Upside Potential At Home
Kyrie Irving remains sidelined, while Iman Shumpert is also likely out tonight. This leaves the team thin at the guard spots. Dinwiddie continues to run the show with a 29% usage rate and around 43 fantasy points per 36 minutes over the last four weeks. There are options here in a plus matchup against Charlotte, as the Nets have an implied team total around 114 points. Dinwiddie gets less attention now that his DFS price tag has been adjusted for his role, but there’s upside here at likely reasonable ownership.
Mike Conley is out again, which means the Jazz will turn to guys like O’Neale and Ingles for extra minutes, while Donovan Mitchell moves to the point. This hasn’t been the best move for the team, as Mitchell chucked 25 shots and only dished out three assists in the last game. They would likely benefit from using Mudiay more as a point guard, but I am not the coach of the team. Perhaps Ingles is the sneaky beneficiary here, as he led the team in assists the last time out. I like him as a sneaky value in GPP formats on this large slate.
Cheap Hawk Ready to Soar
Hunter is fresh off of a 40-minute game last night in which he scored 28 real life points. He contributes around 4 rebounds per game and sprinkles in assists, blocks and steals too. When Hunter hits his shots and creeps up around that 20-point mark is when he ends up being a great play, and a matchup with Chicago should be favorable for him at these cheap price tags.