Daily Fantasy Basketball Notes for Tuesday

The player who can do everything is one of the most overlooked archetypes of fantasy basketball. The Portland Trail BlazersJosh HartThis is a jack-of-all trades player who can build solid rebounding and scoring as well as defensive production in any given match.

The upset victory of last night was the result Milwaukee BucksHart finished with 27 points and 12 assists, as well as 12 rebounds. Last week, Hart was traded to Portland. CJ McCollumHart, who is a blockbuster in the scoring department, is experiencing a huge leap as a scorer with the new team. Hart averaged 25 points his first two games. Hart has a fulfilling role in Chauncey Buffalos' rotation. one of the best waiver additionsTo make this week.

Hart was joined by Hart last night in filling the hoop Anfernee SimonsFor the first time ever, he has scored at least 30 consecutive points in consecutive games. Simons is the center of Portland's offense.


Highlights

Daily Fantasy Basketball Notes for Tuesday

Bruce Brown, Brooklyn Nets:19 points (8-12FG), 6 rebounds. 6 assists. 5 steals. 3 blocks.

Daily Fantasy Basketball Notes for Tuesday

Josh Giddey, Oklahoma City Thunder:28 points (11-22FG), 11 rebounds and 12 assists

Lowlights

Daily Fantasy Basketball Notes for Tuesday

Gary Trent Jr., Toronto Raptors:6 points (2-15 FG), 1 rebound and 1 turnover

Monday Take-Aways

  • Giddey was the youngest player to achieve a triple-double in consecutive NBA games. Giddey has been able to consistently cruise past the props for combined rebound and assists in recent outings because he was tasked with orchestrating Oklahoma City’s offense. Tre MannGiddey joined Mann in putting on an amazing show at MSG last night. It set a new career record with 30 points. Although this scoring burst was unlikely to be atypical, Mann is now on our radar.

  • While they may not be related, Terance MannClippers has been productive in recent weeks. The Clippers' two-way wing recorded 25 points against the Warriors and has now had consecutive 20-point games in his career.

  • New York Quentin GrimesThis is one of the few positive stories this season for the Knicks. The rookie shooting guard had 19 points and played 40 minute in the overtime loss against the Thunder. New York's Mitchell RobinsonIt was able to deliver a significant loss line and is probably one of the most widely available centers right now.

  • Brooklyn debuted Seth Curry Andre DrummondThe team ended its losing streak last night. Curry had 10 shots which tied him for second in games this season. Drummond was one board short of a double-double. Curry's shooting and scoring will be back in the rotation soon so I am less interested in Curry and more in Drummond shares. Drummond, who could quickly become an elite rebounding force in this new role, is my favorite.

Note-related injuries

  • Toronto's Fred VanVleetDue to a knee injury, he was forced to miss last night's defeat to the Pelicans. We will find out more about his condition before Wednesday's matchup against Minnesota.

  • The 76ers will not have James HardenFrom the All-Star break until the end of the lineup Tyrese Maxeyuntil then, should continue to be the top perimeter creator for the team.

  • Atlanta won't have John CollinsA foot strain prevented me from being in the Cavaliers' lineup tonight.

  • Jimmy ButlerDue to a shoulder strain, is not able to play against the Mavericks. Tyler HerroDue to a knee contusion, the possibility of injury has been ruled out.

Analytics advantage Tuesday

With Caris LeVertCleveland Chris DuarteFor veterans who are injured, there is a real chance for them to be wingmen. Lance StephensonThis streaming option is available in redraft formats, and it's a bargain at only $4,000 on DraftKings.

Stephenson has consumed at least 28% usage in three of his five most recent outings. He has also topped 31 minutes twice in his last three outings. These are helpful indicators of value. Indiana's usage rate is also intriguing to me. Oshae BrissettThe only 9.4% of leagues have drafted Corey, but he has already posted consecutive double-doubles that include helpful defensive rates.

DFS Discussion

Daily Fantasy Basketball Notes for Tuesday

Clint Capela, Atlanta Hawks:Capela has experienced significant drops in shots and rebounds this season, as the Hawks tend to use smaller lineups whenever possible. Capela could be given an extended run tonight, as he faces Cleveland's big frontcourt. Capela is a good value for rebounding props, as Collins could miss the game. Capela could play up to 30 minutes.

Daily Fantasy Basketball Notes for Tuesday

Al Horford, Boston Celtics:Horford could be given more touches due to his opponent, just like Capela. Horford, despite being a long-time player, is likely to be one of the best defenders in this league. Joel EmbiidThis will help to project around 30 DraftKings points for the evening.

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