Minutes To Win It: Daily Fantasy Strategy. In this article we break down big minute players to increase your chances of winning daily fantasy tonight. The amount of time each player is on the floor is a huge factor in daily fantasy strategy, the chart below is a great road map to your success.
Hakim Warrick has now started for the Bobcats and played back-to-back games of 30+ minutes since battling the flu. He is clearly ahead of Tyrus Thomas on the PF depth chart right now.
Ben Gordon played another solid dose of minutes (30) and is locked into his scoring guard role off the bench.
Jared Sullinger’s dip in minutes was exclusively due to the foul trouble he incurred early and often last night.
Jason Terry and Courtney Lee are both relegated to inconsistent bench roles with both Rondo and Avery Bradley healthy.
Luol Deng, Carlos Boozer and Joakim Noah will all continue to play heavy minutes for the Bulls.
All the Hawks players saw limited minutes due to their ugly blowout defeat at the hands of the Bulls.
The minutes for the Wizards and Magic are both skewed from last night due to the blowout and the return of Big Baby to the active roster for the Magic.
Wayne Ellington got the start for Rudy Gay (personal) and played extended minutes for the Grizzlies. Tony Allen also continues to play heavy minutes on the wing as well.
Lamar Odom played 32 minutes in the Clippers blowout win, while both Jamal Crawford and Eric Bledsoe played at least 27 minutes with Chris Paul out.
Dante Cunningham played 38 minutes again starting for Kevin Love and the Timberwolves clearly prefer him to Derrick Williams (25 minutes) at this point.
Elton Brand played 30 minutes off the bench for the Mavs because Chris Kaman couldn’t contain Nikola Pekovic.
All the Wolves backcourt players played between 21-26 minutes in this one and expect that to continue until Rubio’s minutes limit is lifted.
Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh remained on the bench during the 4th quarter Heat comeback on Monday. It was not injury related.
Marvin Williams returned to the lineup to play 35 minutes and do his usual nothing, dropping a streaking Randy Foye back to just 21 minutes.
Shannon Brown played a season-high 43 minutes for the Suns with Jared Dudley out of the lineup. He’s expected to return Thursday.
The Thunder couldn’t get much going outside of their big 2 on Monday and Kendrick Perkins saw increased minutes again because Serge Ibaka sat again.
Goran Dragic’s minutes are way down with Sebastian Telfair playing well off the bench.
Thomas Robinson continues to see extended minutes off the Kings bench (27) and is outplaying Jason Thompson right now.
The Cavaliers have no choice but to continue to ride Tristan Thompson and Tyler Zeller for heavy minutes until Anderson Varejao returns.