Today I’m going to cover the Point Guard position for Friday April 7th. We have a nice 9 game slate on tap. I will cover the Studs, Mid tier and Value plays. I’ll tell you the good and the bad based on what I like/ don’t like. Just like every other game late in the NBA season you want to look for extra reasons to play a player such as fighting for a playoff spot, injuries or tanking. Add trying to set the season record for most triple doubles to…
While MLB season is officially in full-swing (lol I hope Sean appreciates my attempted Dad joke), we have an extremely exciting NBA slate tonight with a ton of playoff implications on the line, especially in the Eastern Conference. The Heat, Bulls, and Pacers are in a three-way tie for the final two playoff spots with the Bulls taking on the 76ers tonight, and the Pacers taking on the Bucks. Obviously one matchup is nicer than the other, but I don’t see any blowouts happening tonight.
I took a week off from writing because I had a rather busy week away from DFS, but I’m back this week which will likely be my final week with NBA articles, since MLB starts a week from today. If you haven’t already inquired about a lineup package subscribtion with us, I strongly recommend doing so, as our team has already began preparation for this season and we look to build on last year’s success.
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Well how about this weekend?! My Xavier Musketeers shocked just about everyone outside of our campus by absolutely decimating Florida State (overrated, if you ask me) by 25 en route to another Sweet 16 bid. That’s where my attention was this weekend, hence my absence from NBA DFS, but we return tonight with a very exciting 7-game slate that features Russ versus Golden State and James Harden facing Denver after erupting for a 40-point triple double against them last game.
March Madness is underway and our brief 3-day losing streak is behind us! Before I get into tonight’s starting five, I will recap the lineup that we sent out to our subscribers last night.
Last night was down right ugly. I wasn’t able to play the main slate because of my work schedule, but I was able to make a lineup for the late slate…bad idea. My lineup failed to hit 220 as every single value play completed blew up in my face, led by Mo Harkless. With that out of the way, we turn the page towards a 10-game slate tonight with a number of nice matchups (James Harden looks beautiful but the 16.5 point spread is daunting) and some injuries that have…