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FantasyScore NBA Picks for 1/27/16 (Daniel) PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Daniel Finch   
Wednesday, 27 January 2016 12:01

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Who else is still recovering from a weird and wonderful start of the week in the NBA? From the Warriors domination to Kevin Durant ($9600) referring to Kristaps Porzingis as a unicorn, the NBA has provided plenty of entertainment. For a third night in a row, there is a full slate of games on tap with some juicy matchups for both playoff implications and fantasy.

Can’t Miss

Kawhi Leonard ($8000): After a poor performance against the Warriors, I fully expect the Spurs to come out strong against a defensively weak Rockets team. I love the matchup for Kawhi as Houston has nobody to match up against The Claw.

Isaiah Thomas ($7800): The Nuggets as a team are horrible defensively, but they ranked 24th in the league against PGs. That is a good sign for Thomas, who is almost a lock for 30 fantasy points a night. Tonight, the diminutive guard should be able to crack 40/45 points and be a solid return on investment.

Paul Millsap ($8100): Millsap has been a fantasy stud all season long, and that shouldn’t change tonight. Facing a Clippers team reeling from news about Blake Griffin, the Hawks forward should have smooth sailing to fill up the stat sheet once again.

High Risk

Shabazz Muhammad ($2500): Muhammad is having a very strong January and has become a big part of the Wolves rotation. Getting 25 minutes a night as well as being allowed to take at least 10 shots a game has drastically helped Shabazz, needing only 25 points to give a solid 10 times return on investment, Muhammad should feature heavily in your rotations tonight.

Brandon Jennings ($2900): Jennings is one of those players whose fantasy value is hard to judge from game to game. With plenty of ups and downs since coming back from injury, the Pistons guard is tough to trust. However, with a potential blowout against the 76ers on the books, Jennings should get plenty of run and surpass the 20-minute mark as well as the 20 fantasy point mark, making him a viable start tonight.

Fillers

Rudy Gobert ($5000): The Frenchman probably won’t be in this space for much longer. However, the price tag dictates a middle of the road player. That is something that Gobert is not. The big man excels in many aspects of the game and can really stuff the stat sheet. With a matchup against the ailing Hornets tonight, who are especially weak in the frontcourt, look for Rudy to be a very strong play and easily hit 30+ fantasy points.

Nerlens Noel ($6600): Noel is a player that I have gone back and forth on for tonight’s game. However, recent performances and the illness Jahlil Okafor is battling means Noel will see increased usage tonight. I always like players that will see plenty of court time as well as high usage rates no matter the matchup. The second year man should see both and is a solid play tonight.

Enjoy yet another night of NBA action and happy balling.

Don't forget you can play against the Mastersballers at FantasyScore and follow me @dfinch21.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 January 2016 18:04
 
DraftKings NBA Picks for 1/26/16 (Daniel) PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Daniel Finch   
Tuesday, 26 January 2016 00:00

As I sit here taking in the Warriors vs. Spurs game, I am thinking that with all the hype this game has caused, whatever the NBA Finals are will be a letdown. Even if the Cavs make it (and they should) and they face either of the two West juggernauts, nothing will be the new kids on the block (Warriors) vs. the old reliable (Spurs). This weekend saw the firing of David Blatt, and Monday saw Blake Griffin announce that his return will be delayed, and yet the world is still only abuzz with this game. Well, let me take some time to focus on the matchups for Tuesday and who to start and who to sit.

Can’t Miss

Damian Lillard ($9300): Lillard has had a couple of stinkers recently, but a matchup with the defensively inept Kings, who are on a back-to-back, is too good to pass up. The Portland guard has such a high ceiling and this cushy matchup will bring that ceiling into play.

Chandler Parsons ($6300): Parsons seems to have finally found a groove this season, and the past four games have been superb. The Lakers aren’t a tough defense by any means, but they also are ranked 27th in the league against SFs. With the roll Parsons is currently on, this Maverick is a must start.

Brook Lopez ($7200): Lopez has been a great fantasy player all season, and one of the few bright spots on an otherwise horrific Nets roster. With Hassan Whiteside ($7500) either missing the game or making a return after two games out, Lopez should have an easier matchup than usual. Start the Brooklyn big man and reap the rewards.

High Risk

Jamal Crawford ($4200): With Blake Griffin set to miss more time, Crawford will continue to be a big part of the Clippers offense. Jamal is really a one-category player, but with a nice matchup against the Pacers, I like Crawford’s ability to deliver a good return on the investment.

Patrick Patterson ($3700): Patterson isn’t a guy who will really light up the stat sheet, but he is a guy heavily involved in the Raptors rotation. Getting near the 30- minute mark makes Patterson an attractive option, and at $3700, I am willing to fill out a roster with the Raptor.

Fillers

Deron Williams ($6200): The former Net has had a much better season compared to his Brooklyn/New Jersey years. The Lakers are horrible at defending PGs and at $6200, Williams is a perfect choice if you're looking to save some money.

Jabari Parker ($5100): Parker is a bit hit or miss, with three of the last six games over 30 fantasy points and two under 22. However, the Magic are on a back-to-back and Parker is always a threat to go off for a double-double. Plus, he doesn’t need to score in order to help your fantasy team. I love the price tag and will use Parker often in my rosters.

That’s all for now. I am going to sit back and enjoy this game. Happy balling!

Last Updated on Monday, 25 January 2016 23:40
 
FantasyScore DFS Picks for NFL Championship Sunday (Lawr) PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Lawr Michaels   
Saturday, 23 January 2016 00:00

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It is NFC/AFC Championship Weekend, meaning two games, four teams, limited picks, and great chances for high exposure selections, meaning it is important to pick your spots.

I tried to keep it simple, going with the Patriots combo of Tom Brady ($8400)/Julian Edelman ($8100) and Rob Gronkowski ($8000), completing that stack with the New England defense ($2900). Let's just say I have faith that Bill Belichick will know how to drive things better than anyone else.

On the low end, I still like Mike Tolbert ($2400) as a cheap goal-line option, and JJ Nelson as a low-end receiver. 

I suspect my team will largely succeed or fail with Tolbert and Nelson.

Again, remember you can play against us at the Mastersball 50/50 Challenge and you can follow me @lawrmichaels.

Last Updated on Saturday, 23 January 2016 09:38
 
DraftKings DFS Picks for the EPL Matchweek 23 (Daniel) PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Daniel Finch   
Saturday, 23 January 2016 00:00

Today, the Premier League is back and the season of injuries and rotation in teams starting XIs. This means that there will be plenty of little Easter eggs to find all over the pitch. Now without further ado, let us dig into the matchups and uncover some winners for Saturday’s action.

Forwards

Harry Kane ($7800): Kane is Tottenham and if Spurs want to have any chance of making the Champions League this season, they know that the England starlet is their answer. In a matchup against Crystal Palace, Kane should find plenty of space to operate and bag a goal.

Troy Deeney ($5200): Deeney is a strong physical player who can both score and set up goals. Against Newcastle, Deeney and Odion Ighalo ($6900) will get plenty of opportunities to score. At a nice price point, Deeney is hard to pass up on for a player so important to Watford’s success.

Midfielders

Junior Stanislas ($5300): Bournemouth is a team that enjoys playing through the midfield and any chance they get, they will dictate the game in that direction. Against Sunderland, that shouldn’t be an issue, meaning Stanislas will see plenty of the ball and have opportunities for shots and possibly a goal.

Jonjo Shelvey ($4600): Shelvey is a player I always liked as a Liverpool supporter. As you don’t lose points for an intercepted pass, Shelvey’s long Hollywood style passes can only be beneficial. Coming off an inspired start for Newcastle, look for the England man to push on and keep momentum going.

Yaya Toure ($5900): Toure hasn’t been nearly as prolific this season as in years past, but the Ivorian is still a crucial cog in Man City’s title push. With the Citizens looking to mount a charge on Arsenal, look for them to really turn it up a notch against West Ham. Toure will be the catalyst with tackles, interceptions and a handful of shots as well.

Defenders

Pablo Zabaleta ($3000): This is the third City player I am including, but Zabaleta is a very cheap option with massive potential. The Argentine is always eager to get forward and supply the final ball and that leads to a large amount of points. At just $3000, as long as Zabaleta is on the team sheet, you shouldn’t hesitate.

Christian Fuchs ($4400): Despite Leicester City cooling off a bit as of late, Fuchs continues to perform well. When you can get a defender that features on set plays, never second guess as the added points for crosses are plenty valuable.

Chris Smalling ($3000): “Mike” Smalling has been United’s best player by a mile this season. With solid performances at the back, Smalling will provide plenty of points for tackles and interceptions. The England International has had a knack for scoring goals in the past and that only adds to my intrigue in what is a good matchup against Southampton, who are struggling at the moment.

Last Updated on Saturday, 23 January 2016 09:24
 
DraftKings DFS Picks for Championship Weekend (Daniel) PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Daniel Finch   
Saturday, 23 January 2016 00:00

The NFL slate this week in the Championship Round is delicious. Manning vs. Brady and the Panthers looking to put to rest all of the doubters. There will be plenty of tactical decisions and players with immense talent on display. I am looking forward to watching both games and now let’s have a look to help you determine who to start and who to sit in your DFS games.

Quarterback

Start:

Carson Palmer ($6800): You can throw on the Panthers, as Russell Wilson proved last week, and Palmer has been sensational all year. I feel as if this will be the higher scoring of the two games, and Palmer should be able to rack up the yards and possibly a couple of scores.

Sit:

Tom Brady ($7400): The Broncos defense is very good, and the Pats might just try and throw a wrinkle into their gameplan. I just rate Denver’s defense very high and don’t feel Brady is worth the price tag.

Running Back

Start:

Steven Jackson ($3000): I just have that feeling. The Pats are known to throw out crazy gameplans and Jackson is a good candidate to be the beneficiary.

C.J. Anderson ($4400): The last time these two teams met, Anderson had a field day. I believe the Broncos will try to lean heavily on the run again, and that is good news for C.J.

Sit:

Jonathan Stewart ($5900): Stewart had a nice game last week, but the Cardinals defense has been solid against the run all year. This game has the markings of a Cam special with the Panthers relying heavily on the passing game.

Wide Receiver

Start:

Michael Floyd ($5300): Floyd has gotten a lot of attention in the red zone and is probably the best WR on the Cardinals. With Josh Norman probably sticking tight on Larry Fitzgerald ($6900), Floyd will have more room to roam.

Ted Ginn Jr ($4300): Ginn has been Cam’s main target this whole season, and that should remain the same for this game. The former Dolphin can really stretch the field and should be the beneficiary of some Cam specials.

Sit:

Demaryius Thomas ($7000): Thomas hasn’t been the same force this year, and the Patriots secondary is much improved. With Manning throwing ducks, I just don’t have faith in Thomas at that price.

Tight End

Start:

Greg Olsen ($7100): Olsen has been fantastic all year, and without Tyrann Mathieu, the Cardinals will have matchup problems. Look for Olsen to rack up the targets, especially in the red zone.

Sit:

None. I expect Rob Gronkowski ($7600) to have a good outing, and there are really only two TE options this week.

Good luck, and enjoy the games!

Last Updated on Saturday, 23 January 2016 09:51
 
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