• Editor’s Note: We’re going to run these for free while the In-Season Premium Membership is still on sale for $19.99 ($29.99 regular).  Sale and free picks end on Sunday.

    With the DFS industry becoming increasingly reliant on data analytics, it is more important than ever to incorporate real data into your daily picks.  In an effort to keep up with the current trend, we at Hoop-Ball have built our own personal database that we use to build models and formulas to help us identify strong DFS plays.

    While many DFS players have resorted to using models and computer programs to make picks and set lineups automatically, we set ourselves apart by incorporating basketball knowledge and expertise into our daily picks.  This will be a daily article aimed to give our readers some of the best values that we were able to identify heading into the games.

    Below are some of the players that we were able to identify:

    • Avery Bradley – Bradley has averaged 36.4 points per game this season on FanDuel, which makes his $6,900 price tag fairly low.  Bradley has been fairly consistent to this point so he’s a fairly safe bet to justify his price.
    • Rodney Hood – Hood can consistently put up a fair number of points and rebounds, and even contribute a few assists.  At $5,300, he should be a great bargain.
    • Sean Kilpatrick – Kilpatrick will be starting at point guard tonight for the Brooklyn Nets, which should enable him to rack up a decent amount of assists and points.  Even without that, Kilpatrick is a great value at $4,900.
    • Trevor Booker – Booker has been fairly consistent this season with points and rebounds, and while he isn’t likely to explode, this type of consistency can be tough to find in his price range.
    • Isaiah Thomas – Thomas has yet to produce less than 30 FanDuel points this season, so while his price tag of $8,100 looks a bit lofty, he should be capable of justifying it.
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