The Rookie Wall
With the All-Star break quickly approaching, we've stumbled upon a junkyard of rookies, freshly banged up from the first half of their first NBA season. After a fast and furious start, the NBA draft class of 2012 has hit the rookie wall. To a racer, this is a garage of once well-oiled machines, now rusty. To a fantasy manager, this is a garage sale of buy-low players, sure to be rejuvenated after the long weekend.
Below I discuss the recent struggles of top fantasy rookies this season, and how each of their situations are likely to pan out in the latter half of the season.
Anthony Davis (97 percent owned in Yahoo; 100 percent owned in ESPN)
Davis experienced a rough start to the season, sustaining various injuries amidst a series of productive games. Before sitting out eleven games with an injured ankle, Davis averaged 16.0 points, 8.3 rebounds, 1.0 steals, and 2.2 blocks in six games. He returned to actio You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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