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Best Value Picks For NBA Playoffs DFS Tuesday– May 7, 2019

The Studs YouTube Nikola Jokic, C, Denver Nuggets and Kawhi Leonard, SF, Toronto Raptors One drops triple-doubles like its nothing and the other is averaging almost 40 points on over 60% shooting. Go figure. The Middle Men Paul Millsap, PF, Denver Nuggets Reinhold Matay/USA TODAY Millsap has favorable matchups all over and it just shows in his production. The multiple-time All-Star has averaged 17.2 points and 11.3 rebounds over the past three games where he dropped at least Read More

5 Random NBA Stats To Get Us Through Offseason

1. Josh Hart-- Summer League MVP?

The 2nd year Laker from Villanova is averaging 24.2/5.2/2.3/1.5 on 47.1/39.6/80.0 shooting (61.8 TS%) in leading the Lakers summer league squad to a second straight championship berth in Las Vegas.

Bonus: Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk is not bad either. The Lakers' 2018 2nd round pick is averaging 17.7/4.2/2.2 on 50.7/42.9/71.4 shooting (63.7 TS%).
2. J.J. Redick

Redick has played a total of 760 career NBA games and not once did he tally a double-double.
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NBA December 19, 2015– Daily Fantasy Basketball Value Picks

Five-game slate Saturday December 19th makes for an interesting Daily Fantasy Basketball night.
The Studs
Chris Paul, PG ($7,800)
CP3 at THAT price? It's a no-brainer, and I don't care whoever the Los Angeles Clippers is slated to play against. It happens to be the Houston Rockets, who is third worst in the league in stopping opposing point guards.
Carmelo Anthony, SF ($8,300)
'Melo's daily fantasy point production is sort of up and down but you have got to like what's going on here. The New Read More

NBA Fantasy Forecaster Week 11 (Jan.5- Jan.11)

In NBA fantasy basketball, basically you have to watch out for a couple of things: Injuries and playing time. The latter is often a by-product of the former but come to think of it, the other way around is also true.
Say for example, LeBron James.
Ever since "The King" step foot in an NBA arena, he was handed the key to a franchise immediately. At a mere 18 years old, 'Bron was playing almost 40 minutes a night with Carlos Boozer, Zydrunas Ilgauskas, and Jeff McInnis. His workload hasn't come down Read More