Description: NBA DFS And Fantasy Team Picks, Studs, Values, Projections, Match Centre on September 30: Ardently and eagerly awaited finals finally descend upon us with the Lakers and Heat clashing heads in game 1
Marred by Coronavirus, disrupted by the BLM protests and thrown in a quandary over the hectic schedule, everything alluded towards the ongoing edition of the NBA being curtailed at one stage. However, the marquee league has managed to withstand everything thrown at it to emerge unblemished and reach its eagerly anticipated round.
Sealing their berths in the finals, Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat find themselves contesting in the showpiece series come today. After a little break of a couple of days, either side returns to the court in bid to take what would be a massive shot in the arm, series opening win.
DraftKings NBA DFS Picks
LeBron James, 19,800
We had to break the bank to indulge in his services for the forthcoming affair but roping in LeBron James was every bit worth it. The Los Angeles Lakers player is in scrumptious touch at the moment, recording a triple-double in his foregone showdown to see him become a must have pick for us today.
Bam Adebayo, 10,600
Where James is pulling off the job for the Lakers, its Bam on the other end who is delivering the goods for Miami Heat. The centre is a lethal figure inside the paint, someone who is not only shooting his jump shots but pulling off the second chance points as well to maintain a high conversion rate for his team.
Tyler Herro, 8,000
Tyler Herro is fast making a name for himself. The Miami Heat player has taken to the league like a fish takes to water, something his expansive acumen has allowed him to do with his expertise when dropping triples from the deep with a high conversion rate serving him extremely fruitfully.
Dwight Howard, 5,000
Howard needed almost a month to pull his socks up but the Lakers will be least perturbed with that at the moment. What matters is that he looks to have finally settled into his groove at the moment to protect his side’s rim and pull off a steady source of boards.
Andre Iguodala, 3,400
15 points for Andre in game 6 is exactly what Miami Heat needed. He’s converted points inside the paint with a high precision rate at the moment with his floating jump points making him an untenable player.
Alex Caruso 3,000
The reinstatement of Rondo could have easily resulted in Caruso being left in the cold by the Lakers. However, the point guard has ensured that he’s continued to remain a part of the side’s shooting arounds owing to his ball handling abilities.
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