The Top Ten Plays For Under DK $5,000 on DraftKings for 11/2:
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I thought I was being smart by taking the Kelly-Clarkson Lakers tandem of the Lakers over Julius Randle and placed in the Top 5 of a Winner Take All. I still finished up on the night, but today, I’m hungry for some DK cash.
Al-Farouq Aminu (DK $4,800)
He’s got over 30 FPTS in his last two games. It’s that simple. I see high ownership here.
Isaiah Canaan (DK $5,000)
If he gets his three-ball going, he’s going to be launching them all game, in what will probably be a demolition by the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Tony Allen (DK $4,300)
Tony Allen has good games against good teams. That’s the secret to Tony Allen. And with SF being one of the weaker positions on the Warriors, I expect TA to hit value.
Festus Ezeli (DK $3,400)
He’s in the starting line-up for Golden State. Sure, he’s going against one of the best frontcourts in the league so there’s risk involved, but not much for $3,400.
Matthew Dellavedova (DK $3,200)
In what will likely be a blowout of the Sixers, I expect the bench to get a lot of run. And Matthew Delly showed already that he’s ready to dish that assist peanut butter jelly.
Manu Ginobili (DK $4,200)
He might be old but against a historically undisciplined although thoroughly refined squad of the New York Knicks, smart basketball usually does well, and Manu is one of the smartest players in the game.
Langston Galloway (DK $4,400)
Just like in the case of Manu Ginobili, Langston is also one of the smartest players in the game on both sides of the ball. I expect him to get 30 minutes and easily hit value.
Corey Brewer (DK $4,300)
Corey Brewer thrives in the fast pace game, and is usually in the game when the Rockets are down, and I expect both scenarios to be descriptive of this game.
Jerami Grant (DK $3,800)
Jerami is another player who I expect to benefit from a Cavs-Sixers blowout. He had the best game of all the Sixers in his last game and can fill up the stat sheet if he gets going.
Kristaps Porzingis (DK $4,600)
I think his height advantage comes into play against the Spurs. It’s a risky play since Kristaps has not yet seen the beauty of Spurs basketball, but anywhere between 22-28 seems reasonable.