Ranking Tonight’s NBA Top Fantasy Picks from 1 to 9 under $50,000 Salary Cap

1 – LeBron James (F) – Los Angeles Lakers / $8,600

2 – Anthony Davis (F) – Los Angeles Lakers / $8,100

3 – Jimmy Butler (G) – Miami Heat / $6,600

4 – Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (G) – Los Angeles Lakers / $4,000

5 – Jae Crowder (F) – Miami Heat / $4,800

6 – Tyler Herro (G) – Miami Heat / $5,600

7 – Dwight Howard (C) – Los Angeles Lakers / $4,000

8 – Duncan Robinson (G) – Miami Heat / $4,300

9 – Andre Iguodala (G) – Miami Heat / $3,300

Salary Cap reamining ($50,000): $700

Happy drafting!

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Ranking Tonight’s NBA Top Fantasy Picks from 1 to 9 under $50,000 Salary Cap

1 – Jayson Tatum (F) – Boston Celtics / $7,900

2 – Bam Adebayo (F) – Miami Heat / $6,900

3 – Jimmy Butler (G) – Miami Heat / $6,600

4 – Goran Dragic (G) – Miami Heat / $6,300

5 – Tyler Herro (G) – Miami Heat / $5,600

6 – Jae Crowder (F) – Miami Heat / $4,800

7 – Gordon Hayward (F) – Boston Celtics / $4,900

8 – Duncan Robinson (G) – Miami Heat / $4,300

9 – Grant Williams (F) – Boston Celtics / $2,700

Salary Cap remaining ($50,000): $0

Happy drafting!

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Ranking Tonight’s NBA Top Fantasy Picks from 1 to 9 under $50,000 Salary Cap

1 – LeBron James (F) – Los Angeles Lakers / $8,400

2 – Anthony Davis (F) – Los Angeles Lakers / $8,200

3 – Jamal Murray (G) – Denver Nuggets / $7,500

4 – Dwight Howard (C) – Los Angeles Lakers / $3,900

5 – Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (G) – Los Angeles Lakers / $4,000

6 – Rajon Rondo (G) – Los Angeles Lakers / $5,100

7 – Paul Millsap (F) – Denver Nuggets / $4,000

8 – Gary Harris (G) – Denver Nuggets / $3,800

9 – Michael Porter Jr (F) – Denver Nuggets / $4,800

Salary Cap remining ($50,000): $300

Happy drafting!

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Ranking Tonight’s NBA Top Fantasy Picks from 1 to 9 under $50,000 Salary Cap

1 – Jayson Tatum (F) – Boston Celtics / $7,800

2 – Jaylen Brown (G) – Boston Celtics / $6,500

3 – Bam Adebayo (F) – Miami Heat / $7,000

4 – Tyler Herro (G) – Miami Heat / $5,700

5 – Goran Dragic (G) – Miami Heat / $6,300

6 – Daniel Theis (C) – Boston Celtics / $4,600

7 – Duncan Robinson (G) – Miami Heat / $4,200

8 – Jae Crowder (F) – Miami Heat / $4,800

9 – Kendrick Nunn (G) – Miami Heat / $2,800

Salary Cap remaining ($50,000): $300

Happy drafting!

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Ranking Top NBA Picks from 1 to 6

1 – Anthony Davis (F) – Los Angeles Lakers

2 – Lebron James (F) – Los Angeles Lakers

3 – Nikola Jokic (C) – Denver Nuggets

4 – Jamal Murray (G) – Denver Nuggets

5 – Alex Caruso (G) – Los Angeles Lakers

6 – Danny Green (G) – Los Angeles Lakers

Happy drafting!

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Top NBA Fantasy Picks from 1 to 6

1 – Jayson Tatum (F) – Boston Celtics

2 – Jaylen Brown (G) – Boston Celtics

3 – Daniel Theis (C) – Boston Celtics

4 – Duncan Robinson (G) – Miami Heat

5 – Jae Crowder (F) – Miami Heat

6 – Tyler Herro (G) – Miami Heat

Happy drafting!

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  1. Giannis Antetokounmpo – Milwaukee Bucks
  2. James Harden – Houston Rockets
  3. LeBron James – Los Angeles Lakers
  4. Anthony Davis – Los Angeles Lakers
  5. Goran Dragic – Miami Heat
  6. Jimmy Butler – Miami Heat
  7. Khris Middleton – Milwaukee Bucks
  8. Eric Gordon – Houston Rockets
  9. Bam Adebayo – Miami Heat
  10. Russell Westbrook – Houston Rockets
  11. Tyler Herro – Miami Heat
  12. Brook Lopez – Milwaukee Bucks
  13. Jeff Green – Houston Rockets
  14. Robert Covington – Houston Rockets
  15. Danuel House Jr – Houston Rockets
  16. Jae Crowder – Miami Heat
  17. Eric Bledsoe – Milwaukee Bucks
  18. P.J. Tucker – Houston Rockets
  19. Dwight Howard – Los Angeles Lakers
  20. George Hill – Milwaukee Bucks
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  1. Giannis Antetokounmpo – Milwaukee Bucks
  2. James Harden – Houston Rockets
  3. Jimmy Butler – Miami Heat
  4. Goran Dragic – Miami Heat
  5. Bam Adebayo – Miami Heat
  6. Khris Middleton – Milwaukee Bucks
  7. Steven Adams – Oklahoma City Thunder
  8. Chris Paul – Oklahoma City Thunder
  9. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander – Oklahoma City Thunder
  10. P.J. Tucker – Houston Rockets
  11. Danuel House Jr – Houston Rockets
  12. Darius Bazley – Oklahoma City Thunder
  13. Pat Connaughton – Milwaukee Bucks
  14. Kelly Olynyk – Miami Heat
  15. Brook Lopez – Milwaukee Bucks
  16. Robert Covington – Houston Rockets
  17. Danilo Gallinari – Oklahoma City Thunder
  18. Tyler Herro – Miami Heat
  19. Derrick Jones Jr – Miami Heat
  20. Jeff Green – Houston Rockets

Happy Drafting!!!

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  1. Giannis Antetokounmpo – Milwaukee Bucks
  2. James Harden – Houston Rockets
  3. Russell Westbrook – Houston Rockets
  4. Jimmy Butler – Miami Heat
  5. Chris Paul – Oklahoma City Thunder
  6. Bam Adebayo – Miami Heat
  7. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander – Oklahoma City Thunder
  8. Khris Middleton – Milwaukee Bucks
  9. Goran Dragic – Miami Heat
  10. Dennis Schroder – Oklahoma City Thunder
  11. Eric Gordon – Houston Rockets
  12. Brook Lopez – Milwaukee Bucks
  13. Robert Covington – Houston Rockets
  14. Danillo Gallinari – Oklahoma City Thunder
  15. Steven Adams – Oklahoma City Thunder
  16. Tyler Herro – Miami Heat
  17. Jeff Green – Houston Rockets
  18. Danuel House Jr – Houston Rockets
  19. Jae Crowder – Miami Heat
  20. Duncan Robinson – Miami Heat

Happy Drafting!!!

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NBA could resume tomorrow after players voted to resume playoffs this weekend. NHL is likely to continue playoffs tomorrow also.

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  1. James Harden – Houston Rockets
  2. Giannis Antetokounmpo – Milwaukee Bucks
  3. LeBron James – Los Angeles Lakers
  4. Anthony Davis – Los Angeles Lakers
  5. Russell Westbrook – Houston Rockets
  6. Nikola Vucevic – Orlando Magic
  7. Jusuf Nurkic – Portland Trail Blazers
  8. CJ McCollum – Portland Trail Blazers
  9. Chris Paul – Oklahoma City Thunder
  10. Khris Middleton – Milwaukee Bucks
  11. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander – Oklahoma City Thunder
  12. Dennis Schroder – Oklahoma City Thunder
  13. Danillo Gallinari – Oklahoma City Thunder
  14. Eric Gordon – Houston Rockets
  15. Carmelo Anthony – Portland Trail Blazer
  16. Eric Bledsoe – Milwaukee Bucks
  17. Robert Covington – Houston Rockets
  18. Jeff Green – Houston Rockets
  19. Danuel House Jr – Houston Rockets
  20. Steven Adams – Oklahoma City Thunder

Happy Drafting!!!

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NBA EZ Pick Preview 04/02/19

Take a look at the matchups set for this Tuesday’s EZ Pick.

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Russell Westbrook (vs LAL) or Stephen Curry (vs DEN)

Russell Westbrook triple-doubled during Sunday’s narrow loss to the Mavs, tallying 25 points, 11 boards, 11 dimes, three triples, two steals and three turnovers in 38 minutes. As an added bonus, Westbrook finished 4-of-4 from the line, something that hasn’t happened all that often this season (he’s shooting a career-low 65.4% from the stripe). Unfortunately, he also picked up his 17th technical foul of the season in this one after swinging his arm to get Devin Harris off him on a drive to the hoop, and if that isn’t rescinded, he’ll be just one more tech away from invoking another mandatory one-game suspension.

Stephen Curry hit 8-of-14 shots and five 3-pointers for 25 points, five rebounds, six assists, two steals and a block in 27 minutes of Sunday’s ridiculous 137-90 win over the Hornets. Klay Thompson also played 27 minutes and hit 9-of-16 shots and six 3-pointers for 24 points, while Kevin Durant hit 5-of-5 shots for 11 points, two rebounds, nine assists and a 3-pointer in his 27 minutes. Unfortunately for KD, Curry and Klay were on fire and took care of all the heavy lifting against Charlotte. The Warriors are a game up on the Nuggets now with the No. 1 seed in the West, and while all of these guys may get a day off between now and the end of the season, it’s a great sign that the Warriors are still playing at full speed this late in the season. They clinched the Pacific Division title tonight, handed the Hornets their worst loss of the season, and Curry has now made five or more 3-pointers in a career-high eight straight games. They could possibly put Denver away with a win over the Nuggets at Oracle on Tuesday.

LaMarcus Aldridge (vs ATL) or Nikola Jokic (vs GSW)

LaMarcus Aldridge notched 27 points with 18 rebounds, three assists, two steals and one block in 36 minutes of a 113-106 loss to the Kings on Sunday. This was his 22nd game of the season with a 20-10 line, the most by a Spur since Tim Duncan in 2008-09. LMA also racked up a career-high 10 offensive rebounds, the most by a Spur since Duncan in 2011 (h/t to stat guru Jordan Howenstine). The Spurs play four times next week which includes games against the Hawks and Cavs, so be on the lookout for a possible rest day.

Nikola Jokic was ejected from Sunday’s game vs. the Wizards for two technical fouls. He should have walked away after his first tech but had plenty to say to the officials. Joker suffered a bloody nose earlier in the game when Bobby Portis extended his arm on a dunk attempt and may have still been fired up about that. The good news for fantasy owners is that The Joker had a phenomenal night in the box score with 23 points, 14 rebounds, four assists, two steals and one block.

Trae Young (vs SAS) or De’Aaron Fox (vs HOU)

Trae Young hit the game-winning shot against the Bucks on Sunday, adding a double-double of 12 points (5-of-19 FGs) with 16 assists, five rebounds, two steals, two 3-pointers and just one turnover in 35 minutes. This was Young’s second game-winner in just over a week. He struggled with his shot for most of the game, but hit two big shots in the lane to give the Hawks a hard fought win at home. Young passed Chris Paul for 12th in assists in a rookie season and now owns all five of the top-5 assists performances from a rookie this season. Young might just snatch that Rookie of the Year Award right out of Luka Doncic’s hands at this rate.

De’Aaron Fox is scoring 17.5 points per game and averaging 3.8 rebounds for the Kings.

Klay Thompson (vs DEN) or Chris Paul (vs SAC)

Klay Thompson contributed 24 points (9-16 FG, 6-9 3Pt) and one rebound in 27 minutes Sunday in the Warriors’ 137-90 win over the Hornets. If not for the Warriors turning the game into a runaway victory after three quarters, Thompson likely would have seen enough minutes to make a run at his third 30-point game of March. Thompson settled for cracking 20 points for third time in four contests, during which he has shot 50.8 percent from the field while knocking down 16 treys.

Chris Paul scored 22 points with two rebounds, five assists, two steals and three 3-pointers in 30 minutes against the Kings on Saturday. It’s the first time he’s hit the 20-point mark since Mar. 17, but CP3’s dimes continue to trend down with just 7.8 per game this month. He’s going to turn 34 in May, so his fantasy stock for next season may drop him to out of the top 30 in ADP for the first time in years.

Steven Adams (vs LAL) or DeMarcus Cousins (vs DEN)

Steven Adams hit 10-of-17 shots on his way to 20 points, 15 rebounds, two assists and two blocks over 39 minutes in a three-point loss to the Mavericks on Sunday. Adams dominated the Dallas bigs, and he was quite a force on the offensive glass (nine O-boards), creating numerous second-chance opportunities for the Thunder. He was arguably OKC’s best player in that game, and as an added bonus for 9-cat owners, he didn’t commit a single turnover while he was out there.

DeMarcus Cousins was ejected with a flagrant 2 foul on Sunday vs. Charlotte. He got tangled up with Willy Hernangomez and extended his elbow. It’s not worthy of a suspension, so expect Boogie to be back in the lineup on Tuesday vs. the Nuggets as both teams battle for the No. 1 seed. He finished with eight points, three rebounds, two assists, one steal and three blocks in 11 minutes.

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