FanDuel Tourney #4 Tonight!
SB Nation FanDuel tournament number four is on tap for tonight. I've made totally sure that you will be in contention for the big dollars so join using this link, read the tasty tidbits below, pick your team, and leave your lineup in the comments. Then brag your ass off on Twitter using #FanDuelSBN. Extra points for extra obnoxiousness.
Time for the Suns to get back on track. Phoenix has dropped three straight, but the week ahead looks promising. The Suns have five consecutive games against opponents with sub .500 records. First up though is Detroit, who took the purple and orange to the wire on November 19th.
Who loves the Pistons?
P.J. Tucker. Last time the Pistons and Suns tangled, Tucker shot 6 of 8 from the field and hit 2 of 4 from behind the arc for 16 points to go with 7 rebounds. He also did not commit a turnover in 30 minutes.
Who hates the Pistons?
Isaiah Thomas. Yikes. In 23 minutes of play, Thomas shot a frigid 1 of 9 from the field and totaled just 5 points against Detroit.
Who loves the Thunder?
Gerald Green. Oklahoma City and Phoenix met three times last season. In those three games, Green averaged better than 28 points a contest, shot 55% from the field, and hit a blistering 18 of 30 three pointers.
Who hates the Thunder?
Eric Bledsoe. Bledsoe hit 43% of his shots last season against Oklahoma City, falling short of his 51% average for the season. He also had two of his top ten turnover totals against OKC, including a season high of 8 on November 3rd.
Who loves the Suns?
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. KCP hit a number of big shots to keep the Pistons close in the last matchup. In total he hit 6 of 13 shots, including 3 of 7 treys for 15 points in 28 minutes.
Russell Westbrook. Two of Westbrook's top three scoring performances last season came against the Suns. On March 6th, he had his best night of the season, scoring 36 to go with 9 assists and 9 boards. A month later he scored 33, with 8 assists and 5 rebounds.
Who hates the Suns?
Andre Drummond. Ripping down 13 boards, good. Shooting 2 of 10 from the field for 4 points in 25 minutes, not very good.
Reggie Jackson. For the 2013-14 season, Jackson shot 44% from the field. In three matchups against the Suns, Jackson shot a combined 35%, bottoming out with a 2 of 8, 4 point performance on March 6th.
Got it? I've given you the winners and losers. The rest is on you. To recap: #FanDuelSBN, leave your lineup below, and of course the link to make it all happen. I'd say "good luck" but you don't need it.