RDT NBA Schedule Analysis – Week 2

Updated: October 25, 2021

The NBA is back, and so is the Schedule Analysis, even though it is somewhat belated. We are back to a full slate of 82 games for the season, and it kicked off in grand style. If you are looking for recommendations as to who to trade in, I highly recommend going and reading Will Webber’s pre-season articles, as he analysed each team let us know who to look out for, and who to stay away from.

For those new to this article, the reason behind the Schedule Analysis article is to maximise the total amount of games that your RDT NBA team plays each week. If a player in your team only has 2 games, they need to go. If you are tossing up between two players, and one has an 8 game fortnight, and the other has a 7 game fortnight, that may just make your decision for you.

3 Week Schedule

Max Games (12)

Atlanta – Trae Young and Clint Capela both scored well in the Hawks opening two games. Realistically, I would look at Young, but stay away from Capela.

Charlotte – LaMelo Ball is just taunting me after being in my team right up until the day before the season kicked off. He punished me by scoring 37, 29 and 20 points in their 3 opening games. Team mate Miles Bridges has also started of the season well, scoring 26, 31 and 41. He could be a good swap for an under-performing Jordan Poole.

Portland – CJ McCollum (38, 29) Jusuf Nurkic (33, 22) and Damian Lillard (21, 21) were all solid contributors. I would stay away from Lillard for now, as his price will drop given his scoring.

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Written by Archie Keeler (@OTLSArchie)

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