Sanders seems to have been cursed ever

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The Philadelphia Flyers have signed defenceman Hal Gill to one-year contract worth $700,000. Gill, 38, was invited to Flyers camp on a professional tryout to add depth to the teams blue line. He suited up for 32 games with the Nashville Predators in 2012-13, registering a minus-3 rating and 12 penalty minutes. Gill has played 1,102 career NHL games with the Predators, Montreal Canadiens, Pittsburgh Penguins, Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins. He won the 2009 Stanley Cup while with the Penguins. He has scored 36 career goals and 148 assists. He was originally selected by the Bruins in the eighth round (207th overall) of the 1993 NHL Entry Draft. Gregor Blanco Mets Jersey . Nikolai Khabibulin was yanked in the second period, and the Ottawa Senators looked ready to put away a big road win. Noah Syndergaard Jersey . Dwyane Wade took over in the fourth quarter. http://www.metsbaseballauthentic.com/zac...er-mets-jersey/. Jesus Navas bookended yet another huge home win for City by scoring after 14 seconds and again in second-half stoppage time, with Sergio Aguero also netting in each half to add to an own goal by Sandro and a brilliant strike by Alvaro Negredo. Jeurys Familia Mets Jersey .B. -- Canadian pairs skaters Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford went from elated to frustrated in the span of a few minutes. Pete Alonso Jersey . - Tom Brady and the Patriots routed the Bengals and quieted the doubters.With injuries, lineup changes and other roster moves affecting playing time, it is important to keep your fantasy lineup up-to-date. Here are some under-the-radar players to take a look at to fill in the final spots on your team, as well as some who no longer warrant ownership. Take a look at… Tristan Thompson (PF/C - Cle) – 28.9% owned: With starting centre Anderson Varejao out for the season after tearing his Achilles, the job now belongs to Thompson. The former fourth-overall pick had shown flashes of his double-double potential coming off of the bench earlier in the season but remained inconsistent in that role. In his two starts since Varejao went down, Thompson has played heavy minutes and missed a second double-double by one point. Cleveland is thin up front, and while the team has been rumoured to be in the market for a big man, nothing has come to fruition on that front. Until something happens, Thompson is the guy to fill in. Cory Joseph (PG - SA) – 11.2% owned: While starting point guard Tony Parkers injury seems to be not as serious as originally thought, Joseph is worth a look until Parker returns. He wont “wow” owners in any category but he does enough across the stat sheet to be able to help a fantasy team. Even when Parker comes back, Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich is famous for resting his aging core of star players and Joseph has filled in admirably throughout the season in that role so far as well. Despite the season debut of Patty Mills on Sunday, the starters job is Josephs in Parkers absence. Jarrett Jack (PG - Bkn) – 25.3% owned: Originally just a spot starter while Deron Williams was nursing an injury, Jack started the last two games for the Nets with Williams coming off the bench. It remains to be seen if this lineup change will continue, but one should assume that Williams is likely to regain his starting spot sooner rather than later. Regardless, in four games, Jack has averaged 20.3 points, 6.5 assists, 1.8 steals and a 57% field goal percentage. Those numbers arent sustainable, but it is worth riding Jack while he remains hot. In addition, there are always worries about Williams health and the constant trade rumours surrounding him, all of which can only be positives for Jacks owners. Alex Len (C - Phx) – 8.9% owned: It could just be coincidence, but the Suns have gone on a six-game winning streak one game after Len was inserted into the starting lineup over Miles Plumlee. As a starter, he has only averaged 9.dddddddddddd0 points and 7.4 rebounds per game and still isnt playing starters minutes, but his field goal percentage (56.5%) and blocks (2.7 per game) during that span that should keep owners satisfied. If Len can keep improving throughout the season, those looking for a big man should keep their eye on how this situation plays out. Maybe say goodbye to… Omer Asik (C – NO) – 43% owned: His 14-point, 17-rebound, five-block performance on opening night is now a distant memory for Asik owners. Once a guarantee for at least double-digit rebounds each night, Asik has failed to deliver that in six of his last eight games and continues to see his minutes decrease. The Pelicans seem to have gone for a pairing of Anthony Davis and Ryan Anderson as the teams primary two big men throughout the game. Asik was never going to provide owners with more than rebounds and blocks, and there are some better options out there right now. Larry Sanders (PF/C - Mil) – 25.3% owned: How the Fantasy mighty have fallen. Sanders seems to have been cursed ever since signing a four-year, $44 million extension with Milwaukee last season. Whether dealing with injuries or suspension, Sanders struggled all of last season to put all of his 9.8 points, 9.5 rebounds and 2.8 blocks back together and hasnt found it yet this season either. Those hoping for a bounce-back year from Sanders should move on, as there are no nightly guarantees of what kind of stat line he will produce. He has also failed to register a double-double all season. Marreese Speights (PF/C – GSW) – 18.3% owned: His value took a hit with the return of David Lee, and it will continue to fall in January when Andrew Bogut returns. Speights still holds some worth for now as Lee works his way back into game shape and Festus Ezeli is sidelined with an ankle injury, however owners should be prepared to drop Speights in the next few weeks. Terrence Jones (PF - Hou) – 23.5% owned: He is still being listed as out indefinitely by the Rockets following a nerve injury in his leg, and despite recently running on a treadmill, there doesnt seem to be a reliable timetable for his return. Donatas Motiejunas filled in during that time and did so quite well, but now that the Rockets have Josh Smith, both of their values take a hit. Jones injury has gone beyond the “wait and see” approach and is not worth stashing until more news becomes available. ' ' '

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