There are only 4 games tonight so it’ll make choices even more difficult. Thankfully, one of those teams is Cleveland, who have been generous in giving up points to opponents.
LeBron James, CLE, $12,500
LeBron should be angry and motivated after a loss to the Warriors on Monday and all the drama that ensued afterwards. LBJ has put up 60.1 and 63.6 FP in his last two games, both of which outscore even his high FPPG average. The Magic are arguably the NBA’s worst team, but Cleveland’s struggles Read More
1. Markieff Morris, PF, Washington Wizards ($5,100)
Kieff has been a force on the glass lately with three double-doubles in a row and four consecutive double-digit rebounding efforts. Best thing is, his shooting has also found its mark in that span, hitting at a 57% clip from the floor. Next matchup will be Utah, which can be tough on the interior, but Morris salary is middling at best, still making him one of the must-start guys for NBA DFS Wednesday.
2. Eric Gordon, SG, Houston Rockets ($7,100)
Retaining a Read More
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