Fantasy basketball picks: Best DraftKings NBA DFS goals, values ​​for Feb. 6

We have a list of five NBA games today. At DraftKings Sportsbook, there are two sets with a total of at least 228 — NO/HOU (229.5) and MIL/LAC (228). The Celtics are the heavy favorites with -9 points over the Magic. There is one game with a gap of less than three points – DAL -2 over ATL.

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Let’s break down some of the best studs and values ​​at each position to help you build your DraftKings NBA Waiting lines.

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Lucas Doncic, Dallas Mavericks vs. Atlanta Hawks ($12,000) – The Hawks are only 17th in offensive pace, but the Mavericks are 28th, so it’s an accelerated game for Dallas. The Hawks are also 28th in defensive efficiency, so Doncic should be busy, although he probably would be busy regardless. In the last 10 games, he has won at least 60 DKFPs on seven occasions, including five out of 70 and three of them in the most recent matches. He had four triple-doubles in that span and scored at least 30 points in six games including two of 40. HalluLuka!

Other Options – Trae Young ($10,100), Darius Garland ($8,800) if he plays.


Nickeil Alexander-Walker, New Orleans Pelicans @ Houston Rockets ($4,700) – NAW won’t start and will probably only play about 20 minutes, but it produces when it’s on the ground. In the last two games, the usage rate was 36.3% and 34.8%, which translated to 25 and 23.25 DKFP. The Rockets are first in offensive pace and last in defensive efficiency, so the playing environment is juicy. Additionally, Houston propels the FPPM to league-leading 23.12% playmakers.

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Brandon Ingram, New Orleans Pelicans @ Houston Rockets ($8,700) – Since returning from a five-game absence, Ingram has played 33 and 39 minutes, producing 40.25 and 53 DKFP. The utilization rate was 28.6% and 30.3%. I mentioned in the NAW section how juicy it is. It’s the creme de la creme for fantasy.

Other Options – Jalen Suggs ($5,900), Bogdan Bogdanovic ($5,500)


Reggie Bullock, Dallas Mavericks vs. Atlanta Hawks ($4,800) – During the season, Bullock averaged 24.4 minutes and 6.5 field goal attempts per game. Since Tim Hardaway Jr. went down, he’s averaged 31 minutes and 11.8 field goal attempts per game with 9.4 from downtown. During this period he produced 24, 31.75, 25.5, 43 and 26.5 DKFP. The Hawks are 11th in the NBA in 3-point attempts allowed.

Other Options – Luke Kennard ($4,200), Josh Richardson ($3,900)

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Jayson Tatum, Boston Celtics @ Orlando Magic ($10,600) – Tatum has an average utilization rate of 32.4% and 20.9 field goal attempts per game over the season. It also brings a little something in each category. It’s a matter of shooting efficiency, which has been inconsistent this season. He’s shooting 43% on the season after finishing 46%, 45%, 45% and 47% the past four years. Over the past eight games, he’s shot 43% or less in four games and produced 49.5, 38, 43, and 39.75 DKFP. He converted over 60% of his attempts in three games and scored 79.5, 54.5 and 65.6 DKFP in those contests. Which Tatum will we have on Sunday? No one knows, but he will get all the opportunities he can handle. That’s all we can ask for.

Other Options – Brandon Ingram ($8,700), Marcus Morris Sr. ($6,400), Bogdan Bogdanovic ($5,500)


De’Andre Hunter, Atlanta Hawks @ Dallas Mavericks ($4,700) – The matchup and playing environment are less than ideal as the Mavericks are 28th in offensive pace, fifth in defensive efficiency and negate the small forwards MPPF of 5.71%. That said, Hunter will likely get a usage rate in the 20% range, play close to 35 minutes, and could score in the 30 DKFP range. Since returning to action 13 games ago, he has averaged 29.5 minutes and 11.2 field goal attempts per game. He played over 30 minutes in seven games and exceeded 30 DKFP in six of those competitions.

Other Options – Josh Richardson ($3,900), Reggie Bullock ($4,800)

Power forward


Giannis Antetokounpo, Milwaukee dollars @ Los Angeles Clippers ($12,200) – Giannis has a ridiculous average of 1.7 DKFP per minute. He has scored at least 60 DKFPs 18 times, including six over 70s. The Clippers are 11th in pace while the Bucks are 12th, so it should be an up and down affair. The Clippers are sixth in defensive efficiency though, but they increase the MPPF to power forwards by 6.79% and that’s Giannis we’re talking about.

Other Options – Jayson Tatum ($10,600), Kevin Love ($7,200), Marcus Morris ($6,400)


Jaxson Hayes, New Orleans Pelicans @ Houston Rockets ($5,000) – Slowly but surely, Hayes has become an integral part of the rotation. He has played 31, 26 and 33 minutes in the last three games and played a power forward alongside Jonas Valanciunas ($8,300). He has produced 33.75, 19.75 and 42.25 DKFP and will be playing in an environment that suits his style perfectly – run and gun.

Other Options –Nicolas Batum ($4,500)



Allen hock, Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Indiana Pacers ($8,400) – Was Allen angry that he was not selected for the All-Star Game? 29 points, 22 rebounds and 60.5 DKFP say yes. Now he has to face a Pacers team that is 26th in defensive efficiency and increases the MPPF on crosses by 16.62%.

Other options – Giannis Antetokounmpo ($12,200), Jonas Valanciunas ($8,300), Christian Wood ($8,500), Robert Williams ($7,500), Kevin Love ($7,200)


Onyeka Okongwu, Atlanta Hawks @ Dallas Mavericks ($3,700) – Okongwu doesn’t start and will probably only play around 20 minutes. It averages 0.96 DKFP per minute over the season, so the floor is relatively high for its price. what if Clint Capela ($5,700) get hurt or in serious trouble?

Other Options –Jaxson Hayes ($5,000)

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