Paul George, SF, OKC ($10,000)
George has been on fire the past couple of games while filling in for injured Russell Westbrook and Carmelo Anthony. He’s averaging 55.6 FPPG over his last 3 games, which is 16 points above his season average. Cleveland’s “new look” team is a lot faster, but they still let up a ton of points to Boston. Westbrook is a GTD, and George’s price is much more affordable.
De’Aaron Fox, PG, SAC ($6,000)
Fox is having a great rookie season that no one is Read More
Damian Lillard, Portland Trail Blazers ($9,300)
Dame has been a usage monster since Jusuf Nurkic went down and he has not disappointed DFS owners. He has hit at least 40.7 fantasy points in the past seven games with a high of 55.3 FP. Almost the entire offensive load will practically be on his shoulders, so expect Lillard to be at the 28-point, 6-rebound, 7.5-assist and over 4 trey-a-game average he's had in the past four games.
Rajon Rondo, New Orleans Pelicans ($5,600)
After dropping Read More
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 Basketball Value Picks-- Nov. 13, 2016
Kemba Walker, PG, Charlotte Hornets ($7,900)
There's no other Russell Westbrook, but in the past few games, Walker is doing his best Russ impression. And at a less than $3,000 price tag, he is worth every penny.
In the past three games, Walker averaged over 53 fantasy points that culminated in a 61-FP performance vs the Toronto Raptors. The Hornets draw Cleveland in their next game, but I doubt the Cavs defense could do something against Read More
After Paul Millsap, Anthony Davis, Blake Griffin and Kristaps Porzingis (not to mention players with multiple eligibility like LeBron James, Kevin Durant, and Draymond Green), who's next? Here's your guide to finding underrated fantasy options at power forward:
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Pau Gasol, San Antonio Spurs
Gasol may not be the efficient offensive machine he once was but he is still a solid power forward with multi-category contribution potential. Playing at a shade under 32 minutes last Read More
For a team that does not have a pick in the 2016 NBA Draft, the Oklahoma City Thunder did pretty well. They parted ways with their most consistent big guy in the past five years or so (Serge Ibaka) but ended up hauling more talent than they could have possibly imagined (Victor Oladipo, Ersan Ilyasova, and 11th pick Domantas Sabonis).
Ibaka may be the best player in the trade by default but Oladipo is not far behind, while Ilyasova is a legit sharpshooting big man who is not afraid to mix it up Read More
Fantasy players thirst for one thing and that is numbers. While we like to be amazed at the sheer statistical volume and diversity the elite ballers consistently flash, how about satisfying your hunger with the downright peculiar stuff?
Let's get right to the weirdest stats of this season.
(Note: All statistics are accurate as of November 27, 2014)
The former No.4 overall pick may never accrue fantasy relevance in a Warriors' backcourt rotation dominated by the Spash Read More
Over the years, the NBA has shifted to a faster, smaller and guard-friendly game but more often than not, a ball game is still decided in the paint.
There only quite a few elites roaming in the pivots and if you're wily enough to grab a hold of them in the earlier rounds, consider yourself fortunate. Here are five of the best centers in fantasy basketball today.
5. Dwight Howard, Houston Rockets
It's easy to forget that Dwight Howard was once a top-5 player in reality and fantasy with the Orlando Read More