Tag Archives: Andre Drummond

NBA DFS Best Value Picks– Nov. 17, 2017

The Studs   Andre Drummond, C, Detroit Pistons ($8,900) Drummond is as consistent as they come, having sub-40 FP games only twice in the past 10. In a previous matchup against the Pacers earlier this month, Drummond torched them with 14 and 21 with 4 assists and a block (47.75 fantasy points). Indiana is among the league's worst in defending opposing centers so there's a chance Drummond could follow that up with another solid game. Lonzo Ball, PG, Los Angeles Lakers ($7,100) OK, it Read More

NBA DFS Basketball Best Value Picks– Nov. 8, 2017

NBA DFS Basketball Best Value Picks-- Nov. 8, 2017 The Studs Kyrie Irving, PG, Boston Celtics ($8,800) Kyrie has been amazingly consistent all year and has just dropped his first 50-FP game of the season against Atlanta. He is ranked second only to Steph Curry in terms of FPPG at the point guard position on Wednesday's slate of games on $500 less.  Plus, we know how Irving loves the spotlight on big games and the rivalry outing against the Lakers exactly fits the bill. Andre Drummond, C, Detroit Read More

NBA DFS Best Value Picks– October 18, 2017

The Studs Giannis Antetokounmpo, PG/SF, Milwaukee Bucks ($10,300) The "Greek Freak" is in the conversation of being the best basketball fantasy player right now, so why not? Plus, the Bucks are going to catch Boston on the second night of a back to back. Needless to say, things are going to be looking real good for owners who'll spend big money on Giannis. Andre Drummond, C, Detroit Pistons ($7,600) For some reason, nobody is talking big about Andre Drummond in fantasy circles. His ADP Read More

NBA DFS Basketball Value Picks Oct. 28

NBA DFS Basketball Value Picks Oct. 28 The Studs Steph Curry, PG, Golden State Warriors (vs Pelicans), $9,300 Do you really think the Warriors are going to lose two games in a row to start the season? And Steph Curry putting up only 30.3 fantasy points the next game? I can't really imagine another scenario other than Curry and the gang smoking the Pelicans while the two-time MVP catching fire en route to a 45-50 FP game. I can pretty much say the same for Kevin Durant but KD is $300 more expensive Read More

5 Players To Avoid In 2016 Fantasy Basketball Drafts

Fantasy basketball is not an exact science but the fun of it all is that you can predict (or project) pretty much how everything will go on. Until injuries and Gregg Popovich mess everything up, that is. Kidding aside, as much as there are breakout candidates, there are also players who deserve the "bust" label. Of course, they may not actually "suck" per se, but because of reduced roles, much better teammates, etc., they probably will not be as productive as previously thought. For example, because Read More

2016 NBA Fantasy Basketball Team Outlook: Detroit Pistons

In fantasy basketball, one of the things that make owners scratch their heads is unpredictability. That won't be the case with the Detroit Pistons. As a direct product of having a veteran head coach like Stan Van Gundy, the Pistons' rotations are as dead set as any team in the NBA right now. It's a double-edged sword for fantasy owners because you already know from the start how minutes are going to be divided from the starters to the benches when everyone is healthy. If they stay that way all 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

Possible 2015 NBA All-Star Snubs

The third returns for the NBA All-Star ballots are in and as usual, there were some surprises to and fro in both conferences. In the East, Pau Gasol is the 2nd leading vote-getter in the frontcourt comfortably behind LeBron James and slightly above Carmelo Anthony. The backcourt's vote leader is John Wall (very well-deserved) but oft-injured superstar Dwyane Wade is in Wall's rear-view mirror, over a hundred thousand votes atop Kyle Lowry and Kyrie Irving and nearly twice the votes Jimmy Butler Read More