3 Under Owned Pivots for Draftkings’ 12 Game NBA Slate Tonight – November 3 – ProjectionGeeks. With 12 games on the NBA DFS slate tonight there are plenty of decisions when it comes to building a winning lineup. Understanding ownership on a huge slate is important and being able to pivot from a highly owned player to a lesser owned player with big upside could jump your lineup to the top. We will be looking at some players to target tonight in GPP contests as pivots from highly owned players. Dennis Schroder has been on a complete tear for the Hawks recently by averaging 37.6 fantasy points over his previous four games.
He has been extremely efficient while on the court with a usage rate of 30.9 percent. With a current ownership projection of a middling 10%, Schroder is one of the highest valued GPP plays in our projections tonight and makes for a great pivot from some of the stars like James Harden and Russell Westbrook who will be higher owned. Which under touted player will you turn tonight in GPPs? By Kyle Warner @kylewarner86. The Correlation Station: NBA DFS Game Stacks for Tuesday, October 31 – ProjectionGeeks. The Top 3 Correlation Plays and Game Stacks for Tuesday Night’s Draftkings and Fanduel GPPs It’s often claimed that stacking is irrelevant in NBA daily fantasy, and that strong correlations between positions and teammates don’t exist. The data suggests otherwise. In this space, we’ll highlight the strongest correlations to target in GPPs on tonight’s 4 game slate. 1. Lakers: Lonzo Ball and Brook Lopez (+0.49 correlation) The Lakers rookie PG has hooked up well with the big man so far this young season.
Granted, a sample size of 6 games isn’t going to give us too much confidence over how strongly this correlation holds up over the course of the season, but the combo makes sense. Lopez is already an elite C value in our Draftkings NBA projections tonight, while Ball is in consideration in his own right. Throw in another good value in Kyle Kuzma (0.10 correlation with Ball through 6 games) and a Piston or two if you want to stack this game up. 2. 3.
By Mike Batell @projectiongeeks.