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Rookie Report: Playing the guessing game

Updated: February 6, 2008, 1:40 PM ET
By Keith Lipscomb | ESPN.com

In most deep leagues, you need to jump on a player either before he takes off or no more than 24 hours after the first sign of a fantasy heartbeat. With rookies, it's very difficult to find their pulses, let alone hold onto it long enough to know what to expect going forward. Those of you who own, or have owned, the likes of Yi Jianlian, Jamario Moon and, most recently, Al Thornton, know exactly what I'm talking about.

Each player's situation is different, but the frustration fantasy owners ...

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