BEST DraftKings & FanDuel NBA DFS Core 4 Plays
Tonight’s Best DraftKings and FanDuel NBA DFS Core 4 Plays stood out above the rest and it was not even close. Let’s dive into the sample image below and how I came to my NBA DFS Core 4 plays as my personal NBA DFS Building Blocks for FanDuel.
First, Luka Doncic has been going absolutely bonkers as of late. Over the last 5-Games, he’s clearly looked like his legs are finally under him and he isn’t getting winded so easily. He is going to be in a back and forth battle with the Bucks tonight and we can capitalize on DFS lineups. After Luka has been plugged in, Coby White is my next Building Block. He’s been extremely consistent and has been playing a ton of minutes and taking plenty of shots. I really like him as leverage off of Zach LaVine as well which allows me to plug him in and use other players at the shooting guard position that I really like.
Now, it’s not planned this way to end up having all guards in my NBA DFS Core 4 plays tonight but it just kind of came to fruition. Buddy Hield has hit 6 or more 3’s in his last two games while attempting 11 or more from beyond the arc. When his shot is falling, Buddy needs to be $7,000 on FanDuel. Currently, he’s just $5,700 and seems like an absolute steal. In fact, De’Aaron Fox almost made the Building Blocks list in my Core 4 tonight as well, but I went with Coby White instead. Fox is an honorable mention.
Eric Bledsoe would certainly be in play on FanDuel if he is starting. And while the public might jump to Nickeil Alexander-Walker if Bledsoe is out, I personally would look elsewhere due to his price point. For me, I want as much Zion Williamson as I can get if Bledsoe is out. I like him even if Bledsoe is in as well.
How to Build an NBA DFS Lineup with the Building Blocks
After you plug in the targets from the NBA Building Blocks, you’re going to want to make sure you round out your lineup with high ceiling type options. Ideally, you are using Fantasy Cruncher to finish your single entry lineup or using the Building Blocks as your Core 4 plays for MME.
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There are a lot of members that like to hand-build based on the DraftKings and FanDuel NBA DFS Core 4 plays from an individual coach. Others simply use the entire Building Blocks sheet to round out their top targets and either try to get as many of them as they can into a lineup or give them all an 8% projection boost by giving them a thumbs-up in the Fantasy Cruncher player pool.
When I am building my own DraftKings and FanDuel NBA DFS lineups, I often try to use the Building Blocks as preferred targets. Of course, I want to weigh my personal NBA DFS Core 4 Plays heavier than others, but by also targeting the other coaches Building Blocks, I am not forcing any certain outcome to happen and trying to remove as many biases as I can. It’s difficult but it’s my process and I find it easy to replicate.
That’s basically our goal as a company, too. As we have over 1,300 people in Discord in just our first few months as a company. We want to provide easy to replicate practices and processes. We aim to provide sharp projections, sheets, pools, picks, data, and Discord coaching. Ultimately, we want to be “Your Affordable Edge”.