The Best Bang For Your Buck in NBA DFS – 10/28/21

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The Best Bang For Your Buck in NBA DFS - 10:28:21

Point Guards:

  1. Trae Young $9,400 at Washington (19th)
  2. Dejounte Murray $8,800 at Dallas (3rd)
  3. Ja Morant $9,600 at Golden State (24th)
  4. Spencer Dinwiddie $7,200 vs. Atlanta (7th)
  5. Steph Curry $10,900 vs. Memphis (28th)
  6. Luka Doncic $11,000 vs. San Antonio (10th)
  7. Donovan Mitchell $8,900 at Houston (15th)
  8. Lonzo Ball $7,500 vs. New York (22nd)
  9. Mike Conley $5,900 at Houston (5th)
  10. Kevin Porter Jr. $6,700 vs. Utah (8th)

The Assist: Trae Young is going to have his way against a Washington Wizard defense that gets roasted by guard play. We have been right on the money backing Dejounte Murray early this season. Continue to roll with Murray while he’s hot. Ja Morant continues to elevate his game. Against a high-scoring Warrior offense, Morant will have to do it all to keep pace.


Shooting Guards:

  1. Zach Levine $8,500 vs. New York (13th)
  2. Jordan Poole $5,800 vs. Memphis (8th)
  3. Bradley Beal $9,200 vs. Atlanta (3rd)
  4. Derrick White $6,300 at Dallas (4th)
  5. Tim Hardaway Jr. $6,400 vs. San Antonio (29th)
  6. Seth Curry $5,400 vs. Detroit (30th)
  7. Bogdan Bogdanovic $5,500 at Washington (24th)
  8. Jordan Clarkson $5,600 at Houston (5th)
  9. Jalen Green $5,700 vs. Utah (19th)
  10. Khyri Thomas $5,500 vs. Utah (19th)

The Assist: Zach Levine injured his off-hand. Don’t be alarmed, from all accounts he will play through the injury. Jordan Poole remains such a bargain at only $5,800. Continue to put Poole in your DFS lineups until his price rises accordingly. Bradley Beal will have to play out of this world if the Wizards want to keep up with the Hawks’ offense.


Small Forwards:

  1. DeMar DeRozan $7,600 vs. New York (25th)
  2. Evan Fournier $6,100 at Chicago (16th)
  3. Andrew Wiggins $6,100 vs. Memphis (30th)
  4. RJ Barrett $5,500 at Chicago (16th)
  5. Kyle Kuzma $6,200 vs. Atlanta (4th)
  6. Cam Reddish $5,100 at Washington (24th)
  7. Eric Gordon $5,200 vs. Utah (19th)
  8. Saddiq Bey $6,800 at Philadelphia (21st)
  9. Lonnie Walker IV $4,700 at Dallas (22nd)
  10. Joe Ingles $4,900 at Houston (14th)

The Assist: Expect the Chicago/New York game to have plenty of fireworks—you will want pieces from this match-up. I like DeMar DeRozan of Chicago to possibly lead all players in scoring. On the other side, I like Evan Fournier at just $6,100 as well. Andrew Wiggins remains undervalued and underappreciated at $6,100.


Power Forwards:

  1. Jaren Jackson Jr. $6,500 at Golden State (28th)
  2. Draymond Green $7,400 vs. Memphis (20th)
  3. Kristaps Porzingis $7,300 vs. San Antonio (25th)
  4. Julius Randle $9,500 at Chicago (13th)
  5. Tobias Harris $8,700 vs. Detroit (5th)
  6. John Collins $6,300 at Washington (30th)
  7. Kelly Olynyk $5,800 at Philadelphia (4th)
  8. Keldon Johnson $5,400 at Dallas (22nd)
  9. Bojan Bogdanovic $5,400 at Houston (14th)
  10. Dorian Finney-Smith $4,900 vs. San Antonio (10th)

The Assist: We have not spoken much about Jaren Jackson Jr. thus far in ‘The Daily’. Time to give Jackson Jr. his due. The potential to emerge as an NBA All-Star is here for Jackson, and at $6,500 he is too good to pass up. You know that Draymond Green is going to contribute across the board in all fantasy categories. Kristaps Porzingis is vital to the success of the Mavericks and is emerging as a steadfast fantasy option.


Centers:

  1. Christian Wood $8,400 vs. Utah (6th)
  2. Rudy Gobert $8,300 at Houston (7th)
  3. Joel Embiid $9,800 vs. Detroit (29th)
  4. Clint Capela $6,900 at Washington (30th)
  5. Jakob Poeltl $7,100 at Dallas (26th)

The Assist: Many in the NBA DFS community continue to sleep on Christian Wood for other NBA superstars. Wood has as much upside as anyone on the slate at a discounted price. Rudy Gobert is going to contribute a bit extra on the defensive end of the court. If his offensive game catches up for a night, you have a slate breaker. If Joel Embiid starts, you play him in DFS. We don’t make the rules.

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