Guess what? Our NBA Fantasy Tips are back! M47 presents us with a very complicated task as there are multiple big games ahead of us. The first one will be Bucks vs. Heat, followed by Mavericks vs. Clippers, Rockets vs. Lakers and, last but not least, Raptors vs. Celtics, which will take place tomorrow night. Going into such a tough day, we had to dig deep in order to provide you with our best suggestions: let’s take a look at them:
- Damian Lillard (Portland Trail Blazers, 17.4 credits): The Portland Trail Blazers are coming off a huge win against the Houston Rockets, even though Lillard didn’t really shine as usual. On M47, they will take on the Denver Nuggets in a rematch of last year’s Western Conference simifinals: it’s time for redemption, it’s Dame Time!
- Ja Morant (Memphis Grizzlies, 11.8 credits): The Grizzlies had a terrible start in the bubble, going 0-3 against fellow Playoff contenders. With Jaren Jackson Jr. out for the remainder of the season, Rookie Of The Year candidate Ja Morant will have to bring his A-game to get his team to the post-season, starting with Thursday’s game against the Thunder.
- Mike Conley (Utah Jazz, 9 credits): There’s no point in sugarcoating it, his first half of the season was simply awful. However, since July 30th he seemed to have gone back to the Conley of old. In fact, he’s been one of the best of this struggling Jazz team. Our advice is to strike while the iron is hot!
- Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks, 24.5 credits): If anybody deserved a day off, it’s Giannis. The Greek Freak only played the first half in the loss to the Brooklyn Nets but we know he definitely wants to get back to winning ways after 2 losses in a row. The stakes are not that high, as the Bucks clinched the top seed in the Eastern Conference a while ago, but we know number 34 always wants to win: he won’t let you down.
- TJ Warren (Indiana Pacers, 12.7 credits): We might as well go ahead and call him The Bubble Sensation. In the first 3 games since the restart, Warren averaged close to 40 PPG and turned into one of the best fantasy players in the league. At least for a little while, you’re going to be able to get him on your team for a paltry amount of credits: what are you waiting for?
- Carmelo Anthony (Portland Trail Blazers, 9.8 credits): Melo is living his best life in Orlando, hitting clutch shots and proving doubters wrong. On Tuesday night, he took advantage of the Rockets’ small-ball, posting his third double-double of the season. We’re expecting to see his best version against the Nuggets, too.
- Rudy Gobert (Utah Jazz, 18.6 credits): The Utah Jazz had a seesawing start in the bubble, and so did Gobert. Now he wants to get back to his top shape, the one that made him one of the best fantasy players in the world.
- DeAndre Ayton (Phoenix Suns, 11.9 credits): Many fantasy coaches counted him out on M46, mainly because of the tough match-up against the Los Angeles Clippers. Not only did the Suns win, but Ayton went off for 19 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists: you can definitely expect him to top those stats against the Indiana Pacers.
- Thomas Bryant (Washington Wizards, 9.5 credits): After a quiet start, the 23-year-old has been nothing short of amazing in the bubble. The Wizards won’t get to the Playoffs, but they certainly found a very important resource for the 2020-2021 season. You can trust him against the New Orleans Pelicans.
- Quin Snyder (Utah Jazz, 9.6 credits): In their last game against the Grizzlies, the Utah Jazz got back in the win column after a 2-game skid. On M47 they will take on the Spurs in a match-up that favours them, even though it might be closely contested. The very best coaches will essentially be facing each other, so Snyder is the way to go on this one.