Juan Blanco goes position by position to key in on which players are trending up, or down, midway through Week 5.
Kyrie Irving is averaging 28 points per game over his last six contests and goes up against a porous Bulls defense Wednesday night.
Nick joins Liss & Jeff to discuss how DeMarcus Cousins will impact the Warriors when he returns.
Jrue Holiday has topped 40 fantasy points in 10 of his last 13 games.
Facing the struggling Bulls, Kyrie Irving makes for a nice pivot away from the highest-priced guards on Wednesday's slate.
Nick Whalen breaks down the fantasy effects of the Jimmy Butler trade, as well as what to expect in the wake of Caris LeVert's injury.
Liss & Jeff talk with ESPN's Andre Snellings about ballers to watch on the L.A. Clippers.
Mike Barner picks the Tuesday Yahoo NBA slate as Nikola Jokic and James Harden square off in Denver.
James Harden is easily the top overall player on Tuesday's DraftKings slate.
With Stephen Curry (groin) still sidelined, Durant makes for a high-upside play against the Hawks.
Klay Thompson gets a boost in value again Monday with Steph Curry out of action.
With Jimmy Butler now out of the picture, Karl-Anthony Towns returns to being the Timberwolves' number one option.
Is Giannis Antetokounmpo worth sitting as the Bucks head into a two-game week?
With Jimmy Butler out of the picture and the Nets allowing the most fantasy points to centers, Karl-Anthony Towns is in position for success.
Kevin Durant and the Warriors have a whopping five games this week, whereas Andre Drummond and the Pistons have just one.
Jan Blanco picks the Sunday FanDuel NBA slate as Lonzo Ball looks to capitalize on the Hawks.
Enes Kanter has remained a viable fantasy option since moving to the bench.
Mike Barner is staying away from LeBron James on Sunday in a matchup that could turn into a blowout.
Zach LaVine could be set for another big offensive night against the Cavaliers' defense.
Jeff Edgerton is rolling with Devin Booker against a fantasy-friendly Pelicans team.
With Steph Curry out of the lineup Saturday, Quinn Cook makes for an appealing, low-cost replacement.
With a diverse Week 5 schedule on tap -- including a five-game week for the Warriors -- it'll be a busy week on the waiver wire.
Andre Drummond and Blake Griffin may be the odd men out in Week 5 lineups with only one game on the Pistons' schedule.
Andre Drummond has been a dominating force this season and Jeff Edgerton doesn't see that stopping tonight against Atlanta.
Although his playing time is down slightly, Minnesota’s Taj Gibson has logged at least 32 minutes in back-to-back contests and scored at least 36.3 Yahoo points in each.
Among his other selections, Sasha Yodashkin tips Reggie Jackson to take advantage of Trae Young's defensive liabilities.
Tobias Harris is averaging career-highs in scoring and rebounding through nine games.
With Avery Bradley out of the lineup, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander ($11) makes for a low-cost value play at guard.
Kyrie Irving has stepped up his play recently and will be facing the Suns, who rank 26th in defensive efficiency.
Juan Blanco takes a look around the league at players trending in the right, and wrong, directions midway through Week 4.