Here's your dose of Five Amazing NBA Stats Of The Day:
1. Tom Chambers and Antawn Jamison
What does the two former All-Stars and high-scorers have in common? They might be the only 20,000-point scorers in the NBA that may never see the Hall of Fame.
Bonus: Chambers is the first-ever unrestricted free agent in league history
2. Regarding the latest NBA rule change...
Adam Silver says they've calculated that Hack-a rule changes will reduce 45% of away-from-play fouls.
— Baxter Holmes Read More
Some interesting NBA stats from an eleven-game night.
January 2, 2015-- 5 Interesting NBA Stats:
1. The Timberwolves are not taking good care of their leads. Bad habit if you want to win.
Wolves have already lost 4 games after leading by at least 17. The largest number for an entire season in last 20 years is 5
— Jon Krawczynski (@APkrawczynski) January 3, 2016
They led 24-7 versus the Bucks in the first quarter Saturday night but ultimately lost, 95-85.
2. Lance Thomas
Thomas is no household Read More
Last season wasn't really a good one for the San Antonio Spurs and all the nagging injuries Tony Parker suffered is primarily the one to blame. Despite being known as a "unit" rather than a one-man show, everything goes where Parker goes. If he's at it, everybody's at it.
That said, the Spurs somehow makes every experts list as contenders year in and year out BUT on fantasy previews, the consensus is to AVOID everyone not named Kawhi Leonard (and to a lesser extent, Danny Green) like Read More
Here are some players you might want to look at in Sunday's 11-game slate. Again, no Russell Westbrook in here.
Daily Fantasy Basketball Lineup Advice March 22
John Wall, PG ($8,700)
You know what stuff a basketball player is made of when they play hurt AND still play well. John Wall brushed off a sore ankle against Utah and dropped 44 FP against the Clippers. Against Sacramento, there'll be no unfavorable match-up for the quick guard so something in the 40-50 range is inevitably Read More
Rudy Gobert messed up everybody's lineup last night and by everybody, I meant me and more than a third of daily fantasy basketball junkies that spent 16% of their cap for the French center.
If you've been here long enough, you can do a lot with $8100. And for the most part in that ugly game at Staples, it was an undrafted slotman out of Kansas,with around $3000 worth of DK salary, that played like the best center on the court.
To sum it up, it was a night of disappointment.
Anthony Davis hurt Read More
If you think something that is glorious, baffling, scary, and weird at the same time, it's got to be the rituals of NBA players. Like their predecessors, there are a handful of modern hoops athletes that follow certain routines that are-- quite frankly-- just too weird for this computer age.
Well, we can say anything we want, but I guess it just boils down for personal preference. Different strokes for different folks.
Here are the weirdest NBA rituals of all time:
Rajon Rondo's Pre-Game Ritual
Rajon 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