DFS Coach Talk is the place to go for an in-depth look and thorough analysis of the daily fantasy sports slate 7 days a week. The host, Coach Joe Sarvadi, has been a top-rated player in the DFS industry since the first days DFS launched. He also had a very successful 14-year basketball coaching career that included a 1996 PA state finals appearance against Kobe Bryant and Lower Merion High School.
Coach has been in fantasy sports leagues for 40 years and is still in an NBA league that he launched in 1980. Each day the podcast focuses on a unique combination of DFS experience and coaching knowledge that meshes together to give listeners an edge unmatched by anyone in the industry.
If you are a cash or GPP player, if you play high stakes or low limit, this is where you will get the winning edge that you have been searching for. DFS Coach Talk is the place to go if you want to crush it in DFS sports!
2021 | 60%
2020 | 72%
2019 | 67%
2018 | 64%
2017 | 65%
2016 | 69%
2015 | 61%
What I believe gives me a big advantage is a fact that I try to catch some part of every single game in order to analyze multiple factors.
Some of the key things I look at are the pace of play, player rotations, who the coach trusts in crunch time, team defensive matchups at each position, an overall statistical analysis, player body language, and of course the old eye test! I also take a deep dive into factors like recent level of play, as momentum often drives performance.
The bottom line is that we attack every slate-like it's the last DFS slate that we will ever play. The constant is extreme attention to detail and an intense passion to be the absolute best! It's all about the MAMBA MENTALITY! RIP 24/8/2
Andrew is a top 1% DFS player (top 0.1% in NBA and top 0.6% in NFL) who now ranks inside the top 100 in the Tournament Player of the Year standings.
Andrew's background includes playing 4 years of Varsity Baseball at Princeton University and serving as the Captain of the team his senior year when the Tigers won the Ivy League Championship. He also played one year of JV Basketball at Princeton for Coach John Thompson III. After college, Andrew played three years of professional baseball in the Independent Leagues.
As for scouting talent, Andrew honed his skills in this area when he traveled the country to watch NBA, D-League, and college games across multiple seasons. He submitted reports primarily to the scouting agency run by Jim Clibanoff, who is now the Director of Scouting for the Denver Nuggets. Andrew loves to combine what he sees with his eyes with psychology and game theory in GPPs. Join as a member to take advantage of his expertise!