DeMarcus Cousins is out of the picture, so who will thrive in his absence?
Who will benefit if Al Horford (illness) sits out against the Pacers?
The Warriors have the highest expected total to kick off the postseason.
James Harden went No. 1, but KD and Giannis also have strong cases.
Joel Embiid's health could extend the Sixers' series against the Nets.
Toronto's Pascal Siakam was arguably the biggest breakout fantasy player this season.
Aside from taking advantage of injuries, it could be worth targeting teams who have something to play for.
Today was the last Friday Fantasy Hoops podcast of the 2018-19 season. Lots of DFS advice for teams sitting too many players.
Alex Barutha writes on which players to ensure are your lineup for the final three days of the fantasy basketball season.
WIth Kevin Love and Tristan Thompson out, Larry Nance makes for an appealing option.
With Joel Embiid out and Jimmy Butler questionable, Ben Simmons could thrive.
With more than two-thirds of the league on a four-game week, Alex Barutha analyzes some of the most difficult lineup decisions.
Kawhi Leonard won't play Thursday, so all eyes turn to Pascal Siakam.
Two games have double-digits spreads that we should be aware of.
There was a lot of NBA News over the past 24 hours, including key players being shut down for the year. Shannon, Alex and K-Train try to get through it all, while also helping with tonight's DFS slate.
With key players in Phoenix and Minnesota officially done for the season, now is the time to take advantage.
The game with the most expected possessions has just the third-highest over/under.
Where do you start on a slate with so many injuries?
Alex, Shannon & K-Train go through today's news. Then it gets ugly, reviewing all their misses from this season's Roundtable columns.
Alex Barutha goes position-by-position to help with the week's most difficult lineup decisions.
Nick Whalen is joined by Alex Barutha to talk Josh Smith to the Big 3, the race for the final two spots in the Eastern Conference playoffs, the future of the East's middling teams, and much more.
With Serge Ibaka sidelined, Marc Gasol is the obvious DFS option.
With Kevin Durant out, Steph Curry and the Warriors will look to avoid dropping the season series to the Rockets.
The Warriors are on a two-game week. Should you sit Draymond Green?
Alex, Shannon and K-Train offer some key free agent picks-ups for your fantasy playoff run, plus the typical Friday tomfoolery.
Nick Whalen and Alex Barutha discuss LeBron moving into fourth all-time in scoring, LeBron's legacy in LA, the Pistons' hot streak, the Suns' young core, Adam Silver's comments and much more.
A two-game slate leaves us with plenty of tough questions about roster construction.
Injuries to the Lakers' forward depth might make LeBron a must-play.
Fantasy owners in shallower leagues have tough calls to make with Jarrett Allen and Aaron Gordon.
Who should you play in the absences of Joel Embiid, Paul George and Kevin Durant?