You have likely already seen my initial H2H top-200, well, now it’s time to look at my early roto league top-200. These are not majorly different, but there are definitely some tweaks aimed at roto leagues. The bad percentage guys dropped, the players who aren’t amazing at any one category
Let’s be honest, it’s really difficult to rank players this far out when we’re still fairly clueless how team rotations will play out with newly acquired players and rookies. Still, I know I always like seeing how fantasy analysts have players initially ranked, even this early, so I made it
Monday’s NBA slate on DraftKings is a weird one for me. I was the guy that decided not to use anyone in the 76ers/Clippers game and boy did it hurt. To be fair, I would have won all my games if Avery Bradley had not been so terrible. Regardless, the
Saturday’s seven game slate is upon and I’m going to be right to the point today. No jibber jabber this weekend. Houston is an 11 point favorite tonight on the road against the Bucks, so beware of that. Some small spreads with high totals include Golden State/Phoenix, Denver/Detroit, and Portland/Minnesota.
With a four game schedule tonight, I think strategies are different than yesterday or what they will be tomorrow. There are value options out there, but my confidence in them isn’t very high. The Los Angeles Lakers have provided some of that value tonight, but with Nash, Blake, and Farmar
All hail Kyle Lowry! If you followed my advice, you had a great start on the others that didn’t. He was the top point guard on the night, and was less than Goran Dragic, Michael Carter-Williams, and Isaiah Thomas. Overall, it was a great night for The Fantasy Fix’s NBA