Al Zeidenfeld (“Al_Smizzle”) is one of the top DFS guys and plays at the nose-bleed stakes. I trust him as much as any expert out there and it is not just because he was a former college basketball coach. When Zeidenfeld has a take, it is usually backed up with solid logic that seems to produce winners more often than not. If you are not familiar with him, Rotogrinders did a good interview with him last year and you can find it clicking here. In 2016, he won the Draftkings Milly Maker during Week 2. I highly suggest following him on one (or all) of the following platforms . . . Continue reading “Fantasy Star to Follow: Al Zeidenfeld”
The 2017 NFL season is still a couple of weeks away but if you are like most fantasy players, you are really starting to fine-tune your thoughts on the season. You may have had your season-long draft already. If not, you will be having it soon. Maybe you are getting ready for Week 1 of the DFS slates on FanDuel and Draftkings. Regardless, it is important to know what the experts think when it comes to various players. Below are the ranking links of some of the top fantasy experts around. They are worth a look before you draft your team or complete your roster.
When it comes to providing information and breaking down the upcoming NFL games, there are few better than Evan Silva. Each week, he does a game-by-game breakdown for Rotoworld. He will provide some predictions and give some advice but he typically sticks to facts and trends. This allows the reader to decide for themselves which action to take on which player. Silva is generally respected by most of the top fantasy players … whether they are season-long or DFS players.
There are two NBA Playoff games on FanDuel’s main slate. Washington is favored by 5.5 at home against Boston with a 218.5 game total. In the other game, Utah is a huge underdog as they travel to Golden State for Game 2. The Warriors are favored by 12.5 with a projected total of 204.5.
There are only two games on FanDuel’s main slate tonight. Both games are expected to be low scoring. The Spurs/Grizzlies game has a 190 O/U and the Bucks/Raptors game is at 195 for its’ projected total. Milwaukee is a slight home favorite even though they are down 3-2 in the series, while the Spurs are a 4.5-point road favorite leading the series tied 3-2.