CBB Daily Plays: Thursday, February 11th
Check out who I like in Thursday’s games in each price range. It’s good to see some bigger tournament in the upcoming weeks for CBB, so try and get some Q’s into the tournaments.
Gray Payton (Oregon State): If Payton were playing at a big time program he would be a household name by now. He has triple-double upside in every game. Last game out, he had 7 steals. In the last meeting with Stanford, he finished with 22 points, 9 rebounds, and 6 assists.
Daniel Hamilton (UConn): Hamilton was in a big time slump, but it appears he has gotten out of it. Over the last two games, he is averaging 14 points, 15 rebounds, and 7 assists per game. He also has triple-double upside
Other I like: Yogi Ferrell, Michael Gbinije, Alex Hamilton
Peter Jok (Iowa): This is the perfect game for Jok a up and down game against a Indiana team that doesn’t like to play a lot of defense. He has made 26 three pointers over his last eight games. He is still way too cheap on DK.
Malachi Richardson (Florida State): Richardson doesn’t have huge upside, but he does have a solid floor. He has at least 20 FD points in nine out of his last ten games. He never comes off the court. Another plus for Richardson is the Orange is getting a bump up in pace by playing Florida State.
Other I like: Malik Beasley, Quenton DeCosey
Robert Johnson (Indiana): He has been playing his best basketball of the season the last couple of games. Over his last two games, he is averaging 12 points, 7 rebounds, and 2 assists per game. This game with Iowa is the highest projected total of the night.
Anthony Clemmons (Iowa): If you don’t want to take Jok, you could save money and take Clemmons. He has been very solid over the last couple of games. He is averaging 11 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists, and 3 steals over his last three games.
Other I like: Jeremy Major, Dayon Griffin
Dillon Brooks (Oregon): Brooks is coming off his best game of the season in a tough defensive team in Utah. He scored 30 points, had 9 assists, and brought down 6 rebounds. This is a somewhat tough matchup against Cal, but Brooks is matchup proof at this point.
Rosco Allen (Stanford): Allen has turned into the offensive leader for this Stanford team. Over his last four games, he is averaging 20 points and 7 rebounds per game. In the last meeting with Oregon State, he finished with 21 points and 8 rebounds.
Other I like: Jarrod Uthoff, Jaylen Brown, Chris Boucher
Ivan Rabb (California): Rabb has had a somewhat disappointing freshman season in terms of being a superstar, but he still has been pretty consistent. Over his last three games, he is averaging 12 points and 9 rebounds per game. In the last meeting with Oregon, he finished with 17 points and 8 rebounds.
Dwayne Bacon (Florida State): I really don’t like a lot of players in the mid-range at forward. One thing for sure is Bacon is a scorer; he has scored in double figures in all but a couple games this season. He might add a couple more rebounds this game against the Syracuse zone.
Other I like: Erik McCree, Elgin Cook, Tyler Roberson
Wesley Gordon (Colorado): This play depends if Josh Scott can’t play tonight for the Buffaloes. With Scott limited last game, Gordon played one of his best games of the season finishing with 13 points and 11 rebounds.
Obi Enechionyia (Temple): He has been very consistent over the last month or so. Over his last four games, he is averaging 15 points, 4 rebounds, and 2 blocks per game. He is still pretty cheap on DK.
Other I like: Boris Bojanovsky, Jett Raines