1. LeBron and Iso Joe's career earnings.
In case you don't remember, Joe Johnson is still in the league with the Houston Rockets. But did you know that LeBron James "only" made $19 million more than JJ in their whole career?
LeBron James - $233,893,001
Joe Johnson - $214,797,154
Speaking of LeBron, his six 40-point games are the most in a single postseason since Allen Iverson in 2001. Only Jerry West (8 in 1965) and Michael Jordan (7 in 1989) have more in NBA history. Read More
Hello, and good day, I hope everyone had a chance to read my first post and give it a try on a cheap contest just for the hell of it. The Lineup I posted yesturday did not finish in the money, but that one was literally the only dud I had. I should have mentioned that I give free lineups on Twitter all the time, and last night I cashed out in 7 contests between DraftKings and FanDuel. Throughout the day I tinker with a new lineup here and there in a Quarter Contest. I will make sure to leave Read More
1. Patrick Beverley, PG, Los Angeles Clippers
Patrick Beverley won't be in the top tier of point guards anytime soon but fantasy-wise, he could be a big help on anybody's roster this upcoming season. The 1st team All-Defense member is a solid playmaker, a hard-nosed defender, and a respectable enough shooter to warrant a spot as the third PG in your fantasy roster. He's now out of James Harden's shadow and playing alongside Milos Teodosic should allow PatBev to feature his scoring more.
According Read More
In season-long fantasy leagues, having a balanced team without distinguishable weaknesses is a must. However, we couldn't always get what we want and chances are, there is that one category that we couldn't get a hold on.
If improving said category becomes imperative, here are THIRTEEN of the best fantasy specialists still available in the waiver wire.
Rodney Hood, SG/SF, Utah Jazz (Availability: 33% Yahoo, 40% ESPN)
When Alec Burks and his 14.3 PPG average went down, that much production Read More
Only five days to go before the season ends but like every slowpoke will say, it's better late than never. Here's your options from a six-game Saturday.
Daily Fantasy Basketball Lineup Advice April 11
Blake Griffin, PF ($8,700)
The secret to getting production this late in the season is to roster players that actually play for SOMETHING. They'd still go all out because they know one slippage could mean the difference between having homecourt advantage or starting the playoffs on the Read More