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4 Players To Help Build Your Best NBA DraftKings Lineup (11/22/19)

Jimmy Butler Best NBA DraftKings Lineup

4 Players To Help Build Your Best NBA DraftKings Lineup for November 22, 2019

by Al Hunter

Welcome back, folks.

Tonight, there are 10 games on tap.

Below are four players to help build your best NBA DraftKings lineup for November 22, 2019.

For FanDuel, check out Jonathan Burke’s articles.

As always, if you need any further advice, feel free to reach out on Twitter.

Top NBA DFS Play:

Luka Doncic (PG/SG, $11,400)

Luka Doncic is incredible. He is currently averaging 62.3 DraftKings fantasy points per game and topped 70 DraftKings fantasy points in three of his last four starts.

For the month of November, the reigning rookie of the year is producing a tremendous 1.97 DraftKings fantasy points per minute. Doncic especially dominates on his home floor, averaging 65.2 DraftKings fantasy points per game in Dallas this season. That is 6.7 more fantasy points per game than on the road.

Tonight, Doncic is at home in a plus matchup against the Cleveland Cavaliers, who rank 19th in defensive efficiency this season. The Dallas Mavericks currently have an implied team total of 115.75 points.

On Wednesday night, Dallas had nearly the same total at 115.5, and in only 26 minutes of work, Doncic erupted for 77 DraftKings fantasy points in a 46-point blowout win over the Warriors.

Another lopsided affair is possible tonight (DAL -10), but regardless of the spread, Doncic simply can’t be faded right now.

Value NBA DFS Plays:

Jimmy Butler: (SG/SF, $8,300)

Jimmy Butler has been impressive in Miami so far this season (43.1 DraftKings fantasy points per game).

Tonight, he is in a revenge game situation against the Chicago Bulls. In his past two meetings with his former team, Butler scored 50 DraftKings fantasy points per game.

Chicago improved on defense this season, currently ranking 12th in defensive efficiency, but they are still surrendering 110.6 points per game over their last six contests.

The Miami Heat are without Justice Winslow (head), Derrick Jones Jr. (hip), and Dion Waiters (suspended). Miami is only favored by 5.5 points in this contest, so in roughly 35 minutes of action, Butler has a strong chance of topping 50 DraftKings fantasy points.

Spencer Dinwiddie: (PG/SG, $7,600)

Spencer Dinwiddie’s price is slowly increasing, but he is still vastly underpriced with Kyrie Irving (shoulder) out of the lineup. He has been starting in Irving’s place, and in his past three games without the All-Star point guard, Dinwiddie is averaging 42.6 DraftKings fantasy points per game. He led the team with a 30.5% usage rate.

Irving will miss his fourth straight contest Friday, so Dinwiddie will see at least 30 minutes of court time.

Overall, in his last 20 games with 30 minutes or more, Dinwiddie is averaging 38.9 DraftKings fantasy points per game.

Tonight, he faces the Sacramento Kings, who are ranked 21st in defensive efficiency. Expect Dinwiddie to return value once again with a ceiling around 50 DraftKings fantasy points.

Clint Capela: (C, $7,700)

At times, Clint Capela can be a frustrating fantasy player, but as of late, he is producing with consistent playing time. He played over 31 minutes in six straight games, resulting in 48.9 DraftKings fantasy points per game over that span.

Furthermore, in his last five games, Capela owned the glass with 20+ rebounds in each start. He only trails Andre Drummond in rebound percentage this season. 

His matchup against the Los Angeles Clippers is average with the Clippers allowing the 14th most DraftKings fantasy points per game to opposing centers. Capela just exposed them for 42 DraftKings fantasy points this past Wednesday.

That was his 7th matchup with them over the last three years, and he produced over 40 DraftKings fantasy points in all but one of those games. Capela has 20-point and 20-rebound upside tonight, making him usable in all formats.

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