It's the last game of the NBA regular season and it's a little tricky picking up players for your DFS squad because teams are resting key players left and right. However, we still have lots of options especially the super rookies.
Trae Young, PG, Atlanta Hawks
Young is not on the injury report against the Pacers and there is a big chance he'll suit up for the final game of the season. Ice Trae has made the Rookie of the Year race a bit more interesting down the stretch, averaging Read More
NBA DFS Basketball Best Value Picks-- Nov. 8, 2017
Kyrie Irving, PG, Boston Celtics ($8,800)
Kyrie has been amazingly consistent all year and has just dropped his first 50-FP game of the season against Atlanta. He is ranked second only to Steph Curry in terms of FPPG at the point guard position on Wednesday's slate of games on $500 less. Plus, we know how Irving loves the spotlight on big games and the rivalry outing against the Lakers exactly fits the bill.
Andre Drummond, C, Detroit Read More
NBA DFS Basketball Value Picks: Nov. 25, 2016
Kevin Love, PF, Cleveland Cavaliers ($7,800)
Kevin Love is a superstar and the Cavs are finally using him like one. Love has just exploded for 62 fantasy points on the Portland Trail Blazers and I'm excited to know what he can do against Dallas. Granted, the chance of this being a blowout is quite high (Vegas Insider has Cleveland as a -14.5 favorite) but he might still have some heat left after that ridiculous first quarter outburst. Love Read More
On the rise?
Andrew Wiggins, Minnesota Timberwolves
Wiggins provide the one thing that shooting guards should and that's putting the ball through the hoop. On only his second year in the league, the Canadian wing already ranked No. 5 among two's in scoring (20.7) which is nice. He also has a knack of getting fouled (5th among guards with seven FTA per game), which is, again, very nice. However, he is pedestrian anywhere else and is not exactly someone you'd rely on to supply three-point shooting.
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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