The Second Season
People tend to think of the All-Star break as the halfway point of the season, but in the NBA, this isn't accurate. Most teams have played right around 52 games, which only leaves 30 remaining. So while the season as a whole is similar to a marathon, the two months after the All-Star Game are more akin to a long sprint. As such, quite a bit should be different from here on in.
For one thing, the trade deadline is this week. Though there haven't been a lot of big names mentioned in trade rumors thus far, the deadline is still a time when anything can happen. And since it's coming up so quickly, it will help set the tone for the second season. Obviously, if any big names are moved, it causes ripples in fantasy value for every player on the team. But a non-deal can also have an effect, as some players that are often rumored to be traded let that affect their games. Just recently, Evan Turner reportedly vented about how he's having a ca You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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