Daily Fantasy NBA Cheat Sheet: Tuesday, November 14th (UPDATED)
November 14, 2017 | Spencer L
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Danny Green probable. Cross Bryn Forbes off the list of potential value plays.
Devin Harris and Dorian Finney-Smith OUT. This solidifies playing time for Dennis Smith Jr, who we already liked to begin with.
INJURY REPORT – 12:30 ET
Kyrie Irving probable. It appears he’s on track to play tonight. Terry Rozier and Marcus Smart will take a slight hit with him expected back in the lineup. Rozier is out of the DFS conversation, while Smart still garners some interest despite coming off the bench.
D’Angelo Russell OUT. Spencer Dinwiddie is probable, and he receives the biggest boost with Russell not playing.
Danny Green questionable. Bryn Forbes started last game, notching 18 FP in 34 minutes. Keep an eye on this development, as Forbes would enter the DFS mix if starting again.
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Spencer Dinwiddie (BKN): Dinwiddie didn’t play last game, but he’s expected return tonight. That’s good news for fantasy backers, considering he’ll likely start in place of D’Angelo Russell. Dinwiddie has proven the ability to rack up fantasy production with Russell off the floor, posting 38 FP in 31 minutes October 25 vs Cleveland when Russell was sidelined. Needless to say, Dinwiddie is a strong pick in all formats.
Dennis Smith Jr (DAL): Smith Jr has been on fire lately, posting 45, 49, and 30 FP respectively despite averaging just 31 minutes per contest. The matchup vs San Antonio doesn’t look great, but Smith’s salary has yet to catch up with that recent production. He’s a strong mid-range pick on this three-game slate.