Alex Barutha breaks down what could be the final NBA DFS slate of the 2017-18 season.
Despite the series shifting to Cleveland, Ben Miller suggests fading top-priced LeBron James to go with a Warriors stack.
Joel Bartilotta suggests a Warriors stack for Sunday's one-game DFS slate.
The Finals won't stop FanDuel from offering contests, so Ben Miller gives his picks for Thursday's one-game slate.
James Harden will have to erupt offensively if the Rockets hope to advance to the NBA Finals.
With the Cavaliers on the brink of elimination, LeBron James will be a must-play for DFS owners Sunday.
Alex Barutha breaks down the top plays of the night for Fanduel's single-game, Eastern Conference Finals contest.
With a lack of consistency elsewhere at the position in FanDuel's Thursday-Friday multi-day slate, Al Horford is Ben Miller's top option at center.
James Harden is $2,000 cheaper than LeBron James, so Ben Miller thinks he's the smarter DFS play for FanDuel's multi-day slate.
Draymond Green broke out for nearly 50 FanDuel points in the Warriors' blowout Game 3 win.
Mike Barner previews the top values heading into FanDuel's single-game contest for Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Chris Paul is slightly cheaper than Steph Curry and makes for an intriguing DFS play for FanDuel's Sunday-Monday slate.
Joel Bartilotta breaks down his lineup for Saturday's Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
His ability to contribute in a plethora of different categories makes Draymond Green a top choice for Wednesday's specialized single-game DFS contest.
Mike Barner breaks down the top plays of the night for Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
The Warriors and Rockets kick off the most-anticipated series of the playoffs Monday night.
Now healthy and back to a full workload, Stephen Curry makes for an enticing DFS pick for a two-game playoff slate.
After picking up his first start of the playoffs in Game 4, T.J. McConnell makes for a very intriguing value play for Wednesday's DFS contest.
Mike Barner breaks down the top values on Tuesday's two-game, Western Conference playoff slate.
He'll cost you ($14,500), but LeBron James has been a machine through the first three games of the series.
After struggling in his return to the starting five, Joel Bartilotta thinks Stephen Curry is set for a bounce-back performance in Game 4.
Al Horford has gotten the best of Joel Embiid and the Sixers through the first two games of the series.
While the Pelicans find themselves in an 0-2 hole, Playoff Rondo has not disappointed fantasy owners through the first two games of the series.
Terry Rozier has shot at an absurdly high rate over the last few games and Ben Miller suggests riding the hot hand once again Thursday.
Ben Miller believes James Harden and Donovan Mitchell are MVP candidates in FanDuel's new single-game format.
The Pelicans struggled in Game 1, but Rajon Rondo still managed a near-triple-double with nine points, eight rebounds and 11 assists.
With Jaylen Brown (hamstring) not expected to play Monday, the likes of Marcus Smart, Jayson Tatum and Marcus Morris could be on the hook for added run.
Sunday's two-game slate features Donovan Mitchell, who has registered at least 36 fantasy points in each of his first six playoff outings.
Saturday's two-game slate features Terry Rozier, who has stepped up in the absence of Kyrie Irving.
With Otto Porter (leg) possibly out for a crucial Game 6 at home, other Wizards players, such as Marcin Gortat, could see a significant bump in usage.