Iggy’s Lay Ups February 12, 2021 (A NBA Fantasy and Betting Article)

There are 11 games in the NBA tonight! It will be an action packed Fantasy Friday and there are betting angles to get in the positive before weekend action begins. Every Friday the first thing covered are the best fantasy performances over the past 10 days, based off point structure of Trophy Club on Flea Flicker. During the NBA season some teams could have different amount of games in a 10 day stretch than other teams.

10 OVER 10:

  1. 303 Stephen Curry PG GSW

  2. 264.5 Giannis Antetokounmpo F/C MIL

  3. 261.5 N. Vucevic C ORL

  4. 241.5 J. Tatum F BOS

  5. 240.5 D. Sabonis PF/C IND

  6. 233.5 J. Butler G/SF MIA

  7. 233.5 J. Harden G BKN

  8. 229 L. Doncic G/SF DAL

  9. 229 J. Embid C PHI

  10. 225 P. Siakam PF/C TOR

There has been plenty of buzz hyping up Curry as back to his best form, while Giannis is doing Freakishly great yet again. Expect to see some of these names on a weekly basis, with a few others going in and out depending on games and usage. Here are 5 names if you need push for your line ups tonight:

D. Valentine SG/SF CHI, K. Williams F OKC, A. Len C WAS, J. Ennis F ORL, R. Rubio PG MIN

Williams has entered the Starting 5 for the OKC Thunder, played over 40 minutes against the Lakers, and has been above the fantasy average for SF for every game but one this month. I think he is a wise add until Gilgeous-Alexander becomes available.


If looking at stacking a Money line (ML) on a Parlay, consider the Nuggets and Kings to win for sure. If you want to add a low risk to make it a 3 leg, add the Celtics… and if you are feeling frisky for four… throw in the Clippers. So to review the ML Parlay Nuggets, Kings, Celtics (-129), to feel frisky get Clippers to boost it to (+145).

The Grizzlies vs Lakers spread was at 9 and currently is at 7. With AD still questionable, the Grizzlies have a good chance to cover, tease it up to +9.5 at -167 if you want to play it safe.

If you want an underdog bet take a look at Bucks ML +117 on the road in Utah. The Jazz have the best record in the NBA, and won the previous match between these two behind a franchise record 3 point shots made in a game. The Bucks have the 2nd best record in the Eastern Conference, are 7–3 in their last 10 games, are 7–7 on the road, and 4–4 against the western conference this season. I think this is the match of the night and there could be an upset.

Thanks for reading, have a great Friday. Enjoy 11 games of NBA action tonight DM me or email for any of your lineup questions.

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