With the NBA back, every week I’ll be offering up my DFS picks on SuperDraft, and following that up the next day with a look back on how I did and what we can learn from the picks.
In this article, I’ll be recapping what happened Wednesday night and reviewing how the picks and plays did. Let’s get into it.
It was a very solid night from the article as 3 of the 4 names listed were in the winning lineup in Wednesday’s Jump Shot contest.
Our first pick was actually a duo of Pacers guards Keifer Sykes and Duane Washington. Sykes found himself in the winning lineup, as he scored 54 SuperDraft points, but he finished slowly after a great start, so I was actually hoping for some more. Washington struggled, he scored just 10 actual points and just 29 SuperDraft points despite playing 37 minutes. Lance Stephenson came out of nowhere to score 30 actual points in 32 minutes, which hurt both of these guys, but luckily Sykes was still able to get there.
Kyle Kuzma was our next pick, and despite a slow start he also ended up in the winning lineup, as he scored 62 SuperDraft points thanks to getting a whopping 40 minutes of time on the floor.
The final pick was Anfernee Simons, who also got off to a fairly slow start but ended up being the top SuperDraft scorer of the night as he went for 47.25 fantasy points prior to adding in his 1.8x multiplier, putting him at a total of 85.
Here was the winning lineup from Wednesday:
It felt good to have the best play of the night listed in the article for the second week in a row (last week Hamidou Diallo, this week Anfernee Simons), and Kyle Kuzma was excellent as well, Seth Curry was a name that performed extremely well that I didn’t mention in the article, but with Tyrese Maxey and Shake Milton out he made a ton of sense as well.
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