December 10, 2017, 11:55 pm
J.J. Barea continued to deliver off the bench for the Mavericks with 16 points on Sunday, adding two tirples and four assists while Wesley Matthews scored 14 points, two triples, four boards and four assists.
Barea has only needed 23 minutes per game over the last two weeks to return top-90 value for owners and will be useful in DFS until the Mavs get Dennis Smith Jr. healthy. Matthews has been a top-120 value thus far this year but is still tanking owners’ field goal percentages. As long as you can live with this fact Matthews should be a secure bet for the rest of the year even when the Mavericks get healthy.