Andrew and Myles bring you the Sunday variety show with several approaches to the early Showdown slate and a super selection of value plays on the 3-game main slate.
Coach Joe Sarvadi and Mike Apotria react to an emotional Friday night and works on what we believe is the weirdest slate of games of the season thus far.
Andrew Hanson and Mike Apotria are back together for the seven-game Friday slate… and it’s filled with All-Star snubs and emotion.
Mike Apotria and Andrew Hanson, ripe with energy, put on their hard-hats, grab their shovels and go digging for value on a 6-game TNT Thursday.
Mike jumps and to break down the Wednesday’s six game slate and sees no reason to hop off of the Westbrook train just yet.
Coach Joe Sarvadi breaks down a potentially juicy Tuesday slate, with eight games on the docket. Big stars are playing, one key star is out to grieve, and handicapping an emotional week remains a big story.
Our Coach builds a DFS card, but more importantly, takes some time to reflect on Kobe and Gianna Bryant. It continues to be a very tough day in the NBA (and greater) landscape.
Andrew and Myles discuss the two-game early slate and a specific two-man stack in the main slate that they expect to be under the radar.
Never for lack of material, Coach Joe Sarvadi and Mike Apotria run a big one out there on this 5-game Saturday NBA card!
Mike Apotria and Andrew Hanson are reunited a day later than usual to hit yet another big card this week… a strange week of alternating huge and tiny slates, but always worth a deep dive!
Mike Apotria and Myles Hartley are here to break down a light Thursday card and look for the low-owned options to separate themselves from the pack.
Monday was big. Tuesday was tiny. Wednesday… is also quite large. Coach and Mike hit on the 12-gamer… plus, interesting pricing discrepancies at FD and DK caught the guys’ eyes.
One game? That’s all we got? Okay, then. Coach Joe Sarvadi isn’t about to take a day off from DFS, and our plucky host is building a lineup out of Clippers-Mavs!
With three morning games off the radar, Coach Joe Sarvadi tackles the 11-game evening slate in rapid-fire fashion. Thirty minutes, 11 games!
Andrew and Myles throw the listeners a curve ball (there may or may not be a garbage can involved) with their analysis of Nikola Jokic on this two-game card with three different tournament options to consider.