DeAaron Fox, PG, Sacramento Kings
Fox has been an absolute monster, dropping more than 40 fantasy points in six consecutive games. The speedy point guard admitted he has been hounded by a minor shoulder issue but does not plan to miss any time. That means owners should continue to deploy him in their DFS lineups with no worries.
Fred VanVleet, PG, Toronto Raptors
FVV has been struggling with his shot but with Kyle Lowry out, he'll have every opportunity to perform. He has been averaging Read More
Dec. 6, 2018, Thursday, only has a three-game slate but in no way should it discourage you to pick your best lineup in a pool of SIX teams.
One strategy that I'd like to use is to go mid-heavy, that is, selecting players with middling salaries and go from there. Here are some of the choices that come to mind:
Gordon Hayward, SF, Boston Celtics
Finally! Hayward exploded the last time out with 30 points, nine rebounds, eight assists, and 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
Before every fantasy basketball season starts, there were sleepers. Once it begins, there were only surprises.
Every year, there seems to be a handful of players who defy preseason expectations, forcing themselves up into fantasy relevance. The season is a long way off, but right now, everyone better get a hold of these fantasy basketball early season surprises quick.
Undrafted out of Arizona, T.J. McConnell's basketball career is virtually built around being labeled as an "unknown". Read More
The All-Star reserves were announced this past week and as expected, there were some pleasant surprises and robberies along the way.
Golden State Warriors' Klay Thompson, Atlanta Hawks' Jeff Teague, and Chicago Bulls' do-it-all swingman Jimmy Butler made it to their first All-Star teams. Thompson is widely regarded as one of the league's top two-way players while Teague and Butler are the motors that keep their respective teams' engines running.
Along with Teague, two other Hawks lead the East's Read More