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NBA DFS Top Value Plays for Thursday 3/23/23

NBA DFS Top Value Plays

In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the NBA DFS top value picks for the day. These players are all priced reasonably and have the potential to provide high fantasy production, making them smart choices for your lineup. So without further ado, let’s dive into the top NBA DFS value plays for Thursday.

Nick Richards

Richards has been inconsistent lately, but he’s shown flashes of brilliance with 32+ fantasy points in three straight games. Even though tonight’s matchup isn’t as favorable, his price is still reasonable, making him a solid choice on this small slate.

Assuming Mark Williams is still out, Richards is expected to start at center for the sixth consecutive game. He will face a Pelicans team that has allowed the eighth-highest offensive efficiency rating to centers (33.4). While Richards has encountered some foul trouble during his starting stint, he has also demonstrated considerable upside, scoring between 36.6 to 42.4 FD points in three contests. Furthermore, New Orleans has surrendered the sixth-most FD points per game to centers in the last 30 games (57.8), adding to Richards’ appeal.

Cole Anthony

Despite being overshadowed by Harris and Fultz in the starting lineup over the last three games, Anthony has been the most productive from a fantasy perspective. He hasn’t seen any changes in terms of minutes, but he has increased his usage, attempting 14 or more shots in each of the last three games while scoring 33 fantasy points in each. Even with Jalen Suggs in the lineup, Anthony was in good form, scoring 27 or more fantasy points in the three games prior.

On this small slate where value is hard to find, Anthony presents a great opportunity for fantasy production. At FD $6200 and DK $5600, he’s priced reasonably and has a high ceiling. He should be a staple in all formats and has the potential to be one of the top value plays of the day.

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Josh Hart

Josh Hart is a great pick for NBA DFS on Thursday 3/23/23, especially considering his reasonable price of $6,300. Since joining the Knicks via trade, he has been a great fit off the bench and has been averaging 29.1 FD points over his first 16 games in New York.

Hart has also shown great consistent form recently, scoring between 30 to 45.8 FD points in his previous three games. He’ll face a Magic team that has surrendered the 17th highest offensive efficiency rating to small forwards (22.7) and the fifth-most FD points per game to the position in the last 15 games (42.7). The Magic have also allowed 38.0 percent three-point shooting on threes, making Hart’s three-point shot a valuable weapon in this matchup.

Hart should have ample opportunities to shine in this game. Hart’s potential for strong fantasy production and his reasonable price make him a smart choice for NBA DFS on Thursday.

Mitchell Robinson

If you’re looking for an undervalued player in NBA DFS on Thursday 3/23/23, Mitchell Robinson is a solid choice. Despite being a strong performer this season, he’s priced at just $4,600 on DraftKings and $5,900 on FanDuel. He has averaged nearly 30 fantasy points per game and has even displayed a 50-point upside, making his low price tag hard to understand.

In his last three outings, Robinson has dropped 27 or more DK points in two of them, showing his consistent form. In addition, he provided 30 fantasy points in his last matchup against the Magic, and he’s expected to have a 30-minute role against their large frontcourt. Overall, Robinson’s undervalued price and consistent form make him a great pick for NBA DFS on Thursday.

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