I did recommend 3 bargain options for last night's games, and although none of them turned out to be miracle workers, all of them put up solid games.
Justise Winslow was his usual stat-stuffing self (nine points, six rebounds, four assists, one steal) while Maxi Kleber (11 points, 7 rebounds, 2 assists) and De'Anthony Melton (11 points, 2 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals) were also helpful.
Now, could I repeat the same luck for an 11-game slate? Let's see.
1.) Theo Maledon, PG/SG, OKC Thunder
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1.) Theo Maledon, SG, OKC Thunder
DraftKings: $5,000; FanDuel: $4,800; Yahoo: $14
With injuries to George Hill and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Maledon assumed the ballhandling duties for the Thunder. While he won't probably be the next coming of Allen Iverson scoring-wise, Maledon has been stuffing the stat sheet, totaling six steals, plus three rebounds, four dimes, and a block in the victory against Houston. Still without Hill and SGA plus Lu Dort, Maledon will continue to be a DFS gem.
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My prediction about who to pick and avoid for the studs went south as Kevin Durant gave way to a vintage Kyrie Irving performance. Steph Curry proved me wrong with 38 markers along with 11 boards and 8 dimes.
For the mid-tier salaries, Enes Kanter delivered with another double-double performance while Evan Fournier (my AVOID pick) was pretty decent. On my bargains picks, it was Xavier Tillman and DeAnthony Melton who provided the decent numbers. But then again, RoCo had 19 points and 9 rebounds Read More