Tips Fantasy NBA M55

Here we are with all our tips for the upcoming M55

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It’s time for another matchday. It’s M55 time

Ladies and gentlemen, we’re heading towards the final part of the season. We’ll have another two-rounded matchday for M55. Let’s have a look to our tips to create the best team that you can.


Dejounte Murray (San Antonio Spurs, 20.1 cr): this season he has proven to be a must pick for our teams. A player who can do it all and flirts with the triple double almost every game. This round he will face the OKC Thunder in an exciting matchup against Shai and it will be very interesting.

Darius Garland (Cleveland Cavaliers, 15.9 cr): the Cavs’ young star has been on an up-and-down streak in recent games. However, without Jarrett Allen he will be the one who will have to lead the team along with rookie Mobley. The match against the 76ers won’t be easy but we are sure he will give his best in a game like that.


Kevin Durant (Brooklyn Nets, 19.9 cr): KD is literally on fire. Two nights ago, he scored 50 points against the Knicks and in the last two games he realized at least 50 pdk. This round he will face the Orlando Magic and he could easily score lots of point once again.

Jalen Smith (Indiana Pacers, 8.2 cr): the former Suns member is having a good period of shape. He comes from the bench and in a limited minutes can realize a double double. The matchup against Steven Adams and Jaren Jackson is a though one, but we can trust him for another good score.


Nikola Jokic (Denver Nuggets, 27.9 cr): we know, it’s a very expansive choice. However, we cannot forget about the number one candidate for the MVP award. In addition, he will face the Wizards. Another triple double for the Joker?

Wendell Carter jr (Orlando Magic, 13.8 cr): an under-recommended player who’s performing particularly well this season. He’ll face the Nets in a complicated game, but we’re sure he’ll be able to prove himself under the rim and target a double-double as he’s been used to lately.


Gregg Popovich (San Antonio Spurs, 4.1 cr): we’ll go with the winningest coach in the NBA history. He will face the Thunder, and he might be a good option.

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