• VinnyT87

    Reading the Grind Down will teach you that you never should target the Jazz or the Spurs or the teams facing them. Don’t buy it. It took me a year to figure this out. There are always points to be had, you just gotta figure out where they are at. Don’t buy Kyle Lowry stellar D, especially on the road. Don’t fade a star against the Jazz, because more ofthen than not, he will go Duke Ellington on them, and you’ll forget about 1-2 weeks later. Noto does great work, but he also helps create what is effectively the Beta of the DFS market. Don’t be a beta, be an alpha

    Target the Braves and the Padres, and not just the Rockies

    Target the 49ers and Vikings (ok maybe not the Vikings)

    Target West Bromwich of Albion

  • J2B

    What Orlando player did well vs Utah ?

  • KindGuy

    @J2B said...

    What Orlando player did well vs Utah ?

    This guy:

  • stevietpfl

    Morning Grind co-host, Lead NASCAR Analyst

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    Orlando Magic vs. Utah Jazz ended 87-74
    Detroit Pistons vs. San Antonio Spurs 86-96

    While there is always fantasy points to be scored against these two teams, you’re taking an extreme risk in cash games, and lowering your ceiling in tournaments. Gasol had a big game last night against Drummond, and Gasol still wasn’t on the winning lineups last night. It’s very rare that I would target players against these two teams, and completely understand where Noto is coming from.

  • DomTwan

    dont you DARE question anything Notorious says.

    I treat it as GOSPEL.

  • Tammy409

    I just awoke to somewhat of an epiphany re Dfs writeups and RG groupthink and POV’s… I tend to think most overcomplicate things as it is incredibly easy to cash on Draftkings and don’t tally understand the “Who do you like for cash? Boris Diaw or Larry Jr.? pablum… However, last night’s NBA slate was tighter than a snare drum, where one Nacho Hernangomez late rebound took one LU from losing to doubling dollars; so while I feel like the articles outlining all these micro-factors are written for the masses just happy to hit the cutline, and thus seem like overkill, I’m just now realizing that perhaps I’ve plateaued as a ‘very solid’ Dfs’er who perhaps -should I want to really be ‘very profitable’‘ AM the one who needs to mind the minutia moreso going forward…

    The tiny differences are meaninglessly moot generally if goal is to ‘Cash’… Perhaps not so insignificant if goal is to hit 5-10x cashline; to hit top 1% in Gpp’s each night…

    Tx to O.P. and others for the E C.T. and Good Grinding to All!

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