November 2, 2010

Fantasy Basketball Player of the Day: 11/2

Every day that there are games, FSC is going to pick the player that was the most wowing in fantasy world. But before I tell you last night's MVP let's look at the runners-up:

There is honestly no way any team besides the Lakers, Heat or Celtics win the 'ship this year. They are completely dismantling people.

3rd Place: Rajon Rondo, Celtics
Its kind of amazing that Rondo hasn't appeared on a FBPotD list yet. I mean, the guy is averaging 17 assists per game. That's out of this world. If he keeps it up, I guess Rondo's 9 points, 17 assists, 3 rebounds, 4 steals, 1 three, was just average. Not bad if you ask me.

2nd Place: LaMarcus Aldridge, Blazers
Sure, his percentages were less than desirable. But, the rest of his line was pure fantasy dominance. The big man from Portland had 14 points, 8 rebounds, 2 assists, 4 steals and 5 blocks. Oh, and he threw a 3 ball in there for good measure. Aldridge put together the most balanced line of the day, and was celebrated by roto owners everywhere.

1st Place: John Wall, Wizards
Twitter (shameless plug: @FSCircle) was abuzz as the Philadelphia-Washington game was going on. Not because it was an overtime battle between two teams trying to win their first game, but because of the show John Wall was putting on. Not only did the ROY candidate knock down 29 points on efficient shooting, he had 8 turnovers! Oh wait, that's not the number I was looking for. What I meant was that Wall had 11 assists and 9 steals. 9! He came close to a triple double with steals. That's unheard of. Tonight was John Wall's coming out party for the fantasy community, and it rivals the shindigs the GOP is having tonight.