NBA DFS Top Value Plays for 11/3/23
NBA DFS Top Value Plays for 11/3/23
Welcome to our NBA DFS Top Value Plays article of the new season. When it comes to NBA DFS, finding those hidden gems, the top value plays, can make all the difference in your fantasy lineup. In this article, we’ll break down some of the most promising value plays for the upcoming slate.
With injuries to key players like, Anfernee Simons, and Scoot Henderson, Brogdon’s role is set to expand further. He has consistently delivered fantasy points, with a floor of 28 points per game. Now, he’s the primary ball-handler for the team and faces a Memphis squad that ranks 29th against opposing point guards.
Brogdon is expected to take the lead role in the backcourt, and his recent stats are promising, averaging 18.2 points, 4.6 rebounds, and 4.4 assists in just 26.8 minutes per game. The matchup against a struggling Grizzlies team makes him an appealing option. With his increased minutes and usage, Brogdon offers significant value potential.
Deandre Ayton had a slow start with Portland but has picked up the pace recently. In his last two games, he posted 44 and 49 DraftKings points, showcasing his potential. The team is recognizing Ayton as their top player, and his touches are expected to increase with key players sidelined. Facing a Grizzlies team without Steven Adams, who was crucial for their defense, is an advantage. Memphis currently ranks 22nd in defensive efficiency ratings, making it a favorable matchup.
Ayton struggled initially but is now finding his rhythm. With better point guard play and increased minutes, he offers a valuable option for your DFS lineup. His price on DraftKings is particularly enticing if he maintains a mid-30s-minute role.
Jalen Williams is set to play a pivotal role for the Thunder, especially with Shai Gilgeous-Alexander sidelined. Alongside Josh Giddey, Williams will be a key contributor to the team’s offense. Williams has been a breakout player, averaging over 30 fantasy points per game. When Gilgeous-Alexander was out last year, Williams nearly averaged 40 fantasy points.
The matchup against the Golden State Warriors, who rank 23rd against opposing wings, is promising. With increased usage, Williams is expected to shine. His ability to contribute across various categories, including scoring and rebounding, makes him a solid play on both DraftKings and FanDuel.
While Josh Giddey is likely to see a usage spike with SGA’s absence, don’t overlook Luguentz Dort. Dort has the potential to outpace his salary, as he has already produced impressive fantasy points this season. Although he had a few games with reduced production, the additional opportunity without SGA should boost his numbers.
The Golden State Warriors have been tough on small forwards, but Dort’s shooting efficiency and increased usage should make him a valuable addition to your lineup. Keep an eye on him as a budget-friendly option.
Deni Avdija has shown glimpses of upside early in the season, with a recent game where he scored 40.5 DraftKings points. He consistently contributes between 23.9 and 25.9 DraftKings points. Avdija is locked into the starting small forward role for the Wizards and is taking more shots than ever, with improved shooting percentages.
Facing a Miami Heat team that struggled against small forwards last season and ranks 19th in defensive efficiency against the position, Avdija offers excellent value. Miami is also conceding 47 DraftKings points to threes, making Avdija an attractive sub-$6K selection.
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