Welcome to our NBA DFS breakdown article for Tuesday, Feb. 14. As always, we will be providing you with the top value plays for each game of the night, taking into consideration the latest injury updates and player performances to find NBA DFS value. To help with the analysis, we will use Stokastic’s NBA DFS projections.
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NBA DFS Value and Advice | February 14
The Boston Celtics will be without Jaylen Brown, and Jayson Tatum is doubtful for the game against the Milwaukee Bucks. Robert Williams and Grant Williams are both questionable, creating more opportunities for other players. Al Horford is a strong option, and his value will increase if either Williams sits out. Both Williams are secondary options. Giannis Antetokounmpo is a top option as always, and Jrue Holiday is a reasonably priced secondary option.
The Orlando Magic will be without Jonathan Isaac, and Cole Anthony is questionable. Markelle Fultz is the top option and other players who could benefit from more minutes if Anthony sits include Gary Harris and Jalen Suggs. Wendell Carter Jr., Paolo Banchero and Franz Wagner are all solid plays as well. Bol Bol is an interesting GPP punt near-minimum salary without Isaac. Precious Achiuwa and Gary Trent Jr. are questionable for the Toronto Raptors, making Jakob Poeltl a strong option if he starts. Trent, Scottie Barnes, Pascal Siakam and Fred VanVleet are all secondary options.
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The Sacramento Kings will be without Malik Monk, creating more minutes for Terence Davis. De’Aaron Fox and Domantas Sabonis are strong options as always. Kevin Huerter, Harrison Barnes and Keegan Murray are all viable wing options, but Huerter looks the best because of his shooting guard and small forward eligibility. Josh Okogie offers value and multi-position eligibility. Chris Paul and Deandre Ayton have high ceilings in tournaments.
The Golden State Warriors are on a back-to-back, so we will need an injury report to confirm who will be available. Kevon Looney stands out as a value play, with a DraftKings price tag of $4,100. Jordan Poole’s price tag is rising, but he still offers a high ceiling. Marcus Morris is underpriced for the Clippers.
Both the Washington Wizards and Portland Trail Blazers are on a back-to-back. Nothing stands out from Washington if everyone plays, but if Kyle Kuzma sits, Bradley Beal and Kristaps Porzingis will look better. Jerami Grant was out yesterday and Matisse Thybulle started in his place. Thybulle will offer value at minimum salary if Grant misses today’s game. Damian Lillard and Anfernee Simons are both priorities at the guard spots, and Drew Eubanks is another inexpensive center option.