One of the great things about daily fantasy sports, however, is that you are never stuck with under-performing and/or injured players.
Imagine if you drafted Curtis Granderson, who will miss 10 weeks, only a few days ago.
In a traditional (full-season) league, you're stuck with him even if it cost you a third- or fourth-round pick. (Not a great value considering the new information: his injury.) In a daily fantasy league, you're not. It's easy to alter your roster.
Don't get me wrong. I love managing my team for the full season (and beyond) as I participate almost exclusively in dynasty and/or keeper leagues. But the season is long. Playing in daily leagues adds some extra fun and excitement throughout the course of the year.
Long story short: I have set up three daily leagues that start (and end) on Opening Day (April 1st). I encourage you to give it a try (by joining one of our leagues, of course):
- Five-team league - Payout to winner only: $22.50
- 12-team league - Payout to top three finishers: $27 / $16 / $11
- 20-team league - Payout to top three finishers: $45 / $28 / $17
If you're not interested in one of these three leagues (or you'd like to check out their NBA or college basketball daily leagues), click here.