In case you missed it, last month we launched our own version of Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) contests. That is right, you can now play Daily Fantasy Basketball at Bruno Boys. We offer head-2-head, 50/50, GPP tournament contests and more on a daily basis throughout the NBA season. With that in mind, we are going to bring you a DFS value play article in which we look at some of the best daily fantasy basketball options for each night.
To build a team on Bruno Boys DFS you get $80,000 to spend on eight players (PG, SG, SF, PF, C, G, F, UTIL) and with player salaries ranging from $6,000 to $17,000 you must spend wisely and make sure to find players that are going to be bargains each day.
Tim Frazier, New Orleans (Bruno Boys DFS Price: $8,500) — Frazier is the 19th most expensive point guard on tonight’s slate but has a ton of upside against the Denver Nuggets. Jrue Holiday and Tyreke Evans are both out and Frazier should log 25-30 minutes as the starter tonight. On opportunity alone you can expect Frazier to get you 20-25 Bruno Boys DFS points and if he can score 10 points of his own that could reach 30 DFS points If you are looking for value at the PG spot or a Guard to fill out your roster, take a look at Frazier.
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Ty Lawson, Sacramento Kings (Bruno Boys DFS Price: $7,200) — Lawson is the ultimate DFS bargain at the PG spot tonight. He’s just $1,200 over the lowest price on Bruno Boys DFS and is going to start in place of Darren Collison (suspension). The Kings are expected to use Lawson for 32-35 minutes per game and with scorers like DeMarcus Cousin, Arron Afflalo and Rudy Gay to feed the basketball to, Lawson is a threat for 8-10 assists.
Terry Rozier, Boston Celtics (Bruno Boys DFS Price: $6,000) — Rozier is priced at $6,000 with is the lowest you can get on Bruno Boys DFS, however he will play quality minutes tonight with Marcus Smart being ruled out of action. Rozier was impressive in training camp and preseason and has built the trust of Celtics president Danny Ainge and head coach Brad Stevens. Rozier averaged 9.6 points over 7 preseason games and shot 60-percent from the 3-point line. If Rozier chips in 15-20 DFS points tonight, and allows you to afford some super stars, it’s a nice ROI.