Tag Archives: Nicolas Batum

5 Must-Start Players In NBA DFS Saturday– Dec. 9, 2017

1. Nicolas Batum, SG/SF, Charlotte Hornets People forget Batum has long been a fantasy stud and he is beginning to show that after missing the early part of the season. Though he doesn't give you excellent percentages, Batum can pass the hell out of the ball, averaging almost six dimes over the last 5 games. He has also averaged almost 12 points and almost six rebounds during that span. The Hornets, are playing on a tail end of  a back-to-back, so there's a chance fatigue will set in. Nevertheless, Read More

5 Second Half Trade Targets To Keep An Eye On

It's never a good idea to just sit and wait in fantasy basketball. If there's a chance to improve at a certain position or category, pulling the trade trigger is usually a good thing. Here are 5 trade targets you can probably pry away from an impatient, or at least, an uninformed owner. 1. Serge Ibaka, PF, Orlando Magic Air Congo is a little up-and-down to begin the season but has since picked up steam. He is actually averaging a career-high in points and hits 1.5 threes a game. He is not Read More

NBA DFS Best Value Picks– Dec. 26, 2016

NBA DFS Best Value Picks-- Dec. 26, 2016 We have 11 games so plenty of fish in the sea to choose from. But who will give you the most value? The Studs Nicolas Batum, SG/SF, Charlotte Hornets ($7,800) Batum has been messing around lately and the best thing about him is, he does not rely on points to get value (even though that helps, too). The Frenchman has dropped over 40 fantasy points in four of the last five including a triple-double in the win over Chicago. Brooklyn is not exactly the Read More

Daily Fantasy Basketball Lineup Advice April 11

Only five days to go before the season ends but like every slowpoke will say, it's better late than never. Here's your options from a six-game Saturday. Daily Fantasy Basketball Lineup Advice April 11 The Studs Blake Griffin, PF ($8,700) The secret to getting production this late in the season is to roster players that actually play for SOMETHING. They'd still go all out because they know one slippage could mean the difference between having homecourt advantage or starting the playoffs on the Read More