Saturday, December 13, 2014

NBA Daily Fantasy Advice Dec 13th

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Suggested Plays for 12/13/14:


Ty Lawson- I love Lawson tonight against the Rockets. He’s averaging 36.3 mins/game and 35.7 FPPG whereas the Rockets are giving up an average of 38.4 FP on the season and over

their last 7 games the Rockets have struggled against the PG position by giving up 58.2 FP.

Damian Lillard- I suggested him last night and he dominated the Bulls for 38 minutes, scoring 35 points, 5 rebounds, 6 assists, and 46 FP. Sometimes you need to be cautious with taking a person on a back to back but Lillard has another juicy matchup against the Pacers. Lillard has back to back 40+ FP performances and could do it again tonight while the Pacers are giving up 47.2 FP to PGs this season.

Other PG Plays: Chris Paul, Deron Williams, Jeff Teague, Mike Conley


Monta Ellis- I love his matchup tonight against a Golden State team that has given up an average of 45.8 FP to Shooting Guards on the season. Couple that with his 31.6 FP average and if you’re playing the early games on Fanduel, Ellis is a great option today.

James Harden- Last time we used Harden he almost broke a career points total. Harden’s last game where he was a Game-Time Decision, he played 48 minutes, scored 44 points, 8 assists, and 66.8 FP. He now draws a matchup against the Nuggets. He’s expensive but we can still make a well-rounded team with him in it.

Other SG Plays: Klay Thompson, Lance Stephenson, Tony Allen, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope


Wilson Chandler- Chandler is averaging 29.7 mins/game and 25 FPPG but his matchup against the Rockets is too good not to discuss. Houston has struggled against Small Forwards as they are giving up an average of 37.0 FP. He could make a great mid-priced play tonight.

Trevor Ariza- Over his last 7 games, Ariza has consistently gotten over 34 points and his last 3 he’s played 43 minutes each and scoring over 20 FP. He is good for 30+ minutes, 15 points, and 20+ FP. He can be a value play for us tonight.

Other SF Plays: Robert Covington, Chris Copeland, Chandler Parsons


Zach Randolph- Z-Bo gets a great matchup tonight against a 76ers team. He’s still below what his salary should be and is averaging 30.4 mins/game with 31.5 FPPG. The 76ers don’t win games but they keep them close and competitive. This season, they are struggling against Power Forwards by giving up an average of 44.7 FP to that position and Z-Bo makes a great play tonight.

Greg Monroe- He’s a mid-priced option tonight at the Power Forward position. He’s coming off a game last night where he only played 25 minutes and he should be rested for his matchup tonight against the Kings. Sacramento has struggled big time against PFs by allowing 51.7 FP to the position this season.

Other PF Plays: Blake Griffin, J.J. Hickson, Paul Millsap, LaMarcus Aldridge, Nerlens Noel


Al Horford- He has a great matchup against the Magic tonight. He’s averaging 27.8 FP and the Magic have been unable to slow the big guys this season and have given up 41.6 FP to Centers. Horford could help round up our team tonight.

Other C Plays: Mason Plumlee, DeAndre Jordan, Robin Lopez

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