Author: Nicholas Volinchak

NBA Daily Fantasy Breakdown – 4/7/16

Welcome back to another edition of ResearchFantasy’s NBA Breakdown. Tonight we are looking at a 5 game slate, which is small, but playable. One game on the slate are under 200: TOR/ATL. Two games are under 210: CHI/MIA and SA/GS. Two games are under 220: PHO/HOU and MIN/SAC. I will likely shy away from both the TOR/ATL and SA/GS games and focus on the others tonight. On to the action! Points Guards: Stephen Curry- I know I said I wouldn’t be focusing on this game, but one exception would be Curry. This team hasn’t given up on being the...

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NHL Daily Fantasy Breakdown – 4/7/16

Welcome back for another edition of our NHL Breakdown. Tonight, we get a 13 game slate. This is possibly the biggest slate I have seen at least since the start of the year, and with NHL on its way out, marks on of your last opportunities to play on a large slate. Many people will be on baseball, but this is a great opportunity to play on one of the final nights of the NHL season. On to the picks! WINGERS: Alexander Ovechkin – Ovechkin finally had a big game against the Islanders on Tuesday night, and all the...

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MLB Daily Fantasy Breakdown – 4/7/16

Welcome to our MLB Daily Fantasy Breakdown! Today, there are several different slates, so I am getting this out early so you have time to play all of them. Last night was an interesting night to say the least. Many of the highly owned plays fell flat, which allowed lineups with some differentiation to run away with things.  In our cash games, we pivoted from Corey Seager and his goose egg to Carlos Correa, which basically in itself gave us the win. With that out of the way, lets move on to the picks: PITCHERS: Danny Salazar – Let me...

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MLB Daily Fantasy Breakdown Early Edition – 4/6/16

Welcome to our MLB Daily Fantasy Breakdown Early Edition! Today, we have a six game slate, which is enough to get me to jump in and play the slate. Yesterday, I was about an 80% owner of both Justin Verlander and Aaron Sanchez. They both pitched well, but both bullpens blew it for them. Sanchez still put up a nice score despite not getting the win. Most of the hitters panned out as well. With that out of the way, lets move on to the picks: PITCHERS: Carlos Carrasco – I have to preface by saying I am a huge...

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