College Hoops DFS Plays: Saturday 3/13

Spencer Limbach
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Here we go with the College Hoops DFS evening slate! FanDuel starts their contests at 5:30 ET while DraftKings will lock at 6:00 ET. Here are the odds for all of the games along with a note signaling which site it is listed on:

Oklahoma State vs. Texas (-2) / Total: 145 -- Both sites

Georgetown vs. Creighton (-9) / Total: 143.5 -- Both sites

Georgia Tech vs. Florida State (-4.5) / Total: 146 -- Both sites

North Texas vs. Western Kentucky (-1.5) / Total: 125 -- DK only

Memphis vs. Houston (-7.5) / Total: 133 -- FD only

With that, let’s get to the daily fantasy analysis!

GUARDS

Michael Devoe - Georgia Tech - FD: $6,100 - DK: $7,100

Devoe is substantially cheaper than teammate Jose Alvarado despite holding a higher projection - according to our CBB DFS Optimizer. Sure, Devoe’s salary is more comfortable on FanDuel (which will be the theme of this article), but I believe he’s worth the cost over on DraftKings as well. The Georgia Tech guard has been between 30-40 fantasy points in each of his last four games, and he should continue to produce in this ACC Championship game. Vaughn Dalzell has a great write-up on how to bet this game as well.

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Avery Anderson III - Oklahoma State - FD: $5,300 - DK: $6,000

Cade Cunningham gets all the headlines for Oklahoma State, but he actually has a few teammates that represent stronger DFS values. Anderson is one of them, as he is brimming with confidence at the moment, hitting 26+ fantasy points in three straight. His $5,300 salary on FanDuel is a no-brainer, while the $6,000 tag on DraftKings is acceptable as well. It’s worth noting that he ranks as a top-three value on both sites according to our handy CBB DFS Optimizer.

Jamorko Pickett - Georgetown - FD: $6,400 - DK: $6,700

If Georgetown wants to pull off the upset tonight, they’ll need Pickett to play out of his mind. His game log tells the story of inconsistency, but I’m thinking Pickett will put it all on the line in this Big East Tournament Final. In an earlier meeting with Creighton (Feb. 9), he came up with 37 fantasy points in 38 minutes. The Bluejays are somewhat vulnerable on the glass (164th in rebound rate), so Pickett could push for double-digit rebounds on top of his scoring upside.

Also Consider: DeJon Jarreau (great on FD), Dante Harris (cheap filler), Cade Cunningham

FORWARDS

Moses Wright - Georgia Tech - FD: $8,500 - DK: $8,500

This is probably a better play on FanDuel than DraftKings. As mentioned throughout this article, almost everyone seems a tad bit underpriced on FD (relative to DK). That should allow you to spend at a few more spots, and Moses Wright is a great player to invest those savings. He has been mediocre over his last two games, but Wright has legitimate 50+ FP upside. Georgia Tech will be playing with fresher legs than Florida State, and Wright came up with 47 FP the last time he faced the Seminoles. This is a great bounce-back opportunity.

RaiQuan Gray - Florida State - FD: $7,000 - DK: $7,300

Gray is substantially cheaper than the aforementioned likes of Moses Wright, and I’m expecting both to beat their seasonal averages in this ACC Championship. Georgia Tech ranks 274th in rebound rate, which could open the door for Gray to rack up fantasy production. He posted 36 FP (19-9-2) against the Yellow Jackets earlier this year, and a repeat performance isn’t out of the question.

Kalib Boone - Oklahoma State - FD: $5,200 - DK: $6,400

Boone is a strong mid-range play to help round out your lineup. This is one of the highest-scoring games of the night, so I don’t mind drawing three or four players from this competitive matchup. Boone has come up huge with 30+ fantasy points in each Big 12 Tournament game this week, and he could find another tonight vs. Texas. He erupted for 52 FP the last time he faced the Longhorns. I’m not expecting him to reach that level, but it’s nice to know he has some upside to his game.

Also Consider: Christian Bishop, Greg Brown (DK value), Chudier Bile (solid value)