DraftKings EuroLeague basketball picks January 14

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VITORIA-GASTEIZ, SPAIN – NOVEMBER 05: Spalding Euroleague ball with Baskonia logo during the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Basketball Regular Season date 4 game between Laboral Kutxa Vitoria Gasteiz v Anadolu Efes Istanbul at Fernando Buesa Arena on November 5, 2015 in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain. (Photo by Jon Izarra/Euroleague Basketball via Getty Images)

DraftKings EuroLeague basketball picks January 14

We have one of the largest DraftKings EuroLeague slats that you’ll ever see with six games on this one. There are a ton of choices, so how do we sort this one out? Let’s start with the injuries.

Out: Bojan Dubljevic (ankle), Vasilije Micic (ankle), Bryant Dunston (arms), Anthony Randolph (calf), Omri Casspi (knee), Janis Strelnieks (hamstring), Rudy Fernandez (undisclosed), Tarik Black (knee), Thomas Huertel (knee), Mike Tobey (leg), Jeff Brooks (hamstring), Riccardo Moraschini (leg), Will Cherry (released over feud with Baldwin), Kevin Pangos (toe), Will Clyburn (knee), Stefan Peno, Jon DiBartolomeo.

Questionable: Daniel Hackett (finger), Edwin Jackson (knee), Tim Schneider (undisclosed).

We don’t have much to keep track of today. Hackett is likely out, but Jackson may be well enough to play.

I’ve been hitting 130-140 DraftKings points regularly, but that hasn’t been enough to cash.

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.

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