After a busy and dynamic Draft session, we’re back with our tips for Fantasy NBA M45. We are still adjusting to some players with new teams, so let’s take a look at our picks, but first, keep in mind that Los Angeles Clippers, Milwaukee Bucks, and Phoenix Suns will rest. Therefore, both players (including injuries) and coaches will receive their average score.
Dejounte Murray (San Antonio Spurs, 15.7 cr): In his first game back against his former teammates, Murray has a chance to put up a massive performance against a weakened San Antonio Spurs team.
Anthony Edwards (Minnesota Timberwolves, 15.2 cr): Edwards has been named an All-Star Game replacement and will have more responsibility in the team with DLo headed to the Lakers. Facing the new Dallas Mavericks team will be a challenging but exciting opportunity for him to show off his skills.
Brandon Ingram (New Orleans Pelicans, 12 cr): With his return from injury, the Pelicans have won three consecutive games and are closing the gap on the Western Conference’s top six spots. Ingram is a player that makes the difference and could play a critical role in the Pelicans’ quest for a playoffs spot.
Julius Randle (New York Knicks, 19.9 cr): Randle is the tireless man of the team, scoring, rebounding and assisting. Randle should have a little less responsibility with the arrival of Hart, leading to increased stats and more playing room.
Thomas Bryant (Denver Nuggets, 9.3 cr): Bryant’s arrival is a surprise for the Nuggets but he has the chance to make an impact, especially against the Hornets who are currently without their starting center.
Nick Nurse (Toronto Raptors, 6.4 cr): The Raptors face the Pistons in round two. Look out for key players FVV and Siakam who can make a big difference. A win is crucial for the Raptors after their loss last night.