Every year we say 'It's a crazy NBA trade deadline' and this time around we actually mean it. Some trades that have taken place shook the NBA's balance of power and even though it will be difficult to feel out their fantasy outlooks, we'll try nonetheless.
Bobby Portis, PF/C, Washington Wizards
Portis has had a publicized beef with Bulls coach Jim Boylen and I'm sure for him, getting out of Boylen's tutelage is a win in itself. It looks like it will also be the case inside the basketball 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
On the Rise?
Harrison Barnes, Dallas Mavericks
The Mavs aren't paying Barnes, a fixture of Golden State Warriors' lineup of death, $94 million to sit on the bench. That as much is true. Whether Barnes can actually be efficient and produce elite numbers across the board remains to be seen but as long as he has playing time, he has a chance to do so.
Barnes' per-36 minutes are somewhat pedestrian, only 13 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists and a steal for his career. However, that could be mainly seen Read More
1. What's DeAndre Jordan doing in there?
Perhaps the most mind-boggling stat for US: They've blocked 2 shots total over the last 2 games.
— Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) August 14, 2016
2. Should Coach K play Harrison Barnes more? I think he should.
3. How long is this second?
That's an awfully long 1 second ?pic.twitter.com/c6sWai6ko6
— BALLGOD (@theballgod) August 13, 2016
4. Anthony Davis
AD's trajectory in terms of statistics went a step back last year but he is still awfully Read More
After a busy week of free agency, most of the dust has settled. Amidst the surprise signings and crazy figures, which big free agency names trend up or down in 2016 Fantasy Basketball after signing new contracts? Let's take a look at 10 of them:
1. Kevin Durant joins Golden State Warriors
Perhaps the biggest free agency signing of the year, Kevin Durant decided to join forces with the Splash Brothers and Draymond Green. That's pretty good for KD's championship aspirations but Read More