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Friday was a rough night at the DFS office. That’s the NBA, where “huh?” happens. The ‘unstoppable’ DMC Express got derailed, causing every one of my lineups to crash and burn. The Wizards may have kidnapped by aliens and replaced with clones who had never played basketball.
Congratulations to the Pistons and Stan Van Gundy on a stunning comeback in San Antonio to win their sixth straight. They are on some kind of roll.
Maybe the Rockets were overconfident. Maybe the Spurs were desperate and determined. For reasons no doubt more complex than that, Houston lost a game I thought they would win fairly easily.
Kevin Durant $10900 scored 30 points in 19 minutes on Thursday before rolling his ankle. Though it’s not a serious sprain, his status tonight is unknown. Russell Westbrook $11500 might have to carve up L.A. by himself, with a little help from Serge Ibaka $6800.
The countdown to Christmas is upon us. With just eight days left, people are scrambling to get some last-minute shopping done in time for the holiday. Luckily for you, there are still amazing deals to be discovered when you Check CHARGED.fm. Even with NBA tickets in high demand, you can see some of the best players in the league for under $20 a ticket. I’ve searched through the marketplace once again and found five incredible games you can check out this week.
Monday features eight NBA games, all included in 7:00 contests at DraftKings. They also offer Late-only play, spanning just two games at 10:00 Eastern. My lineups will look similar in both — as many Clippers as I can afford.
The hottest team in the Eastern Conference doesn’t have a three-headed monster like the Cleveland Cavaliers. It doesn’t have a scrutinized superstar returning from injury like the Chicago Bulls or a rapper sitting courtside at every home game like the Toronto Raptors. Heck, it doesn’t even have a national TV appearance, even though it plays in TNT’s backyard. But the Atlanta Hawks have won nine of their last 10 games, flying well under the radar toward the top of the conference. The Hawks