FanDuel & DraftKings NBA Information sheet 1/24/19


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Vegas numbers

Higher implied team totals

  • Rockets (119)
  • Thunder (117)
  • Spurs (116)
  • Pelicans (116)
  • Pistons (115)
  • Timberwolves (114)
  • Grizzlies (114)
  • Nuggets (113)

Lower implicit team totals

  • Knicks (104)
  • Warriors (104)
  • Celtics (105)

Potential outbreaks

Accident report

  • Andre Drummond – Probable
  • Jimmy Butler – questionable
  • Paul George – Out
  • Jayson Tatum – Out
  • Malcolm Brogdon – Out
  • Jaylen Brown – questionable
  • Jamal Murray – Out
  • Steven Adams – questionable
  • Marvin Bagley – Out
  • RJ Barrett – Out
  • Lauri Markkanen – Probable
  • Kendrick Nunn – questionable
  • Michael Porter – questionable
  • Gary Harris – Probable
  • Patrick Beverley – Doubt
  • Goran Dragic – questionable
  • Enes Kanter – Outside
  • Paul Millsap – Out
  • Josh Hart – questionable

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Punctual guards

  • Russell Westbrook
  • Trae Young – GPP
  • De’Aaron Fox
  • Chris Paul
  • Kemba Walker
  • Ja Morant – GPP
  • Kyle Lowry
  • Derrick Rose
  • Lonzo Ball
  • Dejounte Murray – GPP
  • Kendrick Nunn – GPP – If he plays
  • Mount Morris
  • TJ McConnell

Russell Westbrook has recently played at his mine and has seen a utilization rate of over 30% this season. He gets a Minnesota pedestrian defense and is one of the best pay-up positions in the position. Trae Young is an upward game as usual, with an average of over 50 fantasy points in the past two weeks. It has a 36% utilization rate and OKC ranks 22nd in defensive efficiency against opposing point guards. With Jayson Tatum and Enes Kanter on the ground, both excluded tonight, Kemba Walker recorded a utilization rate of 33% and an average of 1.29 FPPM. I will continue to block Lonzo Ball at these prices. He’s averaging over 40 fantasy points per game in the past two weeks, and tonight Denver gets 22nd against opponents. Miami’s situation is going to be interesting tonight, with Dragic, Butler and Nunn all questionable. We have a couple of values ​​to fill in for injured guard points like Monte Morris and TJ McConnell.

Shooting guards

  • James Harden
  • Zach LaVine
  • Devin Booker
  • DeMar DeRozan
  • Shai Gilgeous-Alexander – GPP
  • Jrue Holiday – GPP
  • Buddy Hield
  • Andrew Wiggins
  • Marcus Smart
  • Dillon Brooks
  • Dennis Schroder
  • Kevin Huerter
  • Tyler Herro
  • Torrey Craig – GPP
  • Duncan Robinson – Monitor the Miami watch situation

James Harden hasn’t been worth paying the price in recent times, but tonight he gets Minnesota who ranks 15th against SG and is overall a weaker defense. Harden averages 1.60 FPPM this season, so he’s always in the game. I like slightly cheaper options again like Zach Lavine, who has averaged 46 fantasy points per game in the past two weeks, and gets kings tonight. Devin Booker is also well placed against the Spurs, who rank 21st in defensive efficiency against opposing shooting guards. The downside of that game, DeMar DeRozan will obviously be a strong game against the suns. In the past two weeks SGA has played incredible basketball, scoring an average of nine fantasy points more than the norm of his season. Buddy Hield, Andrew Wiggins and Marcus Smart are all solid mid-range shows tonight. Tyler Herro and Duncan Robinson could become extremely popular value games depending on how the injury situation looks in Miami. Herro is still pretty sure.

Little strikers

  • Brandon Ingram
  • Kelly Oubre – GPP
  • Pascal Siakam
  • Danilo Gallinari
  • Will Barton
  • Gordon Hayward
  • Jaylen Brown – GPP (for health reasons)
  • TJ Warren
  • Jarrett Culver
  • Eric Gordon
  • Markieff Morris – GPP

Brandon Ingram’s price has gone down slightly, but has averaged over 40 fantasy points in the past two weeks. It is again a valid payment option, with a 30% utilization rate. Kelly Oubre is back and has played strong against the Spurs who rank 28th as opposed to this season’s little forwards. Danilo Gallinari, Will Barton and Gordon Hayward are strong mid-range options. Tatum and Kanter outgoing give Brown a 27% utilization rate. His state at the moment is that he will try to play. Hayward would be a safer way for cash games, but Brown has the highest rise. Hayward sees a 22% utilization rate with them off the field and an average of 1.03 FPPM. Now he says that Brown sits down, Hayward saw a 27% utilization rate and an average of 1.24 FPPM. Eric Gordon is cheaper and worth a look in a high-scoring rocket game. T.J. Warren is even cheaper on FanDuel and has averaged 30 fantasy points per game in the past two weeks.

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Power Forward

  • Kawhi Leonard
  • Domantas Sabonis
  • Bam Adebayo – GPP
  • LaMarcus Aldridge
  • Jaren Jackson
  • Nemanja Bjelica
  • Robert Covington – GPP
  • Zion Williamson
  • Jerami Grant
  • Daniel Theis
  • Nerlens Noel – If Adams is out

Kawhi Leonard continues to be a dominant force, averaging 59 fantasy points per game in the past two weeks. With Paul George out again, shoot Leonard. Domantas Sabonis is in a possible point to explode, but has an average of 40 fantasy points in the last two weeks and Golden State ranks 18th as opposed to the opponent’s forward power. Jaren Jackson is in a good position against Detroit, who ranks 29th as opposed to opposing power. Both Robert Covington and Nemanja Bjelica are medium-range shows that I feel most comfortable with. Jerami Grant is an inexpensive option to consider, although DK has it for $ 6,000. He earned it and New Orleans is in 27th place for power. Nerlens Noel and Daniel Theis are inexpensive options that will sprout up a minute following an injury. Although Adams has not yet been ruled out.


  • Nikola Jokic – GPP
  • Karl-Anthony city
  • Nikola Vucevic
  • Clint Capela
  • DeAndre Ayton
  • Jonas Valanciunas – GPP
  • Myles Turner – GPP

I will try again my thoughts on Nikola Jokic from the last lists, in which it was not worth the price, but now it has fallen to less than $ 10,000. I slightly prefer KAT tonight as a payment option, which has a 30% utilization rate and Houston 21st in terms of defensive efficiency against opposing centers. Clint Capela is in a great position, as KAT is fighting on the defensive side and Minnesota is ranked 25th in terms of defensive efficiency against the opposing centers this season. It’s also at a solid price, with an average of 36 fancy points in the past two weeks. DeAndre Ayton collected his game and scored an average of 40 fantasy points per game in the past two weeks. It is difficult to become cheaper, but Myles Turner remains an economic GPP threat.

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