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.
-Al Farouq Aminu’s minutes continue to be up and down depending on his energy any given night, playing just 22 minutes last night. It’s impossible to trust him.
-Anthony Davis is in a very similar situation, but is performing much better despite being limited to just 21 minutes last night.
-Thaddeus Young is back to playing almost 40 minutes per game.
-Dorrell Wright continues to play enough minutes to be a factor, reaching around 25-30 on most nights.
-DJ Augustin continues his improved play and has been seeing more minutes as of late. He won’t be a true factor until the Pacers decide to play him or George Hill at SG more.
-Michael Kidd-Gilchrist was the only Bobcat to play 30+ minutes in their blowout loss to the Pacers.
-Landry Feilds played 40 minutes again last night and appears locked into the starting SF role for the Raptors.
-Don’t let Kyle Lowry’s impressive line fool you, he only played 14 minutes last night, although some of that was due to an ankle injury.
-Amir Johnson played 26 minutes through an ankle injury of his own. As he gets healthy he should easily see 30+ each night.
-The Nets continue to spread minutes out evenly outside of their big two, Deron Williams and Joe Johnson.
-Matt Barnes and Jamal Crawford both played 30 minutes off the bench for the Clippers, and that should continue as long as Chris Paul is sidelined.
-It’s impossible to trust either Marcus Morris or Patrick Patterson right now, as they are both splitting PF minutes and neither has been consistent.
-Same story as usual for the Blazers, all the starters played at least 35 minutes.
-The Nuggets have finally turned Danilo Gallinari loose, playing him 42 minutes on Tuesday.
-Wilson Chandler is back and playing 20 minutes off the bench, but he’s tough to trust with Gallo and Iggy healthy.
-Not much to see for the Lakers in a blowout win, but Dwight is clearly just fine, playing 40 minutes. It looks like Antawn Jamison is back in front of Morris, Meeks and Ebanks, playing 29 minutes in the win.
-Beno Udrih has earned more playing time lately with solid play. He logged 26 minutes in the loss and siphoned time from both Monta Ellis and Brandon Jennings.
-John Henson continues to struggle eclipsing 20 minutes even in blowouts like last night. He’s someone to keep your eye on for now.
|Player||Team Name||Floor Time 1/15||Season Avg||Difference||Prev 4 Avg||Difference|
|Roger Mason Jr.||NOH||27||19.3||7.7||16||11|
|John Lucas III||TOR||12||10.9||1.1||4.2||7.8|