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NBA DFS Picks: Top DraftKings, FanDuel Value Plays for Tuesday (10/25)

Jason Radowitz has found the value for Tuesday's 10/25 NBA DFS picks. Come find out who he's taking with today's NBA DFS on DraftKings and FanDuel.
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NBA DFS Picks: Top DraftKings, FanDuel Value Plays for Tuesday (10/25)

There are only four games on the NBA schedule tonight. Two of those four will be featured on TNT's Tuesday doubleheader. With smaller slates, you will want a couple of players with significant upside that other competitors are forgetting.

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Here are the top DFS value plays and picks for DraftKings and FanDuel for October 25.

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Point Guards

Jose Alvarado

  • Draftkings: $4,200
  • FanDuel: $3,700

Alvarado scored 19.6 fantasy points on Sunday against the Utah Jazz. He scored seven points, assisted on four baskets, and brought down three rebounds in 24 minutes. Those 24 minutes were the most he's seen this season. With multiple injuries to the Pelicans, he'll likely see about 24 minutes again tonight. I'd highly suggest adding him to your DFS lineup at his price.

Tre Mann

  • DraftKings: $5,500
  • FanDuel: 4,800

Mann can also play shooting guard in DraftKings formats. He scored at least 19.1 fantasy points in his first three games with the Thunder. Mann is getting around 25 minutes a night and taking about 11 shots per game. He's also filling up the box score with assists and rebounds to go along with at least 10 points per game. He's a solid option if you're looking for consistency, especially with Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Josh Giddey out.

Shooting Guards

Luke Kennard

  • FanDuel: $4,200
  • DraftKings: $3,600

I'm not giving up on Kennard. He had a bad game against the Suns on Sunday, but in the two games prior, he compiled at least 12 fantasy points via FanDuel. He's a cheap option who is usually a reliable shooter. He only took one attempt from three in his last game but look for that to change heading into tonight's game against the Thunder. Kennard will be excellent, especially with Paul George and Marcus Morris out. Plus, Kawhi Leonard and John wall are on a minute limit.

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Andrew Wiggins

  • DraftKings: $7,100
  • FanDuel: $7,800

Wiggins isn't cheap. But there's still value. He's added 46.5 FanDuel fantasy points or more in his last two contests. He's putting up superstar numbers at a premium price. Wiggins played over 30 minutes in each of the last two games and took at least 17 shots in both of those games. He's also usually active on the glass and will throw in an assist here and there, along with a steal.

Ousmane Dieng

  • DraftKings: $4,200
  • FanDuel: $3,800

Dieng was given an opportunity on Sunday and played 23 minutes while adding five points, three assists, six rebounds, one steal, and two blocks. He'll likely get over 20 minutes in tonight's game and could fill up the box score again by doing all the little things.

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Nicholas Batum

  • DraftKings: $3,200
  • FanDuel: $3,600

Batum has scored seven or fewer fantasy points in two of three games. But he should get 20+ minutes tonight with Morris and George out of the game. In the game where he played 28 minutes, he added 25.5 fantasy points on FanDuel. That's more like it.


Isaiah Stewart

  • DraftKings: $5,300
  • FanDuel: $6,000

Stewart is developing this season. He's reached at least 26.5 fantasy points in every game this season. He's also earned at least 29 minutes in every game and has taken at least nine shots in his last two games. Stewart is getting to the line at a solid pace. He's also dominated the glass, earning 26 rebounds combined in his last two games. Fantasy players love consistency. He's been just that.

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Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.


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