We have a four-game NBA DFS slate on SuperDraft Thursday. Below, we’ll dive in and break down our three top plays of the slate.
Evan Mobley, Cleveland Cavaliers (Center | 1.35x Score Multiplier)
Mobley is in a great position for the Cavaliers, as they will be facing the Washington Wizards. Mobley is currently averaging 33.5 minutes, 14 points and 8 rebounds per game. He has one of the better matchups on the slate. The Wizards are currently allowing opposing centers to average 25.4 points and 16.1 rebounds per game, which gives Mobley a decent shot at a double-double. In three of his past five games, he has exceeded 30 fantasy points.
Georges Niang, Philadelphia 76ers (Power Forward | 1.8x)
Niang has been back in the rotation after going through the COVID-19 protocols and looks to have not missed a step. Niang logged 17.2 minutes against the Wizards for 16.25 fantasy points and 22 minutes against the Raptors for 28.25. On the season, he’s averaging 23 minutes per game for 10.5 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.4 assists per game. He has a 1.8x multiplier against the Brooklyn Nets, but with his current momentum, he could be in store for a juicy performance.
Jrue Holiday, Milwaukee Bucks (Point Guard | 1.25x)
In a repeat matchup Thursday, Holiday will be seeing the Orlando Magic once again. He is coming off a double-double night Tuesday where he secured 18 points with 10 assists and four rebounds in 34 minutes. He finished with 41 fantasy points, marking his seventh straight time passing the 40-point mark. The Magic are currently allowing opposing point guards to average 23 points, 7 assists and 6 rebounds per game.
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