“ADD BISMACK BIYOMBO IN ALL FANTASY LEAGUES IF YOU WANT TO WIN YOUR CHAMPIONSHIP.”-Muntradamus
There is a free agent F/C who was averaging 30+ Minutes, 10+ Rebounds and 5 Blocks per game in his last 3 games before getting injured. I never write a full article about one player, but Bismack for some reason keeps getting overlooked in every league.
He is a Free Agent in over 58% of Sportsline leagues, and the numbers are probably the same in Yahoo! and ESPN. It is time to pick up the block shot feign who will be a huge fantasy contributor now, and the fantasy playoffs. Even if you do not have the use for him on your roster, you do not want another owner to have this fantasy monster.
When the Bobcats officially get eliminated from the playoffs, which they pretty much are now. There is no reason they will not continue to run Bismack around 30+ Minutes a game. His block shot potential is higher than any NBA player in the league. He is a fantasy beast in the waiting. Here are some earlier things I wrote about Biyombo throughout the season.
Byron Mullens now has some serious competition as Bismack Biyombo who put up (4 Blocks) twice in one week, once against Dwight Howard. Biyombo should be added in all deep leagues as this guy is the next coming of, I’ll give you a clue…Dikembe. Biyombo’s value will be higher a month from now than what it is today. Mullens owners can hope he gets moved to PF.
Bismack Biyombo- Bismack had a huge night in his first start grabbing 12 Rebounds, 2 Blocks, 1 Steal, 11 Points in 36 Minutes of action. He was their lottery pick for a reason, and even at the age of 19 if he continues to start, he must be snatched in your fantasy league as the Bobcats really have nothing left to play for.
Bismack Biyombo (6.7/10)
Stats: (16 Minutes, 3.6 Points, 4.4 Rebounds, 1.5 Blocks, 0.3 Steals)
Second Half Outlook: Bismack will feel like a NBA veteran by the time the season is over. He should continue to get starts for the rest of the season, and finding fantasy centers are not easy. His block/steal/rebound potential reminds you of Marcus Camby. His scoring potential reminds you of Marcus Camby. So in reality, you can end up with a Marcus Camby type player on your fantasy roster. That is if you pick him up.
Bismack Biyombo (7.4/10) +.1
Biyombo is the best kept secret in fantasy basketball. Stay tuned for a special article on the block shot specialist who was averaging 5 per game before getting injured. Add him in all leagues despite the shoulder injury.
Bismack Biyombo is a Must-Add Player in all leagues..Need more convincing, watch the video.