The new DraftKings and FanDuel Single Entry Picks are LIVE for 2/5! We have a 9 game slate with heaps of value on Oklahoma City.
What do we do with Oklahoma City? For me, I don’t want too many players from the Thunder but, I want a couple. They are the best value that is available on the slate but, the likelihood that 4 or 5 players from the Thunder end up in the optimal lineup is rather low. In FantasyCruncher, I am setting a rule that limits my exposure to Oklahoma City to 3 players max. Justin Jackson, Theo Maledon, and Hamidou Diallo stand out as the top 3 Thunder players to target on DraftKings. Darius Bazley and Al Horford are more in play on FanDuel.
None of the top pay up options stand out to me as priority targets on today’s slate. Nikola Vucevic looks like the player I am going to be prioritizing on both DraftKings and FanDuel. Assuming the game stays close, Vucevic will attempt ~20 shots, get around 10 rebounds, and should get opportunities for assists. The matchup against Chicago is a big pace up spot for Orlando as well. I like Vucevic’s chances against the likes of Thad Young and Daniel Gafford.
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.
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