M25 was a pretty tough one because of the postponements, but there’s nothing we can do about it unfortunately. Anyway, we already have your tips for the upcoming matchday. Let’s go!
- Karl-Anthony Towns (Minnesota Timberwolves, 16.7 credits): Even though the Timberwolves are in the worst spot possible, Towns delivers almost every time he steps on the court. Now he’s healthy and ready to make up for lost time.
- DeAndre Ayton (Phoenix Suns, 15.3 credits): As usual, ups and downs for him, but the match-up gives him the chance to shine, especially with the way CP3 is playing right now.
- Tristan Thompson (Boston Celtics, 8.9 credits): As you can see by his latest perfromances, he’s in the best shape of the season so far. Moreover, Steven Adams is questionable for the contest: TT’s worth a shot.
- Julius Randle (New York Knicks, 16.5 credits): The Knicks sat the last one out and now have quite the easy assignment against Minnesota. We wouldn’t be surprised at all if Randle recorded a triple-double.
- Kristaps Porzingis (Dallas Mavericks, 14.4 credits): After the loss to the Trail Blazers, the Mavericks need to get back in the win column against the Grizzlies, which seems feasible. Doncic needs some help though, and there’s only one teammate that can really do that.
- Royce O’Neale (Utah Jazz, 8.9 credits): The winning streak is over for the Jazz, but they’re still the best team in the NBA, at least as dar as their record goes. The Hornets are a good opponent to try and immediately get back to winning ways and it’s a match-up where O’Neale should have no problem putting up some good stats.
- Trae Young (Atlanta Hawks, 17.4 credits): The Trae Young we expected is finally here! When he’s in this shape, it doesn’t matter who the opponent is: you just have to pick him.
- Donovan Mitchell (Utah Jazz, 14.1 credits): Like we said before, the Jazz want to build up another winning streak and retain their spot at the top of the league, which is why we expect their leader to take over the game.
- Kemba Walker (Boston Celtics, 9.6 credits): Guards usually do very well against the Pelicans, so we decided to go with the one that costs the least and is coming off the best performance.
- Erik Spoelstra (Miami Heat, 7.2 credits): The Heat just beat the Lakers on national television and need to rack up wins in order to climb the table of the Eastern Conference, you just can’t pick against them this time, especially since they are taking on the Thunder.
- Steve Clifford (Orlando Magic, 5.1 credits): Even though the Magic aren’t realible at all, they can take the Pistons easily. Considering how little Clifford costs, you might as well risk it.