Posted: 2/28/2012 7:00:57 PM
I don't know if my reply will be in time for you guys to be able to decide on your plays, maybe for future reference.
The best play for Basketball is the OVER in Wisconsin game. LOL. But like si1ly said, there's no best play on the board tonight. Everything are pretty much average at best. Players coming off a short break and still used to the long break they had, I doubt it would have any positive effects.
I also like the Bulls as a team but the Hornets are slowly shaping up. Don't sleep on them as double digit dogs. They actually have the pieces to keep up with good teams and can even make a run for a W if they are playing well. Detroit, like state-of-mind said is indeed a sleeper. I'm closely watching them ever since Lawrence Frank took over. I'd love him to bring back Deeeetroit Basketbaaaall. Pistons plays really well at home, even getting quality wins over the better teams. 76ers are on a slump, I wouldn't be surprised if they lose outright here.
Boston is one of the team that benefitted that extended days of rest. With revenge in their mind as well, you can tell the game with the Cavs won't be the same as their first 2.
I think Sacramento has a great chance to win this game. Momentum is on their side. Usually when something good happens for a team, they somehow pull a SU win. Say the news that the Kings are staying, it's something to include in the capping as the locals usually crowd this games to show support.
As for the Raptors, I know Bargnani is out. I had him in one of my weekly Fantasy team and had him sit out the week even after reading that he travelled with the team. The play on the Craptors isn't because I expected Bargnani to play (I didn't even factor Kleiza palying) but simply because it's a bit too many points here. I think there's good value here so I played it. Houston struggles against a streaky team like this one so it's worht the shot.