Fantasy Spin: Saturday, January 4, 2014

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The Raptors continued their surge with a road win over the Wizards. Kyle Lowry/TOR and DeMar DeRozan/TOR have emerged as one of the top guard duos in the league; last night they were supported by 18 points off the bench from Patrick Patterson/TOR. The Warriors shrugged off fatigue and beat the Hawks by a point. Continuing the theme of close games, James Harden/HOU poured in 37 points leading the Rockets to a 102-100 win over the Knicks. The Clippers beat the Mavericks, but lost Chris Paul/LAC to injury. There are nine games on the NBA schedule tonight. Here is today’s Fantasy Spin.

10 Fast Facts from Last Night’s Games — CP3 and Anderson Injured, Toronto Above .500, Golden State Wins 8th in a Row

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ChrisPaulSH1Friday, January 3, 2014 was a devastating evening in the NBA. An All-NBA point guard suffered a severe injury and a former Most Improved Player of the Year award-winner hit the hardwood with a scary impact.

Here’s everything that you need to know about last night’s action.

SH Blog: Chris Paul out 3-5 Weeks; Trade Talk Heats Up; Nash Hopes To Return Soon; How Valuable Is Andre Iguodala?

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gasolAs the NBA season finds itself some 30-games into the season, we are starting to get an idea of who’s who around the league.

For the most part, we know who will be around to contend in April, May and June. But the question today is who will be a real threat? And who will assert themselves over the next two months while Russell Westbrook and Chris Paul are sidelined.

Yes, Paul (separated shoulder) is out, too — for those of you who didn’t stay up for the late games.

Nuggets Rescind Andre Miller’s Suspension

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Andre MillerAndre Miller is no longer suspended. But he won’t play tonight.

The Denver Nuggets on Friday rescinded Miller’s two-game suspension. However, Miller still will miss all team activities – including two games – between now and Monday for what the team called personal reasons.

So he’s not suspended. But he is still missing two games.

OK. Rookie coach Brian Shaw somewhat explained the decision on the team’s Twitter account.

Tweet of the Day: Metta World Peace Active On Twitter Again?

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As if he ever left Twitter in the first place…with the New York Knicks coming off of a 105-101 victory over the San Antonio Spurs, Metta World Peace is now active on Twitter again.

Twas yet another example of Metta being Metta on Twitter.

He qualified his social media activity by suggesting that he can’t tweet when his team loses.