After Game 2, Cleveland seemed locked into an NBA Finals appearance. Toronto ruined those plans.
The Kentucky point guard may be small, but he should provide one NBA general manager with tremendous value come draft night.
With only four teams remaining, which players can you rely on for fantasy production?
In order to afford some stars, you will need to save money with the most valuable less-expensive players.
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Finding value is crucial at this point in the playoffs. Which inexpensive players should you look to target?
The Warriors got blown out by 28 points. How unprecedented was that performance from a 1 seed?
Coming off a 26-rebound game, Bismack Biyombo is still relatively cheap. Who else will save you money while also giving you good numbers?
Golden State's Andre Iguodala makes for a good play today. What other players should you target for the two-game slate?
A quarter of the NBA finalists over the last decade alone have been worse than the 2016 Raptors.
Towns was a given as Rookie of the Year, but he might even be the best rookie of the last 18 years.
Which players are the best fantasy options for the weekend?
Which players can you rely on in Game 3 of the Conference Finals to save you money?
Toronto is simply not the same team without their big man, and it has shown through the first two games against Cleveland.
With all of the picks at their disposal, the Boston Celtics can't go wrong.
Blowouts have limited fantasy value so far in the Conference Finals, but there are still trends to consider.
In order to afford the top-tier stars, you'll have to be able to rely on some cheaper options.
Sam Hinkie dragged the Sixers to the depths of the NBA. Now they've got the top pick in the draft. What should they do with it?
After seeing Game 1 of both series, which players can you rely on for fantasy production?
Saving money in daily fantasy is crucial. Which players should you target to do just that?
The Cavs blew out the Raptors, but Irving made sure to do something unusual anyway.
From the elite to the value plays, who should you target for this two-day slate?
The Thunder came back to defeat the Warriors, but the math was hardly on their side. What does it mean for the playoffs?
Which players can you rely on who will also save you money?