1.) Dennis Schroder, PG, Los Angeles Lakers
It sucks to see LeBron James go down like that and worse, he could miss a couple of weeks with that high ankle sprain. Fantasy-wise, a lot of players will benefit from the King's absence. Schroder will handle the ball a lot and some usage also trickles to Kyle Kuzma and Talen Horton-Tucker. That said, my money is on Schroder to bounce back from a sub-par outing against Atlanta.
2.) Pascal Siakam, C, Toronto Raptors
Probably a desperation move, Nick Nurse Read More
Domantas Sabonis, PF/C, Indiana Pacers
Domas is as sure as it gets when it comes to DFS production. The lowest score that he got in 10 games is 39 FP and had three outings with over 50 FP. He is averaging 23 points, 14 rebounds, and 4.8 dimes over the past five games.
Pascal Siakam, PF, Toronto Raptors
After an awful start to the season and stretching back to the bubble games, Siakam is beginning to switch gears. He has now reached 50 FP in three of the last four including his first Read More
Mostly all of my picks on 27th did really well and even though both Rudy Gobert (12 points, 14 rebounds, one steal, and two blocks) and Nikola Vucevic (13 points, 12 rebounds, four assists, a steal, and a block) are essentially below average (at least to my liking), all of the other picks were on-point:
Oh, my! Spida Mitchell! DM had over 50 FP for the second time in six games and to think I had him as my pick because he is worth only under $8,000, I struck gold.
Kris Dunn and Larry Nance Jr. were Read More
Patience is a virtue and that's a fact even in fantasy basketball. There's a reason somebody came up with the adage "good things come to those who wait" because, well, good things come to those who wait.
In fantasy basketball, the hardest thing to figure is when to cut bait and when to be patient when your players are under-performing. Or if someone who was predicted to be a breakout candidate couldn't get 20 minutes of playing time.
This is a dated reference but remember how Pascal Siakam started Read More
Buddy Hield 33.50 FPTs 19P/4A/4R/2S
Julius Randle 36.25 FPTs 20P/2A/9R/1S
Marvin Bagley 27.50 FPTs 17P/2A/6R
Buddy Hield had a good game against the Warriors. He didn’t have as big a day as I thought/hoped, Buddy has shown he can drop easily drop 30+ points and the Warriors are one of the worst teams in the league defending the 3. Hield ended up with 19 points, going 2-5 from 3, and finished Read More
1.) Draymond Green tonight
17 points, 10 rebounds, and 9 assists on 50% (6-for-12) shooting. Finals MVP?
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2.) DeMarcus Cousins tonight
Dan Hamilton, USA Today
After a cameo 8-minute appearance in Game 1, Boogie gave the Warriors 28 minutes in a starting capacity, ending up with 11 points, 10 rebounds, and six assists.
Photo from NBA's Twitter account
That's the number of consecutive playoffs series the Warriors have won a road Read More
2.) The Warriors are basically trash without Steph Curry.
If you can't read graphs or have problems reading them, the Warriors are +4131 with Steph Curry on the court in the last five years while a -447 with him riding the bench.
3.) Steph Making History... Again
With 5 minutes and 16 seconds left in the first quarter, Steph Curry hit a three-pointer to mark his 100th Read More
1.) Kawhi Leonard
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I mean, this playoffs is all about this guy so we might as well talk about him first.
*Finished Game 5 with 35 points, seven rebounds, and nine assists-- the dimes tying his career-high.
*He shot 90% from the stripe in 51 attempts in the series while in comparison, Giannis Antetokounmpo shot 60% on 50 attempts.
*He is on pace to become the third-leading playoff scorer in Raptors franchise history behind Kyle Lowry, DeMar Derozan, Read More
1.) Steve Kerr's win percentage in five seasons:
USA Today Sports
That's 78.5%. In an 82-game season, that's 64-18. To put that into perspective, the Milwaukee Bucks had the NBA's best record this season with "only" 60-22.
His playoff record over that span is 63-20, or a 76% win percentage, which is just CRAZY!
2.) ECF struggles
John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports
The Eastern Conference Finals is giving us some pretty good basketball but it can't be denied that some key players Read More
Bradley Beal, SG, Washington Wizards
Beal is averaging 25.8 points, seven rebounds, eight assists, and 2.3 steals in the past four, the All-Star guard will look to squeeze the Wizards into the playoff picture. They will be up against Sacramento, who has playoff aspirations themselves, so expect to see an A-game from Double B tomorrow night.
Kyrie Irving, PG, Boston Celtics
Irving is good for 24.3 points, seven rebounds, 7.3 assists, and 1.3 steals over the past three, culminating Read More