BRADLEY BEAL, DEJUAN BLAIR HEAD UP WEDNESDAY’S BARGAIN PLAYS
There are 10 games in the National Basketball Association Wednesday, Nov. 6. The Chicago-Indiana (7:00pm ET) and Dallas-Oklahoma City (9:30pm ET) games are nationally televised on ESPN.
(DraftStreet.com salaries in parantheses)
THESE SEVEN COULD BE HEAVENLY
Trevor Ariza, G, Washington ($11091 at PHI): Ariza went for 12 points, 14 rebounds, six assists and a pair of steals in the first meeting with Philadelphia back on Nov. 1. He has two double-doubles in three outings this season, and he is averaging 17.7 points per game (ppg) and 10.5 rebounds per game (rpg) so far. Not bad production at this price level.
Bradley Beal, G, Washington ($10491 at PHI): While the 76ers have gotten off to a surprising 3-1 start, Philly has allowed 106.5 points per game. The Wizards scored 102 points against the 76ers back on Nov. 1, and Beal hit just four of his 18 field goal attempts. He'll be looking to atone for that awful shooting performance, and Philly doesn't have the defense to stop him.
DeJuan Blair, F, Dallas ($7346 at OKC): Blair knocked down 10 points to go along with eight rebounds, five steals and four assists in 19 minutes against the Lakers Tuesday. He has at least eight points in each game this seaosn, and at least five rebounds. The surprising part of his game has been the fact Blair has racked up 11 steals over his past three outings. At this price level, he is a steal.
Michael Carter-Williams, G, Philadelphia ($14570 vs WAS): MCW got off to a blazing start, but he hit just four of his 17 field goal attempts in Monday's blowout loss to Golden State. Still, he finished with 18 points, six rebounds and four assists, so it wasn't all terrible. He is averaging 20.0 ppg with 7.8 apg, 5.0 rpg and 3.3 spg through his first four games.
Boris Diaw, F, San Antonio ($7459 vs PHO): Diaw scored in single digits for the first time this season, posting nine points Tuesday in Denver. However, he made up for it by posting eight rebounds with a blocked shot. Diaw has been very productive, averaging 12.8 ppg, 4.5 rpg and 1.8 apg through the first four games. At this price level, you can certainly do way worse. He should have another strong performance against the lowly Suns.
Anderson Varejao, C, Cleveland ($10891 at MIL): Varejao has gotten off to a decent start, averaging 9.8 ppg with 6.8 rpg, 2.3 apg and 1.0 spg in four outings. Varejao has at least six boards in each game this season.
Dobish's Lineup at DraftStreet.com
|F||DeJuan Blair||DAL||$7346||G||Trevor Ariza||WAS||$11091||C||Miles Plumlee||PHO||$10238|
|F||Boris Diaw||SA||$7459||G||Bradley Beal||WAS||$10491||U||Klay Thompson||GS||$11478|
|F||Kevin Durant||OKC||$20002||G||Chris Paul||LAC||$21848|
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