Tag Archives: Carmelo Anthony

Fantasy Outlook Of 6 NBA Stars Changing Addresses

The 2017-18 offseason is one of the craziest and wildest offseasons in recent memory. As of September 26, at least SIX All-Stars have changed addresses including Chris Paul, Kyrie Irving, Paul George, and just recently, Carmelo Anthony. Irving was a top-20 fantasy basketball player last year as well as George, while Melo is still a highly serviceable scorer who could be in danger of being criminally underrated inside fantasy circles. CP3 is joining 2017 MVP runner-up James Harden in Houston and Read More

Fantasy Winners And Losers In The Derrick Rose Trade

In case you missed it, Phil Jackson engineered another highway robbery of a trade Wednesday, acquiring Derrick Rose from the Chicago Bulls "for two scratch and sniff lotto tickets, one of Shawn Kemp's nine kids & a bootleg copy of Rihanna's CD," that is if you're paying attention to Gilbert Arenas. Well, it's either the Zen Master pulled the wool over the Bulls' brass or the other way around, Chicago's FO knowing D-Rose has one too many under-the-knife sessions that could make a metal detector 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

Midseason Report: Biggest Disappointments In The NBA

The Golden State Warriors are better than expected. The Atlanta Hawks may well be the Team of the Year (if there ever was one) halfway through the season. Andrew Wiggins is rounding his game up nicely in Minnesota and looks like the runaway winner for the Rookie of the Year. But let's not delve too much on the positive side, folks. General managers don't always earn their stripes (and cash) for being too complimentary. By pointing out who's not playing up to par, hey, maybe we'll get their attention Read More