Next Man Up: 5 Players Who Benefit From Injuries To Teammates

Player injuries are a part of NBA life, so every time a teammate goes down and your number is called, being ready is the least and the most you can do. That’s how it is in reality but in fantasy, that also means it’s time to scour the waiver wire for some potential short-term solutions to roster problems. Here are some 5 players who benefit from injuries to their teammates: Josh Smith/Paul Pierce, Los Angeles Clippers Blake Griffin went down with a quad injury in the 94-84 Christmas Read More

December 29, 2015– 5 Interesting NBA Stats To Look At

1. Inter-Conference Battles The East is leading the West 93-90 in these match-ups. If the East keeps this up, this will be the first time since 2009 that they are going to have a winning record versus the West. Looks like it's a long time coming... 2. LeBron James could have 37 more triple-doubles in his career... if he had just one more assist or rebound. That could have brought his triple-double career total from 57 to 90! 3. Speaking of missing... Kyle Korver has clanked 18 straight three-point Read More

December 26 2015– DFS Basketball Best Value Picks

After a brief holiday break, our favorite players from 26 teams take the court once more, providing us options aplenty in a 13-game NBA slate. December 26 2015-- DFS Basketball Best Value Picks The Studs Andre Drummond, C ($9,200) I like Drummond here because against a small Boston Celtics team that is the ninth-worst in stopping opposing centers, he has the potential to dominate. Interestingly, the NBA's leading rebounder had one of his mediocre performances versus the Celtics last December Read More

December 25, 2015– NBA Crazy/Interesting Stats Of The Day

Some ridiculous stats of the day for you to delve in... 1. The San Antonio Spurs lost tonight to the Houston Rockets and a 40.9% clip from the floor did not help, but few have been better historically than this bunch. Through the first 30 games of the season, the Spurs is second all-time in points differential. San Antonio Spurs... — NBA Günlükleri (@NBAGunlukleri) December 24, 2015 As you can see, four of those teams won the championship the same year so we Read More

DFS Basketball Best Value Picks– December 23, 2015

A 13-game slate this Wednesday gives us plenty of options for our Daily Fantasy Basketball Lineups: The Studs John Wall, PG ($9,500) Don't let the Washington Wizards' record con you out of dis-owning John Wall. The speedster out of Kentucky is the best daily fantasy basketball in the last 10 days not named Stephen Curry, averaging 48.5 FP over that span. Of course, other studs are available especially at that point guard position and Wall has struggled against Memphis in their December 14 game, Read More

NBA December 19, 2015– Daily Fantasy Basketball Value Picks

Five-game slate Saturday December 19th makes for an interesting Daily Fantasy Basketball night. The Studs Chris Paul, PG ($7,800) CP3 at THAT price? It's a no-brainer, and I don't care whoever the Los Angeles Clippers is slated to play against. It happens to be the Houston Rockets, who is third worst in the league in stopping opposing point guards. Carmelo Anthony, SF ($8,300) 'Melo's daily fantasy point production is sort of up and down but you have got to like what's going on here. The New Read More

Why You Should Hold On To Kobe Bryant

It used to be so exciting to watch Kobe Bryant will his team into a win by doing everything statistically, but sadly, his body can't take it anymore. Bryant already announced he will be retiring at the end of the season but ironically, this made it the perfect time to hang on to "The Black Mamba". That's not to say you should be targeting him on trades but if somehow you used a 7th round pick on him, this would not be the time to be impatient. This year isn't exactly a banner season for Kobe Read More

NBA December 4, 2015– Daily Fantasy Basketball Value Picks

Here are NBA Daily Fantasy Basketball Value Picks in a six-game Friday. The Studs John Wall, PG ($8,300) Wall's Washington Wizards have disappointed so far and in some stretches this season, their best player did too. However, if the last two games are any indication, the speedster may have just turned a corner. Wall dropped back-to-back 60 fantasy-point games against Cleveland and L.A., and will be facing the Phoenix Suns at home, who incidentally is the league's worst in defending point guards. Kristaps Read More