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DraftKings & FanDuel NBA Slam Dunks, Tuesday 11/13

Josh Engleman

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The following picks come from Awesemo.com’s Director of Content, Josh Engleman. Josh posts his projections daily for subscribers and is the co-host of the NBA Strategy show Monday through Friday morning.

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Alex Len

Sometimes, I end up on a guy I hate having in my lineups. Today is one of those days. Len’s price is simply too appealing to ignore him. Len performs at a rate around 1.1 fantasy points per minute. If he maintains that rate, he would need to play just under 23 minutes to hit 5X value on FanDuel. I currently have him projected for 27 minutes. On DraftKings, he’s even more appealing, with a $4400 price tag and the ability to roster more than one center. A matchup with the Warriors is rarely a good spot, but his price is such that he wouldn’t totally kill your lineup if he gets played off of the floor. On FanDuel, I’m expecting to have more than double the field. I can’t get enough.

Nicolas Batum

I’m doubling down on frustrating fantasy options tonight by getting a bunch of Batum. FanDuel is an easy sell. You have to roster two small forwards no matter what. I only have 8 SFs projected north of 20 minutes. Batum is reasonably priced and has a fantastic math-up against the Cavs. Batum is actually hitting my ownership cap (65%). On DraftKings, I think the case for Batum is even easier. While the price isn’t as appealing, Batum has Guard & Forward eligibility. Those designations make it easy to fit him into any lineup. We’re actually projecting Batum’s ownership to be lower on DraftKings than it is on FanDuel, which makes this even more appealing. The Cavs defense is allowing the league worst effective field goal percentage, so I’m hoping a few easy baskets will help light the fire under Batum.

Josh is Contributor for Awesemo.com where he hosts video and writes content regularly across the primary sports of MLB, NBA, and NFL as well as contributing to the development of models and projections for soccer. He originally started producing projections & articles for Reddit's r/DFSports in 2014 where he built a loyal following that brought him to where he is today. Josh is most known for his elaborate Excel spreadsheets, which he shares in all of his video content. You can find him on Twitter or hanging out in Awesemo's Premium Slack. You can contact Josh by emailing [email protected]com.

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