The NBA continues its season debuts with three games on Thursday, October 19th. The Oklahoma City Thunder and Los Angeles Lakers are sure to be the two most anticipated teams in action tonight.
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Forwards against the LA Lakers last year averaged +2.22 over projections for the year, leaving Blake Griffin in a good spot. Gallinari will get his touches, but if this turns into the Blake Show vs the Lake Show, Griffin will easily hit value for your cash games.
I’m thinking we won’t be playing too many Knicks this season, but on a 3 game slate, there are some decent options. If you’re feeling narrative street, Kanter against his former club is the way to go. Also, take a look at Tim Hardaway Jr. He put up over 5 threes per game last season averaging 14.5 points over 79 games. Vegas put the total at 214.5 for this game, so the faster pace should help the fantasy point production.
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- NASCAR – 8 lineups per month
- UFC – 2 per event
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