NBA DFS Value Picks Sept. 4, 2020: 3 Bargains To Consider

It’s been a wild playoffs so far this year and we’ve been treated to a handful of exciting series and a lot of insane finished. As the Lakers and the Rockets start their series, it’s pretty interesting to see what happens with the Bucks.

For me, Khris Middleton presents more value then Giannis at this point at a salary that is significantly less than the Greek Freak. Another one that has proved his worth in the first two games is Goran Dragic, averaging 25 points, 5.5 rebounds, 4.5 assists, and 1.5 steals in the series so far.

Of course, choosing one between LeBron James and Anthony Davis is always a viable option but I may prefer to allocate the funds elsewhere. One name that comes to mind is Robert Covington, who is averaging 45.7 fantasy points in DraftKings over the past three games. OKC does not have the inside threat that the Lakers boast, but we will see if RoCo continues his hot streak.

I have always tapped the services of Eric Gordon and he has yet to disappoint. He did have his struggles but he finds ways to contribute. That said, while I consider him a bargain, I’ll exclude him from this list because he’s pretty much a done deal already.

Here are my NBA DFS VALUE PICKS SEPT. 4, 2020:

1.) PJ Tucker, PF/C, Houston Rockets

Yahoo: $12

DraftKings: $4,800

FanDuel: $5,100

The only worry here for Tucker is he might get in foul trouble early if AD decides to be aggressive on the get-go. Otherwise, Tucker is also a lock to get 25-30 FP at a very low salary.

2.) George Hill, PG/SG, Milwaukee Bucks

Yahoo: $10

DraftKings: $4,300

FanDuel: $4,500

For some reason, coach Bud is going with the veterans Hill and Wesley Matthews a lot in this series. Hill has scored pretty well albeit with less efficiency but with Bucks facing a 0-2 hole, his veteran smarts is needed more than ever.

3.) Tyler Herro, SG, Miami Heat

Yahoo: $18

DraftKings: $5,200

FanDuel: $5,400

It is evident that Erik Spoelstra trusts Herro so much as he gave him at 25 minutes off the bench 11 straight times. For the most part, the rookie did not disappoint. With Andre Iguodala questionable for Game 3, Herro may have an opportunity to be a playmaker.