FanDuel NBA Ceiling Charts 4-1-15

bradley-beal-nba-los-angeles-lakers-washington-wizards-850x560(1)

GPP (guaranteed prize pools) contests are large field tournaments that offer higher payouts by decreasing the number of winners that cash. While cash games (H2H and 50/50s) pay out the top 50%, GPPs often only pay out the top 20% or less. In this format, it’s best to target riskier, higher upside players in hopes of finding a low percentage owned player that crushes value.

When looking for high upside players, a great place to start is by looking at a player’s ceiling. We can calculate a player’s ceiling by taking their season fantasy point average plus one standard deviation. The player’s ceiling tells us their fantasy point upside. Assuming a normal distribution, we can expect a player to exceed this ceiling 16% of the time.

Looking at a player’s ceiling, however, isn’t useful by itself because DFS beasts like the Brow, KD, and LeBron would top the list. A better way to approach the problem is to take the player’s price into consideration by calculating the ceiling value (ceiling divided by price). The higher the ceiling value, the more upside fantasy points we’re getting per dollar we’re paying.

We’ve provided you with the top rated players by ceiling value.

Disclaimer: these picks aren’t necessarily safe for your H2H and 50/50 games. They are high-risk high-reward picks that are intended to differentiate your lineup.

Hint: Click on the graphs to maximize the image.

 

FanDuel

Bargain Bin (< $5,000)

Screen Shot 2015-04-01 at 12.23.37 AM*Score value = 67% season ceiling value + 33% L10 ceiling value

Mid + (> $5,000)

Screen Shot 2015-04-01 at 12.23.43 AM*Score value = 67% season ceiling value + 33% L10 ceiling value

Corey Brewer is probable with a strained oblique.

For further analysis, check out our free DraftKings NBA lineup optimizer tool with additional player stats, historical game logs, and more:

Build Optimal Lineups - FREE

 

tumblr_mf19t9eX3R1r68cfpo1_500(1)

FanDuel NBA Floor Charts 4-1-15

63013_Paul-1

Cash game contests provide the most stable way to increase your bankroll. To win in cash games, you need to beat half of the field whether that is one opponent (H2H) or a group of opponents (50/50). In this format, it’s best to target consistent players.

When looking for consistent players, a great place to start is by looking at a player’s floor. We can calculate a player’s floor by taking their season fantasy point average minus one standard deviation. Assuming a normal distribution, we can expect a player to exceed this floor 84% of the time, which makes the floor a very useful method of measuring player consistency.

Looking at a player’s floor, however, isn’t useful by itself because DFS beasts like the Brow, KD, and LeBron would top the list. A better way to approach the problem is to take the player’s price into consideration by calculating the floor value (floor divided by price). The higher the floor value, the more consistent fantasy points we’re getting per dollar we’re paying.

We’ve provided you with the top rated players per position by floor value.

Hint: Click on the graph to maximize the image.

 

FanDuel

PG

Screen Shot 2015-04-01 at 12.23.51 AM*Score value = 67% season floor value + 33% L10 floor value

SG

Screen Shot 2015-04-01 at 12.23.59 AM*Score value = 67% season floor value + 33% L10 floor value

Monta Ellis is questionable with a bruised calf.

SF

Screen Shot 2015-04-01 at 12.31.05 AM*Score value = 67% season floor value + 33% L10 floor value

Luc Richard Mbah a Moute is questionable with a sore shoulder.

PF

Screen Shot 2015-04-01 at 12.24.15 AM*Score value = 67% season floor value + 33% L10 floor value

Derrick Favors is questionable with back spasms.

C

Screen Shot 2015-04-01 at 12.24.22 AM*Score value = 67% season floor value + 33% L10 floor value

DeMarcus Cousins is questionable and may be rested due to an assortment of injuries.

For further analysis, check out our free DraftKings NBA lineup optimizer tool with additional player stats, historical game logs, and more:

Build Optimal Lineups - FREE

 

tumblr_mf19t9eX3R1r68cfpo1_500(1)

FanDuel NBA Ceiling Charts 3-31-15

072514_mack(1)

GPP (guaranteed prize pools) contests are large field tournaments that offer higher payouts by decreasing the number of winners that cash. While cash games (H2H and 50/50s) pay out the top 50%, GPPs often only pay out the top 20% or less. In this format, it’s best to target riskier, higher upside players in hopes of finding a low percentage owned player that crushes value.

When looking for high upside players, a great place to start is by looking at a player’s ceiling. We can calculate a player’s ceiling by taking their season fantasy point average plus one standard deviation. The player’s ceiling tells us their fantasy point upside. Assuming a normal distribution, we can expect a player to exceed this ceiling 16% of the time.

Looking at a player’s ceiling, however, isn’t useful by itself because DFS beasts like the Brow, KD, and LeBron would top the list. A better way to approach the problem is to take the player’s price into consideration by calculating the ceiling value (ceiling divided by price). The higher the ceiling value, the more upside fantasy points we’re getting per dollar we’re paying.

We’ve provided you with the top rated players by ceiling value.

Disclaimer: these picks aren’t necessarily safe for your H2H and 50/50 games. They are high-risk high-reward picks that are intended to differentiate your lineup.

Hint: Click on the graphs to maximize the image.

 

FanDuel

Bargain Bin (< $5,000)

Screen Shot 2015-03-30 at 11.13.19 PM*Score value = 67% season ceiling value + 33% L10 ceiling value

Michael Beasley is questionable with a bruised elbow.

Shelvin Mack will likely get the start with Jeff Teague and Dennis Schroder both expected to be out.

Mid + (> $5,000)

Screen Shot 2015-03-30 at 11.13.29 PM*Score value = 67% season ceiling value + 33% L10 ceiling value

Rodney Stuckey is questionable with a sore wrist.

For further analysis, check out our free DraftKings NBA lineup optimizer tool with additional player stats, historical game logs, and more:

Build Optimal Lineups - FREE

 

tumblr_mf19t9eX3R1r68cfpo1_500(1)

FanDuel NBA Ceiling Charts 3-30-15

Josh Smith

GPP (guaranteed prize pools) contests are large field tournaments that offer higher payouts by decreasing the number of winners that cash. While cash games (H2H and 50/50s) pay out the top 50%, GPPs often only pay out the top 20% or less. In this format, it’s best to target riskier, higher upside players in hopes of finding a low percentage owned player that crushes value.

When looking for high upside players, a great place to start is by looking at a player’s ceiling. We can calculate a player’s ceiling by taking their season fantasy point average plus one standard deviation. The player’s ceiling tells us their fantasy point upside. Assuming a normal distribution, we can expect a player to exceed this ceiling 16% of the time.

Looking at a player’s ceiling, however, isn’t useful by itself because DFS beasts like the Brow, KD, and LeBron would top the list. A better way to approach the problem is to take the player’s price into consideration by calculating the ceiling value (ceiling divided by price). The higher the ceiling value, the more upside fantasy points we’re getting per dollar we’re paying.

We’ve provided you with the top rated players by ceiling value.

Disclaimer: these picks aren’t necessarily safe for your H2H and 50/50 games. They are high-risk high-reward picks that are intended to differentiate your lineup.

Hint: Click on the graph to maximize the image.

 

FanDuel

Bargain Bin (< $5,000)

Screen Shot 2015-03-29 at 10.59.22 PM*Score value = 67% season ceiling value + 33% L10 ceiling value

Mid + (> $5,000)

Screen Shot 2015-03-29 at 10.59.30 PM*Score value = 67% season ceiling value + 33% L10 ceiling value

Josh Smith gets additional run with Terrence Jones and Donatas Motiejunas out.

Jeremy Lin is questionable with a respiratory infection.

For further analysis, check out our free FanDuel NBA lineup optimizer tool with additional player stats, historical game logs, and more:

Build Optimal Lineups - FREE

 

tumblr_mf19t9eX3R1r68cfpo1_500(1)

FanDuel NBA Floor Charts 3-30-15

2013-04-27-mike-conley-4_3_rx513_c680x510(1)

Cash game contests provide the most stable way to increase your bankroll. To win in cash games, you need to beat half of the field whether that is one opponent (H2H) or a group of opponents (50/50). In this format, it’s best to target consistent players.

When looking for consistent players, a great place to start is by looking at a player’s floor. We can calculate a player’s floor by taking their season fantasy point average minus one standard deviation. Assuming a normal distribution, we can expect a player to exceed this floor 84% of the time, which makes the floor a very useful method of measuring player consistency.

Looking at a player’s floor, however, isn’t useful by itself because DFS beasts like the Brow, KD, and LeBron would top the list. A better way to approach the problem is to take the player’s price into consideration by calculating the floor value (floor divided by price). The higher the floor value, the more consistent fantasy points we’re getting per dollar we’re paying.

We’ve provided you with the top rated players per position by floor value.

Hint: Click on the graph to maximize the image.

 

FanDuel

PG

Screen Shot 2015-03-29 at 10.59.46 PM*Score value = 67% season floor value + 33% L10 floor value

Brandon Knight is doubtful with a sprained ankle.

Kyle Lowry is doubtful with back spasms.

Jeremy Lin is questionable with a respiratory infection.

SG

Screen Shot 2015-03-29 at 10.59.58 PM*Score value = 67% season floor value + 33% L10 floor value

Tony Allen is doubtful with a strained hammy.

SF

Screen Shot 2015-03-29 at 11.00.07 PM*Score value = 67% season floor value + 33% L10 floor value

PF

Screen Shot 2015-03-29 at 11.00.17 PM*Score value = 67% season floor value + 33% L10 floor value

Derrick Favors is questionable with back spasms.

Josh Smith gets additional run with Terrence Jones and Donatas Motiejunas out.

C

Screen Shot 2015-03-29 at 11.00.25 PM*Score value = 67% season floor value + 33% L10 floor value

For further analysis, check out our free FanDuel NBA lineup optimizer tool with additional player stats, historical game logs, and more:

Build Optimal Lineups - FREE

 

tumblr_mf19t9eX3R1r68cfpo1_500(1)

FanDuel NBA Ceiling Charts 3-29-15

Devin-Harris(1)

GPP (guaranteed prize pools) contests are large field tournaments that offer higher payouts by decreasing the number of winners that cash. While cash games (H2H and 50/50s) pay out the top 50%, GPPs often only pay out the top 20% or less. In this format, it’s best to target riskier, higher upside players in hopes of finding a low percentage owned player that crushes value.

When looking for high upside players, a great place to start is by looking at a player’s ceiling. We can calculate a player’s ceiling by taking their season fantasy point average plus one standard deviation. The player’s ceiling tells us their fantasy point upside. Assuming a normal distribution, we can expect a player to exceed this ceiling 16% of the time.

Looking at a player’s ceiling, however, isn’t useful by itself because DFS beasts like the Brow, KD, and LeBron would top the list. A better way to approach the problem is to take the player’s price into consideration by calculating the ceiling value (ceiling divided by price). The higher the ceiling value, the more upside fantasy points we’re getting per dollar we’re paying.

We’ve provided you with the top rated players by ceiling value.

Disclaimer: these picks aren’t necessarily safe for your H2H and 50/50 games. They are high-risk high-reward picks that are intended to differentiate your lineup.

Hint: Click on the graph to maximize the image.

 

FanDuel

Bargain Bin (< $5,000)

Screen Shot 2015-03-29 at 12.15.47 AM*Score value = 67% season ceiling value + 33% L10 ceiling value

Devin Harris gets a bump with Monta Ellis likely being out.

Chris Andersen is questionable with a calf contusion.

Mid + (> $5,000)

Screen Shot 2015-03-29 at 12.16.13 AM*Score value = 67% season ceiling value + 33% L10 ceiling value

Josh Smith  gets a huge bump with D-Mo and Terrence Jones out. JSmoove played 39 minutes in his last game.

For further analysis, check out our free FanDuel NBA lineup optimizer tool with additional player stats, historical game logs, and more:

Build Optimal Lineups - FREE

 

tumblr_mf19t9eX3R1r68cfpo1_500(1)

FanDuel NBA Floor Charts 3-29-15

Josh Smith

Cash game contests provide the most stable way to increase your bankroll. To win in cash games, you need to beat half of the field whether that is one opponent (H2H) or a group of opponents (50/50). In this format, it’s best to target consistent players.

When looking for consistent players, a great place to start is by looking at a player’s floor. We can calculate a player’s floor by taking their season fantasy point average minus one standard deviation. Assuming a normal distribution, we can expect a player to exceed this floor 84% of the time, which makes the floor a very useful method of measuring player consistency.

Looking at a player’s floor, however, isn’t useful by itself because DFS beasts like the Brow, KD, and LeBron would top the list. A better way to approach the problem is to take the player’s price into consideration by calculating the floor value (floor divided by price). The higher the floor value, the more consistent fantasy points we’re getting per dollar we’re paying.

We’ve provided you with the top rated players per position by floor value.

Hint: Click on the graph to maximize the image.

 

FanDuel

PG

Screen Shot 2015-03-29 at 12.16.28 AM*Score value = 67% season floor value + 33% L10 floor value

Brandon Knight is questionable with a sprained ankle.

SG

Screen Shot 2015-03-29 at 12.16.42 AM*Score value = 67% season floor value + 33% L10 floor value

Dwyane Wade is questionable with a knee contusion.

Tony Allen is questionable with a strained hammy.

Monta Ellis is doubtful with a bruised right calf.

SF

Screen Shot 2015-03-29 at 12.16.54 AM*Score value = 67% season floor value + 33% L10 floor value

PF

Screen Shot 2015-03-29 at 12.17.07 AM*Score value = 67% season floor value + 33% L10 floor value

David West is probable with an illness.

Josh Smith gets a huge bump with D-Mo and Terrence Jones out. JSmoove played 39 minutes in his last game.

C

Screen Shot 2015-03-29 at 12.17.16 AM*Score value = 67% season floor value + 33% L10 floor value

For further analysis, check out our free FanDuel NBA lineup optimizer tool with additional player stats, historical game logs, and more:

Build Optimal Lineups - FREE

 

tumblr_mf19t9eX3R1r68cfpo1_500(1)

FanDuel NBA Ceiling Charts 3-28-15

Trevor+Booker+Cleveland+Cavaliers+v+Utah+Jazz+vy43f08pDfpl(1)

GPP (guaranteed prize pools) contests are large field tournaments that offer higher payouts by decreasing the number of winners that cash. While cash games (H2H and 50/50s) pay out the top 50%, GPPs often only pay out the top 20% or less. In this format, it’s best to target riskier, higher upside players in hopes of finding a low percentage owned player that crushes value.

When looking for high upside players, a great place to start is by looking at a player’s ceiling. We can calculate a player’s ceiling by taking their season fantasy point average plus one standard deviation. The player’s ceiling tells us their fantasy point upside. Assuming a normal distribution, we can expect a player to exceed this ceiling 16% of the time.

Looking at a player’s ceiling, however, isn’t useful by itself because DFS beasts like the Brow, KD, and LeBron would top the list. A better way to approach the problem is to take the player’s price into consideration by calculating the ceiling value (ceiling divided by price). The higher the ceiling value, the more upside fantasy points we’re getting per dollar we’re paying.

We’ve provided you with the top rated players by ceiling value.

Disclaimer: these picks aren’t necessarily safe for your H2H and 50/50 games. They are high-risk high-reward picks that are intended to differentiate your lineup.

Hint: Click on the graph to maximize the image.

 

FanDuel

Bargain Bin (< $5,000)

Screen Shot 2015-03-27 at 10.36.12 PM*Score value = 67% season ceiling value + 33% L10 ceiling value

Kyle Korver is out on the back end of a back-to-back.

Trevor Booker is likely getting the start with Derrick Favors doubtful against the Thunder. In the last 3 games with Favors out, Booker didn’t start or play more than 26 minutes which is a bummer. But all 3 of those games were also when the Jazz had Kanter. Utah will likely rely more heavily upon Booker now with their lighter frontcourt and that’s great news for a player priced at the minimum. Booker makes for a good punt play.

Mid + (> $5,000)

Screen Shot 2015-03-27 at 10.36.30 PM*Score value = 67% season ceiling value + 33% L10 ceiling value

Ty Lawson has scored over 35 FP in 3 of his last 4 games. Lawson doesn’t take many shots, so he makes most of his FP on assists and efficient shooting. The concern here is an off shooting night along with lower minutes relative to his season average. Over his last 2 games, Lawson hasn’t seen above 33 minutes whereas his season average is 35 minutes. On the bright side, Lawson has scored 48 FP, 47 FP, and 39 FP on the Blazers this season and his track record and price make him an excellent play at PG.

Trey Burke potentially gets the the start pending Dante Exum’s status. Exum didn’t play in the 2nd half against the Nuggets due to illness allowing Burke to start for the Jazz in the 2nd half. Exum’s absence would likely net Burke some additional minutes along with the starting role. Rodney Hood is also questionable and his absence would also give Burke some additional run. Although these scenarios bump Burke’s value, I like Schroder more if Teague is out. Keep an eye on news out of Utah.

For further analysis, check out our free FanDuel NBA lineup optimizer tool with additional player stats, historical game logs, and more:

Build Optimal Lineups - FREE

 

tumblr_mf19t9eX3R1r68cfpo1_500(1)

FanDuel NBA Floor Charts 3-28-15

103012_Lawson(1)

Cash game contests provide the most stable way to increase your bankroll. To win in cash games, you need to beat half of the field whether that is one opponent (H2H) or a group of opponents (50/50). In this format, it’s best to target consistent players.

When looking for consistent players, a great place to start is by looking at a player’s floor. We can calculate a player’s floor by taking their season fantasy point average minus one standard deviation. Assuming a normal distribution, we can expect a player to exceed this floor 84% of the time, which makes the floor a very useful method of measuring player consistency.

Looking at a player’s floor, however, isn’t useful by itself because DFS beasts like the Brow, KD, and LeBron would top the list. A better way to approach the problem is to take the player’s price into consideration by calculating the floor value (floor divided by price). The higher the floor value, the more consistent fantasy points we’re getting per dollar we’re paying.

We’ve provided you with the top rated players per position by floor value.

Hint: Click on the graph to maximize the image.

 

FanDuel

PG

Screen Shot 2015-03-27 at 10.36.40 PM*Score value = 67% season floor value + 33% L10 floor value

Ty Lawson has scored over 35 FP in 3 of his last 4 games. Lawson doesn’t take many shots, so he makes most of his FP on assists and efficient shooting. The concern here is an off shooting night along with lower minutes relative to his season average. Over his last 2 games, Lawson hasn’t seen above 33 minutes whereas his season average is 35 minutes. On the bright side, Lawson has scored 48 FP, 47 FP, and 39 FP on the Blazers this season and his track record and price make him an excellent play at PG.

Trey Burke potentially gets the the start pending Dante Exum’s status. Exum didn’t play in the 2nd half against the Nuggets due to illness allowing Burke to start for the Jazz in the 2nd half. Exum’s absence would likely net Burke some additional minutes along with the starting role. Rodney Hood is also questionable and his absence would also give Burke some additional run. Although these scenarios bump Burke’s value, I like Schroder more if Teague is out. Keep an eye on news out of Utah.

Update: Jeff Teague is out.

Dennis Schroder makes for a great option if Teague has to sit another game with a sprained ankle. Against the Heat, Schroder put up 32 FP in 32 minutes of work in Teague’s absence. 30 FP is a reasonable expectation in the event Schroder gets the start. Keep an eye on Teague’s status.

SG

Screen Shot 2015-03-27 at 10.36.52 PM*Score value = 67% season floor value + 33% L10 floor value

Kyle Korver is out on the back end of a back-to-back.

SF

Screen Shot 2015-03-27 at 10.36.59 PM*Score value = 67% season floor value + 33% L10 floor value

Gordon Hayward likely inherits more responsibility on offense with Derrick Favors doubtful for the game against the Thunder. Also questionable is Dante Exum, which may push the more offensively aggressive Trey Burke into the starting lineup soaking up some of the shots left by Favors. On the season, Hayward has scored 38 FP, 38 FP, and 23 FP against the Thunder showing his upside as well as his volatility. In a game with a 2.5 spread without Favors, Hayward should have a great impact against the Thunder.

Draymond Green is out on the back end of a back-to-back.

DeMarre Carroll is out on the back end of a back-to-back.

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist is out with a sprained ankle.

PF

Screen Shot 2015-03-27 at 10.37.09 PM*Score value = 67% season floor value + 33% L10 floor value

Paul Millsap is out on the back end of a back-to-back.

La-“Marc-Gasol”-dridge put up 27 points against the Suns, showing little ill effects from his sprained finger. He now gets a matchup with the Nuggets who have struggled defending PF’s on the season. In this season’s 3 contests against the Nuggets, LMA has scored 57 FP, 36 FP, and 47 FP which gives him a good track record against the Nuggs. The only real threat here is due to blowout with the Blazers being favored by 9. However, LMA’s matchup and track record make him a great top dollar play at PF.

Trevor Booker is likely getting the start with Derrick Favors doubtful against the Thunder. In the last 3 games with Favors out, Booker didn’t start or play more than 26 minutes which is a bummer. But all 3 of those games were also when the Jazz had Kanter. Utah will likely rely more heavily upon Booker now with their lighter frontcourt and that’s great news for a player priced at the minimum. Booker makes for a good punt play.

C

Screen Shot 2015-03-27 at 10.37.18 PM*Score value = 67% season floor value + 33% L10 floor value

Al Horford is out on the back end of a back-to-back.

Enes Kanter has been a key piece for the Thunder without Kevin Durant and Serge Ibaka. Kanter has been a consistent scoring option for the Thunder and he’s been great on the boards for them as well. He has grabbed double digit rebounds in 8 straight games helping the Thunder take care of the glass. He gets a revenge game against his old team in Utah now and he should have a bit more motivation to perform. Kanter is listed as a C, but he actually starts at the PF position with Steven Adams playing the 5. Derrick Favors is a superb defender, but he’s doubtful for the game with back spasms. Trevor Booker, on the other hand, ranks 89th out of 96 PF’s in DRPM (defensive real plus minus) per ESPN and there will be little defense played between Kanter and Booker. Kanter’s price has went up and the Thunder will be playing down in pace, but he’s got a lot going for him in this game against Utah and he makes a great choice at C.

For further analysis, check out our free FanDuel NBA lineup optimizer tool with additional player stats, historical game logs, and more:

Build Optimal Lineups - FREE

 

tumblr_mf19t9eX3R1r68cfpo1_500(1)

FanDuel NBA Ceiling Charts 3-27-15

Kyle-Korver-Continues-to-Impress

GPP (guaranteed prize pools) contests are large field tournaments that offer higher payouts by decreasing the number of winners that cash. While cash games (H2H and 50/50s) pay out the top 50%, GPPs often only pay out the top 20% or less. In this format, it’s best to target riskier, higher upside players in hopes of finding a low percentage owned player that crushes value.

When looking for high upside players, a great place to start is by looking at a player’s ceiling. We can calculate a player’s ceiling by taking their season fantasy point average plus one standard deviation. The player’s ceiling tells us their fantasy point upside. Assuming a normal distribution, we can expect a player to exceed this ceiling 16% of the time.

Looking at a player’s ceiling, however, isn’t useful by itself because DFS beasts like the Brow, KD, and LeBron would top the list. A better way to approach the problem is to take the player’s price into consideration by calculating the ceiling value (ceiling divided by price). The higher the ceiling value, the more upside fantasy points we’re getting per dollar we’re paying.

We’ve provided you with the top rated players by ceiling value.

Disclaimer: these picks aren’t necessarily safe for your H2H and 50/50 games. They are high-risk high-reward picks that are intended to differentiate your lineup.

Hint: Click on the graph to maximize the image.

 

FanDuel

Bargain Bin (< $5,000)

Screen Shot 2015-03-26 at 7.53.16 PM*Score value = 67% season ceiling value + 33% L10 ceiling value

Kyle Korver is priced favorably and makes for a good value play at SG. The Heat have struggled defending the 3 point line this season and Korver has capitalized scoring over 26 FP in all 3 of the Hawks’ contests against the Heat this season.

Mario Chalmers could be in line for huge minutes again with Dwyane Wade doubtful. Chalmers played 36 minutes with Wade out last game and he had plenty of opportunity to produce (which he unfortunately did not). Keep an eye on Wade’s status.

Mid + (> $5,000)

Screen Shot 2015-03-26 at 7.53.22 PM*Score value = 67% season ceiling value + 33% L10 ceiling value

Jeff Teague is out with a sprained ankle.

Josh Smith could receive more minutes with Terrence Jones out and Donatas Motiejunas questionable. JSmoove is only priced at 5.5k and that would be a bargain for his upside with 30+ minutes. This game against the TWolves could get out of hand early, but that would play in JSmoove’s favor in the event that D-Mo plays. Keep an eye on Motiejunas’ status.

Trey Burke has taken advantage of the absence of Rodney Hood and Gordon Hayward and he’s played back-to-back games of over 35 minutes, scoring over 29 FP in each contest. Prior to that, the last time Burke received 30 minutes of playing time was in early March. Hayward is probable for the game and Hood has already been ruled out. Burke will probably see over 30 minutes again, but Hayward will take a healthy chunk of shots back with his return.

For further analysis, check out our free FanDuel NBA lineup optimizer tool with additional player stats, historical game logs, and more:

Build Optimal Lineups - FREE

 

tumblr_mf19t9eX3R1r68cfpo1_500(1)