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FantasyDraft NBA DFS 11-6-19 GPP Plays

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It’s great to be back! Tonight we look at some FantasyDraft NBA DFS 11-6-19 GPP Plays.

When it comes to playing GPPs, you will need a few guys with low ownership who pop off. This is not news. Often, this comes in the form of a star player in a tough matchup that you just need to take a chance on.

With basketball, certain value plays shape the entire slate and you have to determine whether or not to get in on the action. With great minutes come great responsibility.

Disclaimer – I will be playing my NBA DFS exclusively on FantasyDraft. It is a nice, clean site with a great model – a subscription-based platform that removes the rake from the individual contest. Also, I like not being pigeonholed with Centers, as Fantasy Draft groups them in with forwards. It allows more flexibility in roster construction. I feel this site is catered to the casual player like myself and I look forward to playing here.

FantasyDraft NBA DFS 11-6-19 GPP Plays

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Overlooked Stud

Nikola Vucevic – $14,600 @ DAL

After a rough start to the season, Vuc is being priced as a second-tier fantasy stud. Everything about this game screams ugly when looking at the metrics and the O/U of 208. Vuc should get back on track gobbling up rebounds and getting his on the offensive end. I expect less than 5% ownership here even at the nice price, as there are many other options.

Why Not Let ’em Rip?

Isaiah Thomas – $10,700 @ IND

One of my favorite past times when it comes to looking for GPP plays is that beautiful red text signaling a poor matchup. First of all, it is early in the season. While I do love Indy defensively, Thomas is still priced down for the starting backcourt mate with Bradley Beal. His scoring usage is lower while starting, but we are hoping IT gets some staggered minutes with the second unit and would love to play IT up until he blows past his minutes cap. The Wizards currently play the 8th highest pace in the NBA. Consider him a fixture in my lineups until that happens. Add a strong floor and he should be a nice play.

Markieff Morris – $7,200 vs NY
Marcus Morris – $11,300 @ DET

Narrative city – Battle of the Morris’! A disgustingly low price for the shorthanded Pistons, Markieff should be extra motivated to strut his stuff vs his brother Marcus. I will be playing both, with Marcus getting all the minutes he can handle with the Knicks. They are in Detroit, both teams are awful, and I can see them getting a little nutty.

Bogdan Bogdanovic – $8,100 @ TOR

Bogdanovic is priced down here in a nice matchup vs. a Raptors team that does not fare well with shooting guards. Buddy Hield should be a pretty popular play here, so I want to counter off that to his backup. When Bogdan goes off, he can really go off. This is a fair price for his low floor but his ability to smash through a ceiling if he gets going.

Salary Savers

Langston Galloway – $6,800 vs NY

Langston Galloway isn’t that good, but neither are the Knicks. I expect him to be fairly high owned due to the absence of Derrick Rose and Reggie Jackson, but with this much salary relief, he would be a tough guy to fade in a GPP as it should be fairly easy to return value. He is a lock-in cash games and the player who you likely have to choose whether or not to eat the chalk tonight on any site that you play. Riding with it tonight as the opportunity is a near-certain, and the Pistons have had trade rumors regarding the player. Great showcase opportunity.

Best of luck! If you want to check it out, head over to Fantasy Draft and type Finkytown as the referral, if that does anything.


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Bert has been playing fantasy sports for 15+ years, and wanted to start writing about fantasy sports. Here he is! Yahoo! calls him platinum. You can chop it up with him on twitter @Finkytown.

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