Argumentative Essay: Sunday Value Play

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An unexpected twist of injuries have left some of the top fantasy options in the NBA Playoffs on the sidelines recently, vaulting a few interesting names into the mix for tonight’s DFS action. Look for point guard and power forward to be the two positions that become critical to success in your lineups. Here’s a look at today’s value plays. Sunday Value Plays Point Guard Damian Lillard, POR, $9,100: After losing LaMarcus Aldridge, Nicolas Batum, Wes Matthews, and Robin Lopez (yes, that’s his entire starting five), the decks have been completely cleared for Lillard to get all the shots he wants this season in Portland, making him my darkhorse candidate for the scoring title this season. Lillard should benefit from a Phoenix defensive backcourt that allowed the second most FanDuel points to opposing…show more content…
As I’ve mentioned before on the Rotowire DFS podcast, the Blazers aren’t just bad. They’re could end up bouncing more ping pong balls than any other team when this season is over. Morris isn’t often a double-double threat, but he came close on Friday and will get another shot to do damage against Portland on the road today. Morris has one of the safest floors for his price point on Saturday Kris Humphries, WAS, $4,400: It took a full year, but the Wizards finally figured out that the Humphries plays the the type of blue collar basketball in the paint that suits the starting unit much better than Nene does. Humphries would have no trouble averaging a double-double if Washington found a way to get him 30 minutes on a consistent basis. With his price tag this close to minimum salary, eight points along with eight rebounds with any combo of two assists, steals, or block provides you the 5x point production that we’re looking for. Lock him in your lineups as a solid cash game punt
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