The Best Bang For Your Buck in NBA DFS: 11/20/21

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The Best Bang For Your Buck in NBA DFS- 11:20:21

POINT GUARDS:


1) Tyrese Maxey $7,100 at Portland (23rd)
2) D’Angelo Russell $7,600 vs. Memphis (29th)
3) Kyle Lowry $7,400 at Washington (11th)
4) Cole Anthony $7,900 at Milwaukee (29th)
5) Jrue Holiday $7,100 vs. Orlando (2nd)
6) Malcolm Brogdon $8,200 vs. New Orleans (27th)
7) Shai Gilgeous-Alexander $8,400 at Boston (14th)
8) Donovan Mitchell $8,700 at Sacramento (25th)
9) De’Aaron Fox $8,100 vs. Utah (16th)
10) Trae Young $9,500 vs. Charlotte (21st)

The Assist: Tyrese Maxey has been on fire lately. The sophomore point guard has stepped into the shoes Ben Simmons left behind. D’Angelo Russell is a bargain price and draws a terrific matchup in Memphis. Kyle Lowry is another value play against Washington at just $7,400.


SHOOTING GUARDS:


1) Anthony Edwards $8,000 vs. Memphis (27th)
2) Brandon Ingram $8,300 at Indiana (29th)
3) CJ McCollum $7,700 vs. Philadelphia (25th)
4) LaMelo Ball $10,400 at Atlanta (10th)
5) Bradley Beal $9,400 vs. Miami (30th)
6) Tyler Herro $7,300 at Washington (11th)
7) Dennis Schroder $6,600 vs. Oklahoma City (6th)
8) Tyrese Haliburton $6,100 vs. Utah (16th)
9) Terry Rozier $6,200 at Atlanta (9th)
10) Jordan Clarkson $5,100 at Sacramento (17th)

The Assist: We recommend Anthony Edwards, Brandon Ingram, and CJ McCollum in every article. I’m not sorry. These players continue to be key components in their respective offenses, produce fantasy numbers, and are undervalued versus the market.


SMALL FORWARDS:


1) Khris Middleton $7,800 vs. Orlando (15th)
2) Jimmy Butler $9,700 at Washington (19th)
3) Jaylen Brown $9,600 vs. Oklahoma City (10th)
4) Gordon Hayward $7,000 at Atlanta (16th)
5) Miles Bridges $8,300 at Indiana (29th)
6) Caris LeVert $6,700 vs. New Orleans (6th)
7) Josh Giddey $6,200 at Boston (14th)
8) Buddy Hield $5,800 vs. Utah (7th)
9) Dillon Brooks $6,100 at Minnesota (1th)
10) Norman Powell $5,100 vs. Philadelphia (22nd)

The Assist: Khris Middleton continues to the bargain play at the small forward position. You can’t go wrong with Middleton at $7,800. Jimmy Butler and Jaylen Brown are sure-fire plays, but you have to pay up for them.


POWER FORWARDS:


1) Jayson Tatum $9,900 vs. Oklahoma City (10th)
2) Domantas Sabonis $9,000 vs. New Orleans (11th)
3) Kyle Kuzma $6,800 vs. Miami (20th)
4) Al Horford $7,600 vs. Oklahoma City (10th)
5) Tobias Harris $8,100 at Portland (2nd)
6) Harrison Barnes $6,900 vs. Utah (5th)
7) Wendell Carter Jr. $6,600 at Milwaukee (8th)
8) Jaren Jackson Jr. $6,400 at Minnesota (14th)
9) Bojan Bogdanovic $5,500 at Sacramento (3rd)
10) Franz Wagner $4,300 at Milwaukee (8th)

The Assist: Following his performance against the Lakers, stick with Jayon Tatum in your PF slot. Domantas Sabonis makes sense in the PF slot given the weak tier at the top. Kyle Kuzma continues to represent value on the slate at only $6,800.


CENTERS:


1) Karl-Anthony Towns $10,100 vs. Memphis (26th)
2) Rudy Gobert $7,900 at Sacramento (19th)
3) Clint Capela $7,200 vs. Charlotte (24th)
4) Jonas Valanciunas $9,200 at Indiana (3rd)
5) Andre Drummond $7,800 at Portland (17th)

The Assist: KAT is strong across the board and is a universal play in DFS. Rudy Gobert continues to add an offensive arsenal to his unmatched defensive skill set. If you are trying to slash salary, Clint Capela at only $7,200 is a name to file away.

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