Tag Archive: Brandon Ingram

17/18 Punting Guides Part 3: Punt FG%

Punt FT% remains the most popular punting strategy, but the punt FG% build is nipping at its heels. There are two reasons for this rise in popularity. One plays in Oklahoma City and the other makes his home in Houston. If you are fortunate enough to have the opportunity to draft either, don’t even think …

Continue reading »

Sep 10

17/18 September Rankings: 126-150

126) Patty Mills (PG) – The Australian has always been a very intriguing player. He has always posted very good per minute numbers, but hasn’t taken off like his per minutes numbers would suggest when given extended run. With Tony Parker out at least another four months, Mills will have his best opportunity yet to establish …

Continue reading »

Nov 27

Week 6 Preview

We’re back to full weekly previews after a quick break to look at some buy low and sell high candidates. This week’s free-agent pickups feature two high-ceiling players who should return within the next couple of weeks. When to pick up an injured player depends on your team. I wouldn’t recommend grabbing an injured player …

Continue reading »

Sep 30

16/17 Punting Guides Part 3: Punt FG%

Punting FG% is going to be a very popular strategy this year for two reasons. Russell Westbrook and James Harden. Both players are going to be drafted within the first three picks of most drafts and both players’ value is significant enhanced when FG% is ignored. Westbrook did not necessitate a FG% punt last season …

Continue reading »

Sep 20

September Rankings: 126-150

126) Darren Collison (PG) – Collison would be a top-75 pick if he wasn’t looking at a lengthy suspension to start the year. The point guard pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor domestic violence charge over the summer and is about to have the league come down on him hard. The NBA hasn’t had a major …

Continue reading »

Aug 11

Free-Agent Roundup – Pacific Division

Golden State Warriors Notable Additions: Kevin Durant, David West, Zaza Pachulia, JaVale McGee Durant’s move to Oakland is terrible for the NBA, but from a fantasy standpoint I like it. One of the biggest issue with fantasy basketball is that a small group of elite players dominates the game. Durant’s move, and the decrease in …

Continue reading »

Jun 30

Draft Recap: Initial Thoughts

This year’s draft, beyond its top two picks, has generally been decried as weak and lacking any true difference makers. From a fantasy standpoint, the same can be said. Simmons and Ingram look like future fantasy studs while the rest of the draft contains few sure things and a slew of projects who are unlikely …

Continue reading »