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  1. This morning, DraftKings sent out this message to users indicating some changes to their NBA game for the upcoming season:
  2. Sam (@Macetastic) has done it again. 
    Here's an excerpt of his article describing what he calls the $5 Fix (cheat sheet):
    Jump directly to the article here.

    I’ll cut right to the point.
    If you want every useful NBA statistic and ranking to prepare for your draft, then this is the cheat-sheet for you.
    I’m the first to admit the information packed into this tidy little package can be found, for free, in various places using various sourcing methods.
    But you won’t find ALL of it in one place, except for here.
    With every player’s stat just open a new tab and copy/paste your pick as the draft goes, tracking your stats so you know what stats you need. Much easier in offline I admit! The FGM, FGA, FTM, FTA stats are always useful as they help paint an actual representation of your team’s outlook. Yes, if you take DeAndre Jordan you still won’t reach 80% from the line even if you pair him with Kevin Durant, James Harden, DeMar DeRozan, Danilo Gallinari, Russell Westbrook AND Carmelo Anthony (a combined 43.1 out of 54.4, 79.1%).
    It’ll work in Excel and Sheets, I’ve taken the ugly hairy stuff out from the back and it comes in a weeny little file of less than 700kb, perfect to save on your phone, computer or tablet.
    Here’s a preview of the main page, also showing all the tabs containing the other statistical goodies.
    Head to the bottom of this page for the downloadable link.

    All this for only $5. You don’t need those cheeseburgers, they won’t tell you to draft Nikola Jokic instead of Nikola Vucevic.
    This spreadsheet isn’t machine washable and it won’t mow your lawn with the flick of a switch, but it will help you in your fantasy draft this season.
    As always I can be reached on Twitter here (@macetastic) and I love getting feedback and questions (about fantasy mainly, though if you like rugby or league I’ll gladly talk you to sleep).
  3. Post on new to the site in NFL Forum

    By FantasyChamp, posted
    hello, my name is chris from NJ and I'm new to the fantasy fix. I love the site. I found it from following Mark Morales Smith on social media. Just wanted to introduce myself and say I love your work and will be calling on you guys for help. mark, where can I see your rankings?
  4. Post on Warriors in NBA Forum

    By Mike Valverde, posted
    The Warriors can break the 15-game win streak, do you believe they will? If so, how many games do they go until finally losing?
  5. Post on NBA Winner in NBA Forum

    By Mike Valverde, posted
    Who is going to be crowned champs this season, do the Warriors repeat? What about a surprise team that makes the playoffs and one that doesnt
    Are you an experienced writer looking to pad your resume? Or are you currently looking to break into the fantasy sports writing industry? If either of those are you, you may be interested in an opening we currently have at
    We're looking for an experienced writer that also has experience in season-long and daily fantasy sports. In this case, the candidate will have a wealth of basketball knowledge and be familiar with most of the advanced statistics around the game.
    The candidate should be available to research/publish quality content for our subscribers between 1-3 times weekly. The candidate is flexible and should communicate well with the rest of our staff, specifically Zack, Sam, Seth and Max -- our hoops team. 
    This may be a paid gig for the right candidate that meets the above qualifications. If you don't meet all of the qualifications but are still looking to land a gig to gain experience, feel free to apply as well.
    Please send me an email here with the following information and sell me on why you're the best candidate for the job:
    Name, writing experience, season-long/daily fantasy basketball experience/successes and twitter handle.
    We look forward to hearing from you,