“Tanking” is a word that has been mentioned more this season in the NBA than ever before. With a potentially star-studded NBA Draft in 2014, and an increasing number of teams willing to lose now, in exchange for potentially winning later, teams are “tanking” for ping pong balls in the 2014 draft lottery. They’re not losing on purpose, but they’re not trying to win.
When it comes to a fantasy draft, it’s all about finding value. After taking on some “sleepers” last week, we at RotoAnalysis are going to bring you some “busts” this week.
Which player should come off the fantasy boards first overall? Our Sports Verdict team debates!
Value and age are two reasons you may want to stay away from drafting Peyton Manning in fantasy football.
By Matt Leon PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Defense was obviously a top priority for the Flyers at Sunday’s NHL Draft. They used four of their six picks on blue liners, including top selection Samuel Morin. The […]
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Imagine you have a plan to accomplish a goal, and you write it down. You write down your entire plan of attack.
The New York Daily News is reporting that the Sixers will hire Spurs assistant Brett Brown.
The Philadelphia 76ers have selected Syracuse point guard Michael Carter-Williams with the 11th pick in the NBA draft.
University Of Delaware outfielder Nick Ferdinand was taken in the 35th round of the draft by the Phillies.
WCU’s Joe Gunkel was taken over the weekend by the Boston Red Sox in the 18th round of the 2013 Draft.
The Dallas Cowboys 2013 draft board is revealed, and it looks like they think the Eagles did pretty well.
The NFL and NFLPA are working toward a deal that would push the NFL Draft back to May, starting in 2014.
Syracuse’s Justin Pugh, a Council Rock graduate, wouldn’t mind dropping in the draft to go to the Eagles.
Former Malvern star QB Ryan Nassib could go as high as eigth in Thursday’s NFL Draft.