FantasyScore DFS Picks for NFL Week 9 (Daniel) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Daniel Finch   
Saturday, 07 November 2015 09:29

After the historic Week 8 of the NFL season, this week can only be a bit of a letdown. Looking for the next Saints vs. Giants game? Good luck, but let's take a peek at the most likely games that could come close to replicating that scoreline. The Giants are once again featured in a matchup that has the potential to produce bunches of fantasy points. I personally love Doug Martin ($7300), who should continue the recent trend and tear through the soft front 7 of the Giants.  Jameis Winston ($6300) is an interesting value pick as his recent performances have been promising, but I much prefer to look in the direction of Mike Evans ($6900) to be on the recieving end of the top draft pick's passes.

The Bears face off against the Chargers in a matchup featuring two of the brashest QBs in the league. I like both Phillip Rivers ($7900) and Jay Cutler ($6800) to sling the ball around a ton. As such, expect both of their top targets in Antonio Gates ($6800) and Alshon Jeffery ($7700) to thrive this week, especially Gates with Keenan Allen suffering a very serious injury last week.

Finally, my top RBs include Ronnie Hillman ($6300), who will be facing a weak Indy defense, and Chris Ivory ($7400), who should be relied on heavily against Jacksonville with Ryan Fitzpatrick ($5700) coming off a thumb injury.

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Last Updated on Saturday, 07 November 2015 10:00
FantasyScore NBA Picks for 11/6/15 (Daniel) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Daniel Finch   
Friday, 06 November 2015 09:03


Mastersball is excited to now be supporting NBA DFS, where you can indeed play against me at FantasyScore.

We are getting to the point in the NBA season where the one-game flashes are just that, and the players with more staying power are rising to the top. Now is the time you find your old reliable, a player you can consistently rely on to fill out a roster with little monetary repercussions. Today's slate of games features four games that I specifically have targeted as DFS goldmines. Sacramento vs. Houston, Phoenix vs. Detroit, L.A. vs. Brooklyn and Atlanta vs. New Orleans should all feature some very good fantasy production and high scores. I personally like to target games such as these for my roster fillers as a player averaging 18 fantasy points can eaily jump up another 6-10 points in a shootout style game.

Starting in Atlanta, Al Horford ($6800) is not getting nearly enough respect salary wise. Horford is a very well-rounded player with an excellent mid-range jumpshot capable of giving Anthony Davis fits. The rebound numbers won't be as high, as the Unibrow will grab anything within a four-mile radius, but $6800 for Horford is just too good to pass up. Continuing on to the game in Phoenix, both starting point guards should really put on a show. Brandon Knight ($6000) has averaged 34.9 fantasy points per game and I've seen very little resistance in the Pistons defense so far this year. On the other side, Reggie Jackson ($7100) has averaged a shade less than Knight with 33.4 per game, but the partnership between Andre Drummond and Jackson is evident and those pick and rolls will pay off big time against an aging Tyson Chandler.  

In Brooklyn, the Lakers and Nets are both looking for their first wins. This game should be an end to end high-scoring affair with neither team knowing the meaning of defense. Julius Randle ($5000) is a player I have on a lot of my teams. Randle has shown why the Lakers used a lottery pick to secure his services.  Against the weak Nets frontcourt, he will feast. Lastly, the Rockets must be licking their chops seeing the limping Kings on their schedule. James Harden will get his, but my top play from the Rockets is Ty Lawson ($4500). The talented point guard should rack up the assists as well as find easy scoring chances on a regular basis. This game looks to be very one-sided with the Rockets scoring in droves, so handcuff their PG and watch the points roll in.

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Last Updated on Friday, 06 November 2015 11:04
FantasyScore NBA picks for 11/3/15 (Daniel) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Daniel Finch   
Tuesday, 03 November 2015 11:31

161x314_fantasyscore_basketballMastersball is excited to now be supporting NBA DFS, where you can indeed play against me at FantasyScore.

So far this NBA season, Daily fantasy leagues and tournaments have been won on the outstanding play of individuals such as Stephen Curry’s every game. Average team strength has been trumped by an individual going out and dropping between 50-80 fantasy points.  So, this group of games presents a bit of a change-up, with the only true superstar available being Anthony Davis ($9400). Whilst I like Davis a lot, my aim today is to draft an overall solid team.

I personally love the matchups in the Raptors vs. Mavericks game to be the NBA’s version of the Saints vs. Giants. Having said that, Kyle Lowry ($7000) should really flourish against a defensively inadequate Dallas squad. Look for big points and assists numbers out of Lowry this evening. Sticking with that same trend, DeMar DeRozan ($7000) should easily find ways to score at will in this game and will round out a solid backcourt for your fantasy team.

At the Forward positions, Julius Randle ($5000) has shown an ability to be an all-around player. Showcasing talent worthy of a top-5 draft pick, Randle should really flourish against a Nuggets team that lacks a true interior force. For the other forward position, I love Marcus Morris ($4200) as another great value pick. Morris (unlike his twin brother) has gotten off to a great start in Detroit and really spaces the floor well in Stan Van Gundy’s offense. Look for the opening season numbers to continue with a solid performance this evening.

Finally, at center this evening, Marc Gasol ($7700) has a much easier path with the injury to DeMarcus Cousins. Memphis still relies on the Spaniard’s beautiful mid-range jumper to fuel its offense. Best of luck in all your Daily NBA games this evening.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 November 2015 00:16
FantasyScore NBA Picks for 10/31/15 (Daniel) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Daniel Finch   
Saturday, 31 October 2015 10:53

161x314_fantasyscore_basketballMastersball is excited to now be supporting NBA DFS, where you can indeed play against me at FantasyScore.

Last night was more trick than treat for me, but I’m definitely looking forward to better picks this evening. Let’s start with my pick of the night, Mike Conley ($6400). Conley is often overlooked on a team dominated by big men but the former Buckeye can really stuff the stat sheet. The Grizzlies’ point man is averaging 10.5 points to go along with 8 assists so far in this young season. Going up against a weak Nets team and facing off against Jarrett Jack should be just what the doctor ordered for Conley.

Next up are a pair of big men from Utah, Rudy Gobert ($7400) and Derrick Favors ($7200). Both get a favorable matchup against a much weaker Pacers frontcourt which has struggled so far this season. Favors leads the Jazz in PPG and Gobert is an overall stat sheet stuffer.

My ultimate value pick for the evening is Kristaps Porzingis ($3500) against the Wizards. Washington is on the tail end of a back-to- back and Porzingis has come out really trying to prove the doubters wrong with good value all around. The lanky Latvian is a steal as a roster filler for this evening's matchup.

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Last Updated on Saturday, 31 October 2015 16:21
FantasyScore DFS Picks for NFL Week 8 (Daniel) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Daniel Finch   
Friday, 30 October 2015 19:17


Going into week 8 of the NFL season, most people are very high on Philip Rivers ($7900) to tear apart the porous Ravens secondary.  I fully back that prediction, and am looking for Danny Woodhead ($6200) to once again have a huge game.  Expect Woodhead to get the most looks with Melvin Gordon ($4600) yet to find his stride, and with Woodhead owning the third most receptions out of the backfield this season, look for the solid play to continue.

At quarterback Eli Manning ($7600) is a good value pick if you don’t want to splurge on Rivers.  In the same game, Ben Watson ($2700) is my other value pick of the week as Tight end has turned up his performances lately. Watson gets to go up against the not so sturdy Giants defense giving up the third most passing yards per game and 10 TDs so far this season.

The ultimate value pick Teddy Bridgewater ($5900), Since Stefon Diggs ($6500) burst on the scene Bridgewater has picked up his play (averaging 278 passing yards a game).  With Bridgewater et al facing the Chicago Bears defense, if you need to fit a quarterback into a positional heavy lineup, Bridgewater’s your man.

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Last Updated on Friday, 30 October 2015 19:58
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