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About Spencer Aguiar - RotoBaller

PGA and NBA writer/contributor. Author of the weekly PGA DFS: Vegas Report at Rotoballer. I was born and raised in Las Vegas and attended college at UNLV. Follow me on Twitter @teeoffsports

Spencer Aguiar - RotoBaller has written 826 articles so far, you can find them below.

Torrey Pines doesn't seem like the best natural fit for Pat Perez's game, but the 42-year-old has recorded two top-four showings since 2014. In fairness, Perez has also produced a missed cut and 74th place finish in that same duration of time, but the American has some positives to build off of in San Diego.... Read More

The Jordan Spieth show will be back in action this week at the Farmers Insurance Open. Spieth has had a tumultuous past 18 months, dropping from second in the world to his new ranking of 20th. The American hasn't found the winner's circle since July of 2017 and rolls into San Diego having missed his... Read More

Welcome back to the PGA DFS: Vegas Report. 31-year-old rookie Adam Long won his first PGA Tour title by one shot at the Desert Classic. Long shot a final-round 65 to edge out Phil Mickelson and Adam Hadwin. The 417th-ranked player in the world had appeared in five career events, posting a share of 63rd... Read More

Andrew Putnam shot a 14-under par at the Desert Classic to finish in a share of 34th place. Putnam has been on an incredible run since the RBC Canadian Open in July, posting 13 straight made cuts with five top-15 results -- including a victory at the Barracuda Championship in August. The 29-year-old has jumped... Read More

Sangmoon Bae has had a difficult time since reacquiring his PGA Tour card in September, missing five of his first six cuts of the 2019 season. Last week, Bae shot a one-under par at La Quinta to miss the cut by eight strokes. It has been a difficult last few months for the 336th-ranked golfer... Read More

A graduate at San Diego State University, J.J. Spaun will head to San Diego to compete in this week's Farmers Insurance Open. Spaun brings with him some solid course history at Torrey Pines, recording two top-25 appearances in his only three attempts -- including a share of ninth place in 2017. A T51 during last... Read More

C.T. Pan provided a mediocre result at the Desert Classic, finishing the event in a share of 51st place. After opening Thursday with a six-under par 66, Pan proceeded to shoot three consecutive days of two-under par 70 golf. The 102nd-ranked player in the world has been superb since August, climbing nearly 90 spots in... Read More

Trends come and go in the NFL, but for the sixth straight season, both Super Bowl teams will have had a bye to begin the playoffs. The one and two seeds from the AFC and NFC flexed their muscles during the Divisional Round, casting away the remaining Wild Card contenders. We mentioned in our article... Read More

Welcome to the RotoBaller NBA Recap. In this feature, we highlight three fantasy basketball takeaways from last night's slate of NBA games. Saturday was a wild day in the NBA that featured game-winners, ejections, injuries and all-around quality fantasy performances. The James Harden experience continued against the Los Angeles Lakers. Harden scored 48 points to... Read More

Welcome to the RotoBaller NBA Recap. In this feature, we highlight three fantasy basketball takeaways from last night's slate of NBA games. Friday night featured a dominant performance from Kyrie Irving, the return of DeMarcus Cousins and a coaching milestone for Gregg Popovich. Since we are on the topic, let's start there. The San Antonio... Read More

Ollie Schniederjans missed the cut at the Sony Open, shooting a three-over par. It has been a tough year for the 192nd-ranked golfer in the world, who has fallen nearly 90 spots since this time last season. Schniederjans has only posted one top-25 finish since the Genesis Open in February of 2018 but will attempt... Read More

Luke List enters this year's Desert Classic in search of his first PGA Tour title. The American missed the cut at La Quinta last season but provided a share of sixth place here in 2016. List brings with him some quality form, posting two top-four finishes in his past three events. Always a great striker... Read More

Si Woo Kim has played La Quinta once in his career, posting a share of ninth place in 2016, but the thing that is the most encouraging about Kim's potential this week is his success on Pete Dye-designed courses. The South Korean became the youngest player to win the Players Championship in 2017, capturing the... Read More

A winner at La Quinta in 2016, Jason Dufner will attempt to find his form after a grueling past season. Dufner missed 11 of 26 cuts during the 2018 calendar year, which includes no top-20 finishes since the Players Championship in May. The 41-year-old is coming off of a share of 73rd at last week's... Read More

Chez Reavie shot a 17-under par at the Sony Open last week to finish in a share of third place. Reavie put on a magical display of golf during his second round, holing out from 100-plus yards three times during Friday. Unfortunately, though, he was unable to get his putter going during the week, finishing... Read More

Dylan Frittelli is one of the more intriguing under the radar candidates this week at the Desert Classic. The 28-year-old has opened the first season that he has had full membership on the PGA Tour with three made cuts in three tournaments. Sandwiched in between his starts in America, Frittelli has provided four top-25 finishes... Read More

After a share of 57th place at the Sony Open, Adam Hadwin rolls into the Desert Classic with stellar course history in his previous three attempts. The Canadian has provided three straight top-six finishes, including a second place finish in 2017 and a share of third in 2018. Hadwin's past results here have helped install... Read More

Pat Perez shot a one-under par in Hawaii to miss the cut on the number. Other than a withdraw at the Dell Technologies Championship in September, Perez had made his previous eight cuts. This week, the 68th-ranked player in the world will head over to La Quinta, California for the Desert Classic. At a $7,300... Read More

Here at RotoBaller, we are always searching for ways to give our readers the best fantasy sports content possible. With that goal in mind, we are very proud to announce the addition of a weekly PGA “One and Done” column. In this feature, our golf staff of Joe Nicely, Spencer Aguiar and Gianni Magliocco will... Read More

Welcome back to the PGA DFS: Vegas Report. Matt Kuchar overcame some early stumbles on Sunday to win the Sony Open by four strokes. Kuchar bogeyed three of the first five holes during the final round after making just one bogey during the opening three days. However, he seized control of the event with five... Read More

Welcome to the RotoBaller NBA Recap. In this feature, we highlight three fantasy basketball takeaways from last night's slate of NBA games. Saturday was a competitive day in the NBA with all eight contests decided by 10 points or less. The Minnesota Timberwolves squeaked by the New Orleans Pelicans 110-106. Karl-Anthony Towns led the way... Read More

Welcome to the RotoBaller NBA Recap. In this feature, we highlight three fantasy basketball takeaways from last night's slate of NBA games. Friday's are rarely quiet when it comes to the number of games on the schedule, but the increased volume can be used to your benefit. For starters, the expanded resources on your team... Read More

There is no such thing as a bad weekend of football, but the Wild Card round felt like it featured a handful of teams that were either afraid to lose or just wanted the clock to strike zero. The Dallas Cowboys versus Seattle Seahawks highlighted two organizations that flat out did not want to make... Read More

After a rocky 2018 calendar year, Adam Scott began to show some form during the latter stretch of the season -- making his last nine cuts and providing a third-place finish at the PGA Championship. This week, Scott will make his 2019 debut at the Sony Open. Ever since an anchoring ban was put into... Read More

Patton Kizzire, who is the defending champion of the Sony Open, will attempt to defend his title this week at Waialae Country Club. Kizzire brings with him two straight top-15 finishes, including a share of eighth place during last week's Tournament of Champions. The narrative of him being the defending champion is going to increase... Read More

Ollie Schniederjans comes to the Sony Open with high expectations and a new caddie to boot. Damon Green, the longtime caddie for Zach Johnson, has taken over the bag for Schniederjans, and the duo could form an excellent partnership for the 2019 season. Green figures to be a big boost to the former No. 1... Read More

While Chez Reavie isn't entering this year's Sony Open with the same form that he possessed last season, it seems reasonable that we could see another early season push from the 63rd-ranked golfer in the world. It is not to say that he has been bad recently -- making six straight cuts and providing a... Read More

Cameron Smith captured the Australian PGA Championship in December but has been virtually ignored throughout the industry entering this week's Sony Open. It may have something to do with his $9,400 price tag on DraftKings --making him the eighth most expensive player, but it could also be his dwindling statistical production. In his last 50... Read More

Adam Hadwin will be back in action at the Sony Open this week. After struggling towards the middle of the 2018 season, Hadwin was able to find his groove towards the end of the year --making six of his last seven cuts and providing five top-21 results. Waialae Country Club seems like it should be... Read More

Bryson DeChambeau kept his momentum rolling at the Tournament of Champions, finishing the event in seventh place. The American has now provided seven straight top-20 finishes, which includes three victories in the past five months. This week, DeChambeau heads to the Sony Open in Honolulu, Hawaii. The 25-year-old is the second betting favorite at odds... Read More

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