The new DraftKings and FanDuel Single Entry Picks are LIVE for 1/29! We get a 10 game slate with not a lot of value to go around. This slate dramatically changes if value opens up.
As of right now, there are no studs that I think I NEED in my lineups to do well. This isn’t due to the studs being bad plays but, more due to the lack of value we currently have on the slate. If value opens up, Nikola Jokic looks like a great play. He seemingly scores 60-70 fantasy points at will and is clearly the main cog for the Nuggets. He draws a matchup with a Spurs team that does not pose a threat and Denver has an implied total of 113.
Staying in the same game, Dejounte Murray looks like a play I will be targeting on DraftKings. His price tag is much lower than it has been this season. He will be a volatile play but, it is likely that he scores 40-50 DraftKings points if San Antonio stays in this game. He will be a volatile play which makes him a player that isn’t necessarily a lock for me.
In order to get the best possible Single Entry lineup, I like to focus on the players that have a high probability of paying off their salary or have a ceiling that could lead them to be the highest-scoring player on the slate. That is why you will see such a small player pool in this sheet daily. I am focusing on the best plays of that day because my goal is to make the best lineup possible.
Priority Targets are the players that I want in my lineup. How you get these players in your lineup is truly up to your style of creating lineups. Members often give those players a thumb up in FantasyCruncher or lock those players in. Again, this is really a personal preference.
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This is a sample of my NBA Building Block. This is where I identify who I would start my Single Entry lineup with DAILY. These players will be in my core for Single Entry contests. Typically, I lock in those four players and crunch my Single Entry lineup from there.
As you can see, there will be four coaches posting Building Blocks before each NBA main slate. How you use this content is up to you. Some members choose to use a thumb on each player that appears in a coach’s Building Block. Odds are if a player appears in all four Building Blocks, it might be a good day to lock them in.
We want to make DFS as easy as possible for you at an affordable cost. The NBA Study Hub is how I start my lineup building and where I go to upload my projections into FantasyCruncher. Sim models and heat maps in the NBA Study Hub are GREAT for those 1v1 or 2v2 player comparisons to determine who is the best play for that day.
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