NBA DFS Top Plays for Thursday 3/23/23
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is a player to watch out for, and his stats are simply absurd for someone priced below $10K. Even with a tougher matchup on paper, as the Clippers rank 12th in defensive efficiency, there’s no reason to be worried. Paul George is out, and the current total for the game is the highest on the slate, at 233. With such an advantageous situation, there’s no doubt that SGA will continue to shine tonight.
Despite his incredible performance and impressive stats, SGA remains in the $9K range, which is simply mind-boggling. He has been fantastic since the break, even while dealing with injuries. Over his last eight games, he’s averaged an astonishing 35 points, 5.8 rebounds, and 4.3 assists, racking up over 51 fantasy points a game.
On Thursday, we have a small four-game slate, and surprisingly, there are no players over $10K on DraftKings. This makes it easier to create a more balanced lineup, but SGA remains a must-have for any winning lineup. He’s a steal at his current price, and he’s proven to be a consistent and valuable asset to any fantasy team.
With Paul George out for the next few weeks due to a sprained knee, Leonard is poised to take the lead and dominate both ends of the floor. His recent form is impressive, having scored at least 36 DraftKings points in an astounding 27 straight games. And with a 49-point average in that span, he’s certainly not slowing down any time soon.
His ability to score, rebound, and defend makes him an invaluable asset to any fantasy team, and he’s sure to provide a consistent return on investment and with Paul George out, his role is only going to increase, making him an even more attractive option for DFS lineups.
While the Thunder boast a Top 10 defense, this game has the highest total on the slate at 233. With his talent, opportunity, and impressive stats, Kawhi is a must-have core play in all formats.
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If you’re looking for a great value pick in your NBA DFS lineup, Jalen Brunson is definitely a player to keep an eye on. He’s been coming in at a discount price of under $8K on DraftKings making him an attractive option for any budget.
With his recent performance and reliable stats, Brunson is definitely a player worth considering for your DFS lineups. He’s a bargain on DraftKings, making him a solid choice for any format. If you’re looking for a player who can provide both value and production, Brunson is definitely worth a spot on your roster.
Brandon Ingram is a player who doesn’t always get the recognition he deserves. Despite the struggles of the New Orleans Pelicans since Zion’s injury, Ingram has been a shining star, doing everything he can to keep the team afloat.
With an impressive average of 41 DraftKings points per game across his last 18 outings, and a 45-point average across his last four fixtures, Ingram is a reliable scorer who can be counted on to deliver consistent fantasy points. And against Charlotte, who sits 23rd in points allowed while posting a 29th OPRK against opposing forwards, Ingram should be able to reach his targets with ease.
Ingram has been on a roll since returning from an ankle injury, piling up an impressive 178.5 DraftKings points in just four games. As the volume scorer for the Pelicans, he’s often the primary ballhandler as well, especially with Jose Alvarado sidelined. So, if you’re looking for a reliable scorer who can deliver consistent fantasy points, Brandon Ingram is definitely a player to consider for your NBA DFS lineup.
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