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Spurs Rank High as Fantasy Players

By Daniel Strickland on October 23, 2005.

Not only do our three big guns have what it takes to win another NBA Title this year, they also have the balanced stats to make them outstanding Fantasy League players, according to Yahoo! Sports Brandon Funston.

Centers : #1 Tim Duncan
“Getting a bit Shaq-like at the line, and he’s missed some games the past two years, but he’s never had below 20 points, 11 boards and 2 blocks in his career.”

Shooting Guards: #6 Manu Ginobili
“Does it all, brings his hard hat to the job and leaves it all on the court.”

Point Guards: #17 Tony Parker
“He’s improved by baby steps every year and, at 23, he still has room to grow. Fantasy owners hope the growth will come in treys and FT%.”

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  1. Bramlet Abercrombie October 29, 2005

    Fantasy don’t mean shit. Lots of players put up big numbers and never come close to a championship.

    With the Spurs’ incredible depth, their reliance on steady team play rather than individual heroics, the fact that Pop wants to make sure everybody gets enough rest, and their increasing tendency not to rely on any one player (namely TD) on offense, I don’t think any Spurs player will have an incredible regular season statistically. I do expect TD, Manu, and TP to have their best seasons yet, but I don’t know how obviously that will be reflected in their stats.


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