The Chicago Bulls have their sights set on a high lottery pick, which makes them a willing patsy for nearly every opponent. That places the Denver Nuggets at the center of Wednesday's DFS conversation.
Two games separate the fourth-seeded Pelicans from the ninth-seeded Clippers in the Western Conference playoff race. Those two teams square off on Tuesday in what is the perfect combination of real-life intrigue and DFS value.
Christian Yelich and Tommy Pham share a position, a division, and a neighborhood on the fantasy baseball draft board? Which of these NL Central standouts is the better fantasy player? The latest in our 2018 Fantasy Baseball Debate Series.
Russell Westbrook broke out of a mini-slump with a 30-11-7 game against the Mavericks. Now he draws an even better matchup on Friday against the Suns. He's one of the best centerpieces you'll find on the 10-game DFS slate.
Three years of college. Four years in the minors. Two years of league-average play. Travis Shaw's rise was anything but meteoric. He took off last year, however, and is now one of the biggest bats in Milwaukee's potent lineup.
Marcell Ozuna broke out last season and is in the heart of his physical prime. Justin Upton, meanwhile, put together one of the best all-around seasons of his career, and is still in just his age-30 season. The two now find themselves as neighbors on most fantasy baseball draft boards. Who's the better pick?
Anthony Davis, James Harden and Kevin Durant will all take the floor Wednesday. So, too, will Steph Curry, Russell Westbrook and Andre Drummond. All that star power gives DFS players plenty of options, but also makes settling on a lineup core a greater challenge.