All-NBA Team: Fantasy Basketball Money Leagues Selections
There have been over 500 NBA players that suited up across 30 teams this season, and only 15 of them will have the privilege of being honored as part of the Fantasy Basketball Money Leagues All-NBA teams.
So yes, it’s a very select group.
Remember, the differences between shooting guards and point guards, along with the differences between power forwards and small forwards, do not matter for All-NBA teams.
With that being said, here is what we came up with:
Clippers owner Donald Sterling ultimately nixed the trade just a few hours prior to the NBA trade deadline because he feared the deal would have ruined the team’s chemistry.
Ariza would have given Los Angeles the wing defender they need, and Butler still owns a house in Washington D.C., however the deal ended up not going through and only ends up being another one of many NBA rumors that everyone just talks about.
Fantasy Basketball Money Leagues is reporting that the Oklahoma City Thunder are going to re-sign guard Derek Fisher.
According to sources, Oklahoma City already has plans in place to sign Fisher after they traded guard Eric Maynor before the NBA trade deadline last week. Fisher joined OKC late last season after the Los Angeles Lakers traded him to Houston prior to last year’s NBA trade deadline.
The 38 year old veteran will sign with the Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday for the remainder of the NBA season, according to multiple sources close to the ball club.
Fantasy Basketball Money Leagues is reporting that Sacramento Kings forward Thomas Robinson has been traded to the Houston Rockets.
The trade is a bit surprising since teams rarely part with top-five draft picks midway through their rookie seasons. With that said, Robinson has struggled to fit in with Sacramento and saw his playing time diminished with Jason Thompson and DeMarcus Cousins getting most of the minutes.
The New York Knicks are convinced that O’Neal is the exact type of player they need to help them down stretch and in the NBA playoffs, and they are attempting to put a proposal together before the NBA trade deadline, which is Thursday, February 21st.
Fantasy Basketball Money Leagues is reporting that Los Angeles Lakers coach Mike D’Antoni remains highly interested in the team making a trade to acquire Utah Jazz guard Raja Bell before the NBA trade deadline (Thursday, February 21st).
Bell hasn’t played for the Jazz this NBA season after both sides mutually agree that it’s best he stays away from the team as the organization tries to figure out a way to resolve their differences.
Raja Bell was a key part of Mike D’Antoni’s success while he coached the Phoenix Suns, and the Los Angeles Lakers coach feels that he could be a huge help down the stretch to get the team into the playoffs.
Interest in Los Angeles Clippers guard Eric Bledsoe has increased over the past week with the NBA trade deadline of February 21st vast approaching.
Fantasy Basketball Money Leagues is reporting that the Utah Jazz and LA Clippers have had a mutual interest in making a trade that would include Paul Millsap in exchange for Bledsoe.
Despite prior reports that the club has no interest in moving Bledsoe before the NBA trade deadline, the Los Angeles Clippers and Utah Jazz have been discussing the trade, and things do seem to be moving forward, according to sources.