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Is Stephen Curry an automatic must play as the only star available Tuesday? Chris Towers takes a look at the slate and offers his take.
Did Brock Osweiler fix everything that was wrong with the Broncos' offense in one week? Chris Towers takes a look at those Week 11 results and more.
With the best schedule in the league on the way in Week 5 and impressive rookie Karl-Anthony Towns, Chris Towers praises the rebuilding Timberwolves in his Week 5 Planner.
Can LaMarcus Aldridge and Michael Carter-Williams get back to top-15 value? Chris Towers investigates in his Week 5 Top 150.
Despite his hot start after the trade, Chris Towers isn't quite buying into Mario Chalmers as a consistent Fantasy contributor.
The Thursday night schedule limits choices. The three-game slate makes value harder to find than ever, Chris Towers says.
Can you believe what you have seen so far this NBA season? Chris Towers looks for players whose fortunes could change after an unexpected start.
What's up with the Packers, Peyton, Kirk Cousins, Mark Sanchez and more? Chris Towers looks at the Fantasy issues that intrigue him heading into Week 11.
Anthony Davis hasn't been better than LeBron this season, but Chris Towers thinks he will be in Tuesday's games. Get the top plays for Tuesday's NBA slate on FanDuel.
Is it worth it to avoid some of the big names on Monday's slate? Our Chris Towers breaks down his top options on FanDuel.
With Kevin Durant's availability in question, how would his absence shake up the Week 4 Fantasy rankings? Chris Towers goes 1 through 150.
With the Jazz, Magic and Wizards set to play just twice in Week 4, Chris Towers looks at who is still worth starting.
Jared Sullinger looks to be breaking out, and he is a must-add Fantasy option right now. However, Chris Towers says there are reasons to be skeptical.
LaMarcus Aldridge? Al Jefferson? Danny Green? Ty Lawson? Chris Towers looks at players off to slow starts around the league.
Now this is a tough night to play DFS. Chris Towers tries to figure out a difficult three-game NBA slate for Thursday.
Though he can be found covering three different sports depending on the time of year, there is one unifying theme in how Chris Towers approaches sports; "Where's the evidence?" It doesn't matter how outlandish your claim is, as long as you can back it up with solid, concrete evidence, he's on board. Expect to see a lot of numbers with funny acronyms in his writing, whether it is about the NFL, MLB or NBA. Follow Chris @CTowersCBS