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Last updated  28  May   19       



Wheels start turning on new season

    With the completion of the NBA Draft Lottery, the stage is now set for this summer's FBF Draft, it's that time of year again to get ready for Fantasy Basketball !

    All Draft, Lottery, and picks pages have been updated !!

    The NBA Draft is on the horizon, and remains to be seen which one of the top two NBA prospects will go #1 overall, but we have the NBA Draft Combine which may provide some potential insight on how the most recent crop of NBA newcomers may work out on the big stage.


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Ballers, Striders each make first Finals...

Devin Booker - Ballers        For Crescent City this is the culmination of a great season, their first Finals appearance in team history, after sweepeing the veteran playoff franchise Phoenix Fusion.

        The Ballers had four of their starters average over 40 FPts/G, led by young SG Devin Booker.

        So Antioch also advances to their first Finals, after moving past another familiar playoff team Colorado in four games, with three of their starters over the 40 point mark led by PF Julius Randle.

        The Championship Finals start Monday night and run from the 25th thru the 9th of April, a best 4 of 7 series.

      IR/Injury moves may be made between playoff series, however any replacements will be required to qualify at the same position as the injured player.


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Ballers overcome tough Striders squad...

Paul George - Crescent City Ballers    The series wasn't influenced by injuries in the manner other FBF series were, and almost went the distance, but the Ballers were able to pull thru to best the Striders and take home the hardware with their first Championship Title.

        Early on it had looked like Crescent City would take So Antioch handily, but the Striders fought back taking games four and five by over a 40 point average margin, putting the Ballers on notice.

Stephen Curry - So Antioch Striders        Crescent City was able to regroup after game five, led by SF Paul George who was their only starter over 40 FPts/G.

        The Striders were led by PG Stephen Curry, just under the 40 point plateau.

      We now officially embark into the off-season, with the NBA Playoffs tipping off soon... Next on tap in the FBF is the Draft Lottery show, set for Tuesday May 14th, followed by the NBA Draft on Thursday June 20th.



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