench for the Denver Nuggets.
D.J. Augustin (left) has become one of the better backup guards in the NBA. (Isaiah J. Downing-USA Today Sports)

Welcome back to another week of Fantasy basketball action.

This week, LeBron James created a media storm after unfollowing his own team on social media (disrespect or some kind of inspiration strategy?); Nate Robinson is looking to pursue a career in the NFL; and Anthony Davis has been shut down for the rest of the season after undergoing successful knee surgery.

It’s playoff time in most league formats, so here are some waiver wire recommendations to help take you over the top…

GUARDS

D.J. Augustin, PG, Denver Nuggets (ESPN: 29.4 per cent; CBS: 35 per cent): Though the eight-year vet has bounced around a ton since leaving Charlotte, no matter where Augustin goes he brings a ton of value with him. Landing in Denver at the trade deadline, he’s proved himself to be one of the most reliable reserve guards in the league from a Fantasy perspective. Augustin will dish out a bunch of assists and knock down a couple of treys per game (sometimes, even from halfcourt — see video below), so could wind up being the most reliable reserve guard on your team.

Toney Douglas, PG, New Orleans Pelicans (ESPN: 32.4 per cent; CBS: 26 per cent): Douglas has racked up a ton of minutes and impressive stat lines over his last six contests. His most efficient one came in a Sunday victory against the Clippers as he produced 15 points, nine assists, seven boards and a steal in 37 minutes. Whether Douglas’s production is affected by the return of teammate Norris Cole or not, he’s shown what he can do in the likes of absences and may receive a bigger role in New Orleans.

FORWARDS

Jerami Grant, SF, Philadelphia 76ers (ESPN: 20.4 per cent; CBS: 50 per cent): Grant has been on a progressive climb since a two-game absence. He has now scored over 10 points in four of his last five games and is averaging 30.6 minutes over that stretch. Grant is versatile around the scoreboard, and hopefully could provide you with all the extra production assistance your team needs.

Luke Babbitt, SF, New Orleans Pelicans (ESPN: 2.4 per cent; CBS: 4 per cent): Babbitt generated a season-high 23 points and four boards during a loss against the Heat Tuesday. It seems he’s capable of scoring given ample minutes, and may get just that with Davis out for the season and Ryan Anderson playing on thin measures.

CENTRES

Salah Mejri, Dallas Mavericks (ESPN: 17.6, CBS: 18 per cent): Mejri has racked up two double-doubles (points/rebounds) in his last three games. Though he has received two straight starts, his role a starter is still washy due to the lingering presence of Zaza Pachulia. Still, with these numbers alone, Mejri is worth owning for an immediate impact in points and rebounds.

Omer Asik, New Orleans Pelicans (ESPN: 17.8 per cent, CBS: 25 per cent): Apart from his rebounding ability, Asik doesn’t offer much Fantasy upside. He does, however, provide the occasional scoring boost, which could end up giving your team the sporadic double-double to enjoy.

Now it’s your turn. Let us know in the comments below who your favourite Fantasy basketball waiver wire pick of the week is.

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2016 RotoRob MLB Draft Kit: Catcher Rankings

March 25, 2016 | By RotoRob | Comments Comments Off
The fifth overall pick from 2008 has established himself as the king at catcher for several years now. Because of his ability to also play first base, he remains in the lineup nearly every day, last season reaching 150 games for the first time in his career. Posey is extremely productive, and while he has next to no speed, he’s a dangerous hitter that is often pitched around (career high 10 intention passes last year). His slugging dipped a tad last year, but his BABIP was right around career norms, so you can expect another high average season in 2016. Posey is also listed in our First Base Rankings, coming shortly.
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Video Game Review: Disgaea PC

March 25, 2016 | By Brian Gunn | Comments (0)
The King of Hell has died, and players assume the role of his son, Prince Laharl, as he looks to assume his father’s throne. There’s a small hitch in that plan, however, as Laharl has been sleeping for a few years and dozens of other powerful demons have emerged to vie for the throne and care nothing for his claim to it.
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Video Game Review: Tom Clancy’s The Division

March 22, 2016 | By Jeff Cater | Comments Comments Off
Manhattan is quiet and dangerous now. Survivors wander the streets, lost and struggling to make sense of things. As an Agent, you’re tasked with freeing civilians from the clutches of Rioters (one of four opposing factions in The Division), establishing viral scan locations, securing supply drops and completing missions such as destroying napalm factories and scouring the Lincoln Tunnel.
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Blu-ray Review: Daddy’s Home

March 21, 2016 | By Herija Green | Comments Comments Off
As they proved in The Other Guys, Ferrell and Wahlberg work well together, and even though the setups aren’t as strong here they still manage to produce some laughs along the way. The back-and-forth bedtime stories about the king and step-king are among the film’s funnier moments, and they also do some decent physical bits as well.
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