Wednesday was filled with truly awful basketball games, but the streaming calendar continues and we've got a job to do!
Streaming slots means much, much more than just trying to pile up back-to-backs. It means looking as many as ELEVEN days in advance to maximize games played per roster move made.
It's playoff time in head-to-head leagues, and Dan Besbris goes deep into the (at times, boring) weeds on streaming schedules. Plus, a massive weekend recap to get you settled in for the true stretch run.
Mike Apotria joins Dan Besbris to tackle the massive 11-game DFS card, and the guys get into some of the weird emerging pickups and huge movers happening at the end of the month.
Dwight Powell and Kenneth Faried made noise as late-round centers emerging, Goran Dragic logged over 20 minutes in his second game back, and both the Lakers and Spurs are falling apart at the seams.
Dan Besbris breaks down gambling angles, NBA futures, and starts the discussion (to be continued on Twitter) of post-Break team-altering pickups.
Mike Apotria joins the madness for our 12th installment of DFS Day, providing listeners a foundation for their Wednesday evening DFS lineup and info on tonight's special Hoop Ball contest!
Dan Besbris and Mike Apotria break down the middle-of-the-night trade sending Tobias Harris to the 76ers, as well as the Marc Gasol rumors, and what players could (or should) benefit.
Kristaps Porzingis was traded! Anthony Davis is on ice! Aaron Bruski and Dan Besbris hit the monster stories of the week and take questions from the chat room!
Otto Porter hurt his toe. What does it mean? Well, we might as well go into it for a while.
Of course the Anthony Davis news broke AFTER the bulk of this show was recorded! But Mondays are for weekend resets, and this show is no different.
Mike Apotria rolls into town to help Dan with his DFS card, mostly trying to figure out how to pick the optimal mid-range guys for a DFS lineup!
Ante Zizic has some short term value, Jahlil Okafor came up from the depths of the sea, and Kenneth Faried hit the stopwatch on his Capela-less run.
Justin Holiday finally got a look in Memphis, but it was Omri Casspi who posted the decent line. Maxi Kleber is making a case for more ownership, but is it tied to DSJ's absence?
Mike Apotria joins Dan Besbris to preview the weekly Hoop Ball DFS contest at Draft Kings and give strategy to help Dan get over the hump and into the winner's circle!