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Ant-Rand's flow is so rare, his seat leaned back ya can't see his chair. He ain't goin' platinum, he's goin' double uranium, son.

OK, maybe not.
Ant-Rand's flow is so rare, his seat leaned back ya can't see his chair. He ain't goin' platinum, he's goin' double uranium, son. OK, maybe not.

Quick lesson: One important thing to always remember is if you feel there is a player sitting out on the waiver wire and that player isn't much worse than your worst guy, sometimes it's a good idea to grab him. For example, I was in a streaming league and I had a feeling my opponent tried to add Nate Robinson off waivers on Thursday morning, but as it turns out, I had higher priority. My opponent was left with a player he didn't want and Michael Beasley was still sitting out there on the waiver wire (played Thursday night). Even though I had all my stream guys set up, I decided to drop Bismack Biyombo to grab Beasley. The drop of BB put him on waivers, so nobody was able to start him. As fate would have it, Beasley had the better game and my opponent dropped Parsons for Taj Gibson (who was solid, but that's not the point). The moral of the story is that owners should also be thinking about hurting their opponents at any chance you can.

Don't forget to be always checking your schedules and making the most of your roster. We talked quite a bit about cutting hurt players on PNR. Of course, we talked all about which players might be worth an add.

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