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3 years agoRicky Rubio has a sprained elbow and Kris Dunn will get his second consecutive start for the Timberwolves. Zach Lavine will continue to produce as the primary scoring option in the Minnesota backcourt but Kris Dunn will log around 30 minutes and going against Emmanuel Mudiay makes him a great value play. Shabazz Muhammed will likely see an increase in minutes throughout the Rubio injury as well but is still a deep sleeper for most formats. Dunn is going to try and make his case for why he should start which means now is the perfect time to gamble on him.--Jake Finnen - RotoBallerSource: Jerry Zgoda
3 years agoWill Barton and Gary Harris will both be out versus the Timberwolves which means rookie Jamal Murray will start and with that comes a massive increase in minutes. This will be a great test to see how Murray will look as a future Nugget. With the increase in minutes, expect him to produce against a nice matchup against the Minnesota.--Jake Finnen - RotoBallerSource: Christopher Dempsey
3 years agoAs one of the only options that the Celtics have to guard Lebron James, Jae Crowder hurt his ankle against the Bulls. Brad Stevens will look to Jaylen Brown to help fill the void for the week Crowder will be out. Crowder isn’t the only missing piece which means Marcus Smart, Amir Johnson, Gerald Green, and Jonas Jerebko should see decent increases in minutes as well. Jaylen Brown will have his hands full against James and look for the Celtics to resort to other options before the game is over.--Jake Finnen - RotoBallerSource: Sean Grande
3 years agoDarren Collison returns in five days and Ty Lawson continues to do nothing with his opportunity. Garrett Temple is coming off a 24 minute, nine-point outing against the Hawks and he could see more minutes if he starts to outscore Lawson the next few games. Aaron Afflalo should see an increase in minutes while the Kings look for more guard production per Jason Jones of the Sacramento Bee.--Jake Finnen - RotoBallerSource: Jason Jones
3 years agoDoug McDermott will miss Wednesday night's contest after taking a blow to the head against the Brooklyn Nets Monday night. Facing the Boston Celtics tonight, Nikola Mirotic will likely see an increased role as a part of the team's second unit, and becomes an appealing tournament play for daily fantasy. Mirotic is coming off his best performance of the season, 16 points, 10 rebounds, three assist, three blocks versus the Nets, and is more than affordable for DraftKings, FanDuel, Yahoo!, and Fantasy Aces.--Demetri - RotoBallerSource: CBS Sports
3 years agoAfter taking a boxer-like beating in Tuesday night's showdown with the Indiana Pacers, Timofey Mozgov will miss the second leg of a Laker's back-to-back. The results of Mozgov's CT scan (eye) came back inconclusive, while the team is speculating an orbital fracture to be the diagnosis. The timetable for his return is unclear. In another surprising lineup decision by head coach Luke Walton, starting in Mozgov's place will be rookie Ivica Zubac. Considering he hasn't even seen a minute of playing time in an NBA uniform, Zubac is off the fantasy radar. We can expect more from Tarik Black off the bench, while the team is likely to go small at center with Julius Randle and even Thomas Robinson. Randle is the most viable option for Daily Fantasy, while Black has a chance to earn more playing time and more consideration in deeper seasonal leagues. The Lakers visit the Atlanta Hawks.--Demetri - RotoBallerSource:
3 years agoAfter posting the first double-double of his career last night, Joel Embiid will not be with the Sixers for their Wednesday night contest in Charlotte. Embiid has been able to produce nicely even with his playing time restricted. Another 76er with a minutes restriction, Jahlil Okafor,read more...
3 years agoAccording to, Al Horford has entered the league's concussion protocol and will miss the Celtics' next two games. Boston heads into a matchup against an undefeated Chicago Bulls that have an opponent rank of 24 versus centers in daily fantasy. Amir Johnson will start at power forward tonight, and is a more affordable option. Johnson's ownership will certainly increase now, but that doesn't warrant a fade. He is not much of a scorer but can do just enough with his rebounding abilities to reach or exceed projection. Tyler Zeller, starting for Horford at center, is also a punt tonight, and should see the floor for more than 20 minutes. Both Zeller and Johnson have daily fantasy appeal, but remain a risk despite the likely boost in their playing time.--Demetri - RotoBallerSource:
3 years agoAccording to, Roy Hibbert has been ruled out for Wednesday night's matchup against the Philadelphia 76ers. The Charlotte Hornets' offseason acquisition is set to miss his second contest after recording only four minutes in a game last Friday before injuring his knee. Cody Zeller will start at center in Hibbert's place, and can provide a ton of salary relief for daily fantasy lineups. Zeller recently signed a four-year, $56 million contract extension, and will now be auditioning for a permanent starting five role in the absence of Hibbert. Kaminsky, just a couple hundred cheaper than Zeller in DraftKings, should also see a boost in minutes. Both are solid tournament options, especially facing a Sixers squad that will take the court without Joel Embiid.--Demetri - RotoBallerSource:
3 years agoWow. It looks like both Gasol and Conley will sit on the first game of a double-header. Memphis will send out their B-squad while their starters rest.--JT Rosales - RotoBallerSource: Timberwolves PR
3 years agoThe Grizzlies will opt to start Baldwin over Conley in a first of a back-to-back. David Fizdale has said he'll be cautious with Gasol and Conley on back-to-backs, so while it doesn't come as a complete surprise, the news did break late. Wade Baldwin should be primed for a good one tonight.--JT Rosales - RotoBallerSource: Timberwolvesp PR
3 years agoUpdating a previous item, Tony Allen will be available vs. Minnesota. The capacity that he'll be available is unknown as he isn't listed as a starter, so Andrew Harrison and James Ennis could still eat up the minutes at SG.--JT Rosales - RotoBallerSource: Jerry Zgoda
3 years agoThere could be a matchup specific change coming to the New Orleans starting unit against the Milwaukee Bucks. Gentry wouldn't reveal much, but if a change does occur, Anthony Davis would likely start at C, removing Omer Asik from any fantasy relevancy. Terrence Jones is next on the depth chart to receive minutes. We'll know closer to tip-off.--JT Rosales - RotoBallerSource: Bourbon Street Shots
3 years agoUpdating a previous item, it looks like the Sixers are going to limit Embiid at 24 minutes. It's really looking like Richaun Holmes and Dario Saric will get all they can handle against Ibaka, Biyombo and Vucevic. Holmes remains a great punt option in DFS. --JT Rosales - RotoBallerSource: Jessica Camerato
3 years agoThere was a chance he could play on Sunday as he remains day-to-day, but the Griz are taking a cautious approach with their veteran SG. Andrew Harrison is getting plenty of minutes in his absence, but is doing very little with them (0.3 3PTM, 5.7 PTS, 1.3 REB, 3.0 AST in 31.0 MPG). Vince Carter caught fire last time out, but James Ennis got the start at SG and is the biggest beneficiary with Chandler Parsons and Tony Allen missing time. If Allen suits up, any value Harrison have will disappear.--JT Rosales - RotoBallerSource: Kyle Ratke