CBB DFS Picks for your March Madness Lineups | DraftKings & FanDuel 3/24 - DFS Karma
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CBB DFS Picks for your March Madness Lineups | DraftKings & FanDuel 3/24

In the article below I will highlight a few of my top plays from todays slate, and analysis as to why I am targeting them for my FanDuel and DraftKings lineups.



DeVante Jones (Michigan):  Dk 5.5k

Jones has been cleared to play in the Sweet 16, and well, Dk just dropped the ball on his price.  I see no reason why he doesn’t step right back into playing 33+ minutes.  He is one of the best mid-tier plays on the slate, and should easily cruise to 4x here with a 6x ceiling. Jones is going to be a core play for me today.

Andrew Nembhard (Gonzaga):  Dk 7.6k

Nice little decrease in price here.  This is going to be an up-tempo game that Nembhard should thrive in.  Nembhard has a solid 20% shot and usage rate and an elite 28% assist rate.  He is someone that you can consider in all formats today, and a solid price saver compared to the other two studs in Chet Holmgren and Drew Timme.

Kevin McCullar (Texas Tech):  Dk 5.4k

As long as Dk continues to price McCullar below 6k, he will be in consideration as a core play for me.  Especially considering they are going into a game vs. Duke who will look to push the pace.  McCullar has started and played 30+ minutes in two of his last three games, with the only game that he did not was because of a blowout.  McCullar is one of the most talented players on this roster.  He has posted really strong usage, shot and assist rates this year, all of which are north of 20%.  Texas Tech will need him in a big way if they want to knock off an elite team like Duke.



Fabian White Jr. (Houston):  Dk 6.2k

It is really hard to ignore the price that White comes in at tonight.  This is one of the lowest prices I can remember seeing him since really early in the season.  Yes, he played horrible in their last outing, but we have seen in the past what White is capable of.  We also just watched TCU smash Arizona inside and on the boards.  White is a really good rebounder, especially on the offensive end.  I can see him crushing Zona on the boards and picking up some easy baskets on put backs.  I really like White here, and think we are going to see a massive bounce back game from him.

Paolo Banchero (Duke):  DK 8.3k

I mentioned this in the last write up about Banchero, but he is playing like a man possessed right now.  He is taking on a true alpha like mentality and trying to put the entire Duke team on his back an carry them to a championship.  His rates during the tournament so far are phenomenal, the one most impressive to me is his rebound rate.  He is showing more willingness to crash the boards, especially on the offensive end, creating some easy opportunities for he and his teammates.  This is a tough matchup vs. a stingy Texas Tech team, but hard not to like arguably the best player in the tournament at a price below 9k.  Great floor play, with a massive ceiling!

Drew Timme (Gonzaga):  Dk 8k

Man, Timme has been playing on another level during this tournament, scoring 50+ dk points in two straight.  Like Banchero, he is taking on this alpha role and looking to carry his team to a title.  He has a crazy high shot rate over the last two games, and has been a monster on the boards.  Arkansas will struggle defending both he and Holmgren in the frontcourt, with most attention going to Holmgren, I think Timme smashes once again tonight.  Play him while he is this cheap, if they win, he will not be priced at 8k again.  It is TIMME TIME!!!


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