NBA DraftKings DFS Values | 3/14/18
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 11-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!
J.J. Barea @ NYK ($5,500)
Yes, Barea is a reserve player for the Mavericks but he’s a legit spark plug off of the bench. His assist numbers over the last five games and draws a stellar matchup for this slate. So far this year, the Knicks rank 22nd overall defending opposing point guards. This season, Barea has managed to average a cool 25.7 FPPG for his owners. This year, he’s averaging 11.4 points, 3.0 rebounds and 6.3 assists per outing for Dallas.
Tomas Satoransky vs. MIN ($5,400)
With John Wall still out for the Wizards, Satoransky is a viable option for Wednesday’s slate of games. In two of his last three outings, Satoransky has scored 31+ FP for his owners and draws a solid matchup for this slate. So far this season, the Wolves rank 23rd overall at defending against opposing point guards.
Austin Rivers @ CHI ($6,000)
The shooting guard spot is rather thin at value plays for Wednesday night so Rivers is looking awfully tempting. So far this year, he’s averaging 15.5 points, 2.5 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game for the Clippers. In three of his last five outings, Rivers has scored 32+ FP for his owners. This season, the Bulls rank 22nd overall at defending against oppposing shooting guards.
JJ Redick vs. IND ($5,000)
Like I said above, shooting guard is tough for this slate so everyone could be a gamble. Redick is a fairly consistent cheap option with a nice matchup for Wednesday evening. So far this season, the Pacers rank 15th overall at defending against opposing shooting guards. This year, Redick has managed to average a solid 26.4 FPPG for his loyal owners.
Robert Covington vs. IND ($5,900)
I’m really liking the Philly players for this slate of games! So far this season, the Pacers rank 16th overall at defending against opposing small forwards. This year, Covington is averaging 12.6 points, 5.5 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.6 steals per outing for the Sixers. In two of his last three games, he’s scored 38+ FP for his owners.
Carmelo Anthony @ ATL ($5,800)
I don’t think I’ve mentioned Anthony one time all season long in my articles because of his inconsistency. Well, for this slate, I love his matchup! So far this year, the Hawks rank 30th overall at defending against opposing small forwards. This season, Anthony has managed to average a decent 29.1 FPPG for his owners. This year, he’s averaging 16.7 points, 5.9 rebounds and 1.3 assists per outing for the Thunder.
Lauri Markkanen vs. LAC ($5,800)
Markkanen should be a great option for this slate of games facing off against the Clippers! So far this season, Los Angeles ranks 16th overall defending against opposing power forwards. This year, Markkanen has averaged 14.9 points, 7.6 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game for the Bulls. In three of his last five outings, he’s scored 32+ FP for his loyal DFS owners.
Kyle O’Quinn vs. DAL ($4,700)
This pick is kind of a shot in the dark because O’Quinn is rather inconsistent but I can’t deny his matchup. New York should be able to take advantage of the Mavericks undersized post players. So far this year, Dallas ranks 26th overall at defending against opposing power forwards. In three of his last four games, O’Quinn has scored 29+ FP for his owners.
Jonas Valanciunas @ BKN ($5,900)
This guy seems to make an appearance in almost all of my values articles every single week. So far this season, the Nets rank 30th overall at defending against opposing centers. In three of his last five outings, Valanciunas has scored 37+ FP for his owners. This year, he’s averaging 12.1 points, 8.4 rebounds and 1.1 assists per game for the Raptors.
Serge Ibaka @ BKN ($5,300)
I really like both of Toronto’s big men for this slate of games in a cake matchup! So far this season, Ibaka is averaging 12.8 points, 6.1 rebounds and 1.3 blocks per outing for the Raptors. Yes, he’s let me down a ton this season but I can’t deny the matchup. This year, Ibaka has managed a cool 25.0 FPPG for his loyal owners.