Found February 03, 2013 on Hoop Fantasies Fantasy Basketball Blog:
This coming week of fantasy basketball is a big one. Eighteen teams play four-game slates. The other 12 teams each play three games. And that's it. No two-game weeks. No one-game weeks (although those are only a week away). Everyone is in play this week, even Michael Beasley, who new Suns coach Lindsey Hunter loves. Beas is playing 27.6 minutes under the new regime and is averaging 18.4 points, 5.4 rebounds, 1.4 assists, 1.2 steals and almost a three a game. In a four-game week, Beasley isn't a bad play. Here's a look at the schedule for February 4-10: 4 Games: Nets, Bobcats, Nuggets, Pistons, Warriors, Rockets, Pacers, Clippers, Lakers, Grizzlies, Heat, Wolves, Knicks, Thunder, Magic, Suns, Blazers, Jazz 3 Games: Hawks, Celtics, Bulls, Cavs, Mavs, Bucks, Hornets, 76ers, Kings, Spurs, Raptors, Wizards
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