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 NBA Playoff Rundown - 5/22
Posted by Jeff Collins on Monday, May 22, 2017 - 18:00

Injuries: Isaiah Thomas out, Leonard doubtful, Zaza Pachulia and Amir Johnson questionable

In the playoffs, you can play anyone that’s a solid part of the rotation, but this article will cover my favorite plays. Don’t feel like you can’t use someone that isn’t mentioned here. I think by now you’ve all got a good feel of the guys that are getting the usage and the minutes, so I’m going to talk less about that and go back to more of the style of article I wrote during the regular season.


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 NBA Playoff Rundown - 5/20
Posted by Bryce Mauro on Saturday, May 20, 2017 - 12:30

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 NBA Playoff Rundown - 5/19
Posted by Jeff Collins on Friday, May 19, 2017 - 17:48

In the playoffs, you can play anyone that’s a solid part of the rotation, but this article will cover my favorite plays. Don’t feel like you can’t use someone that isn’t mentioned here. I think by now you’ve all got a good feel of the guys that are getting the usage and the minutes, so I’m going to talk less about that and go back to more of the style of article I wrote during the regular season.


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 NBA Playoff Rundown - 5/17
Posted by Jeff Collins on Wednesday, May 17, 2017 - 16:38

Injuries: Leonard, Zaza, Iggy all questionable

In the playoffs, you can play anyone that’s a solid part of the rotation, but this article will cover my favorite plays. Don’t feel like you can’t use someone that isn’t mentioned here. I think by now you’ve all got a good feel of the guys that are getting the usage and the minutes, so I’m going to talk less about that and go back to more of the style of article I wrote during the regular season.


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 NBA Playoff Rundown - 5/16
Posted by Jeff Collins on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 - 17:32

Injuries: Leonard is out, Iggy is questionable

In the playoffs, you can play anyone that’s a solid part of the rotation, but this article will cover my favorite plays. Don’t feel like you can’t use someone that isn’t mentioned here. I think by now you’ve all got a good feel of the guys that are getting the usage and the minutes, so I’m going to talk less about that and go back to more of the style of article I wrote during the regular season.

 

Cleveland @ Boston


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 NBA Playoff Rundown - 5/15
Posted by Jeff Collins on Monday, May 15, 2017 - 17:30

Injuries: Leonard is out

In the playoffs, you can play anyone that’s a solid part of the rotation, but this article will cover my favorite plays. Don’t feel like you can’t use someone that isn’t mentioned here. I think by now you’ve all got a good feel of the guys that are getting the usage and the minutes, so I’m going to talk less about that and go back to more of the style of article I wrote during the regular season.

It’s getting pretty boring at this point… this is replaying the same slate as the last one. However, I’ll share my thoughts about what has changed (if anything).


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 NBA Playoff Rundown - 5/14
Posted by Bryce Mauro on Sunday, May 14, 2017 - 13:29

Spurs @ Warriors (0-0) Line: Warriors -10, o/u 210.5 Wizards @ Celtics (3-3, Game 7) Line: Celtics -4.5, o/u 209.5


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 WNBA Plays and Cheat Sheet - 5/14
Posted by Thad Houston on Sunday, May 14, 2017 - 10:42

Well ladies and gents, the very first WNBA DFS slate has come and gone and let me be the first to say, "Thank goodness!"  I'm sure someone out there took home "all the monies" but I can assure you that it wasn't me.  If anyone took even a shred of advice from yesterday's write up they probably didn't either.  I'm not sure if "Post WNBA DFS Stress Disorder" is a "thing" but it should be.  Numerous hours of research went up in flames as multiple players got scratched right before lineup lock and a number of players I was high on didn't even make it on the court.  A lack of starting lineups and depth charts didn't make things any easier.  You know things aren't going well when people are calling for late swap and the first game on the slate hasn't even reached halftime.  Oh, and by "people" I'm referring to myself.  At any rate, while the WNBA DFS learning curve will be steep, I believe that it will be worth it over the long haul.  If anyone thinks NBA, MLB, NFL or any other DFS sport went off without a hitch, you either haven't been playing DFS for very long or you have what my wife likes to call "selective memory."  On the flip side, we can all agree that the WNBA buzz is at an all time high and that's definitely a good thing.  As long as we continue to show interest, "the sky's the limit."


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 FREE: WNBA IS HERE!
Posted by Thad Houston on Saturday, May 13, 2017 - 16:59

Kelsey Plum (San Antonio Stars): Let's just start things off with someone who's expected to take the title of 2017 WNBA Rookie of the Year. Plum was selected with the first overall pick in the 2017 WNBA Draft by the San Antonio Stars and currently holds the NCAA Division I women's basketball all-time scoring record (3,397 points) and NCAA record for points in a single season (1,080). She's got the skills to pay the bills, no doubt. She joins a San Antonio team that has a combined record of 15- 53 over the last two seasons so she'll certainly get an opportunity to put those skills on display. I'm sure that she'll become a cash game staple for many years to come, however, there are a few cheaper guards (with a bit more experience) that help me roster some expensive forward options that I have my eye on. To top it off, the Stars’ backcourt is a little crowded. She's the most expensive guard on the slate at $6.6K so I'm putting her on my GPP wish list.


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 NBA Playoff Rundown - 5/12
Posted by Jeff Collins on Friday, May 12, 2017 - 15:48

Injuries: Leonard is probable

In the playoffs, you can play anyone that’s a solid part of the rotation, but this article will cover my favorite plays. Don’t feel like you can’t use someone that isn’t mentioned here. I think by now you’ve all got a good feel of the guys that are getting the usage and the minutes, so I’m going to talk less about that and go back to more of the style of article I wrote during the regular season.

It’s getting pretty boring at this point… this is replaying the same slate as the last one. However, I’ll share my thoughts about what has changed (if anything).


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