Daily Fantasy Basketball Playbook – November 19th

Happy Wednesday everyone! Also happy 10 years to the “Malice at the Palace”, NBA aka WWE event we had between the Pacers and Pistons. So how about we look at the games tonight and see what line up you can throw down tonight.

 

Guards:

Eric Bledsoe ($6,700)

Okay so he’s getting a slight decrease in minutes so far this season but he’s still performing at a very good level. Tonight he takes on a Pistons backcourt which is not exactly known for the defensive prowess. The Suns’ offense should be able to put up nice numbers tonight with Bledsoe being one of the top benefactors.

Rajon Rondo ($8,900)

Rajon “nearly a triple-double” Rondo is well worth the price tonight. Even though we would all like his free throw shooting to increase (kinda hard to go lower than 30%) he’s still averaging nearly a triple-double this season. Going against one of the worst defenses, and well overall, owners should be drooling over Rondo versus the 76ers tonight.

 

Forwards:

Tobias Harris ($7,200)

Looking like a shoot out tonight against the Clippers and Harris has been shooting a lot lately, so of course I’m digging this match up. He’s been posting some nice all around performances lately and his value should only increase with him still performing with Victor Oladipo back in the line up. Harris gets to the line, fills multiple categories and of course can score.

Khris Middleton ($3,200)

Here’s a nice value play tonight. Middleton is starting for now in Milwaukee and has been a somewhat nice value play. He can hit the 3, solid distributor, scores, and doesn’t kill you in rebounds or FG%. If you’re looking for a cheaper alternative tonight then Middleton is a good play here.

 

Center:

Gorgui Dieng ($4,900)

Dieng starting? Check. Dieng going against a weak opponent inside game? Check. Dieng not having to look over his back on the bench? Check. Okay guys this all checks out, Dieng looks like a nice play tonight filling in for the injured Nikola Pekovic. Last year Dieng played admirably in his few starts averaging a double-double and posting a block and steal per game. He’s a nice sleeper tonight if you can’t afford one of the bigger names, or even then still consider Dieng.

 

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