NBA DFS Playoff Preview Kings vs Warriors Game 5
As the series between the Kings and Warriors heats up, NBA fans are treated to some thrilling fourth-quarter action. Game four saw the Kings keep fighting back to stay in the game until the very end, while the Warriors have been mostly successful in keeping Stephen Curry under control.
While Curry remains a popular DFS pick, Ja Morant is a solid option at a similar price point. Klay Thompson has been consistent throughout the series, making him a viable pick for both DraftKings and FanDuel. In an unexpected move, the Warriors brought Draymond Green off the bench in game four, but it remains to be seen whether he will start or come off the bench in game five. Jordan Poole is a good value option on DraftKings, while Green is more of a tournament pick.
Meanwhile, Andrew Wiggins has been impressively productive for the Warriors since returning to the team, scoring consistently high fantasy points in the first four games. Kevon Looney is another solid pick, especially considering his strong performances in the two games played at home.
On the Kings side, De’Aaron Fox’s injury concerns seem to have dissipated, making him an enticing DFS pick at his current price point on DraftKings. Malik Monk has also been a dependable option for the Kings throughout the series. Davion Mitchell‘s playing time will be dependent on his impact on the game, making him a bit of a wild card.
Overall, this series has been an exciting one to watch, and the upcoming game five promises to be no different. With both teams fighting hard to advance, DFS players will have plenty of options to choose from in what could be a pivotal game in the series.
As NBA fans gear up for Kings vs Warriors Game 5, DFS players are looking to make some savvy picks on DraftKings. Here are our top 3 plays and value picks for tonight’s game:
Stephen Curry (PG, GS) – Despite being listed at a high salary, Curry is always a top pick due to his consistency and potential for explosive performances.
Domantas Sabonis (C, SAC) – Sabonis has been a strong contributor throughout the series, making him a dependable pick with a solid floor.
De’Aaron Fox (PG, SAC) – While his recent injury scare may have some DFS players hesitant, Fox has been playing exceptionally well and remains a strong pick.
Jordan Poole (PG/SG, GS) – With a lower salary and solid production so far, Poole is a great value pick with room for upside.
Harrison Barnes (SF/PF, SAC) – Barnes has had mixed performances in the series, but could be a sneaky pick for DFS players looking for a cheaper option.
Davion Mitchell (PG/SG, SAC) – While he’s more of a wildcard pick due to his playing time being dependent on his impact, Mitchell’s lower salary makes him a low-risk value pick.
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