One-category wonders, blunders

McDyess, Turiaf among helpers; Williams offers ambiguity

Updated: October 13, 2009, 2:31 PM ET
By Seth Landman | Special to ESPN.com

In considering the deeper implications of referring to a player as a "one-category wonder," it's important to remember what we are talking about, exactly. After all, basketball players, in general, are not supposed to be specialists. In choosing between two players with, say, equal prowess on the defensive end of the floor, in both fantasy basketball and real basketball, logic says you should take the guy who's better at the rest of the game. Seems simple enough, right?

Unfortunately, ...

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