Ben Simmons is averaging nearly 60 DraftKings points per game through the Sixers' first two contests.
Without Russell Westbrook, Jeff Edgerton believes Paul George can continue to light it up against the Clippers.
In what should be a fast-paced matchup, Ben Simmons has the opportunity to shine.
Rudy Gobert has an opportunity to shine against an inexperienced Kings frontcourt.
With Russell Westbrook banged up, Paul George could be set to temporarily take over the Thunder offense.
Draymond Green nearly came up with a triple-double in the Finals opener and is a safe bet to stuff the stat sheet again in Game 2.
Alex Rikleen gives his picks for Thursday's DFS slate and suggests targeting the Warriors.
Steph Curry is coming off of his best performance of the series in the Warriors' come-from-behind Game 6 win.
With Kevin Love (concussion) sidelined, there will be a handful of cheap Cleveland players that should be considered for Sunday's DFS slate.
Mike Barner breaks down the top values for Saturday's one-day contests on DraftKings.
All eyes will be on one man Friday night as the Eastern Conference Finals shift back to Cleveland.
With the Cavaliers facing elimination, LeBron James will do everything he can to keep the team's playoff hopes alive.
Jeff Edgerton runs through the top value plays on the board for Wednesday's Game 5 in Boston.
Mike Barner runs through the top value plays for Tuesday's one-game fantasy slate.
Aron Baynes ($5,100) is one of the top value plays on Monday's one-game slate.
Klay Thompson is coming off one of his worst performances of the playoffs and is looking for a bounce-back effort in Game 3.
Mike Barner breaks down Saturday night's Game 3 between the Cavs and the Celtics.
Jeff Edgerton is looking for Eric Gordon ($7,100) to bounce back after a disappointing Game 1.
LeBron James ($18,000) will look to bounce back in a big way after a poor Game 1.
Eric Gordon ($6,600) will be a popular choice as a mid-range option on Monday's single-game slate.
LeBron James has carried the Cavaliers to the Eastern Conference Finals once again and continues to have the highest upside in the series for DFS purposes.
With just one game on the slate, Jeff Edgerton breaks down the important start/sit decisions for Game 5 between the Sixers and Celtics.
Rajon Rondo will look to bounce back after a disappointing Game 4 performance.
After a rough start to the playoffs, Kevin Love ($7,800) rediscovered his touch in Games 2 and 3.
Rajon Rondo tallied 21 assists in Game 3 and is once again ready to operate as the Pelicans play-making point guard Sunday.
Terry Rozier has been a pleasant surprise for the banged-up Celtics, who have a chance to go up 3-0 on the Sixers on Saturday.
Joe Ingles may not hit seven threes in Game 2, but he remains one of Friday's top value plays at forward.
Tristan Thompson's role has grown over the last few games and he makes for an intriguing mid-tier option at center for Thursday's slate.
With just one game on the slate, James Harden will make or break your DraftKings Showdown lineups.
Serge Ibaka's price has fallen all the way down to $5,000 on DraftKings heading into Tuesday's Game 1.