Russell Westbrook Delivers Over $13.8 in DFS Profit... Anthony Davis Posts Just 25 FD Points

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FANDUEL MOST VALUABLE ($) PLAYERS

Russell Westbrook (OKC 44 pts, 14 reb, 11 ast, 2 blk, 1 stl) needed 50.4 FPs too live up to his $12400 salary, and he went on to have 78.5 fantasy points. The SportsLine Projection Model gave Westbrook an A Rating as one of the top values in yesterday's slate. His usage was up from an average of 30.8% to 36.3 in this game (vs NO). Westbrook shot well from the field (18-30). His next game (UTA@OKC) is on 2/22. He is projected to have 51.2 FPs in this game.

Nerlens Noel (OKC 22 pts, 13 reb, 1 ast, 2 stl) had 41.5 FPs and delivered +$6722 over his $3500 salary. SportsLine accurately rated Noel as a Strong Play yesterday. His usage (31.3) and minutes (22) were higher than his average usage of 13.2 and avg minutes of 14. Noel had a good shooting night (10-16 FG). His non-scoring fantasy production (22 FPs) was 9 FPs higher than normal. His next game (UTA@OKC) is on 2/22. While subject to change, he is currently projected to have a below average game.

Julius Randle (NO 33 pts, 11 reb, 6 ast, 1 blk, 1 stl) was priced at $7300 and based on the active 2/14 pool, he delivered 25.4 more FPs than his salary 'expected'. He benefited from both more usage (32) and more minutes (39) than normal (avg usage 27.1, avg minutes 30). Randle shot 52.4% from the field (11-21, 9-12 FT). His 24 FPs (reb, ast, blk, stl, minus turnovers) was well above his average of 16.2 fantasy points. His next game (NO@IND) is on 2/22. He is projected to have 28.5 FPs in this game.

Jrue Holiday (NO 32 pts, 5 reb, 7 ast, 3 blk, 2 stl) needed 36.5 FPs too live up to his $9000 salary, and he went on to have 60.5 fantasy points. The SportsLine Projection Model gave Holiday an A Rating as one of the top values in yesterday's slate. His average usage is 25.5% and it was up to 32.9 in this game (vs OKC). Holiday has more field goal attempts (12-27, 5-5 FT) than his normal 16.4 FGAs. He had 30 FPs from rebounds + assists + blocks + steals - turnovers and he averages 21.1. His next game (NO@IND) is on 2/22. He is projected to have 33.8 FPs in this game.

Luke Kornet (NY 11 pts, 3 reb, 0 ast, 1 blk, 4 stl) was priced at $4300 and based on the active 2/14 pool, he delivered 11.5 more FPs than his salary 'expected'. SportsLine accurately rated Kornet as a Strong Play yesterday. He benefited from both more usage (23.9) and more minutes (31) than normal (avg usage 16.9, avg minutes 16). Kornet has more field goal attempts (3-16) than his normal 6.6 FGAs. His non-scoring fantasy production (19 FPs) was 220 % higher than normal. He does not play again until 2/22. While subject to change, he is currently projected to have a below average game.

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FANDUEL LEAST VALUABLE ($) PLAYERS

Anthony Davis (NO 14 pts, 4 reb, 2 ast, 1 blk, 1 stl) needed 46.7 fantasy points to keep up with the rest of the night's pool, so he came up well short with 25. He only played 16 minutes in this game (vs OKC). He averages 36. Davis only had 10 FGAs (5-10), under his per game average of 19.6 per game. He was 59 under his normal non-scoring fantasy production (12 FPs).

John Collins (ATL 8 pts, 1 reb, 0 ast, 1 stl) needed 33.3 FPs too live up to his $8200 salary, but he went on to only have 12 fantasy points. His game usage (19) and minutes (25) were under his average usage of 23.9% in 30 minutes. Collins shot poorly from the field (4-11. His non-scoring fantasy production (4 FPs) was well below his average (14.2 FPs). His next game is 2/22 and you may want to consider him based on our current projection which as him bouncing back with a better than average game.

Kemba Walker (CHA 10 pts, 2 reb, 3 ast, 2 stl) needed 43.5 FPs too live up to his $10700 salary, but he went on to only have 22.5 fantasy points. SportsLine anticipated a bad performance with a FADE recommendation in its Cheat Sheet. Fewer minutes, 28, as opposed to lower usage rate in this game (vs ORL) was the issue. He averages 35 minutes. Walker had a bad shooting night (4-20). He was 18 under his normal non-scoring fantasy production (13 FPs).

Tim Frazier (NO 0 pts, 0 reb, 2 ast) needed 17.9 fantasy points to keep up with the rest of the night's pool, so he came up well short with 2. SportsLine anticipated a bad performance with a FADE recommendation in its Cheat Sheet. He only played 7 minutes in this game (vs OKC). He averages 19.

Kevin Huerter (ATL 0 pts, 4 reb, 4 ast) needed 21.5 fantasy points to keep up with the rest of the night's pool, so he came up well short with 8. His usage rate and minutes played were in line with his normal levels. His next game is 2/22 and you may want to consider him based on our current projection which as him bouncing back with a better than average game.

Remember, that you can check out the SportsLine FanDuel Cheat Sheet if you want to get his latest FanDuel projections and the Computer Optimal Lineup.

DRAFTKINGS MOST VALUABLE ($) PLAYERS

Russell Westbrook (OKC 44 pts, 14 reb, 11 ast, 2 blk, 1 stl) had 88 FPs and delivered +$7062 over his $11600 salary. SportsLine accurately rated Westbrook as a Strong Play yesterday. His average usage is 30.8% and it was up to 36.3 in this game (vs NO). Westbrook had a good shooting night (18-30).

Nerlens Noel (OKC 22 pts, 13 reb, 1 ast, 2 stl) was priced at $3300 and based on the active 2/14 pool, he delivered 29.2 more FPs than his salary 'expected'. SportsLine accurately rated Noel as a Strong Play yesterday. His usage (31.3) and minutes (22) were higher than his average usage of 13.2 and avg minutes of 14. Noel had a good shooting night (10-16 FG). His 21 FPs (reb, ast, blk, stl, minus turnovers) was well above his average of 11.5 fantasy points.

Julius Randle (NO 33 pts, 11 reb, 6 ast, 1 blk, 1 stl) owners made a +$5578 profit and got +26.3 more fantasy points than expected at a $7200 price. His usage (32) and minutes (39) were higher than his average usage of 27.1 and avg minutes of 30. Randle had a good shooting night (11-21, 9-12 FT). His non-scoring fantasy production (25 FPs) was 8 FPs higher than normal.

Jrue Holiday (NO 32 pts, 5 reb, 7 ast, 3 blk, 2 stl) owners made a +$4157 profit and got +19.6 more fantasy points than expected at a $8400 price. His usage was up from an average of 25.5% to 32.9 in this game (vs OKC). Holiday took more shots from the field than usual (12-27, 5-5 FT). His non-scoring fantasy production (26 FPs) was 126 % higher than normal.

Luke Kornet (NY 11 pts, 3 reb, 0 ast, 1 blk, 4 stl) was priced at $3200 and based on the active 2/14 pool, he was worth $2354 more than his salary. The SportsLine Projection Model gave Kornet an A Rating as one of the top values in yesterday's slate. He benefited from both more usage (23.9) and more minutes (31) than normal (avg usage 16.9, avg minutes 16). Kornet has more field goal attempts (3-16) than his normal 6.6 FGAs. His non-scoring fantasy production (14 FPs) was 182 % higher than normal.

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DRAFTKINGS LEAST VALUABLE ($) PLAYERS

John Collins (ATL 8 pts, 1 reb, 0 ast, 1 stl) needed 36.3 fantasy points to keep up with the rest of the night's pool, so he came up well short with 11.2. His game usage (19) and minutes (25) were under his average usage of 23.9% in 30 minutes. Collins did not have a very good shooting night (4-11. His non-scoring fantasy production (3 FPs) was well below his average (14.5 FPs).

Kemba Walker (CHA 10 pts, 2 reb, 3 ast, 2 stl) needed 43.4 FPs too live up to his $9200 salary, but he went on to only have 21 fantasy points. SportsLine anticipated a bad performance with a FADE recommendation in its Cheat Sheet. He only played 28 minutes in this game (vs ORL). He averages 35. Walker shot just 20% from the field (4-20). His non-scoring fantasy production (11 FPs) was well below his average (15.6 FPs).

Anthony Davis (NO 14 pts, 4 reb, 2 ast, 1 blk, 1 stl) needed 42.4 fantasy points to keep up with the rest of the night's pool, so he came up well short with 25.5. He only played 16 minutes in this game (vs OKC). He averages 36. Davis took fewer shots from the field than usual (5-10). His 11 fantasy points were well short of his per game average of 27.

Tim Frazier (NO 0 pts, 0 reb, 2 ast) needed 17.9 fantasy points to keep up with the rest of the night's pool, so he came up well short with 2.5. SportsLine anticipated a bad performance with a FADE recommendation in its Cheat Sheet. Fewer minutes, 7, as opposed to lower usage rate in this game (vs OKC) was the issue. He averages 19 minutes.

At $4900 Kevin Huerter (ATL 0 pts, 4 reb, 4 ast) needed to have 23.1 FPs to breakeven, but only had 10 FPs. There was nothing out of the ordinary in terms of his usage or minutes played.

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