Found January 22, 2013 on TheProBasketballTalk:
With about a month before the trade deadline in the NBA and most fantasy NBA leagues, there are a few things that owners can prepare for. Some may be satisfied with their line-ups but there are always ways to improve a team. Returning injured players, players just finding their niche this season, and players that fade into obscurity are things that need attention. For those that fade, I’m one that jumps on the waiver wire and grabs them before they become relevant in fantasy basketball. I have a few tips for fantasy owners on players that need attention. Sell High: Paul George-Indiana Pacers- Paul George has been beyond fantastic in the month of January but that’s key to the sell high strategy. He is averaging over 18 shots per game this month, which led to his 20+ point, 10 rebound, 2+ 3 pointer and steal January stat line. But with Danny Granger on the midst of returning, George is going to have to share the ball a little more. His numbers will c...
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