The Best Bang for Your Buck in NBA DFS: 12/3/21

The Best Bang for Your Buck in NBA DFS: 12/3/21

Point Guards:

1) Chris Paul $8,400 at Golden State (20th)
2) D’Angelo Russell $8,700 at Brooklyn (21st)
3) Donovan Mitchell $8,800 (17th)
4) Trae Young $10,200 vs. Philadelphia (8th)
5) Cole Anthony $8,200 at Houston (25th)
6) Luka Doncic $11,800 vs. New Orleans (26th)
7) Steph Curry $11,900 vs. Phoenix (3rd)
8) James Harden $11,500 vs. Minnesota (7th)
9) Russell Westbrook $11,000 vs. Los Angeles Clippers (23rd)
10) Malcolm Brogdon $8,500 vs. Miami (1st)

The Assist: Chris Paul will attempt to control the pace in what should be a high-scoring affair against the Warriors. D’Angelo Russell is coming off his worst game of the season–expect a bounce-back performance. Donovan Mitchell comes into this game with Boston red-hot off a 30-point performance.

Shooting Guards:

1) Tyler Herro $7,500 at Indiana (19th)
2) Jordan Poole $6,500 vs. Phoenix (25th)
3) Darius Garland $7,200 at Washington (2nd)
4) Bradley Beal $9,200 vs. Cleveland (6th)
5) Brandon Ingram $7,900 at Dallas (8th)
6) Caris LeVert $5,700 vs. Miami (13th)
7) Marcus Smart $6,100 at Utah (9th)
8) Jordan Clarkson $5,100 vs. Boston (16th)
9) Seth Curry $5,100 at Atlanta (18th)
10) Patty Mills $4,800 vs. Minnesota (7th)

The Assist: Tyler Herro can ignite your lineup at the shooting guard position. Jordan Poole has been playing well for the Warriors as of late, fire him up in your lineup against Phoenix. Darius Garland has been averaging over 20 points per game since November. The slate hasn’t course-corrected–take advantage.

Small Forwards:

1) Andrew Wiggins $6,600 vs. Phoenix (5th)
2) Anthony Edwards $8,500 at Brooklyn (9th)
3) Paul George $10,300 at Los Angeles Lakers (4th)
4) Kevin Durant $11,400 vs. Minnesota (20th)
5) LeBron James $10,400 vs. Los Angeles Clippers (7th)
6) Kyle Kuzma $6,400 vs. Cleveland (28th)
7) Miles Bridges $6,100 at Golden State (22nd)
8) Kevin Huerter $5,100 vs. Philadelphia (16th)
9) Tim Hardaway Jr. $5,300 vs. New Orleans
10) Terance Mann $4,900 at Los Angels Lakers

The Assist: Keep an eye on the injury report, but as long as you hear positive reports–Andrew Wiggins is a steal at $6,600. Anthony Edwards is questionable due to a non-Covid illness. As long as he is fine by tomorrow, continue to play the Minnesota star. In the battle for Los Angeles, I like Paul George to shine.

Power Forwards:

1) Jayson Tatum $10,100 at Utah (1st)
2) Tobias Harris $7,800 at Atlanta (9th)
3) Draymond Green $7,400 vs. Phoenix (30th)
4) Kristaps Porzingis $8,000 vs. New Orleans (3rd)
5) Evan Mobley $6,700 at Washington (25th)
6) Wendell Carter Jr. $6,500 at Houston (14th)
7) Jason Collins $7,000 vs. Philadelphia (24th)
8) Lauri Markkanen $5,800 at Washington (5th)
9) Carmelo Anthony $5,000 vs. Los Angeles Clippers (26th)
10) Bojan Bogdanovic $5,000 vs. Boston (15th)

The Assist: Jayson Tatum set a career-high in rebounds (16) in his last outing–Tatum can carry the slate across the board. Tobias Harris has been in a bit of a slump recently, he will break out of it in a potential shootout in Atlanta. Draymond Green draws the Phoenix Suns, who are the NBA’s worst defense against the Power Forward position.


1) Joel Embiid $10,500 at Atlanta (22nd)
2) Anthony Davis $10,900 vs. Los Angeles Clippers (26th)
3) Karl-Anthony Towns $9,700 at Brooklyn (17th)
4) Domantas Sabonis $9,600 vs. Miami (6th)
5) Rudy Gobert $8,600 vs. Boston (23rd)

The Assist: Joel Embiid should dominate an Atlanta Hawks frontcourt. As always, if Anthony Davis is playing, you play him in DFS. KAT gets his traditional shout-out here as he is still undervalued.

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