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1/21:Rudy Gobert was absolutely unstoppable Friday, as he recorded career highs in points and rebounds in 41 minutes to lead the Jazz to a 112-107 overtime victory in Dallas. Gobert finished with a ridiculous 27 points on 8-for-11 shooting and 25 rebounds. He continued a streak of 29 straight games with 10-plus rebounds. Over the last three games, Gobert is averaging 21 points on 72% shooting, 20 rebounds and almost three blocks in 38 minutes a game. The Dallas frontcourt was no match for Gobert Friday, as he had his way on the boards and in the paintread more...
1/21:D’Angelo Russell left the game after spraining his right MCL and straining his right calf Friday, as the Lakers went on to lose at home to Indiana 108-96. He played one minute and did not return, failing to record a statistic. Russell is set to have an MRI Saturday, and it seems possible he could miss at least one game. Nick Young also had an injury scare involving his knee Friday but was able to re-enter the game. If Russell misses any time, Jordan Clarkson, Lou Williams and Nick Young would all benefit from increasedread more...
1/20:Los Angeles Lakers rookie center Ivica Zubac recorded 11 points, 13 rebounds, and three blocks in 26 minutes during Tuesday's loss to the Denver Nuggets. Zubac is highly unlikely to replicate this sort of production on a regular basis, especially with Timofey Mozgov in the fold. However, in keeper leagues, Zubac should be on your radar. It's no secret that the Lakers have struggled at center for several years. From the Dwight Howard disaster to the Roy Hibbert experiment, there has been little to celebrate in the "City of Angels." Zubac has the potential toread more...
1/20:Montrezl Harrell had a very successful outing on Wednesday against the Milwaukee Bucks, accumulating 12 points, eight rebounds, five blocks and four assists in 27 minutes on the floor. Now is the perfect time to sell high on Harrell, who will likely regress as Clint Capela improves his conditioning. Capela has played an average of only 10 minutes in his first two games back after suffering a fractured left fibula, but he should get up to speed relatively quickly. Tonight, two high-octane offenses collide as the Houston Rockets challenge the Golden State Warriors. Former Oklahoma City teammates,read more...
1/20:Trevor Booker and Sean Kilpatrick will sit out for rest when the Brooklyn Nets take on the New Orleans Pelicans this evening. Brooklyn opted to rest the players since the team is playing on consecutive nights. Justin Hamilton will get the start in Booker's absence. In tonight's matchup, look for the Pelicans to exploit Brooklyn down low. Although Pelicans superstar Anthony Davis suffered a minor hand injury on Wednesday against Orlando, Davis should have a tremendously productive night against the Nets. With Booker sitting this one out, look for Davis to snag more rebounds than usual.--read more...
1/20:Ty Lawson missed the Kings' most recent bout with the Pacers, where Rudy Gay went down with a season-ending injury. Without Gay, the Kings are desperate for offense that comes from someone not named DeMarcus Cousins. Darren Collison did not steal the role away from Lawson like most fans expected and has been more of a disappointment this year. Unfortunately, Collison is much better than he plays, but Lawson could be in line for a triumphant return as a go-to player in Sacramento. While that his highly unlikely, Lawson will return to a completely differentread more...
1/20:Nene Hilario has already been ruled out of tonight's game against the Warriors, and Ryan Anderson will attempt to play after dealing with the flu. Anderson went through shootaround this morning and will likely play, but rostering him brings a decent amount of uncertainty with it. While this update is focused on DFS, Anderson is a risky play simply due to his illness. It is likely Eric Gordon and Corey Brewer see increased usage tonight if Anderson needs a smaller workload.--Jake Finnen - RotoBallerSource: Jonathan Fiegen
1/20:This is huge news for DFS players, while those in standard leagues are used to the occasional missed games by players, but with C.J. Watson getting the start, he is one of the top value plays of the night. He will be thrust into a high-usage role in the Magic offense, and his ability to score will be needed against Milwaukee. He is not fighting for minutes, so look for him to get hot early and stay hot to keep the Magic close. Both Jodie Meeks and Evan Fournier should be back from their injuries soon,read more...
1/20:Both Lucas Nogueira and Patrick Patterson are missing Friday's contest against the Hornets, forcing DeMarre Carroll into the starting role. Rookie Jakob Poeltl will likely see an increase in minutes but is still DFS-irrelevant, even with a promising matchup. While Nogueira and Patterson carry little fantasy value in standard leagues, Nogueira is showing potential and should be monitored in case he starts to show more consistency in his scoring and rebounding. Carroll and Jonas Valanciunas are in store for big games tonight against Charlotte and should be solid options for DFS tournaments.--read more...
1/20:On Thursday night, Giannis Antetokounmpo was officially named a starter for the 2017 NBA All-Star game. The 6-foot-11 Greek Freak is a god among men. In Wednesday's game against the Houston Rockets, the Milwaukee Bucks superstar amassed 32 points, 11 rebounds, six assists, three blocks, and one steal. Over the last 30 days, the Greek Freak is hitting at 57.2 percent from the field. If there is one player that you absolutely must build your lineup around, it's Antetokounmpo. His gaudy stat lines are sound investments because they are compiled with amazing efficiency. The recent emergence of pointread more...
1/20:Tyreke Evans of the New Orleans Pelicans has put together a solid five-game stretch, averaging 17 points, 4.4 assists, 3.2 rebounds, and two steals in 22.8 minutes per game. Evans' return to form and recent consistency make him a worthwhile addition to your roster. He's currently owned in 51.9 percent of ESPN leagues. With Rudy Gay (ruptured Achilles) lost for the season, Tyreke Evans is a suitable replacement if available. Evans' positional versatility may provide even greater upside as he can slot in as a guard or forward. Tonight, the Pelicans (17-26) square off against theread more...
1/20:Pau Gasol fractured the fourth metacarpal in his left hand during pregame warmups on Thursday, causing him to sit out as San Antonio beat Denver 118-104. David Lee started in Gasol’s place and put up a great line in 33 minutes, scoring 10 points on 5-for-7 from the field to go with 16 rebounds, two assists, one steal, one block and no turnovers. The injury leaves Gasol listed as out indefinitely, but his fantasy owners in need of a more specific timetable can look to Jonas Valanciunas, who missed 17 games last year with the sameread more...
1/19:Seth Curry got another start at shooting guard and supplied 18 points against the Bulls. With Curry starting, this makes him a great pickup, but he only really offers points now that he has assumed a more catch-and-shoot role in the Dallas offense. His upside is limited due to the fact he is only going to contribute points, but he will still be a value play in most DFS tournaments. The Mavericks' rotation is limited and against the Heat, Curry should not have a problem finding his shot early in the game, but he still is a veryread more...
1/19:The Denver Nuggets offense has been firing on all cylinders and without two of their top offensive contributors, expect the rest of the Nuggets starters to assume the majority of the workload tonight against the Spurs. Nikola Jokic, Kenneth Faried, Emmanuel Mudiay and Jameer Nelson will be the biggest benefactors from the few Nuggets that are out tonight. The Spurs are one of the top teams in the league, and Denver is going to have trouble with a smaller rotation against a very tough opponent. While Jokic and Faried should have good games, it isread more...
1/19:After missing the past four games, Kristaps Porzingis will be available to play tonight against the Wizards. The Knicks have been sliding since Porzingis went down, but after a win over Boston, Porzingis is going to look to help the Knicks get back on track and slow down the red-hot Wizards. Mindaugas Kuzminskas and Justin Holiday will likely see the biggest impact from the return of Porzingis and with Joakim Noah out as well, Kyle O'Quinn will likely play the five and see his normal minutes instead of falling back to the bench. While Porzingisread more...