NBA Value Street
By Dylan Thompson
What up Money Team. We did it again, massive results from our previous value street article. Let’s dig in again.
And my hurricane pick Embiid went bonkers for 80 fantasy points and 8.9X
PG Aaron Holiday – Here we have Indiana facing one of the fastest pace teams along with one of the worst defenses. At a price tag of $4500, I honestly believe this game could get out of hand quickly and if it does holiday will see an extended run. More minutes means more fantasy profiting opportunities.
SG Josh Richardson – The last time I played this young man I was sadly disappointed, but today he has a much better match up against the San Antonio team that is still currently trying to find a rhythm. I see a bounce back spot here with my projections putting him at right around 6X return. San Antonio is middle of the pack when it comes to defensive efficiency, and we all know that Richardson has potential to put up big points.
SF Jrue Holiday – At almost a bare minimum price tag of $3800, you simply cannot ignore this play tonight. I’ve already spoke in length about the weakness of Washington’s defense, and here is another prime spot to target especially if you are looking for salary relief. Washington is ranked 29th against the small forward position, and I can definitely see holiday taking advantage of this here.
PF Clarke – New Orleans looked fantastic against Utah, but that hope quickly dissipated in the next game. Clark should be in an amazing position to return almost 7X value here, with New Orleans coming in ranked 22 in the league defending the power forward position. His price tag is slowly starting to climb, so while he is still only $5000 we need to take advantage of this while we still can.
C Thomas Bryant – had a price tag of $6300 one of the only reasons that I will be targeting Thomas Bryant in this matchup is simply because he will be facing Miles Turner. We seen what Embiid Did against Turner a couple days ago, and Thomas Bryant should be able to have his way as well in this matchup. I would not be surprised to see another 6X return at least against a poor interior Indiana defense.
My Hurricane pick of the night….
Anthony Davis – you will hardly ever hear me talk about Anthony Davis in extent, but tonight is just a gut feeling and I’m going to roll with it. I have Rostered him twice in the past week and he has let me down both times, but I think tonight is the night we see AD do what we know he can do. As long as the minutes are there, he should have no problem at all playing bully ball against a Utah team.
If you have any questions feel free to ask, let’s get this money and take down those pesky Dfs sharks.