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.
Recent comments by DeMarcus Cousins $10500 are like a volcano spewing smoke. You don’t want to be nearby when it inevitably erupts.
The Madison Square crowd was in a frenzy. New Orleans Pelicans head coach Monty Williams had just called a meaningless timeout with 8.1 seconds left and his team down 99-92 to a New York Knicks team that had lost 16 straight games dating back to Dec. 12. New Orleans failed to score after the timeout, and the Knicks won at home for the first time since Nov. 22. A 2-3 road trip against Eastern opponents looks bad enough for a New Orleans Pelicans
We have 13 games to consider on Big Friday, including several featuring high-salaried superstars. All signs point to a fifth consecutive monster game for DeMarcus Cousins $11300 and another big night for Chris Bosh $8400.
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A star is born? Not only did Hassan Whiteside put up career-highs in points (23) and rebounds (16) on Sunday, he did it against DeAndre Jordan and led Miami to a shocking road upset of the Clippers.
Will Anthony Davis $11400 return? It’s the critical question for Tuesday night. A chest contusion caused him to leave Friday’s game early and take Sunday off. His official status is questionable; stay on top of breaking news.
Let’s call last night a Wacky Wednesday and try to forget. The 76ers won a game! The Rockets, missing four of their best seven players, beat the Grizzlies. The Spurs lost to the Nets, with Mirza Teletovic the best player on the floor — 26 PTS, 16 REB.