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    Karl MarxOct 27, 2010 at 5:06 pm

    I’m usually not the one who points out errors, but again after reading this article it’s completely obvious from a true sports fantasy nerd as I am that the author of this article has as much knowledge of sports as a grain of sand in the Sahara Desert. Also, I can infer that the author has as much grammatical knowledge as the grain of sand right next to the other grain in the Sahara Desert. Take a look at this sentence, “Whether you’re a casual basketball fan, or a fantasy geek, fantasy basketball has the excitement and competitiveness that all true sports fan live for.” Again being basically a pro at fantasy evaluation, I can tell any other reader who is interested in having a GOOD fantasy team not to pick any of those guys depicted. I believe in the Capone approach to fantasy teams…pick the guys who might do good for they have less of a chance of getting injured. As much as I do not want to allude to my teaching career in Berlin, each article I read takes me back to those days. Again I will compare this article and the author to a little 6 year old german boy who turns in his first essay and it has no words only a picture of a cat. Yes, I did go there.

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