DraftKings EuroLeague Forwards:
Tornike Shengelia has not been under 28 DraftKings points since round 1. His floor rivals that of Calathes, and I could argue that the upside is even higher. As much as I’m a fan of Nikola Mirotic, even he isn’t rivaling these numbers. The floors are similar, but Shengelia’s upside is much higher.
As if we needed more depth up front, Tonye Jekiri and Greg Monroe both have superb matchups as well. Jekiri has his worse round of the year against Efes on Tuesday. He should rebound nicely against Fenerbahce. Monroe’s work on the glass always gives him a solid floor, but his upside is probably less than any of the other three and the price difference isn’t that large.
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I find it perfectly acceptable to ignore Gustavo Ayon and Derrick Williams with their tough matchups today. With all of the other good matchups in front of them, we have no reason to settle this afternoon. Actually, I’m strongly considering staying out of the middle tier entirely. Tarik Black is the only one that looks mildly interesting.
This is a huge spot for Brandon Davies and Kyle Kuric, but they both limit each other’s value. Kuric actually has the best numbers of late, but his floor is quite a bit lower. You have to determine what the acceptable risk is.
Instead of trying to choose between the two of them, Vladimir Lucic and Livio Jean-Charles are priced about the same and are much more consistent.
The values at guard are much better with the possible exception of Alex Abrines. Barcelona is loaded in the frontcourt though, so his minutes could evaporate with no real warning or of no fault of his own.