Radioshow – Mental X http://mentalx.org/ Sat, 15 Jan 2022 15:27:14 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://mentalx.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/default-150x150.png Radioshow – Mental X http://mentalx.org/ 32 32 USDA Forest Service waives fees for MLK Day https://mentalx.org/usda-forest-service-waives-fees-for-mlk-day/ Sat, 15 Jan 2022 13:48:56 +0000 https://mentalx.org/usda-forest-service-waives-fees-for-mlk-day/ (WFRV) – In honor of Martin Luther King Day on Monday, Jan. 17, the USDA Forest Service will waive fees at daytime recreation sites nationwide. “The State Forest offers many opportunities to get out for adventure, exercise, or just some fresh air,”said forestry supervisor Paul Strong. “We hope this vacation waiver will provide some encouragement […]]]>

(WFRV) – In honor of Martin Luther King Day on Monday, Jan. 17, the USDA Forest Service will waive fees at daytime recreation sites nationwide.

“The State Forest offers many opportunities to get out for adventure, exercise, or just some fresh air,”
said forestry supervisor Paul Strong. “We hope this vacation waiver will provide some encouragement to get
get out and enjoy our national public lands.

While the fee waiver will cover many National Forest Picnic Areas, boat launches, trailheads and visitor centers, the USDA noted that individuals will still have to pay fees. fees for camping, cabin rentals, heritage expeditions or other permits.

Additionally, this fee waiver applies to select Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest trailheads, where visitors typically pay a $5 daily user fee.

According to the USDA, this fee waiver is one of many they make throughout the year on special events or federal holidays. The next free dates to come in 2022 are as follows:

  • Presidents Day: February 21
  • National Outdoor Day: June 11
  • National Public Lands Day: September 24
  • Veterans Day: November 11

More information about the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest is available on the forest’s website.

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DOD grants first religious waivers for COVID vaccine https://mentalx.org/dod-grants-first-religious-waivers-for-covid-vaccine/ Thu, 13 Jan 2022 22:15:29 +0000 https://mentalx.org/dod-grants-first-religious-waivers-for-covid-vaccine/ List of cookies A cookie is a small piece of data (text file) that a website – when visited by a user – asks your browser to store on your device in order to remember information about you, such as your language preference or information connection. These cookies are set by us and called first […]]]>

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WTO calls for urgent agreement on IPR waiver https://mentalx.org/wto-calls-for-urgent-agreement-on-ipr-waiver/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 23:27:54 +0000 https://mentalx.org/wto-calls-for-urgent-agreement-on-ipr-waiver/ NEW DELHI : The World Trade Organization (WTO) urged members to redouble their efforts to reach a multilateral agreement on the waiver of intellectual property rights (IPRs) on vaccines, therapeutics and diagnostics related to Covid- 19 mentioned by India to fully contribute to the global fight against the pandemic. The WTO said in a statement […]]]>

NEW DELHI : The World Trade Organization (WTO) urged members to redouble their efforts to reach a multilateral agreement on the waiver of intellectual property rights (IPRs) on vaccines, therapeutics and diagnostics related to Covid- 19 mentioned by India to fully contribute to the global fight against the pandemic.

The WTO said in a statement that a meeting was convened on Monday by the general council of the multilateral body in response to India’s proposal to hold a virtual ministerial conference to discuss waiving relevant protections from the multilateral body. intellectual property. The waiver of IPRs, such as patents held by innovators, will allow others to manufacture generic versions of these products, thereby helping to reduce costs and improve competition and the availability of such products.

At the meeting, WTO Director-General Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala urged member countries to urgently step up their efforts, suggesting that with the requisite political will, members can in the coming weeks achieve multilateral compromises on intellectual property and other issues so that the WTO fully contributes to the global response to Covid-19 and future pandemics.

Okonjo-Iweala called for urgent action towards a comprehensive WTO outcome on the pandemic response. “More than two years have passed since the start of the pandemic. The emergence of the Omicron variant, which forced us to postpone our twelfth ministerial conference, reminded us of the risks of leaving large swathes of the world unvaccinated.

“We at the WTO must now step up our efforts to do our part to achieve a multilateral outcome on intellectual property and other issues in order to fully contribute to the global efforts to combat COVID-19,” the report said. press release citing Okonjo- Iweala.

On December 23, 2021, India wrote to the Chairman of the WTO General Council to request a virtual ministerial meeting to discuss the matter.

Okonjo-Iweala informed members of his efforts to support an informal group of members to achieve “an acceptable and meaningful outcome” that all members can rely on to decide on the IPR issue. Steady progress is being made on the issue, the statement said. .

“There is no better time to build convergence than now,” the statement said, quoting the managing director. She urged all members to actively participate in the discussions of the general council of the body and the TRIPS Council.

The Director-General said in the statement that many countries have contacted her to stress the importance of other items on the WTO agenda, including fisheries subsidies, agriculture and reform of the WTO. the WTO. She said these areas remained a priority.

The gathering heard a range of views on the proposed ministerial meeting, including on the timing, coverage of issues and the need to further narrow the differences in Geneva ahead of the ministerial engagement, the statement said.

The chairman of the WTO General Council, Ambassador Dacio Castillo, said in the statement that he will continue to consult members on the Indian proposal. A joint WTO response to Covid-19 “remains an urgent priority for members,” the statement quoted Castillo said.

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Cavaliers convert Brandon Goodwin’s contract to bilateral deal, waive Tacko Fall https://mentalx.org/cavaliers-convert-brandon-goodwins-contract-to-bilateral-deal-waive-tacko-fall/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 01:10:00 +0000 https://mentalx.org/cavaliers-convert-brandon-goodwins-contract-to-bilateral-deal-waive-tacko-fall/ CLEVELAND, Ohio – Brandon Goodwin, who joined the Cavaliers on Dec. 31 on a 10-day contract through the NBA Hardship Exception, will be staying much longer. The team converted the goalkeeper contract to a bilateral deal on Sunday. Following the move, the team relinquished the Tacko Fall center. Goodwin has played three games with the […]]]>

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Brandon Goodwin, who joined the Cavaliers on Dec. 31 on a 10-day contract through the NBA Hardship Exception, will be staying much longer. The team converted the goalkeeper contract to a bilateral deal on Sunday. Following the move, the team relinquished the Tacko Fall center.

Goodwin has played three games with the Cavaliers and is averaging 7.3 points, 3.7 rebounds and 4.7 assists in 22.7 minutes. In his first game for the Cavs on Dec. 31 against the Hawks, Goodwin had 13 points and six assists off the bench.

It was signed after Darius Garland entered NBA health and safety protocols and Ricky Rubio suffered an ACL tear on December 28.

Fall played 11 games for the Cavaliers, averaging 1.1 points and 2.1 rebounds in 5.4 minutes.

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Odisha Supplies Civil Society seeks waiver of interest and penalty tax – The New Indian Express https://mentalx.org/odisha-supplies-civil-society-seeks-waiver-of-interest-and-penalty-tax-the-new-indian-express/ Sat, 08 Jan 2022 01:58:00 +0000 https://mentalx.org/odisha-supplies-civil-society-seeks-waiver-of-interest-and-penalty-tax-the-new-indian-express/ Through Express news service BHUBANEWAR: Odisha State Civil Supply Company (OSCSC) Ltd urged the state government to waive interest and penalties for late filing of VAT tax. The company, which is a “no-loss-no-profit” state government enterprise, wrote to the Ministry of Finance requesting a full waiver of interest and penalties from April 2013 to August […]]]>

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BHUBANEWAR: Odisha State Civil Supply Company (OSCSC) Ltd urged the state government to waive interest and penalties for late filing of VAT tax. The company, which is a “no-loss-no-profit” state government enterprise, wrote to the Ministry of Finance requesting a full waiver of interest and penalties from April 2013 to August 2015.

Sources said the company delayed filing the monthly amount of VAT for which Deputy Trade Tax Commissioner Bhubaneswar (Circle IV) imposed interest and penalties for the period.

“The company challenged the assessment order in Odisha’s sales tax court, Cuttack. Since the entire share capital of OSCSC Ltd is contributed by the state government, the imposition of interest and penalties will be an additional burden, ”the letter said to the senior secretary of the finance department.

The state has 2,500 primary agriculture companies that source paddy from around 12 lakhs of farmers through around 3,000 mandis. The purchasing centers are located in remote areas. However, the VAT filing was delayed due to the late arrival of the mandis supply data.

The company submitted a proposal to waive the 1.26 crore rupees charged during the period. He has already filed a VAT of Rs 283.27 crore, Rs 329.31 crore and Rs 411.97 crore in three years from 2012-13 to 2014-15.

Meanwhile, the Company has authorized districts to continue harvesting wheat for the months of December 2021 and January 2022 until January 15 and January 31 respectively, as distribution will begin from January 16.


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20 unvaxed NegOcc cops submit waiver to PRO-6 https://mentalx.org/20-unvaxed-negocc-cops-submit-waiver-to-pro-6/ Thu, 06 Jan 2022 09:50:00 +0000 https://mentalx.org/20-unvaxed-negocc-cops-submit-waiver-to-pro-6/ THE CITY OF BACOLOD – A total of 20 remaining staff from the Negros Occidental Provincial Police Office (NOCPPO) submitted a waiver, waiving their opportunity to benefit from the 2019 coronavirus disease (Covid-19) vaccines. Data released Thursday showed that of the 2,378 NOCPPO staff members, 2,358 or 99.2 percent have been vaccinated. Lt. Abegael Donasco, […]]]>

THE CITY OF BACOLOD – A total of 20 remaining staff from the Negros Occidental Provincial Police Office (NOCPPO) submitted a waiver, waiving their opportunity to benefit from the 2019 coronavirus disease (Covid-19) vaccines.

Data released Thursday showed that of the 2,378 NOCPPO staff members, 2,358 or 99.2 percent have been vaccinated.

Lt. Abegael Donasco, spokesperson for NOCPPO, told the Philippine News Agency (PNA) that unvaccinated people have been asked to submit a waiver to the Regional Police Office (PRO) 6 (Western Visayas) .

They are made up of 13 staff with co-morbidities and a further seven who are either pregnant or breastfeeding women.

Of those vaccinated, 2,063 completed both doses while 295 received the first dose.

So far, 57 have benefited from the booster injections.

Donasco said that starting Thursday, unvaccinated police officers must undergo a reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test every 14 days at their expense, in accordance with the “no work, no vaccine “from the Philippine National Police.

“It’s twice a month, especially for those who are required to report to provincial headquarters or their stations,” she added.

Under resolution 148-B of the Interagency Working Group for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases, all establishments and employers in the public and private sectors must require that their eligible employees assigned to perform on-site work be vaccinated against Covid. -19.

Meanwhile, Donasco said NOCPPO had no active Covid-19 cases after 243 of 245 infected people recovered while two died. (ANP)


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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Championship Week, Part 2 https://mentalx.org/fantasy-football-waiver-wire-championship-week-part-2/ Tue, 04 Jan 2022 14:37:08 +0000 https://mentalx.org/fantasy-football-waiver-wire-championship-week-part-2/ As the season draws to a close, I cannot thank you enough for staying with me and reading these articles every week. Hope you won a league this season, but if you’re still playing in week 18, those are the remaining players that I would target. It’s a smaller pool, of course. But like I […]]]>

As the season draws to a close, I cannot thank you enough for staying with me and reading these articles every week. Hope you won a league this season, but if you’re still playing in week 18, those are the remaining players that I would target. It’s a smaller pool, of course. But like I mentioned in the last or two last posts, you should probably have your list mostly set in stone, with the exception of maybe one Flex RB / WR option.

I’ll try to be in the NFL Seasonal Chat tonight, but I’ll still be at work relatively late tonight. I’ll be checking Discord on my phone, but I don’t think it will be incredibly busy since most of the leagues are over. But I’m going to check in every once in a while tonight and see if any of you have any questions. Check out the latest set of Waiver Cable Targets for this season!

Quarterbacks

Trey Lance (SF; FAAB submission: 5-8%) The volume wasn’t great, but he proved to be an efficient passer and he didn’t make too many mistakes. Certainly he came against the Houston Texans who don’t pose a big threat. There’s always a possibility that Jimmy Garoppolo’s thumb will get him to play in Week 18. But if Lance gets the go-ahead, the game could require Lance to take control of the game and run more. I’d be nervous if he threw it over 30 times against the Rams’ defense, but I’d be more intrigued if he showed what he can do with his legs.

Taysom Hill (NO; FAAB submission: 5-7%) We haven’t really seen Hill pour this on opponents for fantastic ends since the Jets a few weeks ago. And looking at the number of players, there aren’t too many reliable players available in less than 50% of the leagues. Tua Tagovailoa is drawing the Patriots defense, but he’s had such a low floor since Week 10, Tyler Huntley is useless if Lamar Jackson starts, while Baker Mayfield and Big Ben both look pretty beaten up. The question of availability therefore comes into play. Hill is fairly available and gets a good game against the Falcons who will be looking to play spoiler against their division rival after the Falcons were knocked out of the playoffs last week. It’s a good game for Hill to try and showcase his rushing prowess while trying to sneak the Saints into the playoffs. The Falcons have quietly been pretty decent against opposing quarterbacks lately. Josh Allen’s day was saved with two rushed touchdowns, but they knocked him out three times, and they’ve only allowed a total of nine touchdowns since Week 11.

Ball carriers

Boston Scott (PHI; FAAB submission: 25-35%) This is a situation that deserves to be watched. The Eagles have placed an abundance of players on the COVID / Reserve roster, including Scott, Jordan Howard, Dallas Goedert and Jason Kelce on offense. But with the new COVID protocols, there’s a good chance they’ll all play this weekend if they’re able to give a negative COVID test. No reason to panic just yet, but Scott found the end zone twice on Sunday, giving him three scores in the past two weeks. With a half-meaningful game against the Cowboys this week, Scott could once again be heavily supported.

Ke’Shawn Vaughn (VG; FAAB submission: 15%) Ronald Jones II doesn’t look great as a “featured” back for the Buccaneers. He’s racked up 94 rushing yards on 30 carries over the past two weeks. Sure, the volume was there, but it wasn’t effective. In addition, he suffers from an ankle injury. Vaughn looked like the player the Bucs hoped he would be when they drafted him in 2020. He’s been given a bigger role in the offense over the past two weeks and could play a big role on Sunday. if Jones misses the game. It should be noted that Vaughn himself suffers from a rib injury, but on Monday night it seemed more likely that Vaughn would appear than Jones.

Dare Ogunbowale (JAC; FAAB submission: 12%) If you were brave enough to start DO last week against New England, you were rewarded with a late touchdown that saved the day. The double-digit keys deserve to be seen as a flex option in Week 18 against the Colts. With the exception of the disastrous game against the Bucs, the Colts have done quite well, giving up just 140 rushing yards to opposing running backs in their last three games. If he finds the end zone this week, take it and run. You just need to hope he can do it for the third week in a row.

Wide receivers

Braxton Berrios (NYJ; FAAB offer: 10%) Berrios was an absolute gem last week. It was arguably the only correct part I had in my DFS line. He scored twice and had eight catches on 12 targets. He now has 29 targets in his last four games and it’s that time of year when teams start to see what they have with certain strengths on their roster. Berrios put on a hell of a show, but unfortunately the Jets get the Bills next week which is a tough draw. But there’s always that chance that Buffalo would rest the players in the second half with the game in hand. Either way, if you play in week 18, chances are you will be playing Berrios compared to other players who have brought you this far.

Zay jones (LV; FAAB offer: 10%) Jones, like Berrios, has been on a good short run since the start of December. In his last four games in particular, Jones has 34 targets with 25 catches. Has he found the end zone? No, not since week 1. But there is clearly some volume available for him. DeSean Jackson doesn’t do much and Bryan Edwards hasn’t been very involved. A lot of it is the Hunter Renfrow and Zay Jones show while Darren Waller is out, and that helped the Raiders get a three-game winning streak and they will now face the Chargers for a playoff spot on Sunday night. I’d be shocked if the Raiders didn’t find a way to target Jones seven to nine times in a game up for grabs.

Laquon Treadwell (JAC; FAAB submission: 7-8%) It feels weird to associate Treadwell with the label of “decent ground”. But that’s where we are and it’s not a bad thing. Since Week 12, Treadwell has played six straight games with at least 50 receiving yards and he’s also had at least four catches in each of those games. He hasn’t scored this year, but in the deeper PPR leagues there are worse options. The Jags will end the season against the Colts and while Indy hasn’t been that great against opposing wide receivers, they are by no means world batsmen.

Cyril Grayson (VG; FAAB submission: 3-4%) I’m not incredibly crazy to play Grayson, but he has straight games of over 80 receiving yards and with Chris Godwin on the shelf and Antonio Brown doing in Tampa Bay, you have to imagine he could see a role. more important in the offense. It looks like Tom Brady trusts him, but the sample size is so small and any receiver on the depth map could emerge, but Grayson looks like a strong candidate for a Week 18 entry.

Tight ends

Hunter Henri (NE; FAAB submission: 7%) If he’s there I’ll go back to the well predicting he’ll find the end zone next week. The Pats lost 50 points in Jacksonville last week. If I had known that before the game, as well as the target trend he’s been seeing lately, then I would have felt good that he is scoring. New England travel to Miami this week to potentially improve their own playoff standings. Miami has nothing to do. Their playoff hopes are lost and they can’t spoil here except to prevent New England from winning the division. If Henry is there, he could prove to be a reliable streamer in this post this week.

Cole Kmet (CHI; FAAB submission: 5-6%) Kmet is a tough player to sell. He plays enough snaps and has the pedigree to be great in the NFL, but he just can’t get into the end zone. It’s been almost 13 months since Kmet scored a touchdown. However, he’s still involved in the offense with at least five targets in six straight games. The quality of the quarterback he is at the mercy of is not an elite, but beggars cannot choose. The Packers got a Bye in the first round, so maybe they’ll leave some starters on the defense, which could see Kmet end the season on a high note.

Defense / Special teams

Tennessee Titans – If you’re targeting a streamer at any position this week, you want to pay attention to teams / players with something to play for. If the Titans beat Houston this week, they clinch the AFC seed and get the coveted Bye in the first round. This game started off with an over / under at 44.0 points and it is slowly being bet to 43 and the Titans are favored by ten points. Houston could try to fight on offense, but it should ultimately be a game Tennessee secures easily.

Kansas City Chiefs – There is obviously a risk here after the Chiefs’ defense was parted by Joe Burrow and Ja’Marr Chase last week. However, I still buy into that defense against Denver this week. This is apparently a must for the Chiefs if they want the Bye in the AFC first round. Returning in Week 13 against the Broncos, the Chiefs recorded a fantastic 13 points and they opened as three-point favorites for Week 18, but it has since been bet that they are ten-point favorites. Teddy Bridgewater hasn’t been very good lately, so the D / ST Chiefs should provide a relatively good floor for anyone playing in Week 18.

Washington Football Team – There is a good opportunity here for Washington to end the season on a high note against the Giants. Opposing D / STs have dumped it on the G-Men in recent weeks. With the revolving door at quarterback for Joe Judge and Co. here are D / ST’s last seven fantastic performances against New York: 13, 6, 10, 6, 13, 18 and 21. The Bears completely embarrassed them this week. last and it’s a team that has only had three turnovers in their previous six games heading into Week 17. Washington and New York are limping to the finish line this year, but Vegas currently have Washington favored by a touchdown and the over / under sit at 38.5 points.


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Fantasy Basketball: Best NBA waiver leads pickups for week 12 of 2021-2022 https://mentalx.org/fantasy-basketball-best-nba-waiver-leads-pickups-for-week-12-of-2021-2022/ Sun, 02 Jan 2022 04:10:26 +0000 https://mentalx.org/fantasy-basketball-best-nba-waiver-leads-pickups-for-week-12-of-2021-2022/ Good year! The NBA begins the first week of 2022 with a loaded four-day action roster with at least nine games on the schedule. Hopefully the league can avoid any further cancellations and roll out a full week of games for a lot of fantastic basketball goodness. This week, 18 of the 30 NBA teams […]]]>

Good year! The NBA begins the first week of 2022 with a loaded four-day action roster with at least nine games on the schedule. Hopefully the league can avoid any further cancellations and roll out a full week of games for a lot of fantastic basketball goodness. This week, 18 of the 30 NBA teams have a full four-game roster, while the other 12 play all three times. With a fairly busy but balanced schedule, you can be aggressive in improving your lineup for the leagues throughout the season while targeting teams that play four times. With injuries and players coming in and out of protocols things are changing quickly by the day, so check out my Twitter account @ZT_sports if you are looking for single game streaming options as well as cheap everyday DFS games.

At the top of this article, you can find the hottest mics, most of which have been featured in this space over the past few weeks. They quickly drop from the waivers thread and are likely registered in your league, but they’re great options to consider if available. At the bottom of the article, you can find some deep league options that are worth considering if you are trying to anticipate the rush or if the other options are not available. In between these two groups, you can find four highlighted sleepers who I think are good mics and going in the right direction.


Top trending players

  • PG / SG Eric Bledsoe, Los Angeles Clippers
  • PG / SG Malik Monk, Los Angeles Lakers
  • PG / SG Malik Beasley, Minnesota Timberwolves
  • SG / SF Hamidou Diallo, Detroit Pistons
  • SG / SF Terence Mann, Los Angeles Clippers
  • SG / SF Gary Harris Jr., Orlando Magic
  • SF / PF Herbert Jones, New Orleans Pelicans
  • SF / PF Cameron Johnson, Phoenix Suns
  • PF / C Marcus Morris Sr., Los Angeles Clippers
  • PF / C Larry Nance Jr., Portland Trail Blazers
  • PF / C Mason Plumlee, Charlotte Hornets
  • C Nicolas Claxton, Brooklyn Nets

PG / SG Coby White, Chicago Bulls (vs ORL, vs WAS, at DAL)

Whites have entered the starting lineup for the Bulls’ last five games and are expected to continue running even more with Lonzo Ball (health protocols) and Alex Caruso (foot) sidelined. He missed the start of the season with left shoulder surgery and then passed his own stint in health and safety protocols. However, he’s been starting to find a groove lately, and he has good potential as long as he keeps working so hard.

He’s averaged 21.2 points in 32.3 minutes per game in his last six games and has scored over 12 points in five of those games. In all but one of those games, he’s also scored at least three 3-pointers, including a top six 3-pointer in a 24-point performance against the Pacers. The third-year goaltender also improved his assists production while running the point and had a season-high 12 assists on Wednesday in an excellent double-double against the Hawks. He got the assist on the match winner on Friday and recovered as the Bulls’ main contributor.


SG / SF Aaron Wiggins, Oklahoma City Thunder (at MIN, vs. MIN, vs. DEN)

The Thunder enters the week by continuing to fight its COVID-19 epidemic. One of the bright spots in recent weeks, however, has been the emergence of the 23-year-old rookie from Maryland whom the Thunder won in the second round. Wiggins entered the lineup five games ago and is averaging 29.2 minutes per game with an 18.1% utilization rate slowly increasing.

In those five games, Wiggins has averaged 15.6 points, 5.2 rebounds, one assist and one steal per game. He has scored 13 or more points in four straight games and is expected to remain heavily involved in three favorable clashes this week. He doesn’t have as many advantages as Whites but is more stable as White’s role could take a hit if Ball or Caruso returns. Wiggins also brings a bit more rebound potential and recent production similar to White’s and is still only listed in around 20% of the leagues.


SF / PF Keita Bates-Diop, San Antonio Spurs (at TOR, at BOS, at PHI, at BKN)

Spurs have moved Bates-Diop since his breakout game against the Lakers on December 23. With Doug McDermott and Lonnie Walker IV entering health and safety protocols on Saturday, KBD is expected to be even busier this week, as long as the hamstring issue that kept him out of the roster on Saturday n is okay. Devin Vassell, who stepped up his absence on Friday, has already been highlighted in this article and would be a good option if Bates-Diop was left out, but Bates-Diop had played past Vassell before the pain that kept him away for the loss of Spurs in overtime against the Pistons.

Two days before Christmas, Bates-Diop had a perfect 11-for-11 en route to 30 points in that big game in Los Angeles and started each of the four games since that performance before being sidelined on Saturday. In those four games dating back to that performance, he’s averaged 12.5 points, 6.3 rebounds and 1.3 assists in 22.6 minutes per game. With more minutes likely to come, he’s a nice, low-demand option to hook Spurs playing five games in seven days starting Tuesday.


C Guillermo Hernangómez, New Orleans Pelicans (v UTA, v PHX, v GSW, at TOR)

Hernangómez is lined up for a busy week and is set to return to starting lineup with Jonas Valanciunas landing in health and safety protocols after running out of time last week with a back injury. On his first start, Hernangómez had just three points on a 1v11 shot, but still added 16 rebounds and a steal in 32 minutes. He also started the next game and produced 14 points, six rebounds and two assists. He returned to the bench when Valanciunas was back, but has been able to produce double-digit points in nine of his last 17 games, even when Valanciunas was available.

Saturday – JV’s first game due to protocols – Hernangómez started again and registered 11 points and eight rebounds in 20 minutes against the Bucks. His replacement, Jaxson Hayes, looked great in this contest, but I still think the Hernangoat is a safer addition if you’re looking for points, rebounds and good numbers for the big guys this coming week.


Other options to consider

  • PG Rajon Rondo, Cleveland Cavaliers
  • PG Facundo Campazzo, Denver Nuggets
  • PG Payton Pritchard, Boston Celtics
  • PG / SG Donte DiVincenzo, Milwaukee Bucks
  • PG / SG Gary Payton II, Golden State Warriors
  • PG / SG / SF Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Washington Wizards
  • PG / SG / SF Temple Garrett, New Orleans Pelicans
  • SG / SF Isaac Okoro, Cleveland Cavaliers
  • SG / SF Josh Richardson, Boston Celtics
  • SF Amir Coffey, Los Angeles Clippers
  • SF Nassir Little, Portland Trail Blazers
  • SF / PF Obi Toppin, New York Knicks
  • PF Jalen Smith, Phoenix Suns
  • PF / C DeMarcus Cousins, Milwaukee Bucks
  • C Jaxson Hayes, New Orleans Pelicans

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Jaret Patterson: Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pickups – Week 17 https://mentalx.org/jaret-patterson-fantasy-football-waiver-wire-pickups-week-17/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 22:13:34 +0000 https://mentalx.org/jaret-patterson-fantasy-football-waiver-wire-pickups-week-17/ DISPLACEMENT BALL: Add more than 12 leagues REGISTERED IN: 14% of Leagues TO ANALYSE: Patterson’s involvement in Washington’s backfield rotation had already increased due to multiple health issues that had plagued Antonio Gibson and JD McKissic. Now, Gibson’s placement on the reserve / COVID-19 roster has seen Patterson rise to the top of the football […]]]>

DISPLACEMENT BALL: Add more than 12 leagues

REGISTERED IN: 14% of Leagues

TO ANALYSE: Patterson’s involvement in Washington’s backfield rotation had already increased due to multiple health issues that had plagued Antonio Gibson and JD McKissic. Now, Gibson’s placement on the reserve / COVID-19 roster has seen Patterson rise to the top of the football team’s depth chart during their NFC East showdown with Philadelphia.

Gibson suffered from toe and hip injuries, while McKissic remains on the injured list due to a lingering neck issue that sidelined him since week 12. Patterson should now operate with his load. most important job of the season against the Eagles, even if he will. share contacts with Jonathan Williams.

Patterson’s instant share has gone from 7.2% in Weeks 1 through 13 to 20.8% since Week 14. His averages of 3.7 attempts and 11.8 yards per game through Week 13 are also jumped to 5.7 attempts and 27.3 yards per game in his last three games. . It will easily exceed its most recent averages and can be grabbed from the waiver thread by anyone looking for a flexible option.

Expectations should be tempered by his timeshare with Willams and his clash against a Philadelphia run defense which currently ranks ninth (104.6 yards per game). If you’re looking for a flex point in Week 17, Patterson might be worth it based on the expected hit volume alone. Just be sure to double check and make sure Antonio Gibson is 100% off before you plug Patterson into your roster.

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Cordarrelle Patterson and Hunter Renfrow to headline the 2021 fantasy football wire team – the athletic https://mentalx.org/cordarrelle-patterson-and-hunter-renfrow-to-headline-the-2021-fantasy-football-wire-team-the-athletic/ Thu, 30 Dec 2021 05:23:40 +0000 https://mentalx.org/cordarrelle-patterson-and-hunter-renfrow-to-headline-the-2021-fantasy-football-wire-team-the-athletic/ When we talk about the Thread Team of Any 2021 Waiver, we’re basically admitting all of our failures in preparing for the project. These guys should have been drafted in August, but most leagues left them available. Then again, if they had been drafted, they would not have been available on waivers, so they would […]]]>

When we talk about the Thread Team of Any 2021 Waiver, we’re basically admitting all of our failures in preparing for the project. These guys should have been drafted in August, but most leagues left them available.

Then again, if they had been drafted, they would not have been available on waivers, so they would not have been part of our 2021 all waivers thread team!

It is indeed the paradox!

Does the NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year winner want to start every game instead of leaving the bench? Of course he does! But then he would just be the fifth-best starter, without a cool golden man super-sixth trophy sitting on his coat! (I have no idea what the price looks like, but it is what I imagine.)

So just enjoy these waiver thread wonders while you can because most of them won’t see the waiver thread again for a while.

Fantasy Football 2021’s Son of All Waivers squad

I decided the best way to do this was basically to look at the endpoints at each position through week 14 and judged them against the final ADP Consensus on FantasyPros. I’m not counting the players who were drafted, then cut, then picked up after flourishing, only because they were initially to the detriment of whoever drafted them.

Quarterback: Kirk Cousins, MIN (ADP: QB18, final QB ranking: 6)

An afterthought on draft day, Cousins ​​had one of his best fantasy seasons ever.


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