The Best Bang For Your Buck NBA DFS: 11/29/2021

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The Best Bang For Your Buck NBA DFS- 11:29:2021

Point Guards:


1) Kyle Lowry $7,000 vs. Denver (19th)
2) Lonzo Ball $7,000 vs. Charlotte (16th)
3) Malcolm Brogdon $7,400 at Minnesota (8th)
4) Luka Doncic $11,300 vs. Cleveland (22nd)
5) Dejounte Murray $9,600 vs. Washington (12th)
6) Damian Lillard $9,500 at Utah (9th)
7) LaMelo Ball $10,400 at Chicago (5th)
8) Shai Gilgeous-Alexander $8,000 at Houston (7th)
9) Donovan Mitchell $8,100 vs. Portland (16th)
10) Tyrese Maxey $7,300 vs. Orlando (3rd)

The Assist: Tough to find the particular value at the point guard position on this slate…Kyle Lowry and Lonzo Ball at $7,000 are plays that give you value and an opportunity to pay up at other spots. Malcolm Brogdon receives mentions in this article multiple times a week, given he’s one of the best bargains plays regardless of position.


Shooting Guard:


1) Josh Giddey $6,500 at Houston (7th)
2) Will Barton $7,100 at Miami (30th)
3) Brandon Ingram $7,500 at Los Angeles Clippers (15th)
4) Terry Rozier $7,100 at Chicago (2nd)
5) Tyler Herro $7,200 vs. Denver (19th)
6) CJ McCollum $7,600 at Utah (3rd)
7) Anthony Edwards $7,900 vs. Indiana (7th)
8) Zach LaVine $8,800 vs. Charlotte (24th)
9) Bradley Beal $9,200 at San Antonio (18th)
10) Darius Garland $7,700 at Dallas (2nd)

The Assist: Josh Giddey is producing across the board, and making a strong case for Rookie of the Year. Will Barton draws the Miami Heat–dead last in the league against the position. Brandon Ingram only has shooting guard eligibility on this slate.


Small Forwards:


1) Paul George $10,200 vs. New Orleans (3rd)
2) Jimmy Butler $9,400 vs. Denver (7th)
3) Miles Bridges $8,000 at Chicago (19th)
4) Gordon Hayward $6,300 at Chicago (19th)
5) Kyle Kuzma $6,400 at San Antonio (11th)
6) Aaron Gordon $6,500 at Miami (2nd)
7) Lugentz Dort $5,400 at Houston (29th)
8) Kelly Oubre Jr. $5,300 at Chicago (19th)
9) Bojan Bogdanovic $5,200 vs. Portland (28th)
10) Josh Hart $5,300 at Los Angeles Chargers (15th)

The Assist: Paul George is the most expensive play at the small forward position, but I would pay up anyway. Jimmy Butler is an adequate play at $9,400–pay attention to the injury report as he is labeled ‘questionable.’ Miles Bridges and teammate Gordon Hayward are both options as they should batter the Bulls defense.


Power Forwards:


1) Evan Mobley $6,700 at Dallas (30th)
2) Tobias Harris $7,800 vs. Orlando (24th)
3) DeMar DeRozan $8,700 vs. Charlotte (13th)
4) Wendell Carter Jr. $6,300 at Philadelphia (14th)
5) Kristaps Porzingis $8,600 vs. Cleveland (3rd)
6) Keldon Johnson $5,800 vs. Washington (5th)
7) Kevin Love $4,700 at Dallas (1st)
8) Lauri Markkanen $5,600 at Dallas (1st)
9) PJ Washington $5,100 at Chicago (28th)
10) Franz Wagner $4,900 at Philadelphia (20th)

The Assist: Evan Mobley draws the dead-last Mavs defense against the interior. No one on Dallas can check Mobley. Tobias Harris should be able to light up the Magic’s defense with their attention on the returning Joel Embiid. DeMar DeRozan has been as consistent as they come–start him and forget him.


Centers:


1) Joel Embiid $10,500 vs. Orlando (27th)
2) Karl-Anthony Towns $9,700 vs. Indiana (2nd)
3) Christian Wood $8,200 vs. Oklahoma City (14th)
4) Rudy Gobert $8,500 vs. Portland (17th)
5) Domantas Sabonis $8,400 at Minnesota (12th)

The Assist: Joel Embiid showed no signs of rust in his return to the 76ers’ starting lineup. KAT is an option on every slate, even against a tough Pacers defense. Christian Wood offers value at $8,200.

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