Only four games on the slate, so I am going to make this quick. Just a few interesting players:

We are starting to see an emergence from Emmanuel Mudiay this season. The young PG has scored 30+ DraftKings points in five of his last six, including 35.5 and 45 DK points in his last two. It’s never been an issue of minutes for Mudiay, who is playing 33 minutes per contest this season. Mudiay is getting to the free throw line twice as often this season and nearly double his rebound output from last season. He should benefit tonight from a fast pace and, if you have to play Golden State, you want it to be at home with them on the second half of a B2B.

Today’s Projections

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All the narratives in the world for Dwyane Wade returning to Miami. The veteran is having a great season, averaging 30.3 DraftKings points per game. Chicago has been cautious with his minutes lately, but Wade poured in 33.25 DraftKings points in only 25 minutes in his last time out. Wade is more of a GPP play at this point with volatile outcomes ranging from 6.25 (not a typo) to 51.5 to 33.25 in his last three games.

A few quick hitters:

  • Nick Young has scored 20 and 22 real points in his last two games ($4,500 on DraftKings).
  • Sacramento pace is not as fast you remember. Fastest team in the league last year, 2nd slowest this season.
  • Outside of last game, Goran Dragic hasn’t scored less than 31 DraftKings points this season.
  • Matthew Dellavedova has his second best game of the season (33.75 DK pts) when Milwaukee played New Orleans on Nov 1st.

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