Daily NBA Fantasy Basketball Sleeper Picks – December 16

Okay, so yesterday’s picks worked out pretty good – I’ve gotten requests to post more mid-priced talent like last night, but that’s too easy in my opinion. I try putting my balls on the line each day with these picks and while throwing out winners like Rudy Gay & Eric Bledsoe is profitable, if you can’t find those guys on your own … you should probably stick to football.

If you are having trouble picking mid-range players – I highly suggest going to Daily Fantasy Rank (look for the link to the site you play on below this article). It really helps me determine what players are better than others depending on the site I’m playing on.

G – Rodney Stuckey at Indiana
Its for some reason been the ‘let Stuckey jack 15+ shots’ offense the last few games. His only upside is points but for some reason the Pistons coach is letting him fire away right now.

G – Marquis Teague vs Orlando
It’s a Teague party! You might want to double check that Kirk Hinrich is not playing/starting.

G – Lou Williams vs Lakers
A talented player who’s still working back from injury – appears to be doing pretty good. Had a good game last time out and is still pretty cheap on all sites.

G – Pablo Prigioni vs Washington
I don’t love his matchup tonight if he starts, but his last 3 games have been highly productive for a player at this price.

F – Hollis Thompson at Brooklyn
Hot or Cold type player we’ve mentioned before here. Michael Carter-Williams might be coming back soon, but not tonight, so if you feel like rolling the dice Thompson can be your man.

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