The Best Bang For Your Buck NBA DFS: 12/11/21

The Best Bang For Your Buck NBA DFS- 12:11:21

Point Guards:

1) Darius Garland $7,800 vs. Sacramento (11th)
2) Spencer Dinwiddie $5,500 vs. Utah (15th)
3) Ricky Rubio $5,200 vs. Sacramento (11th)
4) Mike Conley $5,900 at Washington (2nd)
5) Lonzo Ball $7,300 at Miami (1st)
6) Kyle Lowry $7,700 vs. Chicago (3rd)
7) Steph Curry $11,600 at Philadelphia (9th)
8) De’Aaron Fox $8,400 at Cleveland (10th)
9) Dejounte Murray $9,900 vs. Denver (24th)
10) Tyus Jones $6,400 vs. Houston (12th)

The Assist: We have been pounding the table for Darius Garland ever since the Collin Sexton injury and won’t stop now. We also wanted to bring up Ricky Rubio–his role has also grown significantly.

Shooting Guards:

1) Tyler Herro $7,400 vs. Chicago (3rd)
2) Jordan Poole $5,700 at Philadelphia (7th)
3) Tyrese Haliburton $5,800 at Cleveland (10th)
4) Bradley Beal $8,500 vs. Utah (6th)
5) Donovan Mitchell $9,000 at Washington (1st)
6) Zach LaVine $9,800 at Miami (28th)
7) Andrew Wiggins $6,100 at Philadelphia (29th)
8) Desmond Bane $7,200 vs. Houston (24th)
9) Seth Curry $5,800 vs. Golden State (3rd)
10) Will Barton $7,000 at San Antonio (11th)

The Assist: We keep recommending dual-position eligible scorers Tyler Herro and Jordan Poole at the shooting guard position. Tyrese Haliburton has picked up his play lately and is a value play on the slate.

Small Forwards:

1) Kyle Kuzma $5,800 vs. Utah (2nd)
2) Buddy Hield $5,300 at Cleveland (8th)
3) Aaron Gordon $6,400 at San Antonio (20th)
4) Harrison Barnes $5,500 at Cleveland (25th)
5) Jae’Sean Tate $6,800 at Memphis (19th)
6) Lauri Markkanen $5,500 vs. Sacramento (8th)
7) Bojan Bogdanovic $5,400 at Washington (17th)
8) Cedi Osman $4,800 vs. San Antonio (9th)
9) Kentavious Caldwell-Pope $4,200 vs. Utah (6th)
10) Kyle Anderson $4,400 vs. Houston (27th)

The Assist: Kyle Kuzma has as much upside as any small forward eligible option on the slate. Buddy Hield can catch fire on occasion. Aaron Gordon is a roll of the dice, but one that can pay off handsomely.

Power Forward:

1) Tobias Harris $8,000 vs. Golden State (10th)
2) Jaren Jackson Jr. $7,500 vs. Houston (4th)
3) Draymond Green $7,100 at Philadelphia (17th)
4) Kevin Love $4,400 vs. Sacramento (8th)
5) Keldon Johnson $5,900 vs. Denver (3rd)
6) Chimezie Metu $4,600 at Cleveland (13th)
7) Jeff Green $4,800 at San Antonio (20th)
8) Royce O’Neale $4,400 at Washington (15th)
9) Devin Vassell $4,200 vs. Denver (25th)
10) Rudy Gay $4,000 at Washington (17th)

The Assist: Tobias Harris will contribute across the board. $8,000 is a reasonable price tag to secure the thinnest position on the DFS slate. Jaren Jackson Jr. is becoming an All-Star right before our eyes. Draymond Green contributes in every category.


1) Nikola Jokic $11,900 at San Antonio (13th)
2) Joel Embiid $11,200 vs. Golden State (1st)
3) Evan Mobley $6,700 vs. Sacramento (27th)
4) Jarrett Allen $8,300 vs. Sacramento (27th)
5) Christian Wood $9,500 at Memphis (19th)

The Assist: I know that it is expensive to put Nikola Jokic in your lineup, but he is a DFS destroyer, find a way to get The Joker in your lineup. Joel Embiid draws the top interior defense in the league in the Warriors. I will bank on a hot Embiid breaking that trend. Evan Mobley is the value play at the center position on the slate.

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