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NBA DFS: Paul George and other top picks for Feb. 14 Daily Fantasy Basketball lineup

The Studs Paul George, SF, OKC Thunder Paul George is absolutely on fire the past few games and should continue to do so in a favorable matchup against New Orleans. He had three 40-point games in the last SIX including a 47-point triple-double the last time out. Let's see how hot he can get this time around. FanDuel: 12,500 DraftKings: 10,700 Yahoo: 52 John Collins, PF, Atlanta Hawks With PG eating too much of the cap space, you can pair him with a high-potential player like Read More

Building Blocks For NBA DFS Wednesday– Nov. 1, 2018

NBA DFS Wednesday-- Nov. 1, 2018 DeMar DeRozan, SG, San Antonio Spurs Who knew DeMar DeRozan can be THIS good? He is averaging career-highs almost all across the board including points (28.3), rebounds (6.0), and assists (8.0). He is still not a deep threat but who cares? Look for DeRozan to do more of the same against Phoenix. The only caveat here is if the Spurs blow this game out for good and rest the starters for a good chunk. If that happens, we just cross our fingers that he has already Read More

DraftKings Lineup for November 28th.

Hello, and good day, I hope everyone had a chance to read my first post and give it a try on a cheap contest just for the hell of it. The Lineup I posted yesturday did not finish in the money, but that one was literally the only dud I had. I should have mentioned that I give free lineups on Twitter all the time, and last night I cashed out in 7 contests between DraftKings and FanDuel. Throughout the day I tinker with a new lineup here and there in a Quarter Contest. I will make sure to leave Read More

5 More Fantasy Basketball Sleepers Spotted During NBA Preseason

Everything in the NBA preseason should be taken with a grain of salt for a lot of reasons. Coaches sit starters half the time, training camp invitees play a lot, and there just wasn't enough to go around. On the other hand, however, coaches use this time to see what they can get out of their new recruits or second-year players. That said, not everyone disappoints, as these 5 players below have shown. They may need to prove themselves more to earn playing time in the regular season but we sure Read More