By Matt Buser
April 24, 2007
The Eddy Curry Line was originally established to put a spotlight on how truly anemic Curry's overall fantasy line is. The standard: a player must average more turnovers than assists, steals, and blocks combined – in order to qualify, a player must have appeared in at least half of his team's games and averaged at least 25 minutes of playing time.
The following is the final standings for the Eddy Curry Line for the 2006-07 regular season.
GP = games played
MPG = minutes played per game
POS = positive stats accumulated to-date (assists + steals + blocks)
NEG = turnovers to-date
RATIO = amount of positive stats per turnover
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Updated on Tuesday, Apr 24, 2007 1:00 pm, EDT
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