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SuperDraft is one of the hottest platforms in the market for DFS players. SuperDraft offers a unique twist on your traditional DFS experience with game modes like “Multiplier” and “Super 15.” This daily article will focus on daily value plays from SuperDraft’s exclusive multiplier game mode. By eliminating the traditional salary cap structure and providing a points multiplier for every player on the slate, there is almost limitless flexibility when building lineups on SuperDraft. You can load up on all the studs, but their point multipliers will be low. You can balance those plays out with some long shots that could score up to 2x their fantasy points to vault you to the top of the leaderboards.

With eight games on Tuesday’s slate, let’s get into some of the multiplier plays over on SuperDraft.


Spencer Dinwiddie, Washington Wizards (1.45x score multiplier)

The Wizards have added a few more players to their health and safety protocols since we last examined the roster for DFS purposes, including Aaron Holiday and Montrezl Harrell. With Bradley Beal looking to return from the protocols and currently listed questionable, we’ll run to Dinwiddie if Beal remains out at a very attractive multiplier. Dinwiddie has played five games this season without Beal and been very successful from a fantasy perspective, averaging 48.6 SuperDraft points over that sample. The matchup against the Heat could keep the field off Dinwiddie, but he’s a top priority for me if Beal does indeed sit one more game.

RJ Hampton, Orlando Magic (1.85x)

The Magic have been rolling out players during their recent COVID-19 outbreak that have left even some of the sharpest NBA DFS minds saying “Who?” That’s not the case with Hampton, who made his return to the Orlando rotation Sunday. Despite being 13-point home underdogs against the Bucks, I can’t overlook the value the second-year guard can provide us at his elevated multiplier. The 1, 2, and 3rd options remain out here, and with apologies to Gary Harris that leaves Hampton as the most talented active guard for the Magic. He recorded 14 points, five assists, two steals, a rebound and a block in his 32 minutes Sunday. As a player who has been just under a SuperDraft-point-per-minute asset in his 81 career games, he projects very well at his 1.85x multiplier with upside for an optimal performance in GPPs.


Joel Embiid, Philadelphia 76ers (1x)

The 76ers stud center is always in consideration, but this looks like an extra juicy matchup even at his floor multiplier. He just decimated the shorthanded Wizards to the tune of 64.25 SuperDraft points and has averaged 62.75 SuperDraft points over his last three games. Pascal Siakam and Khem Birch are questionable to come out of the health and safety protocols for the Raptors, and Embiid should still project very nicely against them.If they don’t make it back, Embiid will see a Toronto frontcourt consisting of Wilson, Boucher and Oturu. Even if we combined those three Megazord-style, they still wouldn’t have any hope of slowing down Joel. Embiid is a great play regardless but becomes my favorite floor multiplier play (over Giannis Antetokounmpo, LeBron James and even Nikola Jokic given Embiid’s forward eligibility) if the replacements get one more night to “shine” before the more familiar Raptors return.

Nathan Knight, Minnesota Timberwolves (1.75x)

There has been some confusion this morning about the status of the Timberwolves players in the health and safety protocols, and it’s a good bet to think that it should be ironed out by the mid-afternoon. My best guess is that Patrick Beverley returns, and the rest of the virus-riddled Wolves remain out against the Knicks. Even if some guys clear the protocols, they’ll likely need some reconditioning. Knight was my favorite play on Monday’s slate and did not disappoint, going for 46.25 SuperDraft points in his 29 minutes. His multiplier has come down a bit, but not nearly enough for us to get off him as a priority here. Keep your eye glued to your favorite news feed for any updates on the Minnesota COVID-19 situation, but as long as we get no frontcourt additions to the active roster before tip, Knight profiles as a top play once again on the second end of the back-to-back set for the Wolves.


Omer Yurtseven, Miami Heat (1.85x)

My Summer League friends, rejoice! Yurt season is here, and it will be glorious. For the uninitiated, Omer Yurtseven is a 23-year-old rookie who played for both NC State and Georgetown in his college career. Yurtseven boasts a very similar skillset and fantasy scoring prowess as his countryman and fellow rookie Alperen Sengun. He quietly got his first start for the Heat on Sunday in the lone matinee game of the slate and put together a massive 16-point, 15 rebound double-double against the Magic. He’ll face another very easy matchup as the Wizards come to town without Montrezl Harrell and projects as the highest-scoring center on the slate at the time of this writing. To make this play even more rosy, Udonis Haslem has now entered the health and safety protocols, leaving the rookie as the lone frontcourt player available for Miami. It takes a lot for a player to replace Nikola Jokic in the center spot of this article, just to illustrate how high I am on including Yurtseven in your SuperDraft lineups this evening.

Greg Monroe, Minnesota Timberwolves (2x)

In lieu of giving you another paragraph slobbering over Nikola Jokic, we’ll keep it to this one sentence saying he projects as a very good play at center and I have no issue getting to him as a priority. But if you want to get a little different (and let’s be honest, a little nostalgic as well), look no further than “Moose” Monroe. The former first-round pick is back in the NBA on a 10-day contract with Minnesota and played 25 minutes Monday night against the Celtics. He posted 38.25 SuperDraft points, not an uncommon fantasy point rate for him in a small sample size and he has always been a fantastic fantasy asset over his career (both in the NBA and EuroLeague). Like with Nathan Knight, we must watch for any frontcourt players being activated for the Wolves leading up to tipoff. But if they run out the same group of third string and replacement players again then I like getting to some Monroe if I’m running multiple lineups in the GPPs on SuperDraft.

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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