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by: AnthonyP On  Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Chris BoshTotal Pro Sports – Even though this was a shortened week, we will publish our first week of NBA Fantasy 3 Stars. The first week in any sport is hard to determine who was the best performer. Players are trying to find where they left off last year, as a little rust is still visible on most players.

Not only were these NBA players big fantasy basketball performers, they helped their own team win on the court.

Lets take a look at the NBA Fantasy 3 Stars for Week 1.

1st Fantasy Star – Chris “CB4″ Bosh, Toronto Raptors

Chris Bosh was a monster on the court this past week averaging 26 points, 10 Rebounds, and 4 assists per game. He lead the Toronto Raptors last week to a 3-0 record, along with 2 wins on the road. The combination of Jermaine O’Neal and Chris Bosh look deadly, and are already drawing close comparisons to a much more athletic version of the “Twin Towers”. If you have Bosh on your fantasy team this kid should be a fantasy starter all the time. Look for the Raptors to keep on improving as long as the team could stay healthy.

2nd Fantasy Star – Chris “CP3″ Paul, New Orleans Hornets

Chris Paul continues where he left off last year running his team deep into the playoffs. Chris Paul or better known as CP3 was just spectacular, Paul led the Hornets to a 3-0 record averaging 21.7 points, 5.3 rebounds, 12 assists and 2.3 steals. You can hear the Hornets fans already chanting “MVP, MVP, MVP, MVP”. What an opportunity the Bucks and the Hawks missed out in not drafting Chris Paul in 2005. A no doubter here drafting Chris Paul with your number 1 pick on your fantasy basketball team. If you have him on your team your probably licking your lips, expect more of this on a game to game basis.

3rd Fantasy Star – Andris Biedrins, Golden State Warriors

In 2004 the Golden State Warriors drafted Andris Biedrins with the 11th pick in the draft. Dividends are now paying off, the 6’11″ Center averaged 18 points, 15 rebounds and 1 assist per game. With his most recent game bringing 22 rebounds. If your fantasy basketball league gives you points for rebound this kid is a keeper. If hes still available as a free agent pick him up asap, Andris Biedrins will continue to improve and make the Golden State Warriors and your fantasy basketball team much more competitive.

Remember to check back in next week to see who the NBA Fantasy 3 Stars will be for Week 2.




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