NBA DFS Top Value Plays for Friday 3/10/23
Delon Wright DK $5,400 – FD $5,600
One player to consider for Friday’s NBA DFS games is Delon Wright, who is listed as both a point guard and shooting guard and is priced at $5,400 on DraftKings and $5,600 on FanDuel. Although it is uncertain whether Wright will maintain his starting role in Washington, he has performed remarkably well since taking over for Monte Morris.
Despite not being a high scorer, Wright has managed to average an impressive 32 DraftKings points per game. This is an exceptional output for a player priced below $6K, and his recent performances have been bolstered by his ability to fill up the stat sheet. Adding to his potential value, Wright faces off against Atlanta, who have given up the seventh-most fantasy points to opposing point guards, making him a prime value play to consider for Friday’s slate.
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Bogdan Bogdanovic DK $4,500 – FD $6,000
While his production can be somewhat volatile, he has shown flashes of brilliance, making him a viable option for tournaments. In his last game against the Wizards, he posted an impressive 37.1 FanDuel points in just 24 minutes of play, and six games ago, he recorded an even more impressive 40.7 FD points against the Nets.
Against the Wizards, Bogdanovic will face a team that has allowed the tenth-highest offensive efficiency rating to shooting guards at 23.6, and a 39.2% three-point shooting percentage to the position. Over the last 15 games, the Wizards have conceded an average of 44.7 FanDuel points per game to twos. With these favorable factors in mind, Bogdanovic could be a savvy value play to consider for your DFS lineup on Friday.
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Zach Collins DK $6,600 – FD $7,200
Another potential value play for Friday’s NBA DFS games is Zach Collins, who is listed as a power forward and center and priced at $6,600 on DraftKings and $7,200 on FanDuel. Despite his impressive performances as a starting center for the Spurs since Poeltl was traded to Toronto, Collins has not seen a significant price increase.
He has managed to score a minimum of 29 DraftKings points in seven consecutive games, and has averaged an impressive 35 DK points per game in his expanded role. With his impressive per-minute averages, Collins should be able to continue delivering solid performances against a weak defensive center. If you’re looking for a player with a high ceiling and reasonable price point, Collins is definitely worth considering for your DFS lineup on Friday.
Isaac Okoro $3,700 – FD $4,100
While his offensive production can be unpredictable, he may be worth considering given his favorable matchup against the Miami Heat, who are among the most vulnerable teams to small forwards. In fact, Okoro just put up a respectable 21 FanDuel points against Miami on Wednesday.
Miami comes in allowing the highest offensive efficiency rating to small forwards at 26.7, while also surrendering an average of 40.8 FanDuel points per game to the position. Additionally, Okoro has been shooting the ball particularly well from beyond the arc on the road, hitting 37.7% of his three-point attempts.
Miami has been giving up 36.9% three-point shooting at home, which is the seventh-highest figure in the league in that split. With these favorable factors in mind, Okoro could be a potential value play to consider for your DFS lineup on Friday.
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope DK $4,500 – FD $5,100
Looking for a potential value play for your NBA DFS lineup on Friday? Kentavious Caldwell-Pope is a shooting guard priced at $4,500 on DK and $5,100 on FD. He could be worth considering despite being a high risk/reward option.
His appeal is further enhanced by his favorable matchup against the Spurs, who are allowing the eighth-highest offensive efficiency rating to shooting guards at 24.7 and a 39.8% three-point shooting percentage to the position. KCP has already recorded a pair of impressive 27.3 FanDuel scores against the Spurs this season.
Additionally, over the last 15 games, the Spurs have been giving up an average of 46.9 FanDuel points per game to shooting guards, making KCP an intriguing value play to consider for Friday’s slate. While he may carry some risk, his potential reward is certainly worth considering when building your DFS lineup.