NBA DFS Plays Wednesday 6/30

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This article aims to highlight some of the best NBA DFS Plays at every position for your cash game lineups. Keep in mind that the following player write-ups were constructed earlier in the day, and sometimes injury/rest situations can alter the fantasy landscape. Monitoring our NBA News & Headlines Feed throughout the day will keep you in the loop while giving you the subsequent DFS consequences of each information piece.

We’ll take a look at Wednesday’s one-game slate starting at 9:00 ET. 

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NOTES

The Western Conference Finals move on to Game 6 in LA with the Suns up 3-2. Vegas has an over/under of 219 points and the game is a pick’em. Ivica Zubac is questionable again after missing Game 5, and of course, Kawhi Leonard remains sidelined, but otherwise, both teams are healthy for this critical game. 

 

TOP PLAYS

Paul George – G – LAC

Your top play has to still be Paul George. He’s a double-double machine, and has posted at least 55 fantasy points in his last three games, topping 70 in the Game 5 victory. Home court hasn’t made a huge difference to George, but the Clippers are going to be extra motivated to get this game and force Game 7 in Phoenix. His usage is crazy high, giving him the most likely path to another winning effort on the fantasy standings.

Devin Booker – G – PHX

After a couple of down games, Booker bounced back with a solid 31-point game. His peripherals weren’t great, but as his salary has come down pretty significantly, the scoring alone is ok. I like Booker in one of the multiplier spots on FanDuel and Yahoo, but am only trusting him in that position on DraftKings for tournament hedging. 

Reggie Jackson – PG – LAC

I’m on the fence about including Jackson here instead of Chris Paul, but the salary difference is enough that I consider Jackson the better fit if you’re choosing between them. He had some costly turnovers in Game 4, but otherwise, Jackson has been just as good as Paul in this series. Both offer a high floor, but using the cheaper Jackson allows you to get three stars in your lineup tonight. 

 

NOTABLE BARGAINS

Marcus Morris Sr. – F – LAC

Morris is a guy I prefer to use if Ivica Zubac is ruled out, as he really came on strong in Game 5 after not making much impact in this series to that point. He made two of five three-pointers, but his value didn’t depend on that alone as he scored 22 real points in that win. Expect the Clippers to give him a similar opportunity to try to replicate the winning formula. 

DeMarcus Cousins – C – LAC  

His salary is interesting; more expensive than Morris on DraftKings, but cheaper on the other two sites (and minimum on Yahoo). With Zubac out, Cousins put up 15 points in 11 minutes, with a steal, two rebounds and three assists. He’s always been efficient like that and his bursts of offense can certainly help sustain this team tonight if Zubac is out again.

 

OTHER NOTES

Deandre Ayton – C – PHX is still up and down, though he double-doubled again in Game 5 (10 points, 11 rebounds) and continues to see 35-40 minutes per game. He’s a player that it’s worth rostering for the upside he offers, but with a range of 25-60-plus fantasy points you have to have a high tolerance for risk. 

Mikal Bridges – F – PHX The Suns need to get some consistent production from guys like Bridges, who is playing a ton of minutes. He’s coming off a very bad game, and with his high-ish salary ($10,000 FD, $6600 DK, $18 Yahoo), he won’t be rostered at a high rate tonight. He’s a nice alternative to Morris, Ayton, or Cousins if you can afford him and want to differentiate with the hope that he starts taking (and making) more shots tonight.