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DraftKings Daily Fantasy Basketball Picks (1/24/19): NBA DFS Lineups

Three games on Friday night as the playoffs continue. Not a lot of injuries of signicance or quality bench players to choose from, but we can attack those GPP’s with guys who are generously priced and are capable of exceeding their values. Toronto/Washington is the projected highest-scoring game on the slate, with OKC/Utah and Cleveland/Indiana... Read More

There's a decent three game slate in a few elimination games tonight. That's when the best players on the court generally come out, which is what we'll be looking at. In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy basketball lineup picks for DraftKings on 4/27/18. These DFS lineup picks can vary from higher-priced... Read More

Thanks to teams forcing games sixes and pushing these series further along, we get a nice little three-game slate for Friday evening. Playoff basketball (in potentially series' deciding games!), the NFL Draft continues, and a 14-game main slate in MLB is a really nice way to kick off the weekend. My first thought about this... Read More

So, this is different. There's only one game tonight after being spoiled with games last night. Only the Bucks and Celtics will play tonight and luckily FanDuel runs this nifty single-game contest that only allows you to roster five total players. To make it easy, I'll do my best to label each pick that is... Read More

The playoffs are here and we are looking at one of the best times of the year for the NBA. We have a four-game slate where we have two teams trying to close out a series, with the other two series still up for grabs. In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy... Read More

Three games tonight and plenty of options. Usually this would be good but both the Celtics-Bucks and 76ers-Heat have been somewhat of a crapshoot. The shooters are hitting about every other game, although the superstars have been producing like they should. Game four of Warriors-Spurs shouldn't continue down that same path and expect the Warriors... Read More

Only two games on the slate which means this article will be on the shorter side. On night's like tonight, there are already plenty of sub-$3,000 options that are actually capable of exceeding their projected. They carry a fair share amount of risk but they also free up enough space to really roster whoever you... Read More

The playoffs are here and we are looking at one of the best times of the year for the NBA. We have a four-game slate where we have one team trying to close out a series, with the other three series still up for grabs. In this article, I will be providing you with my daily... Read More

We have a solid three game slate, and we are deeper into the series', so we're aware of how these teams plan on playing each other. That could cause specific players' ownership to rise, but we also generally know what players will be at least somewhat lower owned. In this article, I will be providing... Read More

This is it -- the final full week of the NBA season is upon us, which means this will be the final week of your fantasy season. How are you doing? Is it going well? Do you regret that you're still playing as rotations become harder to predict? Let's get into here with the final... Read More

Nerlens Noel: The Nerlen Wall

Two summers ago, it was a wild free agency ride for big men in the league. Players like Timofey Mozgov and Luol Deng made out like bandits on notorious contracts (good for them, by the way!). The summer following, teams had to compensate for the overpay, and big man money was harder to come by.... Read More

We've made it into the final week of fantasy hoops. On behalf of RotoBaller, it's been a pleasure as always sharing my insights to our audience. We wish everyone the best of luck in your leagues and may the odds forever be in your favor! As a reminder for most leagues, it's crucial to plan... Read More

RISER: Everyone who plays for the Charlotte Hornets. FALLER: Everyone who plays for the Memphis Grizzlies Alright, thanks for reading this week's column! Good luck with your playoff matches. See you next week. ... Oh, is that not enough? Well, this past week has made it feel like the Hornets can do anything -- Dwight Howard going... Read More

Hopefully you're in good shape as we are in the midst of fantasy basketball playoffs. We wish everyone the best of luck in your upcoming playoffs and may the odds forever be in your favor! As a reminder for most leagues, it's crucial to plan ahead. Waiver wire adds, scheduling, player injuries are all things... Read More

The fantasy playoffs are upon us, but more importantly is that a one seed lost in the NCAA Tournament, and it wasn't even close! UMBC beat the Virginia Cavaliers by 20. This is where I would insert a Cleveland Cavaliers joke if I wasn't sure that Twitter had already used up all the good ones. How... Read More

First in the Eastern Conference. Third best record in the league. Most threatening second unit. The list of Toronto accolades at this point in the season grows more and more daunting. They are an interesting team that has seen a massive change in playstyle. Their superstars, Kyle Lowry and Demar DeRozan are still incredible leaders,... Read More

It’s the final week in most fantasy hoops leagues, and as usual for this time of the year, we have a handful of injuries that we have to work through. For those of you in leagues around 10-12 teams, things shouldn’t be as difficult as it relates to availability in the waiver wire. However, when... Read More

As the regular fantasy season comes to an end in most leagues, things are getting tight for some as a result of various injuries and rotation adjustments thoughout the association. If you are in a deeper league, are faced with injury issues and about to make the playoffs, things are about to get rough. Luckily,... Read More

Well, that’s it. First, I started looking at young players who don’t have sufficient data to back up their future and now I’m looking at one of the worst teams in the league. Not the most hard-hitting news, but it is interesting. Today, we will be diving into the careers of two young players for... Read More

Anthony Davis left two consecutive games for different injury reasons this week. It looks like the only real damage right now is a sprained ankle, so the Brow won't miss much time. That's good, because the NBA world needs and deserves a healthy Davis, who has stormed his way to second place in the MVP... Read More

This is it! Everything we have worked for this whole season is coming to a culmination in Week 21. Some leagues have already started their playoffs, but in most leagues, Week 21 is the Regular season finale. For those of us in the hunt, it's the last chance to make the playoffs. For those lucky... Read More

Last week I was certain the basketball gods were trying to take out all of the NBA’s superstars, or there was a zombie apocalypse brewing, (I still believe the zombie apocalypse personally). Thankfully, there are not many long-term injuries to report this week. As busy as NBA injuries keep me during the season, and as... Read More

Okay, so I think we need to talk about something real quick that has nothing to do with this column. That thing is this: JAMES HARDEN MADE WES JOHNSON FALL DOWN AND THEN HE JUST STOOD THERE AND THEN MADE SURE HE WAS BEHIND THE LINE AND THEN HE HIT A THREE. It was a... Read More

This season long pile-up of injuries has had me thinking, “Are we about to enter a Walking Dead-style apocalypse where this injury bug inevitably spreads and turns us all into walkers looking for flesh?!” This late in the year, even after the All-Star Break, injuries are commonplace. What isn’t as common as years past, is... Read More

The long, long wait for basketball to return from the All-Star Break is finally over, but it's a little difficult to use a one or two game sample as a way of telling you which players to pick up this week. Instead, I'll be giving you part two of what I started last week. What... Read More

If you have an open Streaming spot or two on your roster and are pondering over who to pick up from the scarce quality on your Waiver Wire, this article may help you make the right decisions. We will look at daily games played, see which teams to target and which to avoid and then... Read More

Last week we took a look at a few of the early deadline deals.  Now we'll take a look at the last minute deals that took place in the lead up to the NBA trade deadline. This year's busy trade deadline saw a flurry of moves. We'll only be looking at the moves that are... Read More

Every year fantasy basketball players scour the year-by-year stats, analytics, personal relationships, all for the hopes of finding some sort of tidbit that will help pinpoint a possible sleeper. There's a commons saying in fantasy circles, you can't win your league in the draft, but you can lose it. One could go much further and... Read More

If you have an open Streaming spot or two on your roster and are pondering over who to pick up from the scarce quality on your Waiver Wire, this article may help you make the right decisions. We will look at daily games played, see which teams to target and which to avoid and then... Read More

This past summer, the good basketball fans of Indiana were stunned to hear their superstar player, Paul George, was departing for greener pastures in Oklahoma City. They were even more shocked to learn that they would be getting back Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis in return. This new team, on paper, looked to scrape the... Read More