Friday, October 30, 2015

Fantasy Basketball: Week Two Waiver Wire Options



Week number two of the Fantasy Basketball season begins on Monday November 2, 2015. While I don’t generally advise dropping players in the first few weeks I do understand the desire to shed your roster of underperforming players. Let’s get after it.

Teams with four games this week are Atlanta, Brooklyn, Golden State, Houston, Indiana, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Knicks, Oklahoma City Thunder, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portland, Sacramento and Toronto.

The Boston Celtics have just two games this week. Every other NBA team is scheduled to play three games this week.

PG: Dennis Schroder Atlanta Hawks: Four games are on tap for the Hawks this week and Schroder is available in over 70 percent of all Major Fantasy Basketball leagues. Schroder is a great source for points, assists, three pointers, steals and his percentages from the field and line won’t kill you. Currently he’s averaging roughly 25 minutes per night so grab him quick otherwise he will be gone.

PG: Jerian Grant New York Knicks: The Knicks have four games this week and Grant is available in over 50 percent of Major Fantasy Basketball leagues. If you are short on steals Grant is the man for that and he’ll also drop a few dimes and score anywhere from 10-15 points a night. You could do worse that Grant this week.

SG: Alec Burks Utah Jazz: Burks and the Jazz have three games this week and it’s strange for me to see that Burks is still available in well over 50 percent of all Major Fantasy Basketball leagues. He’s getting over 25 minutes per night and is a good source of points and rebounds while not killing your shooting percentages.

SG: Kevin Martin Minnesota Timberwolves: Martin has three games this week and is available in just over 50 percent of all Major Fantasy Basketball leagues. Martin is a scorer that shoots more than 5 triples a night and while he hasn’t found his range from behind the arc he will and his shooting percentages aren’t going to hurt you.

SF: Luol Deng Miami Heat: Deng and the Heat have four games this week and Deng is available in over 60 percent of all Major Fantasy Basketball leagues. When he’s healthy he’s a good source for three’s, steals, blocks and should score double digits in points most nights and his shooting percentages won’t hurt much while currently playing roughly 30 minutes a night.

SF: Gerald Green Miami Heat: Four games this week and averaging 30 minutes a night coming off the Heat bench and available in over 75 percent of Major Fantasy Basketball leagues are all good things. Shooting eight threes a night and super high field goal percentages are an even better thing. It probably won’t last but riding the hot hand is how you win at Fantasy Basketball dear reader.

PF: Harrison Barnes Golden State Warriors: The Warriors have three games this week and Barnes is duel eligible (Small Forward/Power Forward) and is still available in just over 50 percent of all Major Fantasy Basketball leagues. Barnes is a great contributor in rebounds and steals, he’ll knock down the occasional three, have a couple assists a night but his shooting percentages are a killer so keep that in mind.

PF: Al-Farouq Aminu Portland Trail Blazers: Portland has four games this week, Aminu is duel eligible (Small and Power Forward) is still available in just over 50 percent of all Major Fantasy Basketball leagues. Currently Aminu is averaging just over 30 minutes a night and is a good source of blocks, steals, rebounds and the occasional three pointer. His shooting percentages are decent and he’ll be a good addition to your roster.

C: Zaza Pachulia Dallas Mavericks: Dallas has three games this week and Pachulia is available in over 80 percent of Major Fantasy Basketball leagues. He’s currently playing 25 minutes a night and is a good source for rebounds, blocks, steals and will surprise you with some assists also. His shooting from the field isn’t very good but he is an excellent free throw shooter and will be a nice add this week.

C: Meyers Leonard Portland Trail Blazers: The Blazers have four games this week and Leonard has duel eligibility (Power Forward and Center) and is available in just over 70 percent of Major Fantasy Basketball leagues. Leonard knocks down threes, rebounds, scores and gets blocks and steals. His field goal percentage will be decent and his free throw percentage is very good and playing 30 minutes a night makes him ideal this week.

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Good luck this week Fantasy Basketball owner!




Fantasy Hockey: Week Four Waiver Wire Options



Week four of the Fantasy Hockey season begins on Monday November 2nd, 2015. There is still plenty of time for you to make changes and if you have decided to drop underperforming players I have some waiver wire options for you to consider this week.

Teams with four games this week include Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Toronto and Vancouver.

Teams having just two games this week are Minnesota, Carolina, Buffalo and Arizona.

Back to Back Games This Week

Anaheim (Fri-Sat), Boston (Sat-Sun), Columbus (Thur-Fri), Colorado (Thur-Fri), Dallas (Mon-Tue), Florida (Wed-Thur), Los Angeles (Mon-Tue), New York Rangers (Fri-Sat), Philadelphia (Mon-Tue), Toronto (Fri-Sat), Vancouver (Sat-Sun), Winnipeg (Wed-Thur)

Forwards

Justin Williams of the Washington Capitals is available in just over 55 percent of all Major Fantasy Hockey Leagues and the Caps have three games this week. Good plus 4 with 18 shots on goal, 1 hit and 4 blocks to go along with 1 goal and 5 assists skating 16 minutes a night on the Caps second line alongside Nicklas Backstrom and Marcus Johansson and also skates on the Capitals second power play unit.

Marcus Johansson of the Washington Capitals is available in over 70 percent of all Major Fantasy Hockey Leagues and as mentioned before the Caps have three games this week. Johansson has 2 goals and 3 assists and a plus 3 while skating 17 minutes a night on the Caps second line. 15 shots on goal , 5 hits and 4 blocks thus far this season and Johansson skates on the Capitals top power play unit.

Cody Eakin of the Dallas Stars has four games this week and Eakin is available in over 80 percent of all Major Fantasy Hockey leagues. Eakin has 4 goals and an assist on 14 shots on goal for a minus 1 skating 16 and a half minutes a game on the same line with Jamie Benn and Radak Faksa. Eakin also has 4 hits and 9 blocks and skates on the Stars second power play unit.

David Pastrnak of the Boston Bruins have four games this week and is available in just over 70 percent of all Major Fantasy Hockey Leagues. This season Pastrnak has 2 goals and 2 assists on 20 shots on goal for a minus 3 skating 14 and a half minutes a night alongside Louii Eriksson and David Krejci. Pastrnak also has 10 hits and 5 blocks to his credit this season.

Brayden Schenn and the Philadelphia Flyers have for games this week and is available in just over 70 percent of all Major Fantasy Hockey Leagues. This season Schenn has 4 goals and an assist and 14 shots on goal for a minus 1 skating 14 minutes and 48 seconds skating alongside Scott Laughton and R.J. Umberger as well as the Flyers second power play unit. Schenn and has 14 hits and zero blocks this season.

Defensemen

Adam McQuaid and the Bruins have four games this week and McQuaid is available in over 90 percent of all Major Fantasy Hockey Leagues. This season McQuaid has 2 assists and zero shots on goal for a plus 5 skating 19 minutes a night alongside Torey Krug on the Bruins second line defense. McQuaid also has 25 hits and 8 blocks to his credit this season.

Trevor van Riemsdyk and the Chicago Blackhawks have four games this week and van Riemsdyk is currently available in over 90 percent of all Major Fantasy Hockey Leagues. Van Riemsdyk has 1 goal and 1 assist on 10 shots for a plus 1 skating 19 minutes a game alongside Niklas Hjalmarsson on the Blackhawks second defensive line. Van Riemsdyk also has 4 hits and 13 blocks to his credit this season.

Jason Demers and the Dallas Stars have 4 games this week and Demers is available in just over 70 percent of all Major Fantasy Hockey Leagues. This season Demers has 1 goal and 3 assists with 9 shots on goal skating 21 minutes a night alongside Johnny Oduya on the Stars second line defensive unit. Demers also has 14 hits and 4 blocks this season for the Stars.

Michael Del Zotto and the Flyers have four games this week and Del Zotto is available in just over 80 percent of Major Fantasy Hockey Leagues. Just 1 assist on 17 shots on goal for a minus 4 this season skating 23 minutes a night alongside Mark Streit on the Flyers top defensive pairing. Del Zotto has 23 hits and 12 blocks and also skates on the Flyers second power play unit.

Ben Hutton and the Vancouver Canucks have 4 games this week and Hutton is available in over 90 percent of all Major Fantasy Hockey Leagues. This season Hutton has 4 assists and 16 shots with a plus minus of zero skating 18 minutes a night alongside Yannick Weber on the Canucks second defensive line. Hutton also has 3 hits and 8 blocks to his credit and skates on the Canucks second power play unit.

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Good luck this week Fantasy Hockey General Manager!






Wednesday, October 28, 2015

FanDuel Fantasy Football Picks for Week Eight!




It’s time for our weekly shot at the million over at FanDuel. If you played the main lineup last week while we didn’t win the million we did end up with 170 points. That was 50 points better than our minimum target of 120 points. Let’s see if we can’t do better this week.

Keep in mind that we are looking for value here and each pick below are who I believe will get 2 points for every 1000 dollars spent and while the following picks all add up to $60,000 what I’m offering below isn’t meant to be a lineup. You can use it if you like or just use a couple of picks OR scrap the entire thing!

QB: Ryan Fitzpatrick New York Jets $7,400: Over his last two games Fitzpatrick is averaging 23 FanDuel points per game and he’s going up against the Oakland Raiders who have worst passing defense in the NFL. I like the price and I like the matchup!

RB: Chris Johnson Arizona Cardinals $7,300: The Baltimore Ravens have a decent rushing defense and Johnson made them look like amateurs rushing for 122 yards and a touchdown. This week he’s up against the worst rushing defense in the NFL and I don’t see the Browns being able to stop him.

RB: Justin Forsett Baltimore Ravens $6,900: Forsett hasn’t had quite the season we were expecting but he’s been solid averaging 12.6 FanDuel points a game. This week he’s up against a Chargers defense allowing 136 rushing yards per game. This could wind up being a great value play on Sunday.

WR: Keenan Allen San Diego Chargers $8,000: Allen is averaging 16.9 FanDuel points per game and this Sunday he faces a Ravens passing defense allowing 230 yards per game. With an over under of 50 this one is going to be a shootout and hopefully Allen puts up some big numbers on Sunday.

WR: Brandon Marshall New York Jets $8,300: Marshall is pricey this week but I do like my tandems and this one simply shouts “play me” on Sunday. Marshall laid a stinker this past Sunday scoring just 8.7 FanDuel points but the 16 point average per game and the lousy Raiders secondary can’t be passed by too easily.

WR: Donte Moncrief Indianapolis Colts $6,400: Moncrief hasn’t been spectacular but he has been solid and has a touchdown in each of his last 2 games. Carolina has a nice pass defense but the Colts have what seems to be a rejuvenated Andrew Luck who seems to like to throw the ball Moncrief's way. Moncrief might wind up being a steal at $6,400 bucks this week.

TE: Benjamin Watson New Orleans Saints $5,400: The New York Giants are a terrible team against the pass. Drew Brees like to throw the ball and he also likes to target Watson as evidenced by his 29 receptions (tied for second on the Saints) and his team leading 2 touchdown receptions.  

K: Justin Tucker Baltimore Ravens $4,900: The Chargers Ravens game has an over under of 50 points, The Ravens are favored by three. Tucker has booted a couple of 50 plus field goals and let’s hope he’s able to kick one or two for us on Sunday.

Defense: Arizona Cardinals $5,400: The Cardinals are in Cleveland to take on the Browns Sunday afternoon. The Browns were hapless against the Rams and this Cardinal team is 4th in the NFL in total defense including a League high 12 interceptions and 12 sacks. Hopefully they pitch a shutout on  Sunday!


Go win the million Fantasy Football owner!

Fantasy Football: Week 8 Waiver Wire and Sleepers



Week eight of the Fantasy Football season begins Thursday October 29th 2015. We’re at the halfway point of the season and if you are in need of a quarterback, running back, wide receiver or tight end I have some suggestions for you to consider.

Teams with a bye this week are Buffalo, Philadelphia, Washington and Jacksonville.

Quarterbacks
Derek Carr Oakland Raiders: Carr has been up and down this season but he does have an interesting matchup at home against the Jets on Sunday. The Jets have the 4th best passing defense in the NFL and while Carr has been up and down he has thrown for 1110 yards and 8 touchdowns with 3 interceptions over his last 4 starts. He’s also available in over 65 percent of all Major Fantasy Football leagues.

Brian Hoyer Houston Texans: Hoyer has been a Fantasy Football surprise this season and over that season he’s thrown for 1346 yards, 11 touchdowns, 3 interceptions and 3 fumbles. This Sunday the Texans host the #2 passing defense of the Tennessee Titans. Vegas has this one currently as a tossup but you can bet no matter what happens Hoyer is going to throw the ball LOTS and is currently available in over 80 percent of all Major Fantasy Football leagues.

Ryan Fitzpatrick New York Jets: Fitzpatrick has been a pleasant surprise this season and he has a dandy matchup with the only team in the NFL still allowing over 300 yards passing per game Oakland Raiders on Sunday. This season Fitzpatrick has thrown for 1,472 yards, 11 touchdowns, 7 interceptions and just 1 fumble. This matchup is as good as it gets this week and Fitzpatrick is available in over 75 percent of all Major Fantasy Basketball leagues.

Teddy Bridgewater Minnesota Vikings: Over the last two weeks things have finally started to come together for Bridgewater that included his first 300 plus yards passing game of the season. Over the season Bridgewater has thrown for 1,339 yards, 5 touchdowns, 4 interceptions and 3 fumbles. This Sunday the Vikings face a Bears passing defense allowing 220 passing yards per game and Bridgewater is available in 27 percent of all Major Fantasy Football leagues.

Running Backs

James Starks Green Bay Packers: Starks showed out two weeks ago against the Chargers rushing for 112 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries. He also caught one pass for a touchdown. The issue is who’s going to get the most snaps in the Packers backfield and what role Starks plays going forward. The Packers have a tough one against the #1 NFL defensive team also known as the  Broncos on Sunday. Starks is currently available in just over 50 percent of all Major Fantasy Football leagues.

Antonio Andrews Tennessee Titans:  If you need yards this week out of your backfield Andrews is available in just over 55 percent of all Major Fantasy Football leagues. He’ll also be facing the Texans this week and the way the Dolphins Lamar Miller ran roughshod over them last Sunday Andrews might be a good pickup this week. Andrews won’t put up big numbers but he’s okay both as a rusher and a receiver.

Wide Receiver

Nate Washington Houston Texans: Washington was huge on Sunday against the Dolphins hauling in 9 passes for 124 yards and 2 touchdowns. He’ll face a tough test this Sunday against the #2 Tennessee Titan pass defense but he is available in over 75 percent of all Major Fantasy Football leagues and might be a good pickup this week.

Tavon Austin St Louis Rams: Austin has 31 targets this season leaving him tied for first among Rams wideouts and over the season Austin has  20 receptions for 187 yards and 3 touchdowns. He’ll face a 49ers pass defense that allows 292 passing yards a game and is available in just over 50 percent of all Major Fantasy Football leagues.

Brandon LaFell New England Patriots: LaFell final made his season debut last week and while he didn’t exactly set the world on fire he did have 2 catches for 25 yards and also dropped 3 targets. He’s on Tom Brady’s radar and against a Dolphins team allowing 240 passing yards per game and being available in just over 50 percent of all Major Fantasy Football leagues are all good things to see.

Tight Ends

Eric Ebron Detroit Lions: Ebron had a nice game last week against the Vikings with 5 catches for 89 yards and a touchdown. Season wise he’s been solid with 20 receptions for 268 yards and 3 touchdowns. This week the Lions will face a Kansas City Chiefs passing defense allowing 264 yards per game through the air making the 60 percent available Ebron a possible hot commodity this week.

Benjamin Watson New Orleans Saints: Watson seems to be a big part in what the Saints are trying to do on offense and this season Watson has 29 receptions for 325 yards and 2 touchdowns. This week the Saints face a Giants team allowing 288 passing yards a ballgame. Watson is available in over 50 percent of all Major Fantasy Football leagues and is yours for the taking!

Good luck this week Fantasy Football owner!


Friday, October 23, 2015

Fantasy Hockey: Waiver Wire and Sleepers for Week Three


Week three of the Fantasy Hockey season begins on Monday October 25, 2015. I’m not a big advocate of making major roster moves this early in the season I know there are some that do and there are some of you looking to stream players so let’s get started.

Teams with 4 games include this week include Anaheim, Buffalo, Carolina, Calgary, Colorado, New York Islanders, Tampa Bay and Winnipeg.

The New York Rangers have just 1 game this week.

Forwards

Brock Nelson F New York Islanders: Nelson is available in over 90 percent of Major Fantasy Hockey Leagues and the Islanders have 4 games this week. Nelson has a good plus/minus (3), with 2 goals, 3 assists and 13 shots on goal skating on the Islanders third line. Nelson also has 1 hit and 3 blocks this season and is averaging about 15 minutes per game and is part of the Islanders second power play unit.

Adam Henrique F New Jersey Devils: Henrique is available in just over 50 percent of all Major Fantasy Hockey Leagues and so far this season he’s scored 4 goals and 2 assists with 17 shots on goal and a 0 plus/minus centering the Devils top line. Henrique also has 6 hits and 3 blocks this season and is averaging just over 20 minutes on the ice every night and is part of the Devils second power play unit.   

Ales Hemsky F Dallas Stars: Hemsky is available in just over 70 percent of all Major Fantasy Hockey leagues and so far this season has 1 goal, 5 assists and 15 shots on goal playing 13 minutes a night on the Stars third line. Good plus/minus of 3 and he also has 4 hits and 5 blocks thus far this season and skates on the Stars second power play unit.

Tobias Rieder F Arizona Coyotes: Rieder is available in just over 60 percent of all Major Fantasy Hockey leagues and this season he’s scored 3 goals, 2 assists with 22 shots with a plus/minus of 1 on goal skating 17 minutes per night on the Coyotes 3rd line. Rieder also has 3 hits and zero blocks to his credit. Rieder has been an infrequent part of the Coyotes power play so keep that in mind if you decide to roster Rieder.

Colin Wilson F Nashville Predators: Wilson is available in just over 50 percent of all Major Fantasy Hockey leagues and so far this season has 1 goal, 4 assists and 10 shots on goal with a plus/minus of 5 skating 16 minutes per night on the Preds 2nd line. Wilson also has 4 hits and 4 blocked shots and skates on the Preds second power player unit.
Defense

Jeff Petry D Montreal Canadians: Petry is currently available in just over 50 percent of all Major Fantasy Hockey leagues and so far Petry has 1 goal, 1 assist and 14 shots on goal and a plus/minus of 3 skating 22 minutes a night on the Canadians 2nd defensive line. Petry also has 17 hits and 9 blocks and would be a great addition this week.

Colton Parayko D St Louis Blues: Parayko is available in just over 60 percent of all Major Fantasy Hockey leagues and this season Parayko has 2 goals, 1 assist and 13 shots on goal skating just over 18 minutes per night on the Blues 2nd defensive line. Parayko also has 6 hits and 11 blocked shots and spends a good amount of time on the Blues second power play unit.

Kyle Quincey D Detroit Red Wings: Quincey is available in over 80 percent of all Major Fantasy Hockey leagues and this season he has 1 goal, 2 assists and 10 shots on goal with a plus/minus of 3 skating 18 minutes per night on the Red Wings 3rd defensive line. Quincey also has 7 hits and 3 blocks and has been an infrequent visitor on the Wings 2nd power play unit this season.

Adam Larsson D New Jersey Devils: Larsson is available in just over 80 percent of all Major Fantasy Hockey leagues and this season he has 1 goal, 1 assist and 8 shots on goal with a plus/minus of 2 skating 23 minutes on the Devils top defensive line. Larsson also has 13 hits and 14 blocked shots to his credit but doesn’t spend much time if any on the Devils power play unit.

Ryan Ellis D Nashville Predators: Ellis is currently available in just over 70 percent of all Major Fantasy Hockey leagues and this season has scored 1 goal with 3 assists and 12 shots on goal with a plus/minus rating of 3 skating 19 minutes a night on the Predators 2nd defensive line. Ellis also has 2 hits and 4 blocks on the season and skates on the Preds 2nd power play unit.


Good luck this week Fantasy Hockey General Manager!

Fantasy Basketball: Sleepers and Rookies in the 2015-2016 Draft



In just a few short days the Fantasy Basketball season will begin! This week as well as next I will continue answering your questions and from week two one will give you waiver wire advice…..so let’s get started!


Dear Phil,I am in a league with a heavy emphasis on steals and blocks. Do you have any late round advise for me?

Thanks for the question.

Let’s begin with steals; my first choice is always going to be the Grizzlies Tony Allen. Last season he averaged 2 steals per game and has a career average of 1.4 steals per ballgame. He’ll also help your field goal percentage (47 percent career) and give you small doses of rebounds and assists and maybe a triple here and there. Currently he is available in over 85 percent of Major Fantasy Basketball leagues so he would probably be available to you in the last round of any format so he’s my first choice.

The Nuggets Gary Harris is currently available in over 90 percent of all Major Fantasy Basketball leagues and the guy is averaging almost 3 steals per night this preseason. He can also hit the three and his other shooting percentages are solid as they come. He’s playing around 25 minutes per night this preseason and with the Nuggets being one of the worst teams in the NBA Harris should get enough minutes to be a serious sleeper and help you win your league this season.

The Rockets Corey Brewer is another good late round pick up in the steals department (1.4 over his career) and at times Brewer can score points (10.2) as well as grab boards and assists as well. Currently he’s available in just over 80 percent of Major Fantasy Basketball leagues so he’s another possibility.

The obvious blocks guy would be Alex Len of the Phoenix Suns. Currently he’s available in over 90 percent of all major Fantasy Basketball leagues. He’ll also shoot well from the field, rebound and get the occasional assist for you. Currently he’s averaging 22 minutes this preseason and he’ll be waiting for you at the end of your draft.

The Rockets K.J. McDaniels is available in well over 95 percent of all Major Fantasy Basketball leagues and surprisingly enough he’s also a good source for blocks averaging 1.4 this preseason and 1.1 per game over his career. This preseason he’s getting about 21 minutes per game and he’ll contribute in other categories like points (7.9), rebounds (3.2) and he’ll even knock down the occasional three without killing you with bad shooting percentages.

The Milwaukee Bucks John Henson is available in over 85 percent of all Major Fantasy Basketball leagues and he’s a true shot swatter averaging 1.6 blocks per game this preseason. He’ll contribute in other categories like rebounds (5.5) and has a high field goal percentage. The problem he has is getting on the floor as he is playing just 14 minutes per game this preseason. If he can get 20 minutes per night he’ll help you win your blocks category for sure.

Last week I answered a question about top rookies and ran out of space so here are a few more rookies that you should be familiar with on draft day and beyond.

Stanley Johnson SF Detroit Pistons: There is a lot to like about this rookie and one of those things is the 27 minutes per night he’s been playing this preseason. Another thing to like would be his production; he seems to be able to do a bit of everything like make threes (1.5), steals (1.6), rebound (4.4) and score (10.7). He can also guard three positions which should keep him on the floor. He’s currently being drafted 111 and that might be a bit low for this Rookie of the Year candidate.

Mario Hezonja SG SF Orlando Magic: Hezonja is one of those players who never met a shot he didn’t like and this preseason he’s been launching 3.9 triples per game and making just over 1 of them. His shooting percentages from the field and the line are good and Hezonja is good for a steal a night but right now not much else. He’s only seeing about 21 minutes a night this preseason and at least for the immediate future I don’t expect that to change much. Hezonja is currently being drafted at about #140 and I think you can leave him there and if things change grab him off the waiver wire.

Jahlil Okafor PF C Philadelphia 76ers: Currently Okafor is being drafted #81 and that seems a bit high for a guy who is a horrible free throw shooter and who doesn’t block shots. The good player on a bad team philosophy comes into play here. Okafor is a scorer and he’s averaging 10 points per night while only playing 18 minutes or so this preseason. It will be interesting to see how many minutes Okafor gets this season and if he gets anywhere near his projected 32 minutes a night this kid might wind up as the Rookie of the Year.

D’Angelo Russell PG Los Angeles Lakers: Russell might be the star of the future but this preseason he’s been anything but a star averaging 6.2 points and 3.2 assists and not much else while playing just 15.6 minutes a night this preseason. The Lakers are going to bad and there are a bunch of guards to be eliminated from the rotation and once that happens his current draft position of 96 is going to feel like you stole something.

Good luck with your draft Fantasy basketball owner!










Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Fantasy Football DFS Picks, Fantasy Basketball Small Forward Sleepers and Fantasy Hockey Overrated and Underrated!




On this week's Phil's Fantasy Sports Draft Kings Playbook writer Jason Walker and Phil discuss Fantasy Football Waiver Wire options plus picks for both FanDuel and Draft Kings. Rotowire NBA writer Alex Rikleen and Phil discuss several Fantasy Basketball small forward sleepers and Fantasy Bully Busters co-founder Joe Gibbons and Phil discuss several Fantasy Hockey overrated and underrated players and off tips for those of you playing DFS Fantasy Hockey.

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Thursday, October 8, 2015

Fantasy Hockey, Basketball, Baseball and Football DFS and Season Long League Advice



On this week’s Phil’s Fantasy Sports Fake Teams DFS Baseball writer Tim Finnegan joins Phil to discuss DFS Fantasy Baseball strategy for the playoffs, Draft Kings Playbook writer Jason Walker and Phil discuss this weeks best Fantasy Football plays at FanDuel and Draft Kings this weekend, FanDuel’s Joe Pisapia joins Phil to discuss his Fantasy Black Book series based on his theory called Relative Position Value or RPV, Rotowire NBA writer Alex Rikleen and Phil answer your Fantasy Basketball questions about Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, Chris Paul, Jeff Teague, Dennis Schroder and more and Rotowire NHL writer Brian Rutherford and Phil discuss week one Fantasy Hockey waiver wire strategy and offer tips and advice for those interested in playing Daily Fantasy Hockey.