er performances of the year under the circumstance

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er performances of the year under the circumstance

Postby riluowanying123 » Tue Apr 17, 2018 7:36 am

There are 10 games on the Friday night NBA slate, and digging through that many options can be a tough task when youre building out your fantasy fosters. Youre in luck, though -- our fantasy experts have their picks on who to roster and who to avoid, which might just be the difference in your DFS contests.Todays panel features ESPNs Kyle Soppe, Renee Miller and Jim McCormick.Players to build aroundJim McCormick -- DeMar DeRozan, Toronto RaptorsHes seventh in the league in drives per game and, subsequently, sixth in free throw attempts per game -- making DeRozan an elite option at a shallow shooting guard spot. DeRozans case is made even stronger when we consider the matchup metrics, as Atlanta rates 24th in defensive efficiency against shooting guards and has yielded 109.9 points per 100 possessions over the past 10 games -- sixth-highest in the NBA over this sample. A high floor and cathedral ceiling supports paying up for DeRozan tonight.Kyle Soppe -- Evan Fournier, Orlando Magic; Zach Randolph, Memphis GrizzliesYou know what? Its a full slate and its a Friday ... so you get two picks! I dont do that because Im a nice guy, but rather because fantasy is about having fun -- and with two money-saving options, you can have fun in rostering your favorite player. Fournier matches up against a Nets team that operates at the fastest pace in the NBA (if this pick doesnt work out, you can win your money back with a bar bet using that factoid), and also owns the third least-efficient defense. Fournier has produced at least 23 points and 6 assists in three straight -- a level of production that far surpasses his price tag. Randolph is my other pick, as he owns a top-15 usage rate, and the Kings rank as a bottom-10 rebounding team. Put both in, and go on a spending spree with the rest of your roster spots.Renee Miller -- Kyle Lowry, Toronto RaptorsWhen I start building lineups on a full slate like tonights, I prefer to lock down solid, guaranteed production at a reasonable price. On a night where I might like to pay up for James Harden and Anthony Davis, but dont feel good enough about either at todays salaries to put them in must-play category, Lowry stands out as the place to start. He gets a terrific DvP matchup (Atlanta allows the second-most fantasy points to PGs) in one of the higher point-total games tonight. Lowry contributes across the board, and he has been one of the most consistent producers at his position for years. His ceiling is lower than some of the superstars, but so is his salary. Start with Lowry, and mix in the stars and scrubs you like around him.Players to fadeMcCormick -- DeMarcus Cousins, Sacramento KingsOn a rich slate with a bevy of elite options to pay up for, Id rather spend coin on Anthony Davis against a Houston team that has ceded the fourth-highest shooting percentage within 5 feet of the rim. The fade angle for Boogie is inspired by facing a down-tempo Memphis team that has the stingiest defensive rating over the past 10 games. This game against the Grizzlies has the second-lowest implied point total of the slate, and thus we should seek stronger options with our expensive assets tonight.Soppe -- John Wall, Washington WizardsI am very much a fan of Wall, but hes not a player Im splurging on tonight. Detroit ranks inside the top five in both slowest pace of play and defensive efficiency -- a combination that lowers the ceiling of a player like Wall who excels when the tempo is being pushed. Im still not 100-percent sure that Wall is a good jump-shooter, and while he has worked on attacking the basket more, he is still averaging more than four 3-point attempts per game this month. If he continues to take jump shots, the percentages say that a low-possession game is a major risk -- especially if he continues to undo some of the good he does in the assist column with a high turnover rate (at least four turnovers in six straight games). Hes a great player, but not worth the pretty penny that DFS sites are asking for him tonight.Miller -- DeMarcus Cousins, Center, Sacramento KingsWith a number of fast-paced, high-scoring games on Fridays slate, the Memphis-Sacramento game is one Im looking to avoid in general. Vegas has the lowest point total of the night on this one, and there are several positional matchups to fade here -- none more relevant than Cousins. Memphis allows opposing centers by far the fewest fantasy points in the league, and with so many other stars to pay up for, Cousins is hard to justify. I think we see closer to 40 fantasy points from him (a la his recent game vs. Utah) than the 60-plus youd like for his price. Jordan Schroeder Jersey . 1, meaning problems for the doping controls at both major international sports events next year. The World Anti-Doping Agency provisionally suspended the Moscow Antidoping Center on Sunday, saying its operations must improve or a six-month ban on the facilitys accreditation will be imposed. Alexandre Texier Jersey .In my heart and mind Im competing for India, luge competitor Shiva Keshavan told The Associated Press in an email interview. Every day Im flooded with messages from Indians all over the world telling me they are supporting me. . 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Rookie Nathan Cleary has catapulted Penrith into the NRL top eight with a five-star individual performance in his sides 38-18 thrashing of the Sydney Roosters.The 18-year-old Cleary scored the Panthers first on Monday night, then put the result beyond doubt in the second half by setting up one of the tries of the season for Tyrone Peachey.The home side was leading 28-6 when Cleary delighted the 9,653 fans in the crowd at Pepper Stadium with a break into the backfield before kicking wide at full pace for Peachey to finish off a 60-metre effort.The win lifts the Panthers to seventh spot with just four games remaining.However the victory could come at a cost - captain Matt Moylan finished the match on the bench with blurred vision and forward Sitaleki Akauola also retired early with rib damage.The Roosters, who had chief playmaker Mitchell Pearce ruled out pre-game with a calf injury, looked competitive early when Dale Copley cancelled out Clearys show-and-go effort.However the home side took over thereafter, scoring the next six tries, including one each to Peachey and Chris Grevsmuhl to take an 18-6 lead into the sheds.Courtesy of a string of penalties against the visitors after the break, the Panthers snuffed out the match with tries to Cartwright, Waqa Blake, Peacheys pearler, and Isaah Yeo all within 17 minutes.By the time Cleary converted Yeos easy 40-metre effort from dummy half, it was 38-6.The Rooosters saved some face through late tries to Daniel Tupou and Boyd Cordner, however it wasnt enough to stop them from falling to their seventh loss in eight games.ddddddddddddRoosters coach Trent Robinson said that without his on-field general in Pearce, the Roosters rookie halves of Connor Watson and Ryan Matterson gave Penrith easy ball.When you lose your halfback and the guy that leads you around the park, its very difficult, he said.If we cant put them into awkward positions through good kicks and good pressure, then they play with more freedom. The whole 80 minutes was front-foot attack.But while Robinson was disappointed with his own playmakers, he was full of praise for Penriths own whizkid in Cleary.He was exceptional, he led from the front as an 18-year-old, he said.Panthers coach Anthony Griffin labelled it one of their best efforts of the season.It was really good, probably one of our better performances of the year under the circumstances, it was enjoyable to watch, enjoying their footy out there tonight at this time of the year, he said.But he was careful not to shower Cleary with too much credit.Hes doing a great job, his kicking games good. Ive got to give a wrap to Bryce (Cartwright), Matt Moylan, (Peter) Wallace, the guys around him. Theyre keeping him calm. NFL Jerseys From China Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys Store Cheap Jerseys China Cheap Authentic Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys Store ' ' '

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