The annual crazy exodus otherwise known as the NBA trade deadline has passed and it was one of the busiest in recent memory. At least 25 players changed uniforms and that includes a number of high calibers such as Andre Drummond, D'Angelo Russell, and Andrew Wiggins.
Here are the fantasy winners and losers at the NBA trade deadline:
Christian Wood, PF/C, Detroit Pistons
The ultra-talented big man just saw his value skyrocket when the Pistons decided to get rid of Andre Drummond and ship Read More
Trae Young 46.25 FPTs 23P/8A/7R/1B
Clint Capela 29.25 FPTs 10P/11R/2B
Richaun Holmes 9.75 FPTs 4P/5R
Young didn’t go off for 49 points like the last time the Hawks played the Pacers but he put up some pretty good numbers in an Atlanta loss. Trae finished with 23 points, 8 rebounds and 7 rebounds, with the way my picks have been going I’m chalking this up as a win.
Capela had a terrible night and he still finished with a double Read More
Ben Simmons 28.75 FPTs 7P/7A/9R
RJ Barrett 10 FPTs 5P/4R
Marcus Morris 12.75 FPTs 10P/3R
Ben Simmons had a disappointing night. I was hoping Ben could get on a roll and notch a triple double. He had 7 points 6 assists and 7 rebounds going into the 4th quarter, unfortunately he only added 1 assist and 2 rebounds in the quarter and was a non factor. Ben was a huge success last night compared to my other locks
Well, you don’t get rich picking Read More
Draymond Green, PF/C, Golden State Warriors
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This guy should be in every DFS roster and if you're not having him, there is something wrong with you. Hell, he can even be considered a bargain with his price.
Green is averaging 16 points, 10.7 rebounds, 8.7 assists, a steal and a block in this series and there is no signs of him slowing down. I see him pretty much having a triple-double from hereon out.
Kyrie Irving, PG, Boston Celtics
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Russell Westbrook, PG ($12,600)
While James Harden has considerably cooled recently, Russell Westbrook showed no signs of slowing down. Another triple-double in the last outing, his sixth in eight games, and a 65.5 FP performance.
I'd still take my chances.
Anthony Davis, PF ($11,000)
He left in the early fourth in the game against Brooklyn but Davis passed a concussion test, prohibiting him from missing any Read More