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11/5 NBA DFS Advice
If you don't want to pay for Westbrook, I understand. You can get both Kemba Walker and C.J. McCollum for just $200 more than Westbrook
Favors is playing on back to back nights after leaving practice with the flu this week. I was avoid him tonight. Serge Ibaka has been very inconsistent, but is going to be guarded by Nikola Mirotic for most of tonight. Gotta like that matchup.
Like Westbrook, Kevin Durant's salary is sky high compared to the rest of the SF player pool. Nicolas Batum has fit in nicely with the Hornets and can the fill a stat sheet in many different ways.
If you want to dig deep and put up a half court heave tonight, pick some of the Heat's veterans going up against a young Timberwolves team.
NFL Week 9 DFS Advice
Tom Brady is the target at QB fo rmany obvious reasons. People will chase Drew Brees points, coming off a seven touchdown day, but the Titans won't keep up with the Saints and this could be a game to target Mark Ingram instead. Philip Rivers is playing without Keenan Allen so it's hard to justify that pick, but Stevie Johnson is a great value play. Jay Cutler will be without the comfort of Matt Forte, making him a risky play, but Alshon Jeffery could be forced the ball this week. If the Bears do decide to use Jeremy Langord the same way they used Forte, Langford could provide tons of value, but will likely have a high ownership.
Spend money on a big time WR or two - Julio Jones, Odell Beckham and Antonio Brown all matchup with some of the NFL's worst pass defenses this week!
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