College Basketball DFS Advice, 11/18



Jhivvan Jackson (DK: 8,100, FD: N/A)
Jhivvan Jackson is averaging 25.8 points, 6.8 rebounds and 1.5 assists so far this season. UTSA has played four games, and Jackson has scored more than 30 DraftKings points in every contest. Jackson is just the sixth most expensive player on Monday’s slate, making him an auto-play.  


Justin Bean (DK: 8,200, FD: N/A)
Justin Bean isn’t a flashy player or big-time scorer, but his consistency is what you need in DFS. Bean is averaging 14.3 points, 11.0 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game. Bean hasn’t scored fewer than 32 DraftKings points all season. His presence as a rebounder gives him as safe a floor as anybody on the slate.  



Zigmars Raimo (DK: 5,300, FD: N/A)
Raimo isn’t averaging double-figures in any category, but he’s an asset for DFS with his production across the stat sheet. He’s only averaging 8.8 points, but has added 7.3 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 1.5 steals per game. Raimo was three assists away from a triple-double in his last outing. At just 5,300, he’s a steal on DraftKings.   


Tyrese Maxey (DK: 6,800, FD: N/A)
Tyrese Maxey has been a stud most of the season, but his DK salary has dropped below 7,000 making him a bargain on Monday. Following Kentucky’s loss to Evansville, you can bet the Wildcats will come out motivated against Utah Valley. Maxey has been Kentucky’s best player all season and should have a big game.



Nate Sestina (DK: 7,300, FD: N/A)
Sestina is not a bad player or anything, but DraftKings continue to price him as if he’s Kentucky’s best player which just isn’t the case. Sestina has just one game with more than 20 DraftKings points this season and is third on the Wildcats in DK scoring. If you want Kentucky players in your lineup, cheaper options like Maxey, Immanuel Quickley or Nick Richards are better choices.