The Best Bang For Your Buck in NBA DFS: 11/19/21

The Best Bang For Your Buck in NBA DFS- 11:19:21


1) Malcolm Brogdon $8,300 at Charlotte (25th)
2) Shai Gilgeous-Alexander $8,400 at Milwaukee (22nd)
3) De’Aaron Fox $8,400 vs. Toronto (3rd)
4) LaMelo Ball $10,400 vs. Indiana (20th)
5) Russell Westbrook $10,500 at Boston (15th)
6) Steph Curry $11,500 at Detroit (6th)
7) Luka Doncic $11,900 at Phoenix (28th)
8) James Harden $11,200 vs. Orlando (2nd)
9) Chris Paul $8,500 vs. Dallas (1st)
10) Cole Anthony $8,000 at Brooklyn (8th)

The Assist: Malcolm Brogdon is the most underappreciated player in NBA DFS. Brogdon averages 22 points, seven rebounds, and six assists every time he steps on the court. We have recommended SGA all season long and won’t stop now. De’Aaron Fox fills out our trio of undervalued All-Stars on the slate.


1) Paul George $10,300 at New Orleans (5th)
2) Devin Booker $8,700 vs. Dallas (25th)
3) Brandon Ingram $8,200 vs. Los Angeles Clippers (2nd)
4) Zach Levine $8,600 at Denver (1st)
5) Fred VanVleet $8,100 at Sacramento (21st)
6) Jalen Brunson $6,700 at Phoenix (28th)
7) Dennis Schroder $6,600 vs. Los Angeles Lakers (30th)
8) Cade Cunningham $6,400 vs. Golden State Warriors (10th)
9) Tyrese Haliburton $6,200 vs. Toronto (3rd)
10) Jordan Poole $6,100 at Detroit (15th)

The Assist: Paul George is expensive but worth it. His upside is in a tier to his own. Devin Booker is dual-position eligible. Given the depth of the point guard position, slide Booker into your shooting guard slot and profit. Brandon Ingram won’t shy away in his match-up against Paul George.


1) Harrison Barnes $7,000 vs. Toronto (19th)
2) Jayson Tatum $10,100 vs. Los Angeles Lakers (1st)
3) LeBron James $10,800 at Boston (25th)
4) Kevin Durant $11,400 vs. Orlando (16th)
5) Jaylen Brown $9,600 vs. Los Angeles Lakers (1st)
6) Miles Bridges $7,900 vs. Indiana (26th)
7) Khris Middleton $7,800 vs. Oklahoma City (13th)
8) Will Barton $6,800 vs. Chicago (4th)
9) Caris LeVert $6,700 at Charlotte (28th)
10) Josh Giddey $6,500 at Milwaukee (22nd)

The Assist: Harrison Barnes is a steal at just $7,000. Barnes is a 20 point, eight rebound-a-night player. Jayson Tatum idolized Kobe Bryant. Playing against Kobe’s former team, I imagine Tatum will come out inspired. No one on the Celtics’ front line has an answer for LeBron James.


1) Giannis Antetokounmpo $12,300 vs. Oklahoma City (29th)
2) Anthony Davis $10,700 at Boston (22nd)
3) Kristaps Porzingas $7,800 at Phoenix (27th)
4) DeMar DeRozan $9,000 at Denver (11th)
5) Gordon Hayward $7,100 v. Indiana (26th)
6) Jerami Grant $6,900 vs. Golden State (4th)
7) Draymond Green $6,800 at Detroit (23rd)
8) Al Horford $7,600 vs. Los Angeles Lakers (23rd)
9) Wendell Carter Jr. $6,700 at Brooklyn (10th)
10) Scottie Barnes $6,700 at Sacramento (4th)

The Assist: Finding a way to get Giannis’ salary in your lineup is a difficult task, but the way he is playing right now, you will want to find a way. Antony Davis is averaging 24 points, 11 rebounds, and two blocks. Davis is a dominant player when he is out there. Kristaps Porzingas is playing as well recently as he has in quite some time. Stick the hot big man back in your lineup.


1) Nikola Jokic $12,000 vs. Chicago (6th)
2) Domantas Sabonis $8,900 at Charlotte (14th)
3) Pascal Siakam $8,400 at Sacramento (10th)
4) Deandre Ayton $6,700 vs. Dallas (30th)
5) Jonas Valanciunas $9,300 vs. Los Angeles Clippers (15th)

The Assist: Nikola Jokic is averaging close to SIXTY fantasy points per game! The Joker is outrageous! We have been banging the drum for Domantas Sabonis all season long. Sabonis is a double-double machine and comes at a digestible price. Pascal Siakam has returned to form and is producing like the All-Star caliber player he is. Take advantage now before his salary climbs.

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