Ben Simmons, PF, PHI ($9,900)
Simmons scored 48.2 FP on Friday against OKC. He’s had the whole weekend to rest, and he gets a good matchup with the lowly Bulls tonight. Joel Embiid is sitting out tonight for rest, which means Simmons is in for a huge workload and more rebounds. He’s being priced below Towns, Westbrook, Harden and Durant, but has a legit chance to be a top 3 performer tonight.
Kemba Walker, PG, CHA ($8,000)
Kemba Walker is as stable as they come. He’s averaging a solid 36.7 Read More
Victor Oladipo, PG/SG, Indiana Pacers ($8,000)
Oladipo has been a monster this season and has just set career-highs in rebounds and steals in back-to-back games. The former Hoosier has topped at least 40 FP in 5 of his last 10 plus they will be facing a Raptors team that is among the league's worst in stopping opposing shooting guards.
Paul George, SF, OKC Thunder ($8,000)
PG has been on a roll the last three games including back-to-back 50FP games against New Orleans and Golden State. Read More
Victor Oladipo, PG/SG, IND ($7,700)
Victor Oladipo has fit right in with the Pacers, shooting 50% from the field including 47% from 3-point range. At $7,700 on Draft Kings, he’s a great value compared to Russell Westbrook who would set you back $11,200. Sacramento ranks 24th against opposing point guards.
Bogdan Bogdanovic, SG, SAC ($4,300)
Bogdanovic actually got the start last game, and he put up 15 points (7-9 FG, 1-1 3Pt) 4 steals, 3 rebounds and an assist in 23 minutes. He’s Read More
NBA DFS Best Value Picks-- March 14, 2017
Steph Curry, PG, Golden State Warriors ($9,800)
The Warriors is now officially the second seed of the Western Conference after spending most of the season on top? Well, losing Kevin Durant was tough but it could only mean more touches and Usage Rate for their real top dog in Steph Curry.
Curry is dropping an average of 46 fantasy points in the past 5 games and when he finds his deep shooting back, that can easily go up. Golden State will Read More
The OKC Thunder won't be as good as they were in previous seasons. You may already know why but that only makes things more interesting for the Thunder fantasy-wise. Some guys will and should be ready to step up without Kevin Durant and it would be fun watching Russell Westbrook go and try to replicate Oscar Robertson's triple-double season just too keep them in hunt for a playoff berth.
As much as we talk about Durant leaving, the Thunder also made noticeable changes to their core. They shipped Read More
After Kevin Durant announced he will be moving on and sign with the Golden State Warriors, that decision changes everything. Of course, it made the Dubs instant title favorites, Oklahoma City a second-tier squad, and in the words of one unnamed executive, everybody-- including LeBron James-- are playing for second place now.
While Durant joining forces with Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green made the Warriors the team to beat for the next couple of years (and possibly more if KD decides 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