The Golden State Warriors take on the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday, giving fans a deep NBA DFS player pool. D’Angelo Russell is among the Warriors left standing due to a rash of early-season injuries, scoring 33 points Monday and averaging 26.3 per game. The Lakers, meanwhile, are surging, winning eight of their last nine games behind the play of Anthony Davis and LeBron James. Davis (ribs) is reportedly out on Wednesday, so should LeBron James be among your top NBA DFS picks as L.A. leans even more on their reliable superstar? Should you target Russell and Golden State with your NBA DFS stacks? And which daily Fantasy basketball picks should you prioritize on sites like FanDuel and DraftKings? Before you finalize your NBA DFS strategy for any tournaments, cash games, or 50-50s, see what SportsLine’s Mike McClure has to say.
McClure is a DFS professional with nearly $2 million in career winnings. He’s also a predictive data engineer at SportsLine who uses a powerful prediction model that simulates every minute of every game 10,000 times, taking factors like matchups, statistical trends and injuries into account. This allows him to find the best NBA DFS values and create optimal lineups that he shares only over at SportsLine. They’re a must-see for any NBA DFS player, and you can head to SportsLine now to get them.
McClure rolled through the 2018-19 NBA season, producing multiple lineups that led to huge returns for followers, including as much as 40x on FanDuel and 84x on DraftKings. Now, he’s off to a blistering start to the 2019-20 NBA season, cashing on both sites on Tuesday’s Opening Night 2019 and then following that up with returns as high as 20x on DraftKings the next night. Overall, his lineups have cashed a whopping 80 percent of the time so far on DraftKings and 60 percent on FanDuel. Anybody following him has seen huge returns. Now he’s turned his attention to Wednesday’s NBA DFS slate.
For Wednesday, we can tell you McClure is high on Celtics center Robert Williams III ($3,900 on FanDuel, $3,900 on DraftKings). The Celtics’ young “Time Lord”, Williams scored 11 points to go with seven rebounds and six blocks in a Sunday victory over the Spurs, the first double-digit scoring effort in his two-year career. With Enes Kanter (knee) still hobbled, Boston is looking for Williams to provide quality minutes and production. Before Kanter came back to the lineup, Williams was splitting time with Daniel Theis, who is doubtful for Wednesday’s game due to a sprained finger on his right hand. The Wizards allow 117.5 points per game, the sixth-worst total in the NBA. He’s one of the NBA DFS value picks to jump on.
Part of McClure’s optimal NBA DFS strategy also includes rostering Toronto Raptors small forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson ($4,200 on FanDuel, $4,500 on DraftKings). Part of the Raptors’ youth movement in the wake of Leonard’s departure, Hollis-Jefferson was brought in on a one-year deal from the Nets. He missed the first few games of the season due to a lingering preseason groin injury, but has been productive since his return, recording nine points and nine rebounds Monday against the Clippers. Hollis-Jefferson and the Raptors play at Portland on Wednesday, a team giving up 113.9 points per game. And he will likely get all the minutes he can handle after OG Anunoby was poked in the eye and will miss the Trail Blazers game.
McClure is also targeting another player who has a dream matchup on Wednesday. The stars are aligning for him to return 50, even 60 points on DraftKings and FanDuel. This pick could be the difference between winning your tournaments and cash games or going home with nothing.
So who is DFS pro Mike McClure putting in his optimal NBA DFS lineup for Wednesday? Visit SportsLine now to see the full NBA optimal tournament and cash game lineups from a professional DFS player who has almost $2 million in career winnings, and find out.
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