We were all over the DraftKings leaderboard on Monday with scores in the 320 range. Many nights, that would have been extremely profitable, but James Harden (and his whopping 75.25 FPTS) was owned on 84.4% of teams, which means the big prizes depended on the supporting casts.
It’s a typical second-half Sunday, with nine NBA games. DraftKings offers six different opportunities to win, with contests closing at five different starting times and involving various combinations of teams.
A 13-game NBA slate the day after a busy trade deadline is a difficult DFS challenge. For a real-world analysis, read Chris Sheridan’s breakdown of all ten deals. We’re here to help you navigate the maze of changes and turn uncertainty into a profit at DraftKings.
New York – It’s really hard to be a fan of the NBA and not like everything about Stephen Curry these days. First and foremost, you have the on-court aspect. By now, it’s well-documented that he is one of the most gifted shooters the league has ever seen, and that ability was on full display during Saturday night’s 3-point contest. His game has reached another level in recent years, thanks to his ability to handle the ball like few can in the league.
All-Star Weekend didn’t start out too well for my son, Andrew. On Friday morning, he had an argument with his first serious girlfriend a day before his first serious Valentine’s Day. With that hanging over his head, he had to go to work, where his primary job is to kick mallrats out of the store. And it was the last work day before the All-Star Game and we still hadn’t heard from someone who had said that maybe, just maybe, he
NEW YORK — Former NBA player Dell Curry was on hand at the All-Star interview session on Friday to answer a number of questions about superstar Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors, and the proud father had plenty to say about the growing game of his son. Asked what his son got from him and what’s different between the two, Curry said “there’s a lot that’s different” with a big laugh. “I’d like to think he got the shooting touch from his dad,
Several stars in the NBA have their own shoes made just for them. LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant, Damian Lillard, Stephen Curry, and soon to be Russell Westbrook. The shoe deals seem to be plenty these days, and that’s due to the fact that several players are reaching stardom on new levels in the past couple of years that have warranted such privileges.
Aside from the expected festivities, the Dunk Contest, Three-Point Contest, Skills Challenge, BBVA Compass Rising Stars Challenge and the All-Star game, the NBA All-Star weekend brings with it ample time to either rest or stay busy with promotional opportunities. While many will be resting for the second half of the season, a number of NBA athletes are choosing the latter, opting to do a number various promotional activities. Atlanta Hawks power forward Paul Millsap stopped by the Samsung Soho Studio to meet