Two fantasy experts,
A lot was expected of Griffin after being picked No. 1 overall in the draft this past June. He put together a strong Summer League which only added to the hype and expectations. Unfortunately, Griffin's star was suddenly dimmed right before the start of the season when it was discovered that he would be out up to six weeks with a stress fracture in his left knee. Six weeks has turned into eight weeks, though Griffin is expected to be back by the first week of January. Will fantasy owners regret holding onto Griffin or will their loyalty pay off with fantasy gold?
After a tremendous first half of the 2008-09 season that earned him a spot on the Eastern Conference All Star team, Nelson's regular season was cut short in early February by a torn labrum in his right shoulder. Nelson's injury woes have continued this year and he has struggled to regain his All-Star form in the 13 games he has played in. Are the days of Jameer Nelson putting up All-Star caliber numbers over?
Martin got off to a sizzling start this season until he broke his left wrist five games into the season. In his absence, rookie