NBA DFS: DRAFT Day for 11/22

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We have a full schedule of NBA DFS games. We’ll be looking at DRAFT, and how it works, along with a short list of top players to target.

We also have a DFS account on Twitter, so be sure to give it a follow!

Many are unfamiliar with what DRAFT has to offer, as it is different from your usual FanDuel and DraftKings setup. I’m still new to this myself, so I’ll be going over a basic overview.

DRAFT gives you a combination of season-long fantasy and daily fantasy. What does that mean? You snake draft your daily team like you would for a season-long team, but it’s only your team for the day and you can start all over whenever you decide to play next. You’re not stuck with the team you draft, thus, making it “daily.”

Pricing on FanDuel and dynamic pricing on DraftKings can be frustrating. There is no pricing on DRAFT, so there is obviously no salary cap. You can DRAFT whoever you want when your turn is up! There is no worry over how many lineups will be duplicates. Lineups in your leagues and H2Hs will be unique.

While dealing with salary and position eligibility is the fun scramble of DFS, taking salary out of the equation and grouping positions together is a nice break for our brains. You’ll be choosing 2 guards, 2 forwards and 1 center. That’s it!

DRAFT targets:

Guards:

Russell Westbrook

James Harden

Kyrie Irving

Kyle Lowry

C.J. McCollum

Forwards:

Giannis Antetokounmpo – has been ruled OUT!

LeBron James

Anthony Davis

Karl-Anthony Towns

Ben Simmons

Centers:

Nikola Jokic

Marc Gasol

DeMarcus Cousins

Jusuf Nurkic

 

Thank you for reading, and good luck with your picks!

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