Tag Archives: Andrew Wiggins

NBA DFS Basketball Value Picks– Dec. 17, 2016

NBA DFS Basketball Value Picks-- Dec. 17, 2016 Point Guards Eric Bledsoe, Phoenix Suns ($7,700) Bled is one of the higher-priced studs in the position you must keep an eye on. Notwithstanding the dud against San Antonio, Bledsoe has recorded four 50-FP games in the last six, averaging 41.6 fantasy points during that span. In comparison, Steph Curry only had a 40-FP average in the past seven games and he is $800 more expensive. Reggie Jackson, Detroit Pistons ($5,400) Jackson saw his minute Read More

NBA DFS Basketball Value Picks– Nov. 13, 2016

NBA DFS Basketball Value Picks-- Nov. 13, 2016 The Studs Kemba Walker, PG, Charlotte Hornets ($7,900) There's no other Russell Westbrook, but in the past few games, Walker is doing his best Russ impression. And at a less than $3,000 price tag, he is worth every penny. In the past three games, Walker averaged over 53 fantasy points that culminated in a 61-FP performance vs the Toronto Raptors. The Hornets draw Cleveland in their next game, but I doubt the Cavs defense could do something against Read More

2016 Fantasy Basketball: Underrated Shooting Guard Options

On the rise? Andrew Wiggins, Minnesota Timberwolves Wiggins provide the one thing that shooting guards should and that's putting the ball through the hoop. On only his second year in the league, the Canadian wing already ranked No. 5 among two's in scoring (20.7) which is nice. He also has a knack of getting fouled (5th among guards with seven FTA per game), which is, again, very nice. However, he is pedestrian anywhere else and is not exactly someone you'd rely on to supply three-point shooting. All Read More

January 25, 2015– DFS Basketball Best Value Picks

January 25, 2015-- DFS Basketball Best Value Picks: A nine-game slate provides us with plenty of options from down to bottom: The Studs Kemba Walker, PG ($8,400) Just three days ago, Kemba obliterated the Orlando Magic defense with 40 points. A couple days before that, he torched the Utah Jazz with 52! That's how crazy Walker has gone the past week against very stout defenses. Now imagine what he can do to Sacramento, who plays with the highest pace in the NBA and also allows the most points 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

Daily Fantasy Basketball Advice April 3

Ten games of action and off we go! Daily Fantasy Basketball Advice April 3 The Studs John Wall, PG ($9,000) John Wall has activated beast mode lately, dropping 54, 54.25, and 61 fantasy points lately. He settled for 31 against Philadelphia but it was a blowout win and played only 30 minutes. Can anyone guess for how much will he torment the Knicks defense tonight? Brook Lopez, C ($8,200) After struggling early in the season and momentarily ceasing his starting spot to Mason Plumlee, Brook Read More

NBA Awards Predictions 2015: Who Will Go Home With The Hardware?

Every NBA player will tell you the boring cliche about how it's not about the individual accolades but I don't buy it. These awards make cements your status-- be it a very good rotation player (6th man) or the best among your peers (MVP, Coach of the Year, DPOY, etc.). Without further ado, it's now time make these late-season predictions and to hell with being wrong. There are really no losers here. Most Improved Player: Draymond Green, Golden State Warriors This one is a toss-up between the Read More

What the Corey Brewer trade meant for fantasy owners

As busy as teams are right now, I would've mistaken everything as a February trade deadline rush. Clearly, all the General Managers pulled the trigger for one reason and one reason only: for the improvement of the team. For fantasy owners, we couldn't care less. (Actually, we do, but not to the fullest sense.) All we wanted is see what these transactions do or will do to our teams and then act like a smart GM will do. The trade that went through Friday was minor compared to the one that swung Read More