NBA DFS Top Value Plays for Tuesday 5/9/23
Welcome to our latest NBA DFS article, where we bring you the top value plays for Tuesday 5/9/23. In this piece, we will provide you with a list of players who are priced lower than their true value, making them excellent options to consider for your fantasy lineup. We will analyze their recent performances and the matchups they face to help you make informed decisions and gain an edge over your competition. Get ready to build a winning lineup with our top value plays for Tuesday’s NBA DFS slate.
Michael Porter Jr. offering excellent value for Nuggets in Game 5 against Suns
As the Denver Nuggets head into Game 5 against the Phoenix Suns, Michael Porter Jr. has been delivering strong performances despite a couple of atypical inefficient games this postseason.
At a price of $6,700, he is offering excellent value, averaging 27.3 FD points per contest against the Suns. Porter has been on fire in the last two games, generating 36.4 and 35.0 FD points with the help of a pair of double-doubles.
With the Suns allowing elevated 48.0 percent shooting, including 36.8 percent from three-point range, on the road this postseason, Porter’s chances of providing a strong return are looking even better. His talent and potential make him an excellent addition to any fantasy lineup, and we can expect him to continue to thrive in the upcoming game.
Malcolm Brogdon: The Sixth Man of the Year Shining in the Playoffs
Malcolm Brogdon, the Sixth Man of The Year, has been delivering an exceptional performance in the playoffs against the Sixers. Despite his notably low price of $5,300 DK and $5,700 FD, Brogdon has been averaging an impressive 32.4 DK PPG through four games and shooting over 50% from 3 during the series, making him one of the most popular plays on the slate.
Brogdon has been providing stellar sixth-man work since the playoffs began, averaging 29.9 FD points during the current series with his 19.3 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 3.3 assists per contest. Moreover, Brogdon has been shooting 53.3 percent from behind the arc in that span, indicating his impressive skill set and talent on the court. With an average of 30 minutes and 14 shot attempts per game, Brogdon has a high level of opportunity to offer a strong return in the range of the 26.6 to 36.2 FD points he’s put up so far.
He is undoubtedly a valuable addition to any fantasy lineup, and we can expect him to continue to shine in the upcoming games.
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Tyrese Maxey proving to be a top value play for 76ers vs. Celtics
Despite shooting only 36.6 percent in the series against the Celtics, Tyrese Maxey has been a consistent source of fantasy points, averaging an impressive 31.9 FD points per game. With 16.5 points, 4.5 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 1.5 steals and 1.0 block per contest, Maxey has proven to be a well-rounded and versatile player, capable of impacting the game in multiple ways.
Despite sharing the floor with two high-usage assets, Maxey has been averaging 17.8 shot attempts per game, demonstrating his confidence and willingness to take charge on the court. Additionally, the Celtics have surrendered the most steals and blocks per game to guards in their five home playoff games so far, further increasing Maxey’s chances of producing a strong return.
With his talent and potential, Maxey is an excellent value at $6,500 and is definitely worth considering for any fantasy lineup. He has proven himself to be a reliable and consistent performer in the playoffs, and we can expect him to continue to make an impact in the upcoming game.
Big Al Providing Big Returns in Fantasy Lineups
Al Horford, PF/C for the Boston Celtics, has been a dominant force against the Philadelphia 76ers, especially in the playoffs. His excellent one-on-one defense against Joel Embiid has helped him to post back-to-back 35+ DK points in both Games 3 and 4, bringing his average to 31.7 fantasy PPG for the series.
Horford has been consistently delivering high-scoring performances throughout the playoffs, posting a 37-point average in his two most recent outings. He’s been averaging at least 29 DK points in five of his last six games, and with the magnitude of each game growing, Horford is being asked to do more. His playing time has also increased, with 38 minutes in Game 4, and if he continues to play at that level, he’ll be a must-have player in every lineup.
That’s all I’ve got for today
Thank you for checking out the article, I hope I was able to provide you with some value as you begin to build your DFS lineups for today’s contests.
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