Tips Fantasy NBA M16

We are almost at the finish line, which means that every single game is going to be a thriller from now on, also fantasy-wise

Adebayo Centro degli Heat

Now that both the Conference Finals are underway, it’s all about picking the key players from every team and basically sticking to them, adding some role players here and there to save some credits. Let’s take a look at the best options for M16:


  • Kemba Walker (Boston Celtics, 11.6 credits): This is a must-win game for the Celtics and Kemba already proved to be the leader of the team in clutch time. Even if the Celtics were to lose again, number 8 would probably perform at a high level anyway.
  • Goran Dragic (Miami Heat, 10.8 credits): It really feels like the point guard just entered his prime. He’s been unbelievable so far in the bubble, allowing the Heat to lose only one game in these Playoffs. Hw can you not trust him?
  • Rajon Rondo (Los Angeles Lakers, 8.7 credits): Probably the best third wheel possible for LeBron and Anthony Davis. Rajon Rondo is exactly what the Lakers needed and, most importantly, he’s exactly what your team needs.


  • LeBron James (Los Angeles Lakers, 22.7 credits): After the MVP snub, LeBron is more fueled than ever and he’ll try his best to close the series as soon as possible. The only way to do that? By dominating, the way he’s been playing his whole life.
  • Jae Crowder (Miami Heat, 9.9 credits): One of the most pleasant surprises of the year, both on the court and fantasy-wise. Points, rebounds, defence: Crowder can do it all. The price is still pretty low, so you should definitely pick him.
  • Daniel Theis (Boston Celtics, 8.8 credits): The Celtics have to find a way to stop Adebayo in order to get a win, and it’s not just about defence, it’s also about making him work a lot on the defensive end. If Theis isn’t able to accomplish that, then the sweep is a real possibility.


  • Bam Adebayo (Miami Heat, 17.4 credits): He’s playing the Eastern Conference Finals as if he was on the playground with his friends: having fun and taking over games. The Celtics might not have the antidote for him, so it’s a safe bet.
  • Dwight Howard (Los Angeles Lakers, 7.4 credits): After having spent the last series on the shelf, Howard had an amazing performance in game 1 against the Nuggets. It’s crystal clear that Vogel is going to count on him this time around.
  • Enes Kanter (Boston Celtics, 6.6 credits): If we talk about being on the shelf, how can you not mention Enes Kanter? Nobody except the Celtics knew that he was going to play and, though he had been out for a while, he did very well: Robert Williams III is out and Enes Kanter is in.


  • Brad Stevens (Boston Celtics, 8.8 credits): Considering how good and well-coached they are, it’s very unlikely that the Celtics will go down 3-0 in the series. It’s not going to be easy, but we bet on Boston in game 3.

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