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Fanduel picks for Monday, February 8th

Five players to pick for Monday's games. The All-Star break is nearly here, which only gives fantasy owners a few more days to play before the league takes a week off. Here are five players to pick for Monday, February 8th. Chris Paul ($9,600) This one is based on matchup -- Paul and the Clippers take on the Philadelphia 76ers on the road. Paul hasn't gone under 30 fantasy points in the past three weeks, making him one of the most consistent fantasy point guards of 2016. Monta Ellis ($6,500) Ellis has struggled of late, but he should have ample opportunity to put up good numbers at home...
Indy Cornrows Jan 29, 2016

Pacers links: Myles Turner started for Pacers, but Monta Ellis and George Hill finished the win

With rookie Myles Turner garnering plenty of attention in the front court, the Pacers backcourt duo stepped up with a big effort against the Hawks. The spotlight during and headlines following the game focused on Myles Turner, but the Pacers don't beat the Hawks without the fourth-quarter heroics of Monta Ellis and George Hill. The inconsistent backcourt duo teamed up for an efficient thrashing of the Hawks, spearheading a 23-2 run to close out the win. The play of Turner with the starting unit seemed to smooth out all of the problems in the playing rotation and maybe the threat the rook...
Indy Cornrows Jan 28, 2016

Pacers final score: Pacers close out Hawks 111-92

Monta Ellis helped fuel a 23-2 run that gave Indiana a late-game win over Atlanta. Ellis had 25. Myles Turner scored 20 in his first start. The Indiana Pacers snapped their three game losing streak, finishing off the Atlanta Hawks late. The Hawks erased an 11-point Indiana lead on a 15-2 run, but the Pacers would respond with a 23-2 run of their own to close out the win. The Pacers were led by Monta Ellis, who had 25, including nine in Indiana's game winning run. Myles Turner made his first NBA start, scoring 20 points, giving the Pacers a big boost in the first half with Paul George in...
Indy Cornrows Jan 20, 2016

Pacers final score: Pacers hold off Suns 97-94

Phoenix staged a late game comeback, but Indiana had enough of a lead to avoid another late collapse. Monta Ellis had 20 on the night to lead the Pacers the win. A 17-point Indiana Pacers lead proved to be just enough against the Phoenix Suns, who came surging back late, pulling to within five points with a minute to go. Monta Ellis came up with a huge jumper to respond, giving Indiana a seven point lead. The Suns would eventually cut the lead to three, but Ellis hit a pair of free throws to ice in the final seconds. The Pacers did all they could to give their win away tonight, but a 15-0...

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