CBB DFS Slate Breakdown: January 13th

Last night went about as poorly as possible – nearly every pivot from the players I liked went nuts and UNC was able to take out Syracuse by dominating them inside, something I thought the zone would mitigate. Sometimes things like that happen and you must move forward. We go into tonight’s slate fresh.

N.C. State (70), Tempo: 71

Two straight poor performances from the Wolfpack should bring in some changes, which I would imagine means that D.J. Funderburk ($7,200) could get a start. The problem with Funderburk is that he is now expensive, and even if he does start, he is not guaranteed 30 minutes, which is what he needs to hit value in this one. NC State is deep, and the only guy who is guaranteed as many minutes as he can handle is Devon Daniels ($7,900) who struggled with foul trouble and efficiency against Miami which was kind of surprising.

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