His daily MLB premium article "Sanders' Studs", has quickly become a must read for all serious DFS players. You can also find Ricky every day on the RC Twitter account, providing FREE analysis via periscopes. Ricky is also a proud and active member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association.
Latest posts by Ricky Sanders (see all)
- Sanders’ Studs: MLB DFS Lineup Tips for Friday April 20 - April 20, 2018
- RotoCurve Radio: “Digging In” Podcast for Friday Apr. 20 with Ricky Sanders and Adam Pfeifer - April 20, 2018
- Sanders’ Studs: MLB DFS Lineup Tips for Thursday April 19 - April 19, 2018
Happy Tuesday and welcome to a crazy slate with some awesome GPPs across the main sites. The two late games feature the highest totals of the night, so they are probably not games you want to fully fade, but, man, there are an insane number of potential plays to choose from. Limiting them down is the tough part and this is probably a slate you want to multi-enter. If you do not, or you want to build a base, this is the article for you! Without further ado, let’s get to work…
Note: this article is typically based on salaries from both DraftKings (DK) and FantasyDraft (FDr)
Do not look now but Brook Lopez is looking a lot more like the All-Star version of himself he once was as he has topped 43 fantasy points in back-to-back games. There is one reason and one reason alone for his recent success: Coach Luke Walton is finally playing him for 30-plus minutes per game. Over the course of his last three games, Lopez has played 33.2 minutes per game and averaged 26.0 points per game (PPG), 4.3 rebounds per game (RPG), 3.0 assists per game (APG), 1.3 blocks per game (BPG) and 40.4 fantasy points per game (FPPG)…and one of those games came against this very Nuggets team. Tonight, the game is once again expected to be both high-scoring and remain close, so the game atmosphere is elite. While the price point may feel high for Lopez, remember he used to cost around $7,000 on a nightly basis when he was with the Nets. In a similar role with the Lakers, Lopez is now worth every penny of his $5,800 salary.