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Fantasy Basketball News: December 15 Recap, Risers, Fallers

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Welcome to RotoBaller NBA Recap. In this feature, we’ll be highlighting some of the main fantasy basketball takeaways from games played in last night’s leaderboard. These views can be both positive and negative and will hopefully help provide insight into the different squad moves you should consider making based on trends and statistical nuggets from around the world. Associations.

Fantasy basketball has a lot of moving pieces with all the different scoring settings that can be played, so I’ll always do my best to highlight where players gain or lose value in certain numbers. certain types of games. For simplicity and consistency, every time I refer to Virtual Scores in these articles, I will use DraftKings’ scoring system, which is as follows: 1 * PTS, 0.5 * 3 pm, 1.25 * RBD, 1.5 * AST, 2 * STL , 2 * BLK, -0.5 * TO. On top of that, bonus points are awarded for Doubles (+1.5) and Triples (+3), only one point per player at a time.

Without further ado, let’s dive right into the list of the latest games from the 2021 season and try to figure out how to capitalize on what we’ve seen throughout.

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Wednesday, December 15

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Devonte ‘Graham reverse the victory of New Orleans; Anthony Edwards hit the 10 (!!!) career lead to put Minny above Denver

Although the SGA ended as a fantasy match in the top 13 and Graham barely broke into the top 50 in DK’s Wednesday standings, the consecutive three-pointers they took to close Yesterday’s match back was crazy. Check it out if you haven’t already, as the description here is rather lacking in how great it is. About that game and what interests us most, Brandon Ingram was an absolute scoring threat with 34 rebounds to his name while adding an 8-4-1 rest carrying the Pels.

Staying at the West, Anthony Edwards had one of his best games ever (such as during his one-of-a-kind professional years), hitting triples against a team Nugs without an answer to stop the sophomore team on Wednesday. Ant gets 10 steps on 21 shots from the field, was able to maintain a silly 66.7% turn rate at night and add a 5-1-1-1 scoreline to his total of 38 appearances. Only Gordon Hayward topped that outing with 41 crates, but no one cares about Gordo so that’s okay.

  • Nikola Jokic with his sixth double of the season in another game where efficiency is the name of his game. Joker sealed the score at 27-10-11 after just 35 minutes of play at an average rate of 1.76 FP/min. And the fools are trying to turn the MVP race into a two-man rivalry between Steph and KD… Man.
  • Jrue’s Day bring Bucks to a W with both Giannis and Khris. It all ended 26-4-14-1 in a day where Milly was somehow able to score a 21-0 win in the fourth inning to break Indiana’s chance in a discomfort. Perhaps the Pacers were right in thinking that they should work on rebuilding as soon as possible.
  • Yelling Rudy Gobert for his stupid 20-17-3 with a couple of swings to cherry-pick the top of a 27-minute super low-maintenance performance, where he completely outstripped Jokic’s per-minute performance by capacity 1.86 FP/min. Oh man.
  • Rockets have yet to complete any kind of transaction – they will eventually, because #tankzn – and one of the names in the rumor stock is of Christian Wood. I say that because rookie Alperen Sengun is the real deal, folks. Yesterday’s full table’s most valuable match thanks to a ridiculous 19-11-5-2-1 straight line full of good things.
  • Vets Night took place yesterday with Terrence Ross and Eric Bledsoe both have over 40 awesome DKFP games for Magic and Clips. T-Ross scored 18 points with 7 boars, 8 dimes and 2 stocks; and EB poured 21 pops (4 treys) and the rest 5-8-1 with 80% shot on 10 FGA on Jazz forehead.
  • Mo Wagner rather than Good Wagner with a stunning 19-6-1 win in just 18 minutes of play outside of halftime Orlando added to his crime partner T-Ross … in his losing effort. Magic before the Hawks.
  • Son of a Greg Cole Anthony failed to get a break yesterday, finished low 7-5-5, scored 21% putrid on 14 FGA and flipped the ball 4 times for Magic in 34 cumbersome minutes on the field. However, Anthony has played great this season, so don’t worry about killing himself because he’s usually better than nothing.
  • Jarret Allen and Kelly Oubre each played for less than 18 minutes but their roster couldn’t be worse because of their price/availability. Afro A with 6-9-4-0-2 and Kelly with a foul 3-1-1-1 and only 5 shots of the day. Sorry.
  • Paul George missed another game for the Clips, just like teammate Nico Batum… Kuza and Dinwiddie are back with Wizards but sucked in… Speaking of Wiz Kiz, Thomas BryantHis return from his lengthy torn ACL recovery will happen at some point in January… Trae Young, Chris Duarte, Daniel Gafford, and Reggie Jackson with multiple scares throughout the day but still end up going back to court… So unlucky is Markus Howard, left early with a knee problem and never returned to the field – the Nuggets are definitely cursed, boy.

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