Fantasy NBA Daily Notes: Taurean Prince vs. Josh Jackson – ESPN

Would you rather bet on Josh Jackson or Taurean Prince to pay off with a better 2018-19 fantasy campaign? 

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For those who are still entrenched in the fantasy playoffs or battling for a roto title, these next three days will challenge both your patience and your WiFi connection. Acting quickly to react to resting stars and ever-shifting rotations will prove pivotal. The clearest path to statistical success at this stage of the season is to embrace the variance these chaotic final days produce by acting on the news of the night.

The “perfect” DFS lineup for the early afternoon slate on Sunday included Lance Stephenson and Domantas Sabonis (who set a new career-best scoring mark) of the Indiana Pacers, as the team is settling into the fifth seed and chose to curb the minutes and workloads of Thaddeus Young and Myles Turner.

The ideal lineup for the 1:00 p.m. ET slate also included Malik Monk of the Charlotte Hornets, Taurean Prince of the Atlanta Hawks and Dennis Smith Jr. of the Dallas Mavericks; young players on teams long since out of the playoff picture, who have been afforded alpha roles on their respective offenses.

This season’s rookie class is chock-full of fantasy promise, but who are the best long-term bets among the likes of Lonzo Ball, Ben Simmons and Donovan Mitchell? What about Markelle Fultz and Jayson Tatum?

Boogie has shown elite upside, but he has had injury issues. Jokic is still a work in progress. Who is the better keeper?

The 2017-18 season isn’t even in the books, and our experts are already scouting ahead. Which players are likely to fly under the radar heading into the 2018-19 season?

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