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An eight-game slate is on tap in the NBA for Monday, and were here to help you win in daily fantasy contests.Below youll find players that our experts are building their teams around tonight, as well as some players who will be highly owned but should be faded. Our panel today consists of Renee Miller, Joe Kaiser and Kyle Soppe.Building blockRenee Miller: Blake Griffin, PF, Los Angeles ClippersWhile Chris Paul worries me in easy-matchup, blowout situations, Griffin is quite the opposite. He thrives in these fast-paced, high-scoring games, and should take full advantage of Brooklyns number two ranking in fantasy points allowed to opposing PFs. If youre aiming to create a more balanced lineup than Anthony Davis allows tonight, consider Griffin a solid choice to build around.Joe Kaiser: Joel Embiid, C, Philadelphia 76ersEmbiids price is slowly risking in DFS, but not as fast as it should be. Embiid has scored at least 22 points in two of the last three games, pulled down at least six rebounds in all but one game, and blocked four shots in two of the last four contests. Point is, hes doing it all on the court from one game to another, and that is always great as far as accumulating points in DFS is concerned. Tonight he faces a Rockets team that ranks 27th in the league in defensive efficiency, and also ranks in the bottom half of the league when it comes to allowing DFS points to opposing centers. Im all over Embiid on Monday, and you should be as well.Kyle Soppe: Evan Fournier, SG, Orlando MagicThe Magic-Pacers game is going to be a fun one for fantasy purposes, and Im seeking as much exposure as possible. These are two of the three least efficient defenses through the first couple weeks of the season, and with the Pacers operating at an above-average pace of play, I expect Orlando to pick up their tempo from their typically slow style. In Fournier, you get a player that has been on the court for more than 35 minutes in four of seven games this month, giving him a volume bump over most. He has knocked down multiple trifectas in three straight (and in seven of his past eight games) in addition to totaling at least seven rebounds-plus-assists in half of his games this season. Look for him to put 20 points on the board for a career-best third straight game, and do so in a very efficient manner.FadeRenee Miller: Andre Drummond, C, Detroit PistonsRostering big men against the Oklahoma City Thunder just isnt something I do. The Thunder are among the stingiest in terms of fantasy points allowed -- something that goes back to last season -- and even the elite, like Hassan Whiteside, struggle against them (23 fantasy points last week). Drummonds recent stretch of five consecutive double-doubles could very well end badly tonight, and with so many other guys to pay up for, Drummond is the man out for me.Joe Kaiser: Victor Oladipo, SG, Oklahoma City ThunderToo much of Oladipos DFS value is wrapped up on scoring, thanks to big declines in his assists and steals this season, and that makes him a huge risk on a night when the Thunder head to Detroit to face the leagues fifth-ranked defense. On top of that, the Pistons rank 22nd in the league in pace, which will limit the amount of possessions and opportunity for Oladipo. The Indiana product has been a big fantasy disappointment so far this season, and Im looking elsewhere at shooting guard tonight.Kyle Soppe: Hassan Whiteside, C, Miami HeatIt is easy to look at the nearly 18 points and 15 rebounds that Whiteside is producing per game this season and fall in love, but that production has inflated his price far too much to justify paying up tonight. While Whiteside is great -- and I am on board for season-long leagues -- he faces off against the sixth-most efficient defense this season, a team that has been nothing short of elite in limiting interior fantasy production. Whiteside struggled mightily against a strong front court in the Oklahoma City Thunder (five points and 12 rebounds in 31 minutes of action) and I expect a similar lack of return on investment tonight, with foul trouble being a very real concern. Ecco Shoes Buy Online . -- The St. Johns IceCaps weathered a wild first period with the help of goaltender Jussi Olkinuora, before finding offensive inroads in the second. Wholesale Ecco Shoes . But the quarterback hopes to stay involved in football after officially calling it quits Tuesday. "Id love to look at those opportunities as they arise," Pierce said in an interview from his Winnipeg eatery. http://www.wholesaleecco.com/ . Speaking Thursday on TSN 1050 Thursday, the Leafs GM also touched on the questions surrounding the teams leadership and the struggles of his big-name free-agent signing. “Its not from lack of effort from the coaching staff. Cheap Ecco Shoes Online . -- The Missouri Tigers might not have a roster full of superstars. Ecco Shoes Online Sale . Houston won 3-0 to advance to face New York in the Eastern Conference semifinals. Last in the game, Di Vaio and Romero got into a shoving match with several Houston players. Romero appeared to elbow and kick Houston defender Kofi Sarkodie. RIO DE JANEIRO -- Nijat Rahimov of Kazakhstan was a surprise gold medalist in weightlifting on Wednesday, but immediately faced questions over doping.Rahimov, who only returned from a doping ban last year, and the rest of Kazakhstans team had almost been excluded from the Rio Olympics entirely after repeated failures in retests of doping samples from the 2008 and 2012 Olympics. The country stands to lose five gold medals from those games.Kazakhstan was allowed to compete because those doping cases were not fully processed in time for the games, the International Weightlifting Federation has said.In a sport in crisis over doping, Rahimovs world record-breaking performance in the 77-kilogram class Wednesday is unlikely to silence the critics, not least bronze medalist Mohamed Mahmoud of Egypt, who said he found Rahimovs dramatic improvement since his ban suspicious.Rahimov was banned for two years in 2013 after failing a test while competing for Azerbaijan, another country with longstanding doping problems. Rahimov was one of 18 Azerbaijanis busted that year. Rahimov was born in Azerbaijan and recently moved to Kazakhstan to compete on its weightlifting team.Chinas Lyu Xiaojun had been the favorite to retain the gold he won in 2012 and began to celebrate prematurely after his final lift, stripping to the waist in front of the crowd. But Rahimov had other plans, audaciously moving up 12 kilograms for his next attempt at the clean and jerk to 214kg, breaking a 15-year-old world record.That gave him a total of 379kg from the two phases of the competition, level with Lyu but enough for Rahimov to take gold because he had weighed in lower.He celebrated by crouching into a pose of prayer before being tackled in a bearhug by his coach, while Lyu gave a wry smile for the cameras.Rahimov repeatedly dodged questions about his doping past after the win, crediting religion and a tough training schedule for his success.When normal people were asleep, we were training. When the snow was deep -- youu know how it is in Kazakhstan -- we went out for training at 11 or 12 (at night), he said.ddddddddddddHe added he had treated Kazakhstans possible ban from Rio Olympic weightlifting as a rumor and was not distracted from training.Bronze went to Egyptian Mohamed Mahmoud on 361. Mahmoud said the talk of drugs could not be avoided in light of Rahimovs win.Maybe after some doping controls, some things will change, Mahmoud said. While improvements like Rahimovs can be the result of good training and nutrition, Mahmoud said, in a very short time it cannot happen like that.Wednesdays doping controversy came as weightlifting already faced a storm of doping scandals.On Tuesday, Taiwanese gold medal contender Lin Tzu-Chi was withdrawn from competition hours before her event for what her team called abnormalities in a drug test, and the Polish weightlifting federations head has resigned after what he said were two more failed tests, one of a lifter who was due to compete in Rio.Earlier Wednesday, Chinas Xiang Yanmei took gold in the womens 69-kilogram class despite having taken a blow to the head when she dropped the bar halfway through the competition.Xiang briefly appeared dazed and admitted to some pain but was fully alert as she closed out Chinas fourth weightlifting gold of the Rio Olympics with 116kg in the snatch and 145 in the clean and jerk for a total of 261.I got hurt a little bit and I feel hurt when I nod my head, she said. I didnt think about it when lifting weights. Xiang said she had not seen a doctor.She added Olympic gold to the world titles she won in 2013 and 2015, and continued a resurgence for Chinas lifters in Rio following a slow start.The silver medal went to Kazakhstans Zhazira Zhapparkul with a 259 total, while Egypts Sara Ahmed won bronze with 255 kilos, becoming the first woman from an Arab country to win an Olympic weightlifting medal. ' ' '

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