The penultimate Friday night of the NBA regular season kicks off tonight with 20 teams in action as the playoffs draw closer.
Sometimes with one game over on the NBA gaming slate, we have the opportunity to insert multiple players from the same team into our DFS rosters. You can read more about the concept of stacking here, but the main goal is to take advantage of this match more and use the salary cap to your advantage.
Here, we’re going to break down three of the best team stacks for the NBA roster on Friday, May 7th.
Bal LaMelo ($ 8,200)
Terry Rozier ($ 8,000)
PJ Washington ($ 7,000)
After a 120-99 loss to the Bulls on Thursday, tonight’s home game against the humble Orlando Magic is a prime rebound point for the Hornets’ roster as they head to the play-off tournament. in the Eastern Conference.
LaMelo Ball had an evening off against Chicago on Thursday, but since returning from a wrist injury, he’s picked up where he left off as the favorite of the year with a 34.0 FPPG average. Terry Rozier has also been making fantasy owners happy lately, averaging 31.7 FPPGs in 10 days that included a 29-point blast and seven rebounds against Detroit last Saturday. And with Miles Bridges still out due to COVID protocols, PJ. Washington stepped up production, providing a team record of 24 points and six boards for 41 FP in last night’s loss to the Bulls.
A good added value for this stack to consider as well is Jalen McDaniels, who has gotten more minutes away from Bridges and is averaging 21.5 FPPGs over his last six outings.
Devin Booker ($ 8,400)
Chris Paul ($ 7,600)
Deandre Ayton ($ 6,700)
Mikal Bridges ($ 5,600)
The Suns had 48 hours to simmer a 135-103 loss to the Atlanta Hawks that cost them the seed in the West for now and they’ll have a chance to rectify that and make some big numbers against visitors. Knicks.
They fell below their season production on Wednesday, but the Booker and Paul duo have been a solid couple throughout the season, combining at least 80 fantasy points on most nights. Booker’s three-point percentage has plummeted in the past 10 days, but he’s shooting 54 percent of the field in that streak and averaging 29 points in just under 35 minutes per game.
Ayton and Bridges got DFS owners 26 FPPGs, respectively, over the course of the regular season and perfectly round the Suns’ stack given they combined for 65 fantasy points in Phoenix’s recent 118-110 win over the Knicks on April 26.
Portland Trailblazers vs. Los Angeles Lakers, 10 p.m. ET
Damian Lillard ($ 9,700)
CJ McCollum ($ 8,300)
Jusuf Nurkic ($ 7,000)
Enes Kanter ($ 4,200)
Without LeBron James and Anthony Davis battling the spasms, move all the way into Team Blazer’s pile here as they return home from a long road trip trying to overtake Los Angeles in the Western Conference standings. and escape for the moment from the territory of the play-ins.
The tandem of Lillard, McCollum and Nurkic still offers great lineup value and they combined for a fantastic 120 points in the team’s 141-105 beat against the Cavaliers on Wednesday.
Norman Powell and Robert Covington provided solid production themselves throughout the road trip, as did Enes Kanter, who could also be a sneaky addition at $ 4,200. Kanter provided an 18-point, 13-rebound double-double to the tune of 37.75 FP against the Cavs on Wednesday and offered just under 30 FPPGs overall throughout the season for owners.