Tips Fantasy NBA M54

Here we are with all our tips for Matchday 54

Terry Rozier

We’re officially in the last month of Regular Season and we expect exciting performances from the teams fighting for a spot in the Play Off. Which players will make a real difference? Remember that Miami Heat will rest. So, both players (injured too) and coaches will receive their average score.


Trae Young (Atlanta Hawks, 18.7 cr): actually, Atlanta occupies the last available seat in the Eastern conference for the Play-In. To getting an additional safety margin on the closest rivals, the Hawks need a W against the new Pacers. A mission not impossible for Ice Trae.

Terry Rozier (Charlotte Hornets, 14.9 cr): in the previous matchup against OKC, he scored 24 points, 5 rebounds and 9 assists, with 36 PDk. For some time now he has improved his performances and he is gold for the FantaCoaches.


Scottie Barnes (Toronto Raptors, 13.3 cr): another player who is giving his best in the last games. It will be his first match against the King James, but we’re positive he will not be intimidated.

Jayson Tatum (Boston Celtics, 18.1 cr): the Celtics are coming off five wins in a row, also down to his performances. Luka Magic is a fierce competitor and the Mavs are not to be underestimated. Jayson has to put in place all his skills.


Evan Mobley (Cleveland Cavaliers, 13.6 cr): Allen’s injury got him a promotion to starting center. Mobley is called to a great responsibility task from Coach Bickerstaff: to defend the sixth spot in the Eastern Conference in order to directly access the Play Off. We’ve already seen he has all the capabilities.

Ivica Zubac (Los Angeles Clippers, 11.7 cr): attractive choice, considering that the Clippers will play at Detroit tonight at 19 p.m. (GMT) and we can follow live the match. The Croatian could serve us a tasty DD.


Doc Rivers (Philadelphia 76ers, 7.2 cr): after the loss against the Nets, the 76ers will be eager to get back on the track. The price is super affordable, hope they do not disappoint us.

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