DraftKings EuroLeague basketball picks November 19
It’s a heavy day in the EuroLeague as we have six games to kick off round 10 for our DraftKings EuroLeague tournaments. That’s more action than in the NBA tonight! What do we do with this massive slate? First, we try to uncover value with injuries.
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Out: Omri Casspi (knee), Peyton Siva (thigh), Janis Timma (undisclosed), James Gist (club decision), Arturas Gudaitis (undisclosed), Sam Van Rossom (knee), Adreian Payne (toe), Stratos Perperoglu (knee), Tyler Cavanaugh (ankle), Amedeo Della Valle (foot), Thomas Bray (knee), Josh Huestis (knee), Felipe Reyes (shoulder), Stefan Peno (knee), Salah Mejri (undisclosed), Evgeny Voronov (ankle), Andrey Zubkov (undisclosed).
Questionable: Nihad Dedovic (knee), Bryant Dunston (arms), Krunoslav Simon (undisclosed), Antoine Diot (thigh), Will Cherry (undisclosed), Derrick Brown (undisclosed), Marcus Eriksson (undisclosed), Filip Covic (undisclosed), Evgeny Valiev (undisclosed), Egor Vialtsev (knee), Maksim Barashkov (undisclosed).
Maodo Lo is expected to play for Munich, and they really need him. Brown did travel with the team to Berlin, so he may be back in the fold for Belgrade. Eriksson did play in a domestic league game over the weekend, but only for four minutes. Covic played 22 minutes in a domestic league game, but it would be a stretch for him to play that much here.
The rotations can be frustrating sometimes as more players see the court than in your average NBA game. The games themselves are also shorter, playing four ten minute quarters as opposed to 12 minutes in the NBA. The court is smaller, the lane is bigger, and the three point line is closer, but the action is still what you would expect from world class basketball!
For DraftKings EuroLeague, we can’t expect 5x value like in the NBA. Most winning lineups are around 180-200 DraftKings points, which is around 3.5 – 4x value.