It's time to go bargain-hunting again on a 12-game Wednesday.
Richaun Holmes, C, Phoenix Suns
Without DeAndre Ayton possible for the rest of the season, Holmes will get some significant playing time from here on out. He had a nice double-double in a win over Cleveland and played 24 minutes. If he can somehow control his penchant for fouling, we can see another big night from Holmes.
Another option in a Suns uniform would be Dragan Bender, who is actually playing more minutes than Holmes 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
Kristaps Porzingis, PF/C, New York Knicks ($9,400)
The Unicorn is still technically questionable for Saturday's game against Sacramento, but the fact that he went through full practice on Friday and Jeff Hornacek expects him to be ready is an encouraging sign. Porzingod is an absolute fantasy beast this season, topping the 50-FP plateau in half of the 10 games he's played.
Jeff Teague, PG, Minnesota Timberwolves ($6,800)
Since Porzingis already had the bulk of the salary, you can Read More
On the Rise?
Harrison Barnes, Dallas Mavericks
The Mavs aren't paying Barnes, a fixture of Golden State Warriors' lineup of death, $94 million to sit on the bench. That as much is true. Whether Barnes can actually be efficient and produce elite numbers across the board remains to be seen but as long as he has playing time, he has a chance to do so.
Barnes' per-36 minutes are somewhat pedestrian, only 13 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists and a steal for his career. However, that could be mainly seen Read More
January 23, 2015-- NBA DFS Basketball Best Value Picks:
Paul George, SF ($9,000)
The annual Paul George slump has officially passed although his three-point shooting says otherwise. However, that could change in Saturday's match-up with Sacramento. The Kings allows a league-high 10.3 three-pointers a game according to NBA.com stats, which could suit George very well since he attempts 7.6 a game.
Tyreke Evans, SG ($7,700)
Evans has recently encountered a rough patch because of a Read More
Today's game day isn't much-- only a four-game slate-- but there's no day-offs when it comes to DFS right? It just never stops.
Daily Fantasy Basketball Lineup Advice March 19
Rudy Gobert, C ($8,100)
It's getting redundant putting James Harden in the studs list so let's go a different, but likewise a very rewarding route.
Rudy Gobert's fantasy numbers are absolutely unreal more so in a daily standpoint, getting almost 44 points in the past 10 days. We have one reason to be optimistic Read More
The news on Derrick Rose going under the knife on the same knee he injured in 2013 was surely a big blow to the Chicago Bulls. The team's official release said an MRI scan revealed a torn meniscus and that no timetable was set in his return.
Rose's knee injury will open a lot of opportunities for a couple other Bulls. Joakim Noah, for instance, could see a lot more touches as a facilitator at the center spot. In the 2013-14 season playing without the 2011 MVP, Noah dished a ridiculous 5.4 Read More