Huge 10 game slate of daily fantasy basketball tonight! These are my sleepers, cash game and general advice for NBA daily fantasy on Friday – November 6, 2015. This should be another night of stars/scrubs – especially on Yahoo where there are several $10 players that make for solid starts. I’ll add to this page as the night rolls along, so feel free to check back in before tip-off if you have time.
Here is the Target score for the night we are shooting for.
Here are the cash game players I’m building lineups around.
Draftkings: Curry, Beal, Lawson
Fanduel: Harden, Drummond
Yahoo: IT2, Curry, Monroe, Giannis
Here are some good sleeper/value picks for tonight’s NBA daily fantasy contests. I think these guys could deliver nice point-per-dollar production which would make them good candidates across all lineups. I add to this list as the day rolls along since injury news tends to break later in the day.
G – TJ. McConnell
G – Nik Stauskas
G – Tyler Ennis (Risky)
G- Marcus Thornton
F – Luke Babbitt
11/5 Recap: Wow!! What a great night it was for me personally, I hope all of you were able to take down some cash last night. I decided really early in the lineup building process that it was a start/scrub type night again. On Fanduel, I was easily fitting Westbrook, Lillard, Butler and Durant into lineups.
Cash Games: 30-2 (93%)
Below is my FanDuel tournament lineup, that I also slipped into some cash games late. I late swapped Hickson in for Dwight Powell who ended up with 30 fantasy points, so I could have actually had a massive night. My thoughts were Hickson would be less owned – and I was right by about 10% … however Hickson didn’t get the mins down the stretch of the game, so unfortunately I just missed out on a really huge night. As you can see though, Hickson and Bjelica look like they had bad nights, but at their salary level – hitting 15ish fantasy points is right where you need them to be on the low-end. You can see that if they had bigger nights, like 30 fantasy points I would have had a huge night. My stars all delivered rather consistent performances – and that’s why this strategy often works. If one or two of my stars go off for a 60-ball … then again I have a huge night. In the end, everyone played about as expected & I had a 90%+ win rate night.