Every time he steps on the court, Russell Westbrook $11800 creates the most important decision in daily fantasy. Yesterday in a losing cause, he scored 54 points and an amazing 80.8 FPTS at DraftKings, but he may not play in tonight’s must-win.
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.
Tuesday’s best of six NBA games is the Cavaliers in Dallas. LeBron James $10500 was relatively quiet in an easy win on Saturday, one night after getting smothered by great defence in a loss to the soaring Hawks. The King seems about ready to break out with a triple-double.
Huge money is up for grabs this evening at DraftKings, with five contests carrying a prize pool of $100,000 or more. There are a dozen games on the final full night of the NBA before the all-star break.
It’s just another manic Monday. The NBA features nine games, several of them involving heavy favorites. Injuries and possible fatigue cloud the DFS picture, especially in New Orleans. It’s always important to check breaking news, critical tonight.
The Blizzard of 2015 has postponed tonight’s game between the Kings and Knicks. If you entered a lineup before noon, make sure you didn’t use DeMarcus Cousins or Rudy Gay.
There were “too many” superstars to choose from in daily action on Friday — though Klay Thompson outperformed all eight of those $10000+ salary guys with the greatest quarter in NBA history. Tonight, the pendulum swings the other way.
You’d think now that Thanksgiving and the subsequent shopping sprees like Black Friday and Cyber Monday are in the past, all of the great deals are surely gone. Not true! At CHARGED.fm, you can find great prices on tickets no matter what time of year it is. I’ve taken the liberty of looking through the marketplace and discovered phenomenal deals to see some of the best players in the NBA for $20 or less. You can see All-Stars, all-time greats and some of