NBA DFS – Studs, Scrubs, & Duds (10/27)

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NEW YORK, NY – NOVEMBER 14: Goran Dragic #7 of the Miami Heat calls a play in the first quarter during the game against Brooklyn Nets at Barclays Center on November 14, 2018 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. (Photo by Sarah Stier/Getty Images) /


Goran Dragic (at MIN- $5,400 on DK; $5,900 on FD): Dragic is making it happen off the Miami bench. He’s played a consistent game and is more reliable than guys like Bridges, Prince, and Zeller at this same price.

Danny Green (vs CHA – $5,200 on DK; $5,600 on FD): Green has fit in perfectly on the Lakers because he’s great shooter who can get open next two two All-Stars. The Hornets are going to give up a lot of points and Green will have his hand in that. The Lakers depth is a great play in this game and Green is the most reliable option.

Devonte Graham (at LAL – $4,600 on DK; $5,700 on FD): Graham is off to a strong start thanks to his three-point shooting. At some point he could regress, but while he’s hot, he’s hot. He has a higher ceiling than the likes of Covington and Harris.

Dwight Howard (vs CHA – $4,200 on DK; $4,800 on FD): Howard has provided the Lakers with solid minutes and he always does well against his former teams. He’ll be dominating the league again in no time. He offers good value given the price.

Kendrick Nunn (at MIN – $5,300 on DK; $4,900 on FD): Nunn is off to a strong start and his salary on FD is looking good. He’s a more reliable option than Bazemore or Jones, who are at the same price on FD. The scoring should be high in the Wolves/Heat game.