NBA DraftKings DFS Values | 12/27/17

What’s up, GF2 fans! I’m back at it again this season bringing you guys some solid NBA values for the Wednesday night slate of games! This slate will consist of a nice 10-game schedule to play with. Each week the majority of my value plays will be at or under the $6,000 price range. Let’s get this DFS party started!

Point Guard

Jamal MurrayJamal Murray @ MIN ($5,900)

Murray has been pretty hot as of late and draws a juicy matchup for Wednesday evening! So far this year, the Wolves rank 22nd overall at defending against opposing point guards. In five of his last seven outings, Murray has scored 32+ FP for his owners and will be a fine value option for this slate. This season, he’s averaging 15.0 points, 3.1 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game for Denver.

Ricky Rubio @ GSW ($5,700)

Rubio is always a sketchy option because you just never know what type of player you’re going to get. Well, for this slate, he’ll be squaring off in a fast-paced matchup with the Warriors. So far this season, Golden State ranks 21st overall at defending against opposing point guards. This year, Rubio has managed to average a cool 26.0 FPPG for his loyal owners.

Shooting Guard

Justin Holiday vs. CHI ($5,300)

If you’re looking for a 5x caliber of player, you’ll get just that from Holiday on Wednesday night. So far this year, he’s managed to average a super solid 27.0 FPPG for his loyal owners. In 2017, Holiday is averaging 13.4 points, 4.5 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.2 steals per outing for Chicago. This season, the Knicks rank 15th overall at defending against opposing shooting guards.

Courtney Lee @ CHI ($5,100)

Lee has been very solid for New York in 2017, leading the team in steals, free-throw percentage and three-point percentage. In four of his last six games, Lee has scored 30+ FP for his owners and draws a decent matchup for this slate. So far this season, the Bulls rank 10th overall at defending against opposing shooting guards. This year, Lee has managed to average a nice 25.1 FPPG for New York.

Small Forward

Otto Porter @ ATL ($5,900)Otto Porter

I personally feel a lot better about using Porter when his price tag dips below $6,000 on DraftKings. So far this season, Otto has managed to average a consistent 30.1 FPPG for his owners. This year, he’s averaging 14.6 points, 6.6 rebounds and 1.5 steals per outing for the Wizards. In 2017, the Hawks rank 30th overall at defending against opposing small forwards.

Jayson Tatum @ CHA ($5,600)

With Jaylen Brown doubtful for Wednesday night, I don’t mind firing up Tatum in my lineups. In three of his last six outings, he’s scored 31+ FP for his owners and draws a stellar matchup versus Charlotte. So far this year, the Hornets rank 29th overall at defending against opposing small forwards. This season, Tatum has averaged 14.0 points, 5.6 rebounds and 1.4 assists per game for the Celtics.

Power Forward

Willie Cauley-Stein vs. CLE ($5,600)

If my man Cauley-Stein can see 30 minutes in this outing, he should be able to easily produce 5x value for our lineups. So far this year, he’s managed to average a cool 24.5 FPPG for his owners and has a quality matchup versus the Cavaliers. This season, Cleveland ranks 16th overall at defending against opposing power forwards. This year, Cauley-Stein is averaging 10.8 points, 6.1 rebounds and 2.2 assists per outing for the Kings.

Dirk Nowitzki @ IND ($4,800)

Go ahead and insert Nowitzki into your lineups for this slate against a fast-paced Indiana squad. So far this season, the Pacers rank 15th overall at defending against opposing power forwards. This year, Nowitzki has averaged 11.8 points, 5.4 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game for Dallas. Over his last two outings, Dirk has scored 31+ FP for his loyal DFS owners.

Center

Steven Adams vs. TOR ($5,700)

I pick Adams a lot in my value articles because he seems to be so darn consistent for our lineups! So far this season, he’s managed to average a fantastic 30.2 FPPG for his owners and draws an extra tasty matchup for this slate of games. So far this year, the Raptors rank 22nd overall at defending against opposing centers. This season, Adams has averaged 13.7 points and 8.9 rebounds per game for the Thunder.

Marcin Gortat @ ATL ($5,600)

Gortat is by no means a flashy DFS option but he’s cheap and consistent on a nightly basis for our lineups. For this slate, he’ll face off against a Hawks squad that ranks 25th overall at defending against opposing centers. So far this season, Gortat has managed to average a solid 25.0 FPPG for his owners. This year, he’s averaging 9.0 points, 8.5 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game for Washington.

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