LA Clippers Daily Fantasy Value, Betting Report – Feb 19: DeAndre Jordan

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Mary Montgomery
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 LA Clippers Daily Fantasy Value, Betting Report – Feb 19: DeAndre Jordan

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The Clippers have struggled of late, winning just half of their last ten games.  They have only covered in three of those.

LA will play four tough teams in their next five with the Kings being the only team under .500 that the Clippers will face.  Los Angeles will play San Antonio, Sacramento and Memphis at home followed by two road games against Houston and Memphis again.

Blake Griffin will be out for a few weeks so expect Chris Paul to pick up a few extra minutes as a result.

Here are your projected salaries and target fantasy points to make value (vary between sites):

DeAndre Jordan (C) $7.5K – 30 fantasy points

Matt Barnes (SF) $3.9K – 24 fantasy points

Chris Paul (PG) $9.2K – 37 fantasy points

Spencer Hawes (PF) $3K – 18 fantasy points

J.J. Redick (SG) $3.6K – 22 fantasy points

DeAndre Jordan – He has been on fire.  He scored 24 points and added on 20 rebounds and 2 assists against Houston.  Prior to that he finished with 22 points and 27 rebounds against Dallas.

He’ll be facing the Rockets again over the next five game stretch and center Dwight Howard will be out again.  Against San Antonio he made over value. 

Versus Memphis (for whom he will face twice) and Sacramento, Jordan failed to come even close to making value.

San Antonio – Go/Neutral

Sacramento – Hold

Memphis – Hold

Houston – Strong Go

Memphis – Hold   

J.J. Redick – He will face a Sacramento Kings team that is dead last against shooting guards.  With his price so deflated, Redick pretty much made value against the Kings the last time he faced them.

San Antonio – Hold

Sacramento – Go

Memphis – Hold

Houston – Hold

Memphis – Hold   

Chris Paul – He will get more minutes with Blake Griffin out but his price is still a little too high and he failed to make value versus three of the next four teams he will face.  Paul did make value against Memphis, a team he will face twice.  In the end, he’s not really worth playing in your roster against any of these teams.

- Mary Montgomery,

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