When entering large daily fantasy basketball tournaments, it is a very good idea to try and find some lower owned options that can help differentiate you from the NBA DFS masses.
You should feel obligated to play some sort of NBA DFS on the day our NBA Lord is in action. Kristaps Porzingis and the New York Knicks are must-watch TV for any fan of the game, and even if you are indifferent toward the sport, you should tune
We have a larger than normal Tuesday slate with 10 games tonight. There’ll be many legitimate plays to chooose from with a few matchups we’ll want to target and some injury situations to consider. As always I’ll try to point you in the right direction.
Monday is a short slate with some interesting matchups, but finding an edge requires us to dive into Vegas, as well as advanced analytics to try and find leverage.
We only have three games on today’s daily fantasy basketball slate, two of which have the potential for a blowout, so attacking the game with an over/under of 235 is not a bad place to start your research. You are going to notice a running theme in this
On a slate that features, Russell Westbrook, Lebron James, James Harden, and Kristaps Porzingis, there are plenty of studs to love. Feel free to choose your stud or studs as best fits your process. Here are 10 more plays you can use to build the rest of your lineup.
We have a small, four-game slate this Saturday evening, two of which have implied totals of over 210 points, while two games have implied totals below 201 points. In addition, all but one game has a nine-point spread or higher, but being that it is a such a small slate,
Thursday’s two-game slate was a breath of fresh air in between two twelve gamers on Wednesday and tonight. On slates like this, you really have to do yourself a favor and narrow the player pool. We truly have some awesome games for daily fantasy basketball lined up on
On Wednesday we had a monster slate packed with twelve different games, but we have the exact opposite tonight. Two games. That is what we get. These slates can be tricky, but we are going to narrow the player pool down a bit with our daily fantasy basketball plays of
Every game is a data point. We can’t dismiss any of it, and it’s important that we process everything that’s happened so far to varying degrees. Will the Orlando Magic be the second-best offense in the league? No, but we have to reconfigure our preseason projections. Aaron Gordon