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We had a five-game NBA DFS slate on SuperDraft Monday. Let’s take a look at our top recommendations and see how they fared and check in on the day’s best plays.

The Review

Gary Trent Jr., SG, Toronto Raptors (1.35x score multiplier)

The shot started falling once again for Trent. He went 8-of-16 from the field while going 4-of-9 from three. He finished with 24 points, three rebounds and two assists. On defense, he added two steals and a block as the Raptors beat the Hornets 116-101.

Bam Adebayo, C, Miami Heat (1.2x)

The Heat dominated the Washington Wizards Monday with a 121-100 victory. That led to Adebayo sitting in the fourth quarter. He ended with 21 points, seven rebounds and four assists while playing just 24 minutes. It was a great matchup for the big man, but with Miami taking a good lead after the third quarter, Adebayo’s night was finished.

Chris Boucher, PF, Toronto Raptors (1.7x)

Boucher put up his usual statline versus Charlotte. Even getting an early opportunity in the first quarter did not help him. He finished with 19 minutes of court time while finishing with eight points and six rebounds. He did add on two blocks and one steal, but that didn’t help boost his overall fantasy production. The 1.7x multiplier became a missed opportunity.

Best Plays of The Slate

Pascal Siakam was one of Monday’s top plays. He logged 43 minutes and finished with 24 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists. He was able to secure the double-double bonus in a huge win over the Charlotte Hornets. We also had the battle of the stars with Devin Booker and DeMar DeRozan. The Suns took the victory 127-124, but Booker and DeRozan matched each other. Booker finished with 38 points, five assists and four rebounds while DeRozan finished with 38 points, five rebounds and four assists — same numbers in a different arrangement. The final top play of the night was Mitchell Robinson, who put up a huge double-double against the Utah Jazz. He finished with 19 points and 21 rebounds while adding on three blocks and two steals.

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