I was out of town for a few days so I wasn't able to publish my DFS picks but I'm back and ready to go.
Jan. 20 recap: My dream team of Ja Morant and Rudy Gobert delivered, but not to the point I was expecting. I thought Ja will excel against Pelicans's high-octane offense but nah. He finished with 16 points, three rebounds, nine assists, and a steal but nothing special. Gobert had 20 points, 14 rebounds, two assists, and a block, his fourth 20-point double-double in four of the past five up Read More
1.) Joel Embiid's points per 100 possessions against everyone guarding him for at least 50 possessions. Doesn't matter now. Embiid got 33 against Gasol and company in Game 3 to give Sixers a 2-1 lead. 2.) I mean, I wouldn't call that "UNPLAYABLE". Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports Enes Kanter is averaging 15.3 points and 9.7 rebounds per game on 66.3% True Shooting Percentage so far in the 2019 NBA Playoffs. 3.) Analytics darling no more Troy Taormina, USA Today On the surface, Read More
Nikola Jokic, C, Denver Nuggets
With so many injuries to key players, Denver will be forced to go to Jokic more often on offense. He is averaging 20.4 points, 10.6 rebounds, 9.4 assists, 1.6 steals and 2.2 turnovers over the past 5 games and there really is no reason why he couldn't keep those numbers with Paul Millsap and Gary Harris both on the shelf.
John Collins, PF, Atlanta Hawks
Collins is looking like a superstar lately, Read More
Building Blocks For NBA DFS Monday-- Nov. 19, 2018
T.J. Warren, PF, Phoenix Suns
Warren is one of the most effortless scorers you will ever see and after a slow start, he's back at it with 21 or more in each of his last 5 games. He doesn't offer much except over 5 rebounds during that same span but as long as he is putting up points, he'll always be an asset in daily fantasy.
Jrue Holiday, PG/SG, New Orleans Pelicans
Between Paul George and Holiday, the latter is a more viable option Read More