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NBA DFS Saturday Night 2/1/20: Value Pack FanDuel Edition

A handy guide on who to play for Saturday night’s NBA DFS slate.

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The value pack is back! This time for a little bit of Saturday NBA action. There is plenty of value out there on the main slate tonight with a total of nine games going on. But, let’s help you find the right value and not just those “shot in the dark” plays. Good luck to everyone tonight.

Point Guard

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J.J. Barea ($3.8K): Here is the cheapest option of the night. The best part about this is that he looks to be in line to start again. Having seen over 20 minutes the last two games, he has been very reliable as the distributer, scoring when he can, and not turning the ball over. He will be able to hit his value against the Hawks.

Shooting Guard

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Bogdan Bogdanovic ($4.8K): Another starter at such a low price? His combination of minutes and usage will help him get past his value in this game. This should be one of the highest scoring games on the slate as well. Most people will want to go with Buddy Hield but you can save money and change that up in tournaments with this move.

Small Forward

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Miles Bridges ($4.8K): Coming off one of his best games of the season, Bridges will be looking to continue that trend. The biggest need for his game, for now, is getting the minutes. As of now, PJ Washington is set to be a game-time decision, so watch that one closely. If he does miss the game, it will only help out the value on this play because the minutes will surely increase for Bridges.

Power Forward

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Larry Nance Jr. ($5.4K): He is still too cheap for his price on this slate. The scoring might not be very high in this game. However, he has been scoring over 26 fantasy points in the last six games. That is a trend that will continue in tonight’s game. Nance Jr. is on of the top options for players that are coming off the bench, due to his versatility. He consistently gets 23 minutes a game, which only adds to his value.


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Thomas Bryant ($5.0K): He is starting to see more minutes than Ian Mahinmi. The Wizards seem to be able to find the right usage for whoever gets the playing time in that spot. As of now, Bryant is the one benefiting from this and that will continue in the game against the Nets, which will be the highest-scoring game on this slate overall.

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