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This daily article will focus on daily value plays from SuperDraft’s exclusive Multiplier game mode. By eliminating the traditional salary cap structure and providing a points multiplier for every player on the slate, there is almost limitless flexibility when building lineups on SuperDraft. You can load up on all the studs, but their point multipliers will be low. You can balance those plays out with some long shots that could score up to 2x their fantasy points to vault you to the top of the leaderboards.
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With three games on Tuesday’s slate, let’s get into some of the Multiplier plays over on SuperDraft.
Donovan Mitchell, Utah Jazz (1.2x score multiplier)
This is one of the shortest slates we have seen through the first three weeks of the NBA regular season. However, we have no shortage of stud players to choose from near the multiplier floor. My favorite to target at guard in this range is Mitchell. Spida has averaged over 27 shot attempts in his last three games. Mike Conley has missed some time recently, contributing to that number. However, it’s not like Mitchell’s ceiling only exists with his point guard sidelined. The Jazz have the highest team total on this short slate, and Mitchell is carrying an elite 36.3% usage rate through the nine games he has played. The matchup is nice against an Atlanta team that is allowing above-average output to all four of Mitchell’s traits in our Advanced DVP tool so far this season. We should roster Mitchell with confidence on this slate.
Seth Curry, Philadelphia 76ers (1.75x)
The 76ers were extremely shorthanded again Monday night, and the second half of the back-to-back looks to bring us more of the same. Curry had a bit of a down game considering the extra minutes and opportunity (while his brother absolutely torched the Hawks last night), but we should expect a higher shot total from Seth here. His 10 shot attempts were his lowest in the last five games, and his 41 minutes were a season-high. Coach Doc Rivers has hinted that he could expand the rotation to 10 players in this game, but I wouldn’t significantly downgrade Curry with this news. He should still play mid-30’s in minutes, and this is a player who has exceeded 20 or more real points in five of the 76ers 11 games this season. At such a high multiplier, I have a lot of interest in rostering Curry here. Those guys are fine plays, but in GPPs I prefer to target Curry for lower ownership with the same upside.
Note: Curry was listed as questionable right before this article was submitted. If he plays everything above stands. If he’s out, it’s a boost for Danny Green (1.95x), Shake Milton (1.55x), Tyrese Maxey (1.55x) and Furkan Korkmaz (1.8x). All are in play as fine options now, but they look slightly better if Curry sits.
Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee Bucks (1x)
I probably don’t need to explain to you why Giannis is a good play on a three-game slate. But if somehow you need some convincing, here’s the case. The Bucks remain without Khris Middleton and Brook Lopez. While they got Jrue Holiday back into the starting five last game, the extra opportunity remains for Antetokounmpo who does a little bit of everything (and then some) for this team. He has a 34.7% usage rate on the season and leads Milwaukee in points, rebounds and assists. The matchup against this shorthanded Philadelphia squad poses zero issues for Antetokounmpo. He should be able to get whatever he wants in this game. The Bucks have lost five of their last six games, and I expect the two-time league MVP to make a statistical statement to get his team back on track here.
Bobby Portis, Milwaukee Bucks (1.55x)
The absences of Middleton and Lopez don’t just bolster the case to play Giannis. They have also opened a massive opportunity for Portis. Typically, the backup big man to Lopez, Portis got the start last time out against the Wizards and put up a giant fantasy score. Assuming he gets the nod in the starting five again tonight against the 76ers, it would be silly not to consider Portis at his elevated multiplier. He’s always been a high-usage player and above-average fantasy producer, but the minutes typically stay muted given the depth of the Milwaukee roster. With the chance to crack the 30-minute mark once again, Portis is a strong option at the forward spot.
Paul Reed, Philadelphia 76ers (2x)
Some important caveats to this play right off the top. As we discussed on the Dream Stream Monday night at FTNDaily, Reed is not someone Doc Rivers likes to play heavy minutes. We ran away from the Reed play when he wasn’t starting Monday against the Knicks, but Rivers hand may be forced to start Reed here against the Bucks. Nobody can really stop Giannis Antetokounmpo, but if you ask me Paul Reed stands a much better chance of doing so than Furkan Korkmaz, who started at the power forward spot Monday. Reed is a notoriously good fantasy producer, so if he starts I love rostering him in large-field GPPs at his 2x multiplier. He would also likely get run in garbage time if this game turns into a blowout, which is not out of the realm of possibility against a motivated Bucks squad.
Andre Drummond, Philadelphia 76ers (1.2x)
SuperDraft reacted quickly to lower Drummond’s multiplier with the news that Joel Embiid entered the health and safety protocols. But it’s not enough to deter us from prioritizing him, especially on a three-game slate. In his two starts for the 76ers this season, Drummond is averaging 14 points, 20 rebounds, 4 assists, and 4 steals plus blocks in 36 minutes per game. As we spoke about in the guard section, there are a lot of acceptable options from this short-handed Philadelphia team here. That being said, none of them bring the floor/ceiling combo that Drummond gives your lineups on this slate. If I’m only running one lineup on SuperDraft, I’m locking in Drummond at center and moving on.
This article expresses the personal views of the writer and does not reflect the view(s) of SuperDraft in any way.