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7/19:Willie Reed signed a one-year deal with the Clippers after averaging 14 minutes a game, but contributed five points and over four rebounds a night. He was a solid backup to Hassan Whiteside, and a tough rim-protector during the Heat's late season run. With enough minutes, he can be a double-double threat, but is still developing a wider offensive range. Luckily for him, he has a great opportunity to improve under Doc Rivers. His fantasy impact is minimal at the moment, but he has the chance to be a late-season pickup in standardread more...
7/19:Mario Chalmers has been out of the league for some time, recovering from a torn achilles he suffered back in the 2015-2016 season. Chalmers was a bright spot for the Grizzlies during his time there and Memphis clearly has no problem taking him back. He will knock down Andrew Harrison's minutes, unless Harrison the Grizzlies start using him in smaller lineups alongside Chalmers. Chalmers can score and will have the chance to run the floor more with a younger more versatile team, captaining the second unit. He is still a bit of a gamble due toread more...
7/19:Not only did the Minnesota Timberwolves add superstar Jimmy Butler, they added three-time 6th Man of the Year winner Jamal Crawford. Crawford adds automatic offense to the Wolves' bench and his signing is officially starting the campaign for his fourth 6th man award. He has already talked about his excitement to play, but as far as fantasy goes, Crawford has been the same type of player no matter where he goes. He thrives in isolation and scores from anywhere. He is better as DFS option, but can be a great sleeper if youread more...
6/7:Cleveland Cavaliers guard Iman Shumpert isn’t going to score a ton of points, but what he will get you is rebounds, assists, steals and blocks. The Cavs' shooting guard is just a ball of energy, and he does a fantastic job putting that energy to use nightly. Last outing, he was able to corral four rebounds, three steals and six points in 22 minutes of action. But with him getting more playing time next game, 10 points, six rebounds, two assists and three steals isn’t out of the realm of possibility for him.--Aaron Sread more...
6/7:Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving hasn’t been himself in this series. The Warriors just aren’t allowing him to get comfortable for even a second, and that’s forced Irving into taking tough, contested shots time and time again. The result of that has been a shooting percentage of just 40 percent from the field. That’s not going cut it for him, so look for that to change today. The Cavs are playing at home, and players tend to always play better in front of their home crowd. Because of that, Irving should have himself a nice bounce-back gameread more...
6/7:We all know that Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant can score with the best of them -- he’s averaging 35.5 points per game. But what we didn’t know was that he can do so many other things just as well, such as passing (averaging seven assists), rebounding (averaging 11 boards) and defending (averaging 2.5 blocks and 1.5 steals). Durant has really been doing it all so far, and since this is only his second Finals appearance, expect him to keep up this type production the rest of the way.--Aaron S - RotoBallerSource:read more...
6/7:The Golden State Warriors haven’t been able to contain Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James all series. He’s averaging 28.5 points per game (55.3 percent field goals), 13 rebounds, 11 assists, 1.5 blocks and 1.5 steals. The guy is just filling up the stat sheet in every way. Whether it’s getting points, rebounds, assists, blocks or steals, LeBron just seems to do it all. And don’t look for that to change on the big stage. James should keep up this play since his team is going to need it from him, so don’t expect his production to slowread more...
6/7:Golden State Warriors power forward Draymond Green always seems to have a game or two were he just takes over in the series. Expect him to have another one of those games tonight. The Warriors are playing on the road, and Green loves to get things going on opposing team's floors. With that said, he should have himself a huge game today, so he needs to be inserted into your starting lineups.--Aaron S - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
6/7:The Golden State Warriors haven’t been able to contain Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love through the first two games, and don’t expect that to change tonight in Game 3. Love is averaging 21 points, 14 rebounds, one steal and 1.5 blocks in the series. The Warriors just don’t seem to have an answer to stopping him, so continue to expect this type of production out of him through the rest of the Finals.--Aaron S - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
6/2:Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant was Golden State's biggest contributor on the offensive side of the ball Thursday night but proved to be an underrated defender as well. Durant was tasked with defending Cavaliers forward LeBron James and mostly kept him in check through tight defense, smart plays and taking a few charges. KD was a beast on the offensive side by splitting Cleveland's defense to get right to the hoop on multiple occasions and passing the ball off several times to guard Stephen Curry for wide open threes. Durant finished withread more...
6/2:Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James got off to a hot start in Game 1 of the NBA Finals by reaching a double-double in only the first half. However, it was not all perfect, as he also contributed seven turnovers during that half as well. Cleveland's turnovers became costly, as Golden State was able to capitalize on almost every opportunity. After James' stellar first half, he began to fall off in the third quarter, finishing with 28 points, 15 rebounds, and eight assists. James will likely come out swinging and should be in store for another big performanceread more...
6/2:Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson is still going through one of the biggest slumps of his career, and it is coming at the worst time. On multiple occasions in Game 1, he tried to get himself going, but his shot was slightly off. Fortunately for Golden State, his defense was superb and forward Kevin Durant and guard Stephen Curry were able to pick up the slack on the offensive end. Thompson had just six points on 3-for-16 shooting, including going 0-for-5 from three.--Moosey Moose - RotoBallerSource: read more...
6/2:Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving was a beast in Game 1 by getting the ball in the hoop at every angle. Even when being defended by top-tier ball stoppers in Warriors forwards Klay Thompson and Draymond Green, he was able to get by them with ease and use their bodies to consistently get the foul. Irving scored 24 points on 10-for-22 shooting to go along with his three rebounds and two lowly assists. He'll likely have another big scoring night in Game 2, but he must be able to distribute theread more...
5/28:Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson didn’t play too well in his previous outing, but look for that to change in the Finals. Thompson is the type of guy that steps up his play in big games, so expect that come Thursday. Cleveland just doesn’t have enough defensive firepower at their disposal for them shut down every Warrior. With that, you should continue to see Thompson put up huge numbers.--Aaron S - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
5/28:The Golden State Warriors give up a lot of offensive rebounds per game to opposing teams in the entire league. Opponents grab 10.9 offensive boards a game against them. Because of that, look for Cleveland Cavaliers center Tristan Thompson to put his stamp on this series with his rugged rebounding skills. Thompson is one of the best glass eaters in the league, so don’t be surprised if he averages double-digit rebounding totals throughout the whole Finals.--Aaron S - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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