My suggestions for Jan. 11, 2020 were generally on point except for Jerami Grant, including a wild swing on Cedi Osman.
Osman had some serious workload for three straight games but the production were pretty much pedestrian. That is until Saturday, where the Turkish swing man pulled down a season-high 12 boards, along with 11 points and four assists in 35 minutes of action.
A couple of Pelicans did their jobs, especially Jaxson Hayes (20 points, two rebounds, two blocks). Josh Hart (seven points, Read More
1.) Darius Garland, PG, Cleveland Cavaliers
Garland and the Cavs are on the second game of a back-to-back but that should not matter. The 2019 fifth overall pick has finally started to put it together--he is averaging 16 points, 2.2 rebounds, 5.5 assists, and 1.3 steals over the past four games. That was capped by a 20-point, seven-assist performance vs OKC.
2.) Jarrett Culver, PG/SG, Minnesota Timberwolves
Culver went back to his mediocre ways in the blowout win over Golden State but his three-game Read More
Spencer Dinwiddie 45.50 FPTs 31P/7A/2R/1S
Harrison Barnes 20.50 FPTs 14P/1A/4R
Alex Len 13.75 FPTs 9P/5R
Spencer Dinwiddie was the only lock that I hit on last night. He was the leading scorer in the game, 31 points in 39 minutes. I am glad Dinwiddie managed to put up his fantasy numbers because points were hard to come by a lot of the game. It was 93-93 heading into OT, the Nets Read More
Who To Play:
Zach Lavine, PG/SG, Chicago Bulls
After going through some of the toughest shooting struggles of the season, Lavine turned a corner and is one of the hottest players coming into Friday.
The former Bruin is averaging 27 points, 3.8 rebounds, 4.2 assists, 0.8 blocks, and 1.4 steals while making a total of 17 threes in the last five games.
The Bulls will be up against Golden State and we just pray the Warriors make it a little competitive so Lavine can find some more time on the court.
Montrezl Read More