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Dennis Smith Jr. (NY)

FanDuel ($7,000/26.75 FPPG)

DraftKings ($6,000/27.3 FPPG)

In New York’s unexpected win against the Spurs Smith Jr. performed well, draining 47% of his field goals and putting up 19 points, 13 assists, 6 rebounds as well as two steals giving him a double-double. This performance marked the 7th time in 9 games that Smith Jr. has played for the Knicks that he has scored double digit points. Smith Jr. should be seeing big minutes as one of New York’s only major and effective offense weapons, making him a great value pick for fantasy rosters. 


Danilo Gallinari (LAC)

FanDuel ($7,300/31.38 FPPG)

DraftKings ($6,300/32.6 FPPG)

In his less than average 23 minutes of playing time in the Clippers victory against the Knicks on Sunday, Gallinari sunk 53.3% of his field goals and 50% of his three pointers giving him 20 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists. He’s put up above 25 fantasy points in his last 7 contests, 4 in which he accrued above 30 FP including a 40.3 FP performance in the Clippers’ win against the Grizzlies 10 days ago. He will probably return to playing more minutes tonight as the Clippers visit the Lakers, giving fantasy players an opportunity for a player with high upside with little risk involved.


Buddy Hield (SAC)

FanDuel ($7,600/31.60 FPPG)

DraftKings ($7,000/33.6 FPPG)

With Marvin Bagley III out with a knee injury, Hield will be seeing an increase in his usage tonight as the Kings face the Knicks. In half of Sacramento’s last 4 games, Hield has scored above 30 points, including 32 points in a one point loss to the Bucks and a team-high 34 points in a victory over the Thunder on February 23rd. His fantasy performance has been impressive lately with Hield having scored consistently above 30 fantasy points including a handful of 40 and 50 FP games since January 25th. Fantasy players and Sacramento Kings fans alike will be hoping that Hield can keep up with the extra pressure on him to perform up to par for increased minutes in Bagley’s absence. 

Trail Blazers vs Raptors 

Vegas Favorite – Raptors (-5.0), O/U – 229.5 

Money Line : POR (+170) TOR (-200)


Players to Watch 


Damian Lillard (POR)

FanDuel ($9,400/43.14. FPPG)

DraftKings ($8,400, 44.80 FPPG)

Damian Lillard has had a stellar month and has led the Trail Blazers across most categories. He has averaged 22.9 points, 4.9 rebounds and 7.1 assists over the month of February. He has been a great, consistent option for fantasy players and will be a great pick once again tonight as Portland, the number 4 team in the Western Conference take on  Toronto, the number 2 team in the Eastern Conference.


Kawhi Leonard (TOR)

FanDuel ($9,500/45.31 FPPG)

DraftKings ($8,800/46.00 FPPG)

While Kawhi has only played 7 out of the 10 games Toronto has played in February, in those games he has put up pretty great numbers averaging 21.1 points, 5.1 rebounds and 3.9 assists. Since the Raptors blew out the Celtics 118-95 in their game on Tuesday, Leonard only had to play 21 minutes or he may have put up even better stats. With the two days rest he has had, he should be able to put up great numbers again tonight against Portland. 


Other Players to Watch Tonight 


Giannis Antetokounmpo (MIL) 

FanDuel ($11,000/55.78 FPPG)

DraftKings ($11,600/57.10 FPPG)


Kemba Walker (CHA)

FanDuel ($9,300/41.11 FPPG)

DraftKings ($8,200/43.00 FPPG)


Kyrie Irving (BOS)

FanDuel ($9,900/43.08)

DraftKings (8,900/44.40)


Bradley Beal (WAS)

FanDuel ($9,900/43.06 FPPG)

DraftKings ($8,700/44.60 FPPG)

With a massive 11-game slate on tap tonight, I thought the best approach today would be to highlight some of my favorite plays across all price ranges. These recommendations are probably best suited for tournaments on FanDuel tonight, as there is certainly some volatility baked into them, but for the price, you are going to have a tough time beating the upside. Let’s dive in.

D’Angelo Russell ($9,100) – You are the definition of a perfect tournament play when your last four games range between 10.7 points and 56.7 points. That remains the same tonight, but the matchup and game environment couldn’t be much better for Russell. As only the fifth most expensive shooting guard, Russell steps into a high-paced game where the Nets have the second-highest implied total on the slate as both teams play in the top 13 of pace on the season.

Would you believe me if I told you that Russell’s usage is the highest for a point guard and third highest overall on this slate? As of today, Russell’s usage is equal to Lebron’s season number, higher than Giannis, and is second only to Harden over the last two weeks across the entire league. With Spencer Dinwiddie out of his way sue to injury, Russell has been option A, B, and C for the nets and I predict the Wizards putting up very little resistance tonight.

Myles Turner ($7,300) and Kyle O’Quinn ($3,900) –  If you take a peek at the season-long numbers for centers against the Dallas Mavericks, they look pretty average. 14th in defensive efficiency, 17th in real plus-minus against the position, and 15th in FD points allowed per game. But what that doesn’t factor in is the recent trade of DeAndre Jordan and what that has done to the interior defense for the Mavs. Over the last two weeks, no team has a worse defensive rating than the Mavericks, per On the season, the Mavericks still rank 14th overall, so they have seen a massive drop in defensive ability in the weeks since the trade deadline.

With Domantas Sabonis likely to miss this game, front-court minutes should be plentiful for Turner and O’Quinn. It’s tough to lock in one of these guys at your center position when you only have one spot available on FanDuel, but if you need salary relief or are looking to get contrarian, there aren’t too many under-the-radar better matchups for centers than the Pacers see tonight.

Klay Thompson ($7,200) – This price is now simply too cheap with the news that DeMarcus Cousins will not play tonight. At $7,200 Klay is just the 11th most expensive SG on the evening – and this for a player who has scored less than 31 FD points one time in his last 10 games and is suiting up for a team with the sixth highest implied total on the board.

Typically, we think of the Heat as a tough defensive matchup, and with good reason. On the season, the Heat rank 7th in the NBA in defensive rating and 2nd in defensive efficiency. Drilling down, however, we see opportunity for Thompson in his individual matchup. The Heat rank only 25th in defensive efficiency against shooting guards on the season and Dion Waiters being inserted into the starting lineup has certainly not helped matters. Waiters is the ranked 66th in SG real plus-minus on the season. In fact, the recent roster shuffling has had an overall impact on the team defense. As mentioned above, the Heat are 7th in defensive rating on the season, but looking at just the last 10 days that number plummets to 29th in the league. Playing with Justice Winslow tonight should provide a lift to the team defense, but that’s why this makes Klay the perfect tournament option. A great individual matchup plus some increased usage coming his way due to Cousins resting could lead to a fun night in Miami

Joakim Noah ($5,700) – In the nightly game of who is actually available to play in the Grizzlies’ front-court, tonight’s winners look to be Jonas Valanciunas, Noah, and Chandler Parsons. Now, Parsons can land himself a supermodel with the best of ’em, but I wouldn’t want him on a basketball floor for more than about 10 minutes a night (and that’s only if you are a team like the Grizzlies who are trying to lose). With Jaren Jackson Jr. and Ivan Rabb likely out, Noah and J-Val should get all the minutes they can handle. Valanciunas, based on the past few games, is now priced higher than Jusuf Nurkic, Clint Capela, and Al Horford. Think about that for a minute. I would much rather take a shot on Noah at a price point less than Cody Zeller and Dewayne Dedmon.

The Grizzlies and their slow pace typically don’t equate to fantasy goodness, but they are expected to receive an eight point bump tonight against the Bulls. In addition, the Bulls are the worst team in the league for defensive efficiency against the center position. Noah has shown 30-minute upside in two of his last six games, and if he is forced into action for that long tonight, we could be looking at 6x-7x value based on his 1.14 fantasy points per minutes this season. It’s not easy to scroll past all the stud centers on this slate to get to Noah, but he unlocks the key guards and forwards for tonight.

Celtics vs Bucks 

Vegas Favorite – Bucks (-5.5), O/U – 227.5

Money Line :  BOS (+185) MIL (-230)

Players to Watch 

Al Horford (BOS) – ($8,000/32.26 FPPG)

Season Averages – 12.7 PPG, 6.8 RPG, 4.0 APG

Khris Middleton (MIL) – ($6,400/31.66 FPPG)

Season Averages – 17.1 PPG, 5.8 RPG, 4.2 APG



Rockets vs Lakers 

Vegas Favorite – Rockets (-3.0), O/U – 232.5

Money Line : HOU (-150) LAL (+130)

Players to Watch 

James Harden (HOU) – ($12,600/58.89 FPPG)

Season Averages – 36.6 PPG, 6.7 RPG, 7.7 APG

LeBron James (LAL) – ($11,700/50.77 FPPG)

Season Averages – 26.8 PPG, 8.6 RPG, 7.6 APG



Kings vs Warriors 

Vegas Favorite – Warriors (-12.5), O/U – 239.0

Money Line : SAC (+750) GSW (-1200)

Players to Watch 

De’Aaron Fox (SAC) – ($7,000/35.99 FPPG)

Season Averages – 17.2 PPG, 3.7 RPG, 17.2 APG

Kevin Durant (GSW) – ($10,200/47.40 FPPG)

Season Averages – 27.6 PPG, 7.0 RPG, 5.9 APG

Center is an interesting position across the DFS landscape. Primarily it has to do with site-specific scoring combined with what centers traditionally do on a basketball court. Since I am about to recommend three centers for tonight’s back-from-the-break slate, I thought it prudent to dive into why these might be more relevant choices for a site like FanDuel or Yahoo, but not as much for a site like DraftKings.

FanDuel and Yahoo have an identical scoring system:

Point – 1
Rebound – 1.2
Assist – 1.5
Steal – 3
Block – 3
Turnover – (-1)

DraftKings, on the other hand, scores NBA differently:

Point – 1
3 pt. made – .5
Rebound – 1.25
Assist – 1.5
Steal – 2
Block – 2
Turnover – (-.5)
Double-double – 1.5
Triple-Double – 3

It’s no surprise that we are looking for points, rebounds, and blocks from our centers (typically) and we are not as concerned with assists, three pointers, and steals from the position (again, typically). The turnover scoring on DraftKings also favors centers as FanDuel and Yahoo penalize all players twice as much for a turnover on their sites.

A simple analysis would tell us that points being equal, rebounds slightly in DK’s favor, blocks strongly in FD’s favor, turnovers strongly in DK’s favor, and the double-double bonus in DK’s favor – we should expect larger scores for centers on DK.


What this broad generalization does not take into account is the type of center we may wish to deploy based on slate options and roster construction. Take, for example, the past five games from a couple of centers on the slate tonight:

In Cousins, we get to almost look at two centers in one. On one hand we have a historically dominant, high-usage big man who has been the focal point of offenses and displays an inside-out game that is tough to beat. On the other, Cousins so far this season is minutes-restricted, lower-usage, and less dominant as he recovers from an Achilles injury and adapts to life on a team of superstars.

In his games on Feb. 12 and Feb. 2, we saw flashes of the pre-injury Cousins, as he put up a combined 32 shots, double-doubled in both games with points and rebounds, and even hit one three pointer in each game. In throwback games like this, he will score higher on DraftKings, as the chart above shows.

For the other three games, we have what was seemingly a more timid Cousins on the floor. In these contests, he put up a combined 23 shots, 14 rebounds, and one three pointer made. Not surprisingly, he scores better on FD and Yahoo those nights. Also contributing are his stocks (steals+blocks). He averaged two stocks per game on Feb. 2 and 12, but averaged 3.67 his other three, lending his performances to better FD/Yahoo scores where those count for three points each.

This quick and dirty analysis begins to introduce for us a pattern that we will see from other mid- to low-priced centers.

Lopez is priced at $5,300 on FD and $4,500 on DK today, so we are talking about another cheap center play, but it’s clear that how he accumulates stats plays more into being rostered on FanDuel than DraftKings. Bro-Lo is a player who rarely double-doubles, his only one this season coming on Jan. 21, and is adept at piling up the steals and blocks – 22 total in his last seven games. This type of player is ideal for prioritizing FD over DK. Even the 2.4 three pointers Lopez makes per game this season are not enough to push him towards higher DK scoring in most cases. In fact, Lopez typically scores higher in DK only when he has low “Stock” numbers. Case in point is Feb. 8 when he had a total of one.

The scoring system flips in favor of DK when we start moving up the pricing list to the stud centers. Players like Joel Embiid, Nikola Jokic, and Nikola Vucevic consistently score better on DK because of regular double-doubles and a less punishing turnover score. These high-usage post players have reliably higher turnover numbers, but are not penalized as harshly as they are on FD/Yahoo.

Why does this matter? In the grand scheme of things we are sometimes talking about a couple points or fractions of points. In DFS, while information is more readily available and the edge that once existed among grinders is shrinking, any small advantage we can identify should be prepared to use in our favor. Especially on FanDuel where you are locked into one center, knowing the right plays at the right time can be the difference between a cash line and bust.

The cheap chalk tonight is clearly going to be Boban the Great, but if you are looking to differentiate, the following deserve a look:

DeMarcus Cousins ($7,600) – A recently got a news alert that read “Cousins no longer has a minutes limit.” Music to my ears. As long as the price stays under $9K with no minutes restriction, we should be jumping on Cousins as often as we can. The Warriors, despite being the 10th fastest team in Pace this season, get the biggest Pace bump of the night against Sacramento and are projected to score 3.3 more points per 100 possessions. Combine that with matchup against a team ranked 24th in defensive efficiency against centers and I am running to grab Cousins tonight. On a team with Curry, Thompson, Durant et al, Cousins is still demanding a 25.5% usage rate and is averaging 1.4 fantasy points per minute.

Al Horford ($8,000) – I would certainly want to pay $400 less for Cousins tonight in a track meet game, but if you really want to go YOLO tonight, Horford might be your man. The Celtics are projected for a 2.6 point pace bump tonight, despite the match-up against a stout Bucks defense. But the one vulnerable spot on Milwaukee is against centers, where they rank 29th of 30 teams. Horford has played in one of the two games against the Bucks this year, netting 36 FD points back in November. I wish the price was back in the mid-7K range we saw before the break, but the potential is still there for Horford to 5x his price tonight.

Jusuf Nurkic ($8,100) – Keeping with the theme, I would also want to pay just $100 more for Nurkic than I would for Horford, but there is one substantial question in Portland we need to solve to have full confidence in Nurkic. Obviously, we know what centers do to Brooklyn. They allow the third most FD points and real-life points to the position and have routinely been destroyed by players a lot less talented than Nurkic (i.e. 14 points, 11 rebounds, and six block for Al Horford). But with Enes Kanter joining the team post-break there is a wrinkle here that deserves monitoring. Will Kanter get traditional backup big-man minutes? Will the Blazers try to keep Nurkic fresh for the playoffs? His minutes are slightly down to only 27.3 per game, and while that’s plenty of time to destroy the Nets, if we start seeing a more 25-23 split in minutes among the two centers, I may have to rethink my usage.

But on the positive side, the Nets are 30th in the defense vs. archetype tool against players similar to Nurkic and with Embiid sitting tonight, Nurkic does project to have the highest point total for the position. On a fantasy points per minute basis, we have no worries about the Blazers big man tonight, but it’s the minutes we must watch. Tread carefully.

Trail Blazers vs Thunder 

Vegas Favorite – Thunder (-6.0), O/U – 231.0

Money Line : POR (+210) OKC (-260)

Players to Watch 

Damian Lillard (POR) – ($10,200/43.12 FPPG)

Season Averages – 26.2 PPG, 4.5 RPG, 6.4 APG 

Russell Westbrook (OKC) – ($12,100/54.60 FPPG)

Season Averages – 21.2 PPG, 11.1 RPG, 11.2 APG 



Mavericks vs Rockets 

Vegas Favorite – Rockets (-10.0), O/U – 221.5 

Money Line : DAL (+450) HOU (-650)

Players to Watch 

Luka Doncic (DAL) – ($9,800/38.35 FPPG)

Season Averages – 20.8 PPG, 7.0 RPG, 5.5 APG

Chris Paul (HOU) – ($7,800/36.73 FPPG)

Season Averages – 15.6 PPG, 4.2 RPG, 7.9 APG



Heat vs Nuggets 

Vegas Favorite – Nuggets (-10.5), O/U – 214.0

Money Line : MIA (+450) DEN (-650)

Players to Watch 

Josh Richardson (MIA) – ($6,700/30.94 FPPG)

Season Averages – 17.8 PPG, 3.6 RPG, 3.8 APG

Nikola Jokic (DEN) – ($11,400/47.77 PPG)

Season Averages – 20.4 PPG, 10.5 RPG, 7.7 APG

Celtics vs Cavaliers 

Vegas Favorite – Celtics (-11.0), O/U – 211.0

Money Line : BOS (-900) CLE (+600)

Players to Watch 

Al Horford (BOS) – ($8,000/31.54 FPPG)

Season Averages – 12.7 PPG, 6.6 RPG, 3.8 APG

Jordan Clarkson (CLE) – ($5,400/25.30 FPPG)

Season Averages – 16.8 PPG, 3.3 RPG, 2.3 APG



Lakers vs Pacers 

Vegas Favorite – Lakers (-2.5), O/U – 217.0

Money Line : LAL (-140) IND (+120)

Players to Watch 

LeBron James (LAL) – ($10,800/50.67 FPPG)

Season Averages – 27.2 PPG, 8.5 RPG, 7.2 APG

Myles Turner (IND) – ($7,300/32.82 FPPG)

Season Averages – 13.2 PPG, 7.2 RPG, 1.7 APG 



Raptors vs 76ers

Vegas Favorite – 76ers (-3.0), O/U – 231.0

Money Line : TOR (+130) PHI (-150)

Players to Watch 

Kawhi Leonard (TOR) – ($9,800/46.49 FPPG)

Season Averages – 27.4 PPG, 7.9 RPG, 3.1 APG

Joel Embiid (PHI) – ($11,600/52.78 FPPG)

Season Averages – 27.2 PPG, 13.5 RPG, 3.6 APG

Hawks vs Kings 

Vegas Favorite – Kings (-5.0), O/U – 236.5

Money Line : ATL(+180) SAC (-220)

Players to Watch 

Trae Young (ATL) – ($7,300/30.50 FPPG)

Season Averages – 16.4 PPG, 3.2 RPG, 7.3 APG

De’Aaron Fox (SAC) – ($7,800/36.49 FPPG)

Season Averages – 17.6 PPG, 3.7 RPG, 7.2 APG



Jazz vs Trail Blazers 

Vegas Favorite – Jazz (-1.0), O/U – 217.5

Money Line : UTA (-110) POR (-110)

Players to Watch

Donovan Mitchell (UTA) – ($9,000/36.12 FPPG)

Season Averages – 22.5 PPG, 3.8 RPG, 4.0 APG

CJ McCollum (POR) – ($7,300/31.48 FPPG)

Season Averages – 20.8 PPG, 3.9 RPG, 2.8 APG

Using Pace as a leading indicator, what players in prime match-ups can we look to for value and a higher than usual DFS points floor.

The name of the game, as I am learning in NBA DFS this year, is being able to pivot. Especially on FanDuel, where we do not have late swap (bad!) but we do have the punt position (good!), staying on top of news and being able to swiftly pivot to better or more optimal plays when news breaks is overwhelmingly important.

To that end, I have been struck by some Twitter commenters recently who have attempted to take a number of DFS analysts to task on plays they recommended that didn’t work out or unendorsed pivot plays that emerge later in the day after much of the content has been written, videos have been recorded, and projections have been calculated. Listen people, I can assure you these folks are doing the best they can respond to breaking news, but they have their own lineups to set, other personal obligations to attend to and any number of additional professional responsibilities to focus on to produce content for every piece of breaking news.

These guys and gals out there are teaching us to fish, not just dropping the fish in our mouths while we lazily wait around for it to happen. We should each be responsible for keeping up with news and evaluating for ourselves the impact to the game, the slate, and our respective lineups.

As one example, Andy Means at Rotogrinders has been getting it especially tough lately from the I-don’t-want-to-think crowd. He is one of many getting flayed daily for opinions based on facts. Let’s just try not be this guy.

We are capable of using our own brains from time to time and we should not expect to be handed the answers to the test. I’m here to help today, but this is a puzzle we have to each figure out for ourselves.

Here’s hoping we can all find the right plays on this fun eight-game slate.

Dallas Mavericks @ New York Knicks
’18-’19 Pace
Mavericks – 16th
Knicks – 13th

Luka Doncic ($9,800) – Yes, his price is rising and he is creeping into elite salary territory, but it’s not without justification. Doncic’s price on January 2th was a nice $7,800. Since that time, his FD points are 34, 32.8, 35.6, 44.6, 48.5, 61.6, 38.7, 47.6, 30, 49.2, 37.4, 58.6, and 61.4. Notice you don’t see any numbers in the 20’s in that set. And if I compared those point to salary, you would find only one time where he did not 4x his salary.

But for me, tonight is less about recent form, and much more about the stage. You know how there is this narrative when Lebron is at MSG, or Durant plays at MSG, or when Kobe played at MSG, or when Jordan went off at MSG, and most recently it was Madison Square Harden for a night? There is just something about those bright New York lights that bring out the stars and I just think tonight it’s Doncic’s turn. Other than the fact that the Knicks absolutely stink against small forwards, I have no statistical reason to back this up, but I just have this feeling Luka is going off tonight. It’s his one visit to New York this season, the media has been buzzing about how good he is, so I just believe tonight is his showcase to the rest of the country. I’ve been wrong before, but I am done doubting Doncic.

Trey Burke ($5,400) – We are going to need some savings to offset Broadway Doncic tonight, and Burke is the paragon of an outstanding tournament play. The reasons? He was chalk on Tuesday against Charlotte and absolutely burned everyone with only 17.9 FD points in less than 25 minutes so that will lead to low ownership tonight. All other NYK point guards are still on the shelf, so if Coach Fizdale has his right mind about him Burke will approach 30 minutes. Dallas is 20th in the NBA in defensive efficiency against point guards. Burke’s usage when he is on the floor is an elite 26.8% and he has seen at least 24 minutes in the last five game he has played.

Burke’s price is $900 higher than Tuesday, which is a thumbs down emoji, but it’s just the algorithms catching up to his increase in minutes played and opportunity against a marginal defensive team.

Atlanta Hawks @ Sacramento Kings
’18-’19 Pace:
Hawks – 1st
Kings – 2nd

Dewayne Dedmon ($6,300) – If you are a fan of Pace, then this game is basically your Super Bowl. The number one team versus the number two team, two of the three highest totals on the night, both teams get a pace bump by at least 3.3 points, and the spread is less than six. Points are a comin’ in this one, which should be good for us DFS degenerates.

We will start with the cheap player first here. There is a lot of analysis about how bad Willie Cauley-Stein is on the road compared to how good he is at home. And I am sure he will showcase that tonight in a home game against a team ranked 26th against centers, but there is not much said about the fact that WCS stinks defensively everywhere. The Kings are 23rd in defense against centers, and Dedmon has a nice little role of four games with at least 23 minutes and 30 FD points. I won’t be afraid to deploy Dedmon in tournaments as a pivot (WORD OF THE DAY) off of Jahlil Okafor in tournaments. Dedmon checks in at $1,100 cheaper.

De’Aaron Fox ($7,800) – To put that last price in perspective, Fox is only $400 more than Okafor. I mean Okafor is playing well lately, but he does not have the season-long track record nor the attractive match-up that Fox walks into tonight.

I could just post the box score from the last time these two teams played when Fox went off for 65.5 FD points, scoring 31 points with 10 rebounds, 15 assists, and a steal. All you really need to know is the Hawks are 21st in defense against opposing point guards and Trae Young is the second-worst point guard in terms of real plus-minus that has stepped foot on an NBA court this year (Collin Sexton fell lower then Young, congrats Collin!).

Looking at the PGs priced higher than Fox, I think I would only want Damian Lillard over Fox tonight. Kemba and Conley aren’t speaking to me the way Fox is. On sites that allow two point guards, my default build is going to be pairing Fox and Jerrod Bayless which should open up beaucoup de dollars as I move down the roster.

Pelicans vs Rockets 

Vegas Favorite – Rockets (-11.5), O/U – 233.5

Money Line : NOP (+550) HOU (-800)

Players to Watch 

Jrue Holiday (NOP) – ($9,500/43.11 FPPG)

Season Averages – 21.2 PPG, 4.9 RPG, 8.1 APG 

James Harden (HOU) – ($13,900/59.23 FPPG)

Season Averages – 36.3 PPG, 6.6 RPG, 8.2 APG 



Suns vs Spurs 

Vegas Favorite – Spurs (-13.0), O/U – 226.0 

Money Line : PHO (+900) SAN (-1600)

Players to Watch 

Devon Booker (PHO) – ($8,100/38.10 FPPG)

Season Averages – 24.5 PPG, 3.6 RPG, 6.7 APG 

Rudy Gay (SAN) – ($6,000/28.51 FPPG)

Season Averages – 14.1 PPG, 6.5 RPG, 2.5 APG



76ers vs Lakers 

Vegas Favorite – 76ers (-6.5), O/U – 229.0

Money Line : PHI (-330) LAL (+260)

Players to Watch

Ben Simmons (PHI) – ($9,400/42.92 FPPG)

Season Averages – 16.6 PPG, 9.5 RPG, 8.2 APG

Brandon Ingram (LAL) – ($6,900/28.13 FPPG)

Season Averages – 16.6 PPG, 4.9 RPG, 2.9 APG

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