Bradley Beal, SG, Washington Wizards
Back-to-back games with at least 60 fantasy points say it all. Beal is carrying this Wizards team and doing it all, averaging 31.3 points, 9.5 rebounds, 9 assists, and 2.5 steals over the past two. He already had a couple of pretty nice games against the Magic this season so I expect him to top his averages.
Steph Curry, PG, Golden State Warriors
Curry is having mediocre games by his standards lately but facing a rival without Kevin Durant, Read More
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Kelly Olynyk, PF/C, Miami Heat
Olynyk has strung up three good games in a row and with Hassan Whiteside not playing Friday against Phoenix, Olynyk should soak up most of the minutes. He has averaged 14 points, seven rebounds, 1.7 assists, and 1.3 steals the last three outings with probably the best one coming up against an anemic Suns defense.
Darren Collision, PG, Indiana Pacers
Most would probably pick Tyreke Evans as the most likely beneficiary of Victor Oladipo's injury, Read More
Ben Simmons, PG, Philadelphia 76ers
The Sixers are headed to the playoffs and Ben Simmons is a big reason why. The seven-foot point guard is practically averaging a triple-double over the past month, putting up 12.4 points, 9.4 rebounds, and 10.8 assists during that stretch. And speaking of triple-doubles, Simmons has collected 7 of them in the past 11.
Philadelphia will be facing the lowly Nets and will be without Joel Embiid to close out the season so in Ben we should trust.
Paul Millsap, Read More
It's just impossible to win a season-long fantasy league without working the waiver wire as there should be expected bumps along the way. The endless rotation shifts and injuries, however disappointing, is a fact of basketball life.
A wise fantasy owner takes this into consideration and looks for ways to maximize their team's productions. Sometimes, you have to beat others to the punch but a sage-like owner doesn't need to: He just looks someplace others don't.
1. T.J. McConnell, PG, Philadelphia Read More
NBA DFS Playoffs: 3 Bargains To Look At This Sunday (April 30, 2017)
1. Austin Rivers, PG/SG, Los Angeles Clippers ($4,000)
It sure pays when the coach is your Dad. Kidding aside though, Rivers is the best option the Clippers have right now at SG because at least he goes after people and JJ Redick and Jamal Crawford are useless when they're not hitting shots.
Rivers played 35 minutes in just the second game since his injury and could see plenty of run in a winner-take-all Game 7.
2. Joe Read More