On the Rise?
Harrison Barnes, Dallas Mavericks
The Mavs aren't paying Barnes, a fixture of Golden State Warriors' lineup of death, $94 million to sit on the bench. That as much is true. Whether Barnes can actually be efficient and produce elite numbers across the board remains to be seen but as long as he has playing time, he has a chance to do so.
Barnes' per-36 minutes are somewhat pedestrian, only 13 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists and a steal for his career. However, that could be mainly seen Read More
Daily Fantasy Basketball Value Picks For November 15:
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Andre Drummond, C ($9,700)- The Pistons big man has been a revelation this season, improving by leaps and bounds in reality which translates into his fantasy value. Drummond averages 51.1 fantasy points at this juncture of the young season and Sunday night, he'll be going up against an anemic Los Angeles Lakers defense which is fourth in the league at stopping opposing centers.
Rajon Rondo, PG ($8,500)- Read More
Rudy Gobert messed up everybody's lineup last night and by everybody, I meant me and more than a third of daily fantasy basketball junkies that spent 16% of their cap for the French center.
If you've been here long enough, you can do a lot with $8100. And for the most part in that ugly game at Staples, it was an undrafted slotman out of Kansas,with around $3000 worth of DK salary, that played like the best center on the court.
To sum it up, it was a night of disappointment.
Anthony Davis hurt Read More
I can barely keep up with the transactions happening around the league and it's still January.
In the past few days, the Cleveland Cavaliers acquired Iman Shumpert and J.R. Smith from New York while paying a steep price (two first round picks) to land Timofey Mozgov from the Denver Nuggets. Dion Waiters, too, went from Ohio to Oklahoma in the same deal.
(Mozgov is potentially more valuable now that he's on a team desperate for a rim-protecting big man. He should be getting minutes as a back-up Read More