Basketball Monster for DFS/H2H/Roto

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Our Player Projections are obsessively managed from the preseason through the final day of the regular season, so you are never looking at stale data.
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Fantasy Analyst Content from Josh Lloyd and Kyle McKeown provided throughout the preseason and regular season.
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Head to Head
The Weekly Head-to-Head tool allows for current and future matchup planning - enter, evaluate, and save up to 10 total matchups per league - while the Daily Head-to-Head tool optimizes your lineup every day of the season.
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Our Projected Standings tool uses your league roster data and projects your end-of-season standings. For Yahoo! users, import your in-season standings and project the final standings based on trades or pick-ups.
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Quick Import all of your Yahoo!, CBS, or ESPN league's rosters for comparison, analysis, and advice with just a few clicks. Basketball Monster is fully customizable and stores your custom settings and information for up to 20 leagues. Enter custom projections, player positions, dollar values, and add custom player notes.
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Active Eric Bledsoe PHO, Active Open link
Bledsoe missed last game and is active for Wednesday (sore left knee).
Out Zach Randolph MEM, Out Open link
Randolph missed the past 3 games and is out Wednesday (sore knee).
Active Ricky Rubio MIN, Active Open link
Rubio is active for Wednesday's game (ankle).
Probable Dirk Nowitzki DAL, Active Open link
Nowitzki is probable for Wednesday's game (rest for back to back).
Out Tyson Chandler PHO, Out Open link
Chandler is out for Wednesday's game (illness). Alex Len gains 15 minutes.

John, Paul George, and Ringo

November 25, 2015 by Josh Lloyd

So, apparently Paul George came back being a significantly better player than he was before the injury and is a freak of medical nature. He dominated the Wizards and is thriving playing the four this season.


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Walker, Charlotte Ranger

November 24, 2015 by Josh Lloyd

Kemba Walker showed us what sort of point guard we could have on our hands if he learned how to shoot. Judging by what we've seen this season, maybe he has?


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It's Good To Have AD Back

November 23, 2015 by Josh Lloyd

So, Anthony Davis is back. The injury risk is a legitimate concern, but it's hard to complain when he turns in performances like he did Sunday.


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Week 5 Schedule Analysis

November 22, 2015 by Matt Smith

16 teams have four games this week giving weekly owners plenty of tough start/sit decisions. Of the teams with four games the Timberwolves, Bucks, Celtics and Cavaliers have the more fantasy friendly schedules, while the Suns and Hawks have the least. I’m not suggesting to start Michael Car...

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Kristaps It

November 22, 2015 by Josh Lloyd

All hail Kristaps Porzingis. I thought he would be good, but not this good, and not this soon. Porzingis eviscerated the Rockets in a big win for the Knicks, with Carmelo Anthony limited by foul trouble, in his best game of his career.


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Tyson Chandler- Tyson Chandler or Robin Lopez? [mappiah19]

Timofey Mozgov- Why did ESPN changed his status from O to DTD? I did not see any injury update. [mkmk]

Wesley Matthews- We're not assuming he's playing since it's the second of a back-to-back. Haven't heard anything yet. [kslight]

Wesley Matthews- Haven't seen any concern about him playing tonight on a back-to-back. Is he good to go? [jaywords1]

Rodney Hood- why are people dropping this guy? [garyhu]

Frank Kaminsky- have little to go on. hence why I want to look at production from the past week or two and put that into some usable (mental data) to make some speculative decisions...we all know 1 to 2 weeks info doesn't mean much but if that info leads somewhere ahead of the curve I'm all for the speculative add in the deep league. then if it doesn't work out like I hoped back to the wire they go [dyraks]

Nikola Jokic- Malone said, "I did not expect Nikola Jokic to be our starting center 14 games into the season. But he has earned it." [ncognito]

Frank Kaminsky- custom projection (unless I'm missing something) uses BBM projections I'm looking for actual per minute production over the past week or 2 then using that while I can input the minutes that I believe could be on the way. to get an idea of how a perticular player may develop given the opportunity. I'm looking at players that for whatever reason don't have a great history therefore BBM projections.. [dyraks]

Rodney Hood- why are people dropping this guy? [garyhu]

Victor Oladipo- Seriously Oladipo and Vucevic are the talent on this team. Skiles is an idiot. [jstutey]

Klay Thompson- Does this guy need a serious downgrade? Or are we still this confident? [#54982]

Serge Ibaka- Ibaka said that he's not going to seek out three-pointers as much this season, and he's been doing just that, averaging only 1.5 3Pt Attempts per game this season after averaging 3.2 3Pt Attempts last season. I don't know if I'd be buying low, because this production seems in line with his dip in FG% from last season. The only thing I'd expect Ibaka to improve upon is his current FT%, and it's only so low because he's taken so few attempts. [kylemckeown16]

Al-Farouq Aminu- ThisGuy - It depends who you'd be picking up from week-to-week, but I think Aminu's value is pretty secure and should be relatively consistent this season. He's probably one of your last guys, but he's a solid last guy in 10-team leagues with his contributions in most categories. [kylemckeown16]

Wesley Johnson- Only even consider adding him in deeper leagues. Doc Rivers has said that he will probably shuffle the SF position as needed this season. There is some small hope for a big role for Johnson, but that would likely only come true if Paul Pierce and Lance Stephenson were both to continue struggling. As things stand now, Johnson is unlikely to have a consistent enough role from game to game, even as a starter, to be worth using in standard leagues. [kylemckeown16]

Aaron Gordon- There's a part of me that is still holding out hope that Frye only plays limited minutes as the starter and Gordon's role increases off the bench, but I don't trust anything good to happen under Skiles' watch. [kylemckeown16]
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