A familiar name sits atop the list in the first edition of the 2018-19 NBA composite player rankings.
Despite the series shifting to Cleveland, Ben Miller suggests fading top-priced LeBron James to go with a Warriors stack.
The Finals won't stop FanDuel from offering contests, so Ben Miller gives his picks for Thursday's one-game slate.
With a lack of consistency elsewhere at the position in FanDuel's Thursday-Friday multi-day slate, Al Horford is Ben Miller's top option at center.
James Harden is $2,000 cheaper than LeBron James, so Ben Miller thinks he's the smarter DFS play for FanDuel's multi-day slate.
His ability to contribute in a plethora of different categories makes Draymond Green a top choice for Wednesday's specialized single-game DFS contest.
After picking up his first start of the playoffs in Game 4, T.J. McConnell makes for a very intriguing value play for Wednesday's DFS contest.
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.
Terry Rozier has shot at an absurdly high rate over the last few games and Ben Miller suggests riding the hot hand once again Thursday.
Ben Miller believes James Harden and Donovan Mitchell are MVP candidates in FanDuel's new single-game format.
Ben Miller provides his picks for a combined Thursday-Friday slate, while also releasing his lineup for Thursday's single-game specialty contest.
Westbrook's price has fallen over $1,000 after a few poor showings, giving him a ton of bounce-back potential Wednesday at a discounted price.
Draymond Green's salary has fallen nearly $1,000 since Game 2, giving him a discounted price that should be considered for Thursday's DFS slate.
LeBron James will look to lead the Cavaliers to a bounce-back victory after being dominated by the Pacers in Game 1.
Despite playing limited minutes the last two games following an injury, Jimmy Butler could be forced to step up with the Timberwolves' playoff hopes on the line.
Paul Millsap has picked up his play of late and could be relied upon even more Thursday with the Nuggets' playoff hopes on the line.
One of only two players priced above $10,000, Anthony Davis will be a fixture in many DFS lineups Wednesday.
With a lack of intriguing center options for Thursday's DFS slate, Ben Miller suggests paying up for Andre Drummond.
With a handful of intriguing players near minimum price Wednesday, DFS owners should have no problem paying up for LeBron James.
Facing off against a frontcourt that has given up the third most FanDuel points to centers on the season, Joel Embiid will be a center option to target Thursday.
After a strong showing in his return to the starting lineup Monday, Darren Collison could have some utility once again for Wednesday's DFS slate.
T.J. Warren could see an increase in usage Thursday if Devin Booker is unable to play through his hand injury.
While he'll likely be highly owned, Kevin Durant is a must-play for Wednesday's DFS slate with the Warriors roster decimated by injuries.
If you can't afford Karl-Anthony Towns or Joel Embiid for Thursday's slate, Dwight Howard makes for an intriguing center option against a poor Nets defense.
Despite being the second highest priced player on Wednesday's slate, LeBron James is a player to build around considering the uptempo matchup against Denver.
If you can't afford Karl-Anthony Towns or Joel Embiid for Thursday's slate, Willie Cauley-Stein makes for a strong mid-tier selection at center.
Kevin Durant is priced below $10,000 for the first time since early November, making him one of the more intriguing expensive options Wednesday.
Dwight Howard matches up with a Nets defense Thursday that has given up the most FanDuel points to centers on the season.
Karl-Anthony Towns has played well of late and should have no trouble continuing that trend against a Lakers defense that struggles against opposing frontcourts.
Following the trade of Larry Nance at the deadline, Kyle Kuzma has stepped up for the Lakers and should make for a strong DFS play Wednesday.