DFS NBA FanDuel Lineup Spreadsheet 3/6/17
What’s up, everyone? Hope you had a good DFS weekend. Sorry, there was no spreadsheet this weekend, I was busy at the day job, but I’m back just in time for this huge Monday slate. Big slates are always tough because there are so many options to choose from. Hopefully, the spreadsheet will help you narrow down your choices.
Starting tonight, I’m going to give you some bullet point items that I see what I look at the sheet, and, hopefully, it will help you build better lineups. Here is the sheet link…
Things That Stand Out to Me:
PG Mike Conley $7,800
Conely checks every box on the sheet. He has the purple grade, the two thumbs up on the matchup, the “hot” tag, and of all the purple players tonight, he is the cheapest. He will be in a lot of my lineups for sure.
SG Kentavious Caldwell-Pope $5,300
KCP gets the “hot” tag, but be warned, the hot tag goes by the last five-game average, and exactly five games ago he put up 48.3 FanDuel points. I still think he is a decent value play, but his “hot” status is a little misleading.
PG Ish Smith $4,600
Smith gets the “value” magenta and a green level grade, and he may be one of my favorite values on the sheet. Three of his last five games he has had at least 37 FnaDuel points.
SG Giannis Antetokounmpo $10,800
ABC gets a “yellow” risky grade with only a 16 as his grade. His last five game average and his price tag are really hurting his score. He has had a few sub-par games over his last five, but don’t let that discourage you. Studs can go off at any time, and he does have the one thumbs up for DvP (defense vs position).
SF Kawhi Leonard $9,200
As the highest ranked small forward, the “hot” tag, and the one thumbs up DvP, he looks like a must play against the Rockets. He is nearly 2K cheaper than LeBron James and has similar upside in a pace up game for the Spurs.
SF Moe Harkless $4,800 / Terrence Ross $4,500
Two very good value small forwards that have been playing well of late. Ross gets the slight edge because of his “hot” tag, one thumb up, and his slightly cheaper price tag.
PF Zach Randolph $6,300
Randolph is always a good option in a good matchup. He is always low owned, and in a three thumbs up matchup, he will be a good GPP play at $6,300.
C Jusuf Nurkic $5,900
As the №2 overall graded center at $5,900, he is a no-brainer play. For some reason, his price went down after his three straight good games and a one thumbs up matchup.
C Greg Monroe $6,600
Monroe has the best matchup of all the centers, and if you are looking for an alternative to Nurkic, he looks to be in a good spot.
Originally published at GoingFor2.com.