The Best Bang For Your Buck NBA DFS: 11/22/21

The Best Bang For Your Buck NBA DFS- 11:22:21


1) Cole Anthony $7,700 at Milwaukee (27th)
2) Shai Gilgeous-Alexander $7,600 at Atlanta (14th)
3) Donovan Mitchell $8,500 vs. Memphis (26th)
4) De’Aaron Fox $7,600 vs. Philadelphia (6th)
5) Malcolm Brogdon $7,300 at Chicago (4th)
6) Lonzo Ball $6,900 vs. Indiana (17th)
7) James Harden $11,600 at Cleveland (26th)
8) Trae Young $9,400 vs. Oklahoma City (9th)
9) Dejounte Murray $9,200 vs. Phoenix (29th)
10) Ja Morant $9,700 at Utah (18th)

The Assist: We were driving the Cole Anthony hype train at the beginning of the season. Anthony is turning in an All-Star type of season and should exploit a poor perimeter Bucks’ defense. Another article, another SGA recommendation. Gilgeous-Alexander remains the engine of the Oklahoma City offense. Donovan Mitchell should go nuts Monday Night. No one on Memphis can check him.


1) Anthony Edwards $7,400 at New Orleans (25th)
2) Devin Booker $8,600 at San Antonio (23rd)
3) Darius Garland $7,200 vs. Brooklyn (10th)
4) Bradley Beal $9,300 vs. Charlotte (21st)
5) LaMelo Ball $10,200 at Washington (15th)
6) Caris LeVert $6,000 at Chicago (18th)
7) Tyrese Haliburton $5,900 vs. Phoenix (6th)
8) Dennis Schroder $6,800 vs. Houston (8th)
9) Terry Rozier $6,000 at Washington (1st)
10) Marcus Smart $5,500 vs. Houston (8th)

The Assist: We have recommended Anthony Edwards more than any other player at any position. Monday is no different–Anthony Edwards remains one of the top bargains on the slate. Devin Booker can destroy a slate and draw a great match-up in San Antonio. Darius Galand is a bargain play at only $7,200 against a Nets team still missing Kyrie Irving.


1) Brandon Ingram $7,900 vs. Minnesota (14th)
2) Zach LaVine $9,000 vs. Indiana (9th)
3) Khris Middleton $7,800 vs. Orlando (13th)
4) Josh Giddey $6,000 at Atlanta (14th)
5) Jaylen Brown $9,600 vs. Houston (22nd)
6) Gordon Hayward $6,800 at Washington (24th)
7) Kyle Kuzma $6,600 vs. Charlotte (27th)
8) Buddy Hield $5,300 vs. Philadelphia (24th)
9) Harrison Barnes $6,300 vs. Philadelphia (24th)
10) Bojan Bogdanovic $5,300 vs. Memphis (30th)

The Assist: I like playing Brandon Ingram on this slate at Small Forward with the lack of depth at the position. Ingram at $7,900 is a steal. Zach LaVine has shown us that he has as much upside as a player on the slate. We have seen LaVine’s price tag rise, but he remains worth the investment. Khris Middleton remains undervalued and a steal at only $7,800.


1) Kevin Durant $11,000 at Cleveland (26th)
2) Jayson Tatum $10,100 vs. Houston (22nd)
3) DeMar DeRozan $9,100 vs. Indiana (17th)
4) Tobias Harris $8,100 at Sacramento (18th)
5) Miles Bridges $8,200 at Washington (24th)
6) Giannis Antetokounmpo $12,000 vs. Orlando (27th)
7) Al Horford $7,600 vs. Houston (12th)
8) Jaren Jackson Jr. $6,000 at Utah (20th)
9) Keldon Johnson $5,900 vs. Phoenix (28th)
10) Wendell Carter Jr. $5,700 at Milwaukee (7th)

The Assist: Playing Kevin Durant and Jayson Tatum up at the PF position feels like the play for Monday’s slate. You have to pay up, but both can anchor your DFS lineup. DeMar DeRozan is a rock-solid play against an Indiana defense that struggles with athletic perimeter play-makers.


1) Domantas Sabonis $8,700 at Chicago (24th)
2) Rudy Gobert $8,300 vs. Memphis (26th)
3) Christian Wood $7,600 at Boston (20th)
4) Karl-Anthony Towns $9,500 at New Orleans (14th)
5) Jarrett Allen $7,700 vs. Brooklyn (9th)

The Assist: We have been moving players around our DFS lineup for Monday, and the Center position is no different. Domantas Sabonis represents value against a Chicago defense that will have no match for him. Rudy Gobert and Christian Wood will provide you with plus-play on both sides of the court.

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