Steve Alexander recaps all of the fantasy-relevant news and notes from a monster weekend in the NBA.
Ken Crites and Alex Barutha highlight their favorite NBA bets of the day, with Alex targeting multiple player props in the Raptors-Lakers matchup.
Michael Spero recaps the fantasy takeaways from Wednesday night's monster NBA slate.
Alex Rikleen runs through his favorite waiver options ahead of Week 17, which includes the much-anticipated trade deadline.
Jeff Edgerton suggests a few value selections, including John Collins at home versus the Heat.
James Anderson stops by to chat with Nick Whalen about a wide variety of NBA topics.
The Bucks and Rockets have only two games on their Week 17 schedules, presenting fantasy managers with some difficult decisions.
Michael Spero walks us through a Christmas-themed edition of Around the Association.
Dan Bruno checks out Wednesday’s slate and notes Anthony Edwards could out-play his midrange price tag and has the potential to go off for big totals, especially in a home game.
Bradley Beal has scored the third-most points (1,741) in the NBA.
Donovan Mitchell has scored the 10th-most points (1,525) in the NBA this season.
Toronto has the second-best defense (105.5) and best spread differential (+3.2) in the NBA.
DeMar DeRozan has the second-most made two-pointers (495) in the NBA.
De'Aaron Fox takes 31 percent of his shots from floater range.
Lineups without Damian Lillard or CJ McCollum are -17.3 points per 100 possessions.
When Devin Booker is on the court, the Suns score 10.9 more points per 100 halfcourt plays.
With Ben Simmons on the court, 4.6 percent more of the 76ers' possessions start in transition.
On a per-game basis, Jonathan Isaac is the Magic's best fantasy player.
Chris Paul ranks 10th in the league for both offensive win shares (5.5) and VORP (3.2).
Mitchell Robinson has the highest offensive rating (144.0) in the league.
The Pelicans have three top-45 fantasy players in eight-category leagues.
Karl-Anthony Towns has the sixth-highest PER (26.5) in the NBA.
With Giannis Antetokounmpo at center, the Bucks have a +21.7 net rating.
Jimmy Butler has made the third-most free throws (408) in the NBA.
Ja Morant takes 51% of his shots at the rim, which is in the 96th percentile for point guards.
On the road against top-10 point differential teams, the Lakers have the best net rating (+4.0).
The Clippers' post-trade-deadline starting five has a +20.0 net rating in 250 possessions.
Myles Turner has the fourth-best block percentage in the league.
James Harden has taken just 11 long mid-range jumpers this season.
Before the season, the Warriors had the sixth-highest title odds.