With only four NBA games this evening, it should be easier to find DFS standouts. Instead, we have difficult choices at multiple positions, with too many qualified candidates at some spots, not enough at others.
Teams in the NBA playoff races aren’t the only ones watching scoreboards this time of year. Take the Philadelphia 76ers, for example. The Sixers lost their first 17 games, were mathematically eliminated from the playoff race nearly a month ago and almost certainly will lose 60-plus games for the second straight season. But GM Sam Hinkie and the rest of the Sixers’ front office are tracking the results of other games almost as closely as their own. That’s because Philadelphia could have
Good morning! All-Day contests at DraftKings close at 12:30 Eastern and span nine NBA games. We’re going to use that player pool for today’s sample lineup and Short List, but you can also break the long Sunday down into smaller chunks.
With 13 NBA games tonight, there are several excellent players to choose from in every salary range at DraftKings but strategy begins at the highest level.
The most interesting of six NBA games this evening might be Houston at Indiana. Just as the Pacers began to look like a dangerous playoff opponent, they have lost five straight.
It’s not the greatest Saturday night in NBA history. There are six games, involving many tired teams, with some coaches resting their stars for the upcoming playoff grind and others — their seasons effectively over — experimenting with lineup combinations and evaluating players for the future.
Advice here is free, and worth it. Last night’s sample lineup scored 319.5 fantasy points at DraftKings, resulting in a nifty 700% profit. Hope you took my suggestions and improved on them just a little to win even more.
July 1 is almost here. Wait, it isn’t? You mean there is still two feet of ice, slush and snow piled up outside the home office in New York? Well, if you compare July to October, then July is almost here! And there is no bigger date on the NBA calendar than July 1 (although the May 19 draft lottery is a close second). Phil Jackson becomes relevant again for something other than his Twitter vitriol. Jeanie Buss becomes more interesting