It was a night of hits and misses, but at least you and me, I should say, could see the misses coming from a mile away. What I'm talking about was the dismal performances of top rookies Isaac Okoro and Patrick Williams.
Okoro did not score in the OT game vs Detroit and only came up with three rebounds and a steal. Even so, the fifth overall pick played 41 minutes in a close game! Talking about trust. On the other hand, Williams finished with nine points, two rebounds, an assist, and a block in 22 Read More
The annual crazy exodus otherwise known as the NBA trade deadline has passed and it was one of the busiest in recent memory. At least 25 players changed uniforms and that includes a number of high calibers such as Andre Drummond, D'Angelo Russell, and Andrew Wiggins.
Here are the fantasy winners and losers at the NBA trade deadline:
Christian Wood, PF/C, Detroit Pistons
The ultra-talented big man just saw his value skyrocket when the Pistons decided to get rid of Andre Drummond and ship Read More
From top to bottom, here is a brief recap of my best value picks for Feb. 4:
For the first time in a long time, Damian Lillard looked human. He finished with 21-2-9 plus a steal. He didn't have single TO in the blowout loss so that helped his value a little.
Zion Williamson is still figuring everything out in his seventh game but he is an automatic 30+ FP player already. He had 20-7-4 plus a steal against the Bucks but if he just relaxed a little bit and lowered the TOs, it would have been better.
Terry Read More
We brought you three bargain options (plus other suggestions) for Dec. 12, 2019 and here's a short recap:
Jakob Poeltl-- Fairly solid, but delivered what I thought was the worst-case scenario for the Austrian big man. He had four points, three rebounds, an assist, plus four "stocks" in 22 minutes. He delivered a little bit better numbers in only 18 minutea against the Kings but that's how it is. He'll be better if LaMarcus Aldridge is out, which does not happen very often.
Gary Harris- Jamal Murray Read More
Building a DFS roster in the NBA Playoffs proves to be trickier than most nights but we welcome the challenge. Here are 3 players that should not be missing on any lineups for the two-game slate this Friday:
Draymond Green, PF/C, Golden State Warriors
Call DG what you want, but you can make a case for him as the Warriors' MVP so far in the playoffs. The 2017 DPOY is averaging a triple-double in the WCSF series (18 points, 12.0 rebounds, 11.5 assists, 2.0 steals, 2.0 blocks and 1.5 3-pointers) and Read More