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With the NBA back, every week I’ll be offering up my DFS picks on SuperDraft, and following that up the next day with a look back on how I did and what we can learn from the picks.

In this article, I’ll be recapping what happened Wednesday night and reviewing how the picks and plays did. Let’s get into it.

Lebron James

Our first pick was LeBron James, who had a solid night, but being just over 55 was not enough to necessarily wow us at just a 1x multiplier. He likely wasn’t the reason you lost, but on the other hand, he probably wasn’t the key behind any big wins either.

Spencer Dinwiddie

Dinwiddie was also quite average, scoring 44.8 SuperDraft points, I expected much more out of him with Bradley Beal sidelined, but a poor shooting night and just 6 combined rebounds and assists held him back from a strong showing.

Lonnie Walker

The final pick was Lonnie Walker, I wrote him up with the belief that both Keldon Johnson and Devin Vassell would remain out, and they ended up playing after clearing protocols mid-day, so hopefully, you were able to adjust to the news there and get him out of lineups.

Here was the winning lineup from Wednesday:

After two really strong weeks in a row, this one was a big letdown, there was tons of mid-day news that changed, things including Lonnie Walker’s viability, but one name that I regret not writing up was Dejounte Murray — he was in a fantastic spot and absolutely crushed with 80-plus points.

This article expresses the personal views of the writer and does not reflect the view(s) of SuperDraft in any way.

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