There’a a dandy doubleheader in the NBA tonight and a $1,000 Freeroll for our readers. Click that link to enter; the top 225 finishers will win cash and first place is worth $100. It’s money for nothing! [Read more…]
After the weekend festivities, both the NBA and this column return. It’s time for the NBA contenders to get serious – perhaps to strengthen their teams through trade as the deadline approaches. San Antonio-Los Angeles Clippers is undoubtedly the feature game of the night, but several other matchups offer possible playoff series previews, including the Raptors-Wizards. DraftStreet hits the ground running, with several large guaranteed contests today and the $22 big Wednesday 50K , tomorrow. Here is today’s Fantasy Spin.
I said I’d be back on Tuesday, but I’m popping in to announce a special giveaway, courtesy of DraftStreet. If you like free money, enter this contest and take your shot at a share of $10,000. The top 411 spots get paid and the winner gets $1,000 in cold hard cash. All you have to do is pick a team of six All-Star Game players that score the most total DraftStreet points. The standard NBA format we’ve grown accustomed to is
Stephen Curry/GSW had an off game while John Wall/WAS and Bradley Beal/WAS led the Wizards to an impressive road win. Anthony Davis/NOP was dominant against the Cavaliers. The Pacers got back on track with a solid win over the Lakers. Weather and injury concerns will create challenging lineup decisions tonight in daily fantasy contests. There are plenty of DraftStreet contests and qualifiers as we draw closer to next week’s Big NBA 150K. Here is today’s Fantasy Spin. [Read more…]
Thursday’s national doubleheader went according to plan: the Heat edged out the gritty Lakers and the Blazers rallied on the superb performance of LaMarcus Aldridge/POR and beat the Nuggets in a close game. Today, injuries are front and center again, as a slew of new ones will affect many NBA games tonight. Hardest hit are the Sacramento Kings, with two stars sidelines for at least a few games. Golden State is concerned about the uncertain status of two of their
With a heavy slate of games with a lot of wide open play, the point accumulation at DraftStreet was unusually high. In many contests, it took over 300 points to finish first, and even cashing in double-up leagues required around 240 points. The Bobcats continued their impressive turnaround – this time beating the Clippers. Yesterday I told you that the mediocre Knicks were vulnerable and the Sixers shooter had a good day and pulled off the road win. The Spurs
If you watched the Blazers and Thunder battle you saw some highly entertaining basketball. Two superstars exchanged blows, with a pair of Kevin Durant/OKC dagger-like three pointers putting the game away. Elsewhere, the Nets continued to roll and the Heat gutted out a narrow win over a stubborn Celtics bunch. There are ten games on the NBA schedule tonight and DraftStreet has an assortment of contests for all tastes. The Sheridan Hoops DraftStreet Freeroll returns this Friday – you can
I have been captivated by the roller coaster season of the Philadelphia 76ers. As most of you recall, the Sixers were tabbed by some the worst NBA team in decades entering the season and some expected a single digit win tally by season’s end. So it was a shock when they handed the Heat a loss on the strength of a remarkable debut from an intriguing rookie, Michael Carter-Williams/PHI. They continued their solid play until getting hammered by the Warriors