Fantasy Basketball: PG Trey Burke Coming Into His Own
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When the news came out that Utah Jazz PG Trey Burke was going to miss a chunk of the beginning of the fantasy basketball season with a a broken finger, his fantasy value plummeted in drafts. Burke fell well past […]

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DeMar DeRozan

  They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, right? Okay, good because while many see the end of the NBA season and love the final fight for the playoffs, I see the end of daily fantasy basketball […]

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Anthony Davis

  It’s the end of March, which means two things. You either are sweating out the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament or you are sweating out the playoff push for your fantasy hoops season. Either way, you are sweating. […]

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Andre Drummond

  Five game slates are awesome. They are even more awesome if you know the status of the star player schedule to play in those five games. The Portland Trail Blazers are the only team in basketball to suit up five […]

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Blake Griffin

  Last night was really, really annoying. Late scratches, questionable minutes and lots and lots of foul trouble kept me facepalming all night long. However, the great thing about daily fantasy basketball is the fact that redemption can come a […]

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DeMarcus Cousins

  It’s been a while. My sincerest apologies for not providing daily hoops plays for a little bit, but free agency frenzy in the NFL has certainly drawn some interest. But, with a massive 11-game slate on tap for tonight, […]

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  Well, the 76ers and Lakers play a combined six times during Week 20. Boo. Last week, we talked about how funny it is that we, as fantasy owners, crave the likes of these two god awful clubs. Opposing players […]

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When the fantasy basketball season tipped off, San Antonio Spurs PG Tony Parker was a top-10 option in every format. He is a six-time All-Star and has averaged 17.8 points per game throughout his career, so naturally he was a […]

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Jimmer Fredette entered the NBA with big expectations, after an excellent college career at BYU and being a lottery pick (10th overall) in 2011. But he has not become a star, or even earned a prominent role over his first […]

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  Kent Bazemore played just over six minutes per game in his first 44 games this season, as a deep Golden State Warriors back court kept him from having a significant role. So a trade to the Los Angeles Lakers last […]

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