January 28, 2015– DFS Basketball Best Value Picks

January 28, 2015– DFS Basketball Best Value Picks

The Studs

Paul Millsap, PF ($8,300)

Kyle Korver, Jeff Teague, and Al Horford has struggled and all but one force remains constant with the Atlanta Hawks: This Paul Millsap guy. What’s impressive about Millsap is not only the consistency, he does his work even if his minutes run low. Half of his last ten games saw Millsap on limited high-20’s runs, but that hasn’t stopped him from dropping 35, 30.75, 36, 44, and 42.75 fantasy points on those occasions.

Greg Monroe, C ($7,000)

Speaking of consistency, Monroe may be one of the most covert guys in that regard as of late. In his last ten games, the lefty center collected EIGHT double-doubles and should be TEN if he scored another point in one and collected one more rebound in another. If you don’t call that consistency, then what is?

The Middle Men

Jrue Holiday, PG ($6,700)

Holiday has been sneaky good lately, dropping 58 FP in OT versus Houston. With Tyreke Evans and Anthony Davis possible out and limited against Sacramento, it could Holiday season all over again.

Will Barton, SG ($5,700)

Barton has cooled since that crazy streak and Danilo Gallinari‘s return may also have something to do with that, However, Will The Thrill is still averaging over 27 FP in his last games, which is still a value in that salary range.

Other options: Willie Cauley-Stein

The Bargains

Derrick Williams, SF ($5,500)

Williams is highly inconsistent but he has put on a string of 40-FP performances in the last two games so will he be able to do a third? At $5,500, you will know the answer.

Bobby Portis, PF ($3,500)

No Joakim Noah and no Nikola Mirotic. Go get BP.

Note: All stats and salaries are from Draftkings.com

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