Weekly Roundup 4 Adv. League The loss of Gilbert Arenas reverberated throughout the league. No one was more affected than Jammertime who lost his 1st round stud for 3 months. However, both Caron (Slippy) and Antwan (Darth Tater) went ballistic in his absence. Incidentally, both Slippy and Darth managed to squeak out wins. Webz managed to pluck Antonio Daniels from the WW and is still showing the savvy that put him on top of the league. In his matchup with Motown, Webz served up a slice of humble pie with a nice victory despite Nene and Ratliff pooping goose-eggs. With .003 FG% margin, Motown rolled the dice with Marko Jaric. Luckily, he never got a chance to play him and lose 3-6. Dre has revealed himself as the ultimate Flip disciple. It all starts with the offense. The Drebaby’s score and score big. Then they rebound, drop dimes and play defense. The Wackjobs played an efficient game but that was like building a sandbag wall in front of a tidal wave. Darth decided to play like Linwood and showcase a bunch of bruised bananas. For good measure he got Stuckey who we all KNEW wasn’t going to play. In an amazing stroke of luck…again…Pastor injured his clicking finger and was helpless as Dyess went gaga against Utah for nothing. In arguably the best matchup of the week, Max and Winless squared off. Winless came out ahead as Max is still reeling from being Bibby-less for about another month but both guys got contributions down the roster. The Low likes to say “Not in my house” when he swats lots of blocked shots but to build a house, you need bricks. That’s where his freethrow shooting comes in. Jammer struck gold with Keith Bogans and staved off a bottoming out by riding Bogey’s 8 triples for the week. The Bulls’ downward spiral is apparently taking Ralphi down with them. Gordon. Tyrus. Their shooting disease spread down the roster as a whole mess of them never saw 30% FG%. Wash your hands guys…this is how epidemics are spread. Injuries to the TEAM made Himat stumble this week as 16 simply rolled on. 16’s pick up of Jamario Moon has definitely paid off.