One of the biggest things to understand when applying NFL DFS knowledge to the NBA is that the importance of correlation is far less in NBA DFS. Counting the four major US team sports (NFL/NBA/MLB/NHL), correlation matters the least in NBA. In NFL DFS, you generally want to stack your quarterback with one to two of his pass-catchers. The success of these players directly correlates since both get points as passing yards are racked up, and touchdowns are scored.
With NFL season behind us, many DFS enthusiasts will want to keep the action alive. NFL football is by a considerable margin the most popular DFS sport, and many people play DFS during football season but opt-out or play sparingly for the rest of the year. Some may feel a bit unsure of how to tackle other sports.
When the NBA action kicks back in after the All-Star break, we will want to be fully acquainted with the new landscape post-trade-deadline and how it will affect our DFS decisions. Here we'll look at some more of the more critical deals during the deadline and how they impact DFS.
The NBA trade deadline has come and gone, and we've seen some big moves that have significant ramifications for daily fantasy sports. Let's look at some of the bigger ones and how this affects the DFS outlook of the involved teams heading into the All-Star break.
The Best Bang For Your Buck in NBA DFS: 1/12/2022
Tonight we have a mid-sized six-game slate in the NBA to review. Here is a game-by-game breakdown with some of our best DFS options on the night.
We have a solid seven-game slate to kick off the week in NBA DFS. Teams seem to be getting healthier, and extreme value is not as easy to come by. Still, there is plenty, and here are some of the best options we have today.
The Best Bang For Your Buck in NBA DFS: 1/10/2022
The Best Bang For Your Buck in NBA DFS: 1/9/2022
Happy Friday! After yesterday's four-game slate, we are back to a sizable nine-game NBA DFS offering today. Here is a game-by-game breakdown to help isolate the best plays for DFS contests today.