The New Year brings a four game slate on Monday, January 1st starting at 7:30 et. The Bucks will be in Toronto. The Nets host the Magic. The Lakers will be in Minnesota and the Bulls host the Blazers.
Are you looking for free DraftKings and FanDuel NBA advice? You came to the right spot. Johnny G invites the NBA experts from Hammer DFS to share some of their research and insights to help you build your rosters and cross the money line in your DFS contests. If you want more, we have the perfect DFS lineup consultants as well. Either way, we have you covered for all your fantasy sports needs.
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Justin Holiday‘s salary has been a roller coaster ride on FanDuel. Over the last 10 games, his FD price has dropped $400 to $5300. Over the last month, it’s down $1000. He’s priced at $5200 on DraftKings. He’s hit 5x value in four of the last five games. Portland is giving up +2 to Guards.
His salary is climbing, but his minutes are still up, so it’s worth taking a look at Bismack Biyombo today. He’s a great bargain on DraftKings at $5600. His salary spikes to $6500 on FanDuel. He gets a great matchup facing Brooklyn, who give up almost +6 to opposing frontcourts. He has consecutive double-doubles and is projected for over 30 minutes of playing time.
Look at all the lineups you will get, at a minimum, 1 cash and 1 gpp for the below for BOTH DraftKings and FanDuel. That translates to approximately:
- NBA – 120 lineups per month
- MLB – 120 lineups per month
- NHL – 120 lineups per month
- Golf – 16 lineups per month
- NFL – 16 lineups per month
- NASCAR – 8 lineups per month
- UFC – 2 per event
We also do playoffs and small slate events with great GPP lineups in addition. All that for one low price. Contact us at HammerDFS@gmail.com or on Twitter @HammerDFS.
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As always, be sure to check for final NBA fantasy lineup before they lock. Last minute injuries and “resting” players are always a risk, so be diligent and follow-up accordingly.