Giannis Antetokounmpo, PG/SF, Milwaukee Bucks ($10,900)
The Greek Freak is on a mission, period. No explanation needed on this one. Pick him up and be ready to roll.
Ben Simmons, PG/SF, Philadelphia 76ers ($7,700)
Ben Simmons is doing his best Giannis impression right now and that's good news for fantasy owners. Simmons has just the right price to complement Antetokounmpo's high-end salary and has a high floor given his penchant to contribute across the board (except 3's). The Pistons Read More
NBA DFS Basketball Value Picks-- Dec. 17, 2016
Eric Bledsoe, Phoenix Suns ($7,700)
Bled is one of the higher-priced studs in the position you must keep an eye on. Notwithstanding the dud against San Antonio, Bledsoe has recorded four 50-FP games in the last six, averaging 41.6 fantasy points during that span. In comparison, Steph Curry only had a 40-FP average in the past seven games and he is $800 more expensive.
Reggie Jackson, Detroit Pistons ($5,400)
Jackson saw his minute Read More
A new NBA season will tip off October 27th which means it's Daily Fantasy Basketball time all over again. Tuesday will only feature three games, but since it has been nearly six months since we played--what the hell-- we all need to dig in!
October 27 Daily Fantasy Basketball Advice
Reggie Jackson, PG (Detroit Pistons) Salary: $7,800
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With only three games on schedule, it's tempting to draft the usual fantasy suspects but while there's nothing Read More
Daily Fantasy Basketball Lineup Advice April 12
Reggie Jackson, PG ($8,500)
If there's a sure thing in the point guard position, it's Reggie Jackson. The former Thunder reserve is still somewhat auditioning for everybody, proving he's worth a max contract and not just a backcourt insurance. If owners do look at his fantasy numbers, Jackson might just get what he wants.
Jackson has averaged 44.6 fantasy points in the last four games and practically didn't have one extremely bad statistical Read More
Daily Fantasy Basketball Advice March 29
All nine games of NBA action and one good day of daily fantasy basketball.
Reggie Jackson, PG ($8,300)
Reggie Jackson has been very good for the Pistons lately. But a lot of people in this league are very good, so how good exactly?
How about Westbrook-esque?
Jackson had two triple-doubles in two of the last four and again flirted with one in 37 minutes of work against Boston. Will he do that again against Miami? I'm willing to bet.
Nerlens Read More
It started slow and ended anything but.
If anyone was asked to describe the 2015 NBA trade deadline in seven words, that would be the most fitting description. Thirty-eight players were involved, not to mention a slew of draft picks, and maybe a few broken smartphones from the incessant calls along the way.
For some teams, if there ever were broken phones, it's all part of the occupational hazard. For others, not so much. And that could apply for players, too, and us as fantasy basketball loyalists. 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
We have forecasted the possible fantasy implications of two trades that happened last week, the Rajon Rondo to Dallas and Corey Brewer to Houston swaps. There's no doubt about the end results of both transactions, but the finer details and the temporary ramifications are interesting to say the least.
Speaking of interesting, I think this year's MVP race should be electric, in the superlative form. To put this in perspective, the top four candidates Steph Curry, Marc Gasol, Anthony Davis and James Read More
We have put too much faith in this year's rookie class and expected them to be like the four-headed monster (and one lizard head) the 2003 draft class was. Truth be told, as we have put too much faith in them, we might be putting too much unnecessary pressure on these youngsters, too.
At this point in 2003, top rookies LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony (Did you expect me to include Darko Milicic?) averaged 18.1 and 18.7, points, respectively for Cleveland and Denver. This batch, Andrew Read More