Lonzo Ball, PG, Los Angeles Lakers ($7,800)
It will be somewhat of a grudge match when Denver visits the Staples Center Tuesday night after the incident at the Mile High City involving Luke Walton and Nuggets guard Jamaal Murray. Nevertheless, it would seem like Ball likes his matchups against Denver, averaging 11.7 points, 11 rebounds, 8 assists, and 2 steals in three previous outings.
Dario Saric, PF, Philadelphia 76ers ($6,700)
Saric has been on fire from deep as of late, draining an eye-popping Read More
Here are the best DFS basketball options for a six-game March 1 game day.
March 1, 2016-- Best DFS Basketball Value Picks
Damian Lillard, PG ($9,600)
Anyone with a brain would be tempted to pick Stephen Curry, who is averaging like a hundred points lately. However, the reigning MVP is doubtful for the Atlanta game. If you want to pay for another high quality point guard, there is no better option than Lillard here. Dame's least productive outing for the past 10 games is a 40-FP output Read More
A 13-game slate this Wednesday gives us plenty of options for our Daily Fantasy Basketball Lineups:
John Wall, PG ($9,500)
Don't let the Washington Wizards' record con you out of dis-owning John Wall. The speedster out of Kentucky is the best daily fantasy basketball in the last 10 days not named Stephen Curry, averaging 48.5 FP over that span.
Of course, other studs are available especially at that point guard position and Wall has struggled against Memphis in their December 14 game, Read More
Ten games of action and off we go!
Daily Fantasy Basketball Advice April 3
John Wall, PG ($9,000)
John Wall has activated beast mode lately, dropping 54, 54.25, and 61 fantasy points lately. He settled for 31 against Philadelphia but it was a blowout win and played only 30 minutes. Can anyone guess for how much will he torment the Knicks defense tonight?
Brook Lopez, C ($8,200)
After struggling early in the season and momentarily ceasing his starting spot to Mason Plumlee, Brook Read More
The frantic excitement that came along with the trade deadline has passed and now comes the frenzy we all know as FREE AGENCY. Well yeah, it's not quite July 1 yet, but it certainly pays to look closely in the future. (More so if you're a fan of teams that depends largely on free agency to reverse their fortunes.)One thing I'd like to say is there are many more factors coming into play this summer. The salary cap will rise to about 66 million in 2016 due to the explosion of new TV deals and more Read More
It's that time of the year again and the 2015 NBA trade deadline should provide us more news to delve into for the upcoming days. Because all the rosters will have locked after Thursday, all teams will have their own agendas and goals and should determine how they treat the deadline.
For some, it'll be a chance to strengthen themselves going into the postseason by acquiring a veteran. The others use the NBA trade deadline as a pressure release, from the tax impunity, that is. OR it could be a good Read More