1.) Lonzo Ball, PG, Los Angeles Lakers
Verdict: Buy Low
Ball is barely clinging into a top-150 value because of poor percentages and mediocre point production. However, the things that he's really great at (assists and steals plus out-of-position stats like rebounds and occasional blocks) are among the rarest in fantasy basketball. In addition to that, scoring can easily be replaced and his shot attempts per game (7.8) and FT attempts per game (0.7) barely moves the needle. If an impatient Read More
Bradley Beal, SG, Washington Wizards ($8,100)
With John Wall on the shelf for a couple of weeks, Bradley Beal will be the focus of the Wizards' offense. That would mean an uptick in almost every offensive category, especially assists in which he had seven in a loss to Portland. He will not be as efficient as he usually is, but since DFS hardly punishes inefficiency, Beal should be a must-start in all DFS leagues.
LaMarcus Aldridge, PF/C, San Antonio Spurs ($8,100)
LMA just finished Read More
The NBA season has just began... and opening night saw Gordon Hayward go down with a potential season-ending ankle injury, and the Houston Rockets with the come from behind victory at Golden State Warriors.
Daily Fantasy NBA: Value Plays (October 18, 2017)
Today we will target players that shall exceed value because of increase usage due to injuries on their team.
LaMarcus Aldridge, PF, San Antonio Spurs (FanDuel: $7,000)
Spurs are missing Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker for their season-opener. Read More
NBA DFS Playoffs: 3 Players To Avoid On Thursday
DeMar DeRozan, SG, Toronto Raptors ($8,000)
Everything is exposed in the playoffs and unless DeMar DeRozan finds ways to expand his range or create for others, I don't think the high-scoring guard is a wise investment at $8,000. His rebounding numbers may even be just a fluke.
At this point, teammate Kyle Lowry may be a better option (though at a slightly higher price) having seen his last performance. However, if you want the bang for your Read More
NBA DFS Best Value Picks-- March 19, 2017
DeMar Derozan, SG, Toronto Raptors ($7,700)
DeMar Derozan has a pretty mediocre stat line the past six games averaging "only" 34.5 points. He is still the focal point of the Raptors offense. though, and against a less-than-impressive Pacers defense, Derozan could break out and hit the 50's once again.
Goran Dragic, PG, Miami Heat ($7,600)
The Dragon has hit the high 40's in three of the past four and draws another favorable matchup against Read More
Last season wasn't really a good one for the San Antonio Spurs and all the nagging injuries Tony Parker suffered is primarily the one to blame. Despite being known as a "unit" rather than a one-man show, everything goes where Parker goes. If he's at it, everybody's at it.
That said, the Spurs somehow makes every experts list as contenders year in and year out BUT on fantasy previews, the consensus is to AVOID everyone not named Kawhi Leonard (and to a lesser extent, Danny Green) like Read More
NBA Player Tracking statistics provides a whole new dimension for stat lovers to delve in. According to the official website, "Player Tracking is the latest example of how technology and statistics are changing the way we understand the game of basketball."
How did they do it?
"Using six cameras installed in the catwalks of every NBA arena, SportVU software tracks the movements of every player on the court and the basketball 25 times per second. The data collected provides a plethora of innovative Read More
Daily Fantasy Basketball Advice March 28
It's only five games but there are a lot of golden opportunities to win if you look these players' way this Saturday.
LaMarcus Aldridge, PF ($8,700)
LA has been somewhat inconsistent the past four games--scoring in the 40's and 50's sandwiched by games of the 20 and 30-point variety. So how ill Saturday night go? There's no way to tell but the match-up suggests it could probably be the former. In the two rather poor games, Aldridge locked horns Read More