Saturday, November 27, 2010

Nice Work Ger-Bear!

Gerald Wallace November 26th, 2010
21 pts, 14 rebs, 4 ast, 3 stls, 2 blks, 2 treys

I've always liked Charlotte for fantasy, kinda the way Football GM's like Peyton Hillis. OK, it's true, I have a fantasy football problem (although it certainly isn't Hillis whom I located on the wire in week 2 and has since morphed into a beast). But enough about me and my love affair with white running backs, let's talk Gerald.

Like I said, I've always had a good feeling about the Bobcats fantasy implications, and alot of that has to do with Gerald Wallace. AKA Crash. More commonly known to us here as Ger-Bear. Just a healthy platter of all kinds of stats and sexy highlights. The aforementioned line from Nov 26th is just a taste of what the modern day fantasy matrix is capable of, heavy scoring, uncontrollable rebounding (although after a career year last year he's slowed down on the boards), a handful of assists, some solid defensive stats (combined 2.5 this year) as well as almost a 3 ball per game. Impressive. I wont lie to you and say he's a great shooter, in fact last night he went 6-21 for 28% from the field, and yeah, he did have 3 TO's. In fact he has an abundance of TO's this year, 47 in total. We all knew it would go down like that though, saying Gerald Wallace isn't going to give the ball away needlessly almost 3 times a game on average is like saying that 1 in 3 men are going to die like this.

The point is Gerald is awesome, only injury should prevent a highly sexual smorgasbord of shit like this. And as for Charlotte, Stephen Jackson will be Stephen Jackson, he'll take a shit ton of shots (and he's been inclined to connect with more than 6 of 21 but that can't/won't stop Ger-Bear). Boris Diaw has been playing solid, putting up fantasy viable lines of a slightly less-awesome nature than Gerald, but should still be started. And call me a Fantasy Atheist if you want, but I do NOT believe in Tyrus Thomas, he's the pure definition of up & down. But Geraldo Wallvera shows no signs of slowing down, even when the shameless shooting and scoring isn't present, the peripherals certainly are.

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