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Hyundai Tournament Of Champions 2015 – Daily Fantasy Golf – Player Picks Roundup

It’s a week and a half early but I’m just so excited for the new daily fantasy golf season and the Hyundai Tournament Of Champions 2015.

The field hasn’t been finalized and we expect as few as 30 players playing in this year’s edition, so that means, you’ll need something close to a perfect team to win this week.

Since there aren’t many golfers this week and I have some time on my hands, let’s discuss each golfer, not a at length, but just enough.

Kevin Streelman – He finished 3rd here last year in his first try. In that week, he finished 1st overall in putting. He’s been very hit or miss with the putter over the years. It seems he trades great years with average ones. However, he is an above average putter and that needs to be respected. If his value is right, he’s an interesting play.

Billy Horschel – He finished 6th here last year and I don’t see any reason why he can’t be a winner here. He’s an excellent putter and terrific iron player. With the wide and rolling fairways, he should have all the opportunity for throwing darts and dropping bombs. I’ll have him on my teams.

Geoff Ogilvy – He’s a 2 time winner of this event and has played well since July of 2014. He’s consistently one of the better putters on tour and should be taken seriously for this event. He may have a high price tag, in which case, I’d only sprinkle him on some tickets as there will be other value to be found. However, if for some reason he is not, he should find a place on your teams.

Jason Day – Rory Mcilroy is number 1 in the world, and in my opinion Jason Day is the number 2. He is a phenomenal putter and he’s in for a big year, barring injury. He’s my Master’s pick and my pick to win here. He’s on all my tickets.

Matt Kuchar – Over this course, he’s the most consistent golfer in this field. I expect him to be the second to third highest salary of the week. He’ll be on many of my tickets. Great putter.

Adam Scott- Very similar to Kuchar, and he’ll be number 1 or 2 in salary. Use him the same way you use Kuchar. Often.

Chris Kirk – He’s a tremendous putter and prognosticators have exulted him to a Ryder Cup mainstay for years to come, however, if he’s priced too high in this event, I may have to pass. It would be hard, but sometimes you must make tough decisions.

Justin Rose – Not sure if he’ll play, but I hope he does as he’s a definite pass for me. He’s all about top iron play, and on this course, I’d rather go with the percentages and take a putter. He’ll also be top 4 in salary and I’m not willing to pay that much for him. He had a really hot stretch but cooled off by the end of the year.

Angel Cabrera – I just don’t take him anymore unless he’s the cheapest guy in the field. It’s not worth the agony. Owning him is a sure fire way to become a manic depressive with all the highs and lows in every round.

Ryan Moore – Here’s a guy that’s all about the irons at this course. His putting rankings have always been in the bottom half of the field and he’s still managed a 10th and a 6th here. Unless he’s a discount, I probably won’t be paying for him this week.

Zach Johnson – Last years winner of this event and thus you’ll need to respect that. However, it was the 2nd year he actually putted well in his 7 trips here. The rest were pretty lack luster except for a 5th. Like Moore, unless he’s a discount, I probably won’t be paying for him this week.

Bubba Watson – This is a tough one. Thus is Bubba Watson. His putting statistics aren’t great, yet he’s won 2 Masters. His sweet spot is putting from 15-20 feet. However, for him this week, I think his iron play will matter more. He will be really long and have tons of short irons into greens. I’ll have him on some tickets, depending on his price.

Ben Crane – He’s mixed good results with poor ones over this course. I think he’ll be one of the cheaper players to take and based on his putting skills over the years, he’s definitely a guy to sprinkle on your tickets at a bargain price.

Patrick Reed – He finished mid pack last year and he’ll be a player that you never know what you’re going to get. I’ll probably have him around because he just goes for pins. He birdies and in daily fantasy, i’d rather have a guy who finished 16th and made 30 birdies than a guy who finished 6th and made 20.

JB Holmes – He’s not a good enough putter for me to take. He’s had a high finish here before when he was number 1 in greens in regulation. I’ll pass here.

Tim Clark – His strength is driving accuracy and that’s not a factor on this course, so i’ll be passing on him.

Scott Stallings – Poor track record here. Poor putter, not on my teams.

Hunter Mahan – He’s had 1 good outing and 2 poor ones over this course. His stats say he should excel over this course, however, he’s Hunter Mahan. I find him very untrustworthy for an expensive player. I never get it right when he plays well or plays poorly, so I’m not touching him at all.

John Senden – His one showing here was a 19th. He was a mainstay on my teams at the end of the year, but this is a new year. If he’s cheap, I’ll take him somewhere, if he’s on the expensive side, I won’t.

Sang Moon Bae – He finished 21st in his first outing here but he is a solid putter. His iron play isn’t high quality and that was his downfall here last year. I’m going to stay away.

Jimmy Walker – He finished 21st last year with good putting stats but lousy iron play. His GIR was abnormal here last year and if it gets on track, he’s right up at the top. I’m a big Jimmy Walker fan and I’m hoping to get a discount on him this week.

Charley Hoffman – Two starts and an average finish of 22nd place. His stats say he should play better over this course, so he’s all price dependent for me.

Russell Henley – Bad News: He finished 27th over this course last year. Good News: He didn’t putt well here last year and he’s one of the better putters on tour. Which means, he now knows what the greens are all about and can come back with experience. If he can be had for cheap, he’ll be on some of my rosters.

Camillo Villegas – In one word…… No.  I’ve just jinxed myself and he’ll win.

Steven Bowditch – He’ll be the cheapest player int he field possibly and he will not be on my team. He doesn’t putt well and his GIR is just as abysmal.

Matt Every – An intriguing player for the week. Over the past few years he’s ping ponged up and down in GIR stats and putting stats. He’s probably somewhere in the middle of all these stats, which means he’s above average in both. He will probably be a very affordable player to fill in for the low end and his poor driving distance and accuracy won’t matter much here. A nice longshot.

Chesson Hadley – Very inconsistent. I will not be touching him.

Brian Harman – I can’t find any knocks on him that will have me stay away. He’s above average in GIR and Putting, so he’s worth a pick at a good price.

Matt Jones – Not sure what to make of of Jones, so i’ll stay away. He’s just inconsistent from year to year in all stat categories that matter here.

Martin Kaymer – Probably not playing this week. I like him when he’s cheap, but not when he’s expensive. Odds are he’ll be expensive this week, if he plays, so I’ll stay away. If I do use him, it will be once.

Ben Martin – A real risk reward player that should find this course suits his game very well. He has a tremendous GIR and is terrific putter. Not terribly long or accurate, but as stated before, he’ll be able to get away with that here. If he’s cheap. he’s in play.

Hideki Matsuyama – I never take him on the right weeks and he always seems to screw me. I see him more as guy who excels on tougher courses. An excellent course manager. He’ll be higher priced this week and I’ll look elsewhere.

Rory Mcilroy – I’ve heard that he’s definitely not playing and I don’t think I need to say much about him. He can win anywhere.

Seung-Yul Noh – He’s only 23 and getting better. This past year he improved his GIR dramatically and won on tour, will this year be the year he fixes his putting? He’s all price dependent for me.

Kevin Stadler – Excellent tee to green player with a heinous putting stroke. If he has enough opportunities, he can drop them. What you’re taking here is his consistency. If his irons continue to be as good as they are, he’ll have an above average showing. with upside. Price dependent and health dependent. But probably worth a shot.

Robert Streb –  He’s coming in hot, if thats possible off a layoff. He’ll now become over priced in my opinion and I will stay away this time around, even though I like him.

Nick Taylor – A rookie winner already, but I’ll pass. The week he won lacked any of the big competition and then he went back to finishing in 56th place the next week. My pick for bottom 5.

Brendon Todd – Not a great long iron player but he’s good from mid range and in. He’s also a top putter. Tip Top! I really like him this week and he’s very consistent as well.  Will be on many of my teams. My sneaky play for the week. A real shot to win in my opinion.




Quest For $1000 – Day 55 – Daily Fantasy Football Picks – DraftKings Cash Game Tickets – UPDATE

Last night we got burned in the Orlando game and the high flying down the court was more like a half court offense. Basketball is getting the better of us lately, luckily, our favorite thing, daily fantasy football has arrived.

It’s quite an interesting week as we love so many quarterbacks and defenses. As always we will probably be changing things when we get more info on injuries etc.

So here we go for week 16 in the NFL. 10 x $1 50/50’s


Pos Player FPPG  
QB Drew Brees 22.7 swap out
RB Tre Mason 11.8 swap out
RB Pierre Thomas 11.9 swap out
WR Donte Moncrief 6.8 swap out
WR Jordy Nelson 21.8 swap out
WR Roddy White P 15.6 swap out
TE Rob Gronkowski 18.6 swap out
FLEX Steve Smith Sr. 14.7 swap out
DST Seahawks 7.9 swap out

Matthew Stafford – He is in an optimal situation, indoors would be better, but the weather is going to be nice according to my sources. This defense is bad and the whole team is in disarray. My biggest fear is Jimmy Clausen, the backup on Chicago. I fear turnovers for touchdowns and Stafford won’t even have to throw the ball. The Qb I like that is cheaper is Joe Flacco. I think it’s a good spot against a bad pass D, but also, they have a bum QBing and I also fear the Defensive TD’s. If I were to spend higher, it would be on Tom Brady.

Fred Jackson – I’m still waiting to hear info on CJ Spiller involvement this week, but here’s an optimal game for Jackson to not just get catches but rushing yards. He’s a very high floor and this week I think he has a high ceiling against a terrible run defense in Oakland. Buffalo believes in themselves. They will play hard.

Tre Mason – I don’t understand why expert prognosticators don’t have Mason ranked way higher. This guy has faced tough run defenses all year. Arizona, Denver, San Fran, Seattle, Washington.  Alll ranked in the top 10 and some he’s played twice. Some he’s played well against, others not. When he’s played bad ones, he’s played well. He’s now the only guy in that backfield and he’s facing a GIANTS run defense that’s atrocious. This is optimal in every way and his price is dirt cheap. Also, it’s not like they throw the ball well.  As far as game flow, I think the St. Louis Defense will dictate everything. There will be turnovers created and great field position for Mason to do a lot of damage. He’s so cheap for a guy that will carry at least 20 times. If I lose on him, so be it. I made the right decision.

Calvin Johnson – I don’t normally play a receiver and a wideout but how can you not play Calvin versus the Bears. He destroyed them on Thanksgiving and the Bears have actually gotten worse. I wish his price was cheaper, but I I can’t have my cake and eat it too.

Harry Douglas – I’m going back to the well with this guy. His price has come up but if Jones doesn’t play again, he’s in another optimal situation against New Orleans indoors. This is a huge game and there’s no reason to expect a dud. This will be a shootout. If Jones plays, this pick will change.

Steve Smith Sr. – First, his price has come down to a mere 4100. So i think he’ll be able to reach his value. Second, I think Steve Smith Sr. is in for a big game. Before I get to the Houston pass defense. Lets discuss the Houston Offense. They have 3rd or 4th stringer starting, so they will be all over trying to run the ball. If I’m Baltimore, I don’t want Houston to be in the game from the get go. I would abandon the run and just pass into a way below average pass defense. Why let them hang around by making this a running game on both sides. They give up many big plays in the air and are average at sacking the QB. He may not get the targets of Torrey Smith, but he’ll get some deep shots on Sunday.

Rob Gronkowski – I wanted to take other players but I stuck with Gronk. He’s in a greta situation as always and he’ll get his catches, and yards with some upside.

Donte Moncrief – As of now it’s Moncrief, as It looks like TY Hilton might not be playing. If so, he’d be a starter and will get tons of targets. NO TY. NO BRAINER. But this could change and so would this pick.

RAVENS D – I wanted to take the Seahawks but I needed to save some money. This could be a field day against a 4th string QB. Shutout and everything else is on the table. Others to consider would be Detroit against Clausen.

QB Matthew Stafford 17.7 swap out
RB Fred Jackson 13.5 swap out
RB Tre Mason 11.8 swap out
WR Harry Douglas Q 11.0 swap out
WR Calvin Johnson Q 18.4 swap out
WR Steve Smith Sr. 14.7 swap out
TE Rob Gronkowski 18.6 swap out
FLEX Donte Moncrief 6.8 swap out
DST Ravens 9.5 swap out

Quest For $1000 – Day 54 – Daily Fantasy Basketball Picks – DraftKings Cash Game Tickets UPDATE!

Hi all! must be quick today as it’s wife appreciation night.

Last night we sucked. We still had a shot going into the last game remarkably but then Collison sucked and we lost all 3 tickets.

Tonight we try again, and we’ll be playing 6 x$1 50/50’s.

Here’s our lineup.

Lets go Meeks!


Teletonic IN. Faried OUT!

Pos Player FPPG  
PG Dennis Schroder 17.4 swap out
SG James Harden 48.6 swap out
SF Tobias Harris 34.0 swap out
PF Dirk Nowitzki 31.7 swap out
C Al Horford 28.8 swap out
G Jodie Meeks 0.0 swap out
F Kenneth Faried Q 22.9 swap out
UTIL Victor Oladipo 27.7 swap out


Quest For $1000 – Day 53 – Daily Fantasy Basketball Picks – DraftKings Cash Game Tickets

We cleaned house in football on the weekend thanks to the trio of ODB, Jeremy Hill and Harry Douglas. We won all 10 of our tickets and that brings our quest total up to $60.60. We just sped through the 50 buck level, lets try and keep this going.

For our daily fantasy basketball picks tonight, we’re going to play 3 x $1 50/50’s and we feel good about everything so far. We expect there to be a lot of late changes, especially due to Dwayne Wade sistuation, so come back and check out updates.

Darren Collison – He’s coming off a bad game and should bounce back. Without Cousins still, he gets more opportunities to score. His value was very good for a consistent cash game player.

Bradley Beal – He is in a favorable matchup and his price isn’t high at all. He’s very consistent and we like that.

Williams – without Bosh and Mcroberts we think Williams benefits the most at his cheap price.

Dirk Nowitzki – Last time he played the Knicks, he lit them up. No reason to think he can’t do it again at a very reasonable price.

Marc Gasol – without Bogut playing, I couldn’t resist taking gasol in what might be more of an uptempo game.

Tim Hardaway Jr. – We neded another cheap guy and went with Hardaway. If Jr Smith doesn’t play, it’s all the better but he’s been getting minutes and minutes equal points.

Draymond Green – He’s also a good value and we couldn’t resist. He does more the score, so we like his ability for cash games.

Tyson Chandler – he won’t have 25 boards like he did last time against Knicks, but he will get the consistent rebounds we want. He’s a safe cash game play to us with upside of a repeat.

Pos Player FPPG  
PG Darren Collison 33.7 swap out
SG Bradley Beal 24.2 swap out
SF Shawne Williams 17.8 swap out
PF Dirk Nowitzki 31.7 swap out
C Marc Gasol 39.2 swap out
G Tim Hardaway Jr. 13.6 swap out
F Draymond Green 31.9 swap out
UTIL Tyson Chandler 31.3 swap out

Quest For $1000 – Day 52 – Daily Fantasy Football Picks – DraftKings Cash Game Tickets – UPDATE 2!

I did a whole write up and it didn’t save. So for now, I’ll just post my current lineup and say that it will probably change. We found there to be lots of value this week, so we went with a balanced squad, all with upside potential.

We won both our daily basketball tickets the other night and our new quest total is at $52.60

This week we’re doing 10 x $1  50/50’s.

Also a note, we will not be doing basketball tonight as we won’t have the time needed before the game to concentrate on all the switches. If you do not have that time, we suggest not playing.


Pos Player FPPG  
QB Mark Sanchez 18.4 swap out
RB Justin Forsett 17.7 swap out
RB Jeremy Hill 12.2 swap out
WR O. Beckham Jr. 21.5 swap out
WR Harry Douglas P 9.3 swap out
WR DeAndre Hopkins 16.9 swap out
TE Delanie Walker 12.3 swap out
FLEX Fred Jackson 13.6 swap out
DST Seahawks 7.8 swap out


Mark Sanchez- we moved him in when we paid more attention to the over under. it’s high! We just felt he was safer than Anderson with some upside. Dallas offence didn’t come to play last time, this time they should, and there should be more passing.

Harry Douglas – it looks more and more like no julio jones. they’ll need to plat catchup in this high over under so Douglas could get upwards of 10 targets.

Deandre Hopkins – We were on Evans and dead against Hopkins. What changed? it doesn’t look like andre johnson’s going to play. this should add 3-5 more targets hopkins way.

delanie walker – he had 10 targets last game and theres no reason to think he won’t get the same this week.

fred jackson – he has a high floor in a game where they should be playing from behind. it could also be windy, so short passes will rule. the packers d isn’t great either, especially running. 100 all purposes yards looks pretty good.

Pos Player FPPG  
QB Mark Sanchez 18.4 swap out
RB Justin Forsett 17.7 swap out
RB Jeremy Hill 12.2 swap out
WR O. Beckham Jr. 21.5 swap out
WR Harry Douglas P 9.3 swap out
WR DeAndre Hopkins 16.9 swap out
TE Delanie Walker 12.3 swap out
FLEX Fred Jackson 13.6 swap out
DST Ravens 8.5 swap out


Derek Anderson – He’s the cheapest qb available and going up against a poor defense at home. He’s a serviceable backup on a team that still has a chance to make the playoffs. He performed well the first time he played them this year and his floor is high due to his low price.

Justin Forsett – Baltimore needs a win and to do so,they need to run the ball. This is a dream matchup against a poor Jaguars run D. I think he’s an elite runner at a discounted price.

Chris Johnson – We needed to save some money, so we took Johnson. He’s in a split time situation but we think he’s the more explosive of the 2 against a really bad run defense in Titanland. Here’s a game the Jets can win and they can do it by running. Both rib’s may be in for big days.

TY Hilton – He had a huge day the last time these 2 teams hooked up. Also, we think Andrew Luck will want to get back on the train and throw throw throw after last week. He’s not cheap but he’s also not as expensive of some other guys. We also thought about taking Jordy Nelson here, but opted for the player against the worse defense.

Mike Evans – Last week, the Carolina defense looked good and we have no idea where that came from because they’re not. They are middle of the road at best. We think Evans is at a nice discount to the big receivers this week with big upside potential. We thought about taking both Eagle receivers here as they are also dirt cheap but if you look at the last game against Dallas, they really ran ran ran.

Roddy White – Here’s some exposure to what should be a shoot out. Julio Jones is a game time decision and we actually hope he plays. Before the last two weeks, White had been getting a lot of attention, so we think that could swing back to White and we’d love the Julio Jones decoy. He could have a big day. We thought about Deandre Hopkins here, but like the Eagles, the last time Houston played the Colts, it was run run run, even when they were far behind.

Martellus Bennett – Without Marshall, he gets tons of targets.  It’s as simple as that. Many will be back on Jimmy Graham, but even before the last 2 games, we were noticing he was only getting garbage time catches. So we’re not to sure that a rebound is imminent. We also thought about Delanie Walker but we thought Bennett was more of a sure thing and with upside.

Jeremy Hill – He was really cheap and supposedly he’ll be used more than Bernard this week. Cleveland played well against the Colts last week because the Colts can’t run the ball well and that’s big weakness for the Browns. So here’s a team that can run and Hill will be a big benefactor. If the Bengals want pressure off Dalton, the balance must be there.

Baltimore D – They are playing Jacksonville at home. That’s all. Nothing more. Nothing less.


Pos Player FPPG  
QB Derek Anderson 6.8 swap out
RB Justin Forsett 17.7 swap out
RB Chris Johnson P 8.2 swap out
WR Mike Evans 18.3 swap out
WR T.Y. Hilton P 20.7 swap out
WR Roddy White P 15.3 swap out
TE M. Bennett 15.6 swap out
FLEX Jeremy Hill 12.2 swap out
DST Ravens 8.5 swap out

Quest For $1000 – Day 51 – Daily Fantasy Basketball Picks – DraftKings Cash Game Tickets

We apologize for our spotty updates lately, but we’ve had a perfect storm of events in the personal life. Wife in hospital and two relatives passing away. I’ll try not to be such an asshole today.

We won all three of our 50/50’s the other day, which brings us above the $50 mark for the first time to $51.00

Tonight we’re going to play 2 x $1 50/50’s on this very short slate

Irving IN – as Lebron OUt

Dellavedova IN

Ariza OUT

Beverly OUT


Pos Player FPPG  
PG R. Westbrook 42.8 swap out
SG Dion Waiters 16.7 swap out
SF Rudy Gay 38.2 swap out
PF Jason Thompson 16.6 swap out
C Reggie Evans 16.5 swap out
G Patrick Beverley 26.7 swap out
F Tristan Thompson 21.3 swap out
UTIL Trevor Ariza 29.3 swap out

Quest For $1000 – Day 50 – Daily Fantasy Basketball Picks – DraftKings Cash Game Tickets – Update!

Before we get to daily fantasy basketball, let us recap the zaniness of football and last nights basketball. We were well on our way to cashing all our football tickets last night until Lacy got hurt and Starks picked up the yards that should have been his, and we ended up cashing 6 of our 10 tickets. In hindsight, we should have never switched off Newton, as I Ioathe Kaepernick. We would have cake walked to victory. Then, last night in basketball, we were also on track to sweep all our tickets, but the last game ended up going to overtime and we cashed 2 of our 3 tickets.

This brings our total to $48.60, down .20 cents from our last update. Tonight we’re going to play another 3 x $1 50/50’s.


sorry for late update. life happened and wasn’t able to get to computer after making late change.

Pos Player FPTS  
PG Cory Joseph 0 swap out
SG Courtney Lee 9 lock
SF Rudy Gay 0 swap out
PF Ed Davis 0 swap out
C Chris Bosh 0 swap out
G Darren Collison 0 swap out
F Zach Randolph 4.5 lock
UTIL Markieff Morris 0 swap out

Joseph – He’s starting as Parker is hurt.

Wade – High paced game against a team that was in overtime, should take advantage.

Gay – No Cousins again means the offence come through him.

Davis -He’s now starting and his numbers should increase.

Hill – Up against a team with no Cousins, he should have an easy time on the boards.

Collison – Like Gay, without Cousins, he needs to take more offensive responsibility.

Randolph – The Mavericks D isn’t that impressive and plays up tempo basketball. He should be solid on the boards for a high ceiling tonight.

Vasquez – He’s cheap enough to pay off his salary as a starter. He’s getting 25 fantasy points a game with Derozan out.

Pos Player FPPG  
PG Cory Joseph 16.9 swap out
SG Dwyane Wade 36.9 swap out
SF Rudy Gay 38.2 swap out
PF Ed Davis 20.3 swap out
C Jordan Hill 29.9 swap out
G Darren Collison 33.3 swap out
F Zach Randolph 33.7 swap out
UTIL Greivis Vasquez 19.2 swap out

Quest For $1000 – Day 49 – Daily Fantasy Basketball

We must be quick today as I’m playing nurse to my family still.

Our Football is still up in the air going into tonight so we cross our fingers. Go Lacy!

In unrelated Quest news, we won the draftkings dfs 12k for golf over the weekend. Our first golf win after coming close on many occasions.

Sidenote: I cut the tips of three of my fingers and typing this really really hurts.

We are playing 3 x $1 50/50’s tonight.

Pos Player FPPG  
PG Kyle Lowry 40.5 swap out
SG Rodney Stuckey 21.1 swap out
SF Rudy Gay 37.8 swap out
PF Mirza Teletovic 21.7 swap out
C J.J. Hickson 20.5 swap out
G Darren Collison 33.6 swap out
F Wilson Chandler 27.0 swap out
UTIL Greivis Vasquez 18.9 swap out


Quest For $1000 – Day 47 – Daily Fantasy Basketball Picks – DraftKings Cash Game Tickets –

We had a family emergency here and I wasn’t able to get my picks up in time. But I still made the tickets. We’re playing 6 x $1 50/50’s after going 2 0f 6 last night.

I’ll have better total update tomorrow but must go back and tend to my wife.

Pos Player FPTS  
PG Jose Calderon 0 lock
SG Tyreke Evans 0 swap out
SF Harrison Barnes 0 swap out
PF A. Stoudemire 0 lock
C Omer Asik 0 swap out
G Damian Lillard 0 swap out
F Luke Babbitt 0 swap out
UTIL Stephen Curry 0 swap out

Quest For $1000 – Day 46 – Daily Fantasy Basketball Picks – DraftKings Cash Game Tickets – UPDATE!!!

Last night the scoring was high and even if it wasn’t, our daily fantasy basketball picks just weren’t up to par. I blame my wife for ruining my concentration and people at work not letting me do my enough daily fantasy research. I hate them all!!!!!!!!

So we lost a couple bucks yesterday and our total went down to $44.80. Tonight we’re going to play 6 x $1 50/50’s and we’re gonna win!!


Carter Williams OUT. Rondo IN.

Harris OUT. Josh Smith IN.

Here’s our roster….

Carter Williams – Without Wroten to steal his minutes, he’s a triple double possibility every night. He fills up every category on the stat sheet and plays 30 plus minutes.

Jimmy Butler – His salary still hasn’t caught up to his production and he just does the same thing every game. He’s cash game player for us.

Rodney Hood – He’s starting tonight and he’s 3000 bucks. If he get 20 minutes, he should be able to reach value.

Pau Gasol – He’s lifting this team on his shoulders and playing monster minutes. Double Double. Cash game main stay.

Tyson Chandler – He was the safety play at centre to us. Doesn’t always need points to reach his value and rebounds like a fiend. He gets some assists, steals and blocks too.

Mo Williams – As long as he’s starting and his salary remains low, he’ll be on our roster or at least in consideration. If he plays 30 minutes, he’ll definitely hit his value.

Tobias Harris – This was the wild card in our selection today. We liked some cheaper guys but had all this money to spend, so we went up and took Harris. He’s only had less than 30 fantasy points in 2 of his last 10. That’s pretty good.

Greivis Vasquez – He’s starting and should reach his value and then some. Will be the most highly owned player tonight.

PG M. Carter-Wil… 33.8 swap out
SG Jimmy Butler 37.6 swap out
SF Rodney Hood 10.3 swap out
PF Pau Gasol 42.3 swap out
C Tyson Chandler 31.6 swap out
G Mo Williams 24.5 swap out
F Tobias Harris 34.5 swap out
UTIL Greivis Vasquez 18.4 swap out