Games This Week
Games Per Day
Mon - 11 games
Tue - 6 games
Wed - 10 games
Thu - 6 games
Fri - 9 games
Sat - 10 games
Sun - 5 games
Mon/Tue -CHI, MEM, PHI SAN, UTA, WAS
Tue/Wed - DET, MIA, NYK, ORL, PHO
Wed/Thu - DEN, GSW, POR
Thu/Fri -MIN, TOR
Fri/Sat -CHA, CLE, DAL, HOU, IND. MIA, MIL, ORL, SAC
Sat/Sun - GSW, NOP
The Warriors will give you five games this week, but don't really have any standard-league streaming assets - stay tuned into the injury reports, though, as their starters may very well get some rest days this week. Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday are quality-game days and only Minnesota and Philadelphia play all three of those days. Since Saturday may likely be a full lineup for you and Sunday only has 5 games total, don't wait until the weekend to stream, there are a lot of B2B's between Monday and Thursday so plan this week out early if you can.
Troy Daniels 17% ownership
Troy has scored 69 points, including 13 threes on 55% shooting. Expect that FG% to come down, but Memphis plays a Monday/Tuesday B2B and a quality game on Thursday, so Daniels' hype-train could well be worth the ticket price so long as some combination of Parsons, Ennis, and Carter remain sidelined.
Patty Mills 24% ownership
Tony Parker has missed his last two games and remains day-to-day so Mills could be looking at extended minutes this week. The Spurs open with a B2B and play a quality game for Thursday, so he's a great way to give you a nice bump in points, threes and some assists in an efficient manner.
Sergio Rodriguez 29% ownership
It sounds like Bayless was brought back too soon and will likely miss more time. At this point, we all know what Rodriguez is capable of but he has a hard time getting things going some games. The Sixer's have one of the most favorable schedules this week so if you need assists try and scoop him up before anyone else does and keep an eye on Bayless' injury updates.
Nik Stauskus 12% ownership
After a nice couple weeks, Stauskus missed a game and turned in a dud against Orlando, but got things going again in a start against the Celtics on Saturday. He remains a three-point specialist, though the FG% has definitely plummeted.
Wayne Ellington 14% ownership
The Miami guard rotation is anything but consistent, but they are desperate for shooters with Josh Richardson remaining sidelined with a lingering injury and Dion Waiter's being ruled out for the meantime. He has only shown flashes of being a standard league relevant shooter, but the young Ellington has a chance here to change that perception. He's mostly just been a points and threes guy in the past, but has 5 steals in his 4 games played so far. The Heat play two B2B sets this week which should lead to more minutes for the healthy Ellington.