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  • MachoUno

    Shouldn’t 301 600 have been paid? Link I saw said top 600 got paid, 301 600 gets $200

  • Stewburtx8

    • 2012 FanDuel WFBC Finalist

    @cushicle said...

    The problem is now with the Estelas having a ton of entries and only 50 making the next round there is going to be a lot lower incentive for large trains, so there should be a much higher percentage of unique lineups to contend with this go around.

    That being said, with a Thursday Friday slate I think I’m going to backloading my lineup primarily for Friday night. At least then I can sweat the whole time and the UNC/IU game should be DFS gold.

    It will be interesting how they play it with 62/300 entries between them. My guess is they will run more lineups but still have some 5-10 team trains. But who knows. Maybe they just want to dominate the contest and try to take all 50 spots in the final. I think CBassXU last year had like 14 of the final 15 entries or something like that.

    I think it’s a pretty good slate. I started building a few lineups and think there are a bunch of different ways to go. Pricing is tight but I think there are still several solid “cheaper” plays.

  • MachoUno

    Man im tthinking its gonna take 250 to advance in madness… Could survive one bad play but i had 2

  • Stewburtx8

    • 2012 FanDuel WFBC Finalist

    @MachoUno said...

    Man im tthinking its gonna take 250 to advance in madness… Could survive one bad play but i had 2

    Yeah, scores will definitely be higher than my original projection with chalk plays like Bell and Kennard both going for 30+ and several other guys breaking 30 last night (Brooks, Lucas, Woodard, Tyler Davis, Ellis, Jenkins, Arcidiacono, etc).

  • Montgocm

    Sitting at 138 with 4 guys in play, but not liking my chances. Really hard to advance not having Bell in your lineup.

  • smadog

    • 2013 FanDuel WFBC Finalist

    • 2013 FanDuel WFBBC Finalist

    I have 153 with 4 left (Brice, Vasturia, Matt Thomas, Dranginis)

  • Montgocm

    I went much more balanced with Ingram as my only big spend. Have Berry, Perrantes, V. Brown, and J. Jackson going tonight. All guys capable of hitting 25 FP, but I think I’d rather have one of the big names tonight with a value option like Vasturia.

  • MachoUno

    I’ve got 120 with Brice, Gill, Nigel Hayes and Vasturia. I think I need 135 combined…. longshot.

  • cushicle

    Last minute before locks last night I pivoted from Lucas/Sabonis to Ingram/Jones since i figured Sabonis and Ingram had the same ceiling and floor but Jones had more upside. Of course Jones biffs on half a dozen layups/putbacks/freethrows and Lucas has a better game. Have 125 with 5 still to play so figure I should be around 250, but honestly don’t know if that’ll get me into top 50, going to be some really high scores tonight I think.

  • rjgboom

    @MachoUno said...

    Man im tthinking its gonna take 250 to advance in madness… Could survive one bad play but i had 2

    There are so many good LUs in there with 4-6 guys who all put up 25-40 points. I guess the good news is that some trains out there that look like longshots to put up great scores.

  • Stewburtx8

    • 2012 FanDuel WFBC Finalist

    Like the rest of you, I got no clue what score it will take to advance. I got the following 4 teams:

    163 with Brice, Hicks, Demetrius Jackson, Perrantes
    144 with Brice, Wiltjer, J.Jackson, Hicks
    142 with J.Jackson, Anunoby, Paige, Perrantes
    110 with Sabonis, Beachem, V.Brown, Brogdon, Berry

    One team with no shot not listed that used Newton and M.Jones. I think the first team has a shot but no clue on the rest.

  • rjgboom

    Vasturia has 58.7% ownership, so him putting up something like 5 points could move the cut line down a bit.

    Anybody want to tell me what Brice’s ownership is? My only lineup is Brice-less.

  • MachoUno

    The more I see what some people have I’m thinking it’s going to take 265. What’s the ownership on sabonis?

  • rjgboom

    @Stewburtx8 said...

    Like the rest of you, I got no clue what score it will take to advance. I got the following 4 teams:

    163 with Brice, Hicks, Demetrius Jackson, Perrantes
    144 with Brice, Wiltjer, J.Jackson, Hicks
    142 with J.Jackson, Anunoby, Paige, Perrantes
    110 with Sabonis, Beachem, V.Brown, Brogdon, Berry

    One team with no shot not listed that used Newton and M.Jones. I think the first team has a shot but no clue on the rest.

    I’m jealous of your first team.

    Mine is right behind you, but no Brice unfortunately.

    162 with Hayes, Berry, Vasturia, and Richardson

    Wish I could remember why I used Richardson over Kennard…

  • Stewburtx8

    • 2012 FanDuel WFBC Finalist

    @rjgboom said...

    Vasturia has 58.7% ownership, so him putting up something like 5 points could move the cut line down a bit.

    Anybody want to tell me what Brice’s ownership is? My only lineup is Brice-less.

    Vasturia is THAT high? Surprising. I didn’t really look at him.

    Brice is also 58%.

  • cushicle

    Brice is at 58.9 – if he puts up a dud its going to kill a ton of lineups…. but somehow that seems unlikely. I paired him with Paige and Berry since i knew those 3 would be on the court the most and mostly at the same time for more assist/score opportunities. Suprisingly relatively low owned. Going to need 90 out of my UNC crew to have a shot to advance, certainly doable.

  • Stewburtx8

    • 2012 FanDuel WFBC Finalist

    @rjgboom said...

    Wish I could remember why I used Richardson over Kennard…

    I do that a lot. Go back and look at my lineups and wonder why I did that. Such as Anunoby over Bell in that one lineup. I used Bell on 4 of 5, what was the point of backing off him on 1 lineup? I’d rather be sitting around 175 with Jackson, Paige, Perrantes right now. I’d at least think that team has a shot to get there.

  • tdl5730

    I’m hoping 250 will be enough but probably not. I have 2 lineups with a shot at 250+.
    162 with Brice, paige, and Richardson.
    136 with sabonis, hicks, Brogdon, Richardson.
    Probably have a better chance with the 2nd one. Especially if Brice struggles (58.9%) and sabonis does well (7.6%)

  • Stewburtx8

    • 2012 FanDuel WFBC Finalist

    Well good luck to everyone. Should be a fun night regardless.

  • Razzle11

    @Stewburtx8 said...

    Well good luck to everyone. Should be a fun night regardless.

    I am not sure Fun is the word that is going through my mind at the moment! lol

  • Dpert002

    I couldn’t believe bell was 74% owned! That killed me. I was burned by him so much in the regular season I didn’t even look at him. Oh well. Good luck guys.

  • MachoUno

    You know it’s really killing me, I’m from New York so if I don’t Advance tonight is the last day I can play FanDuel

  • Stewburtx8

    • 2012 FanDuel WFBC Finalist

    Well I got 3 through to the final 52. More than I was hoping for. Looks like the Estelas got a combined 20 yet. Good luck to those still playing!

  • Scott121422

    Knows the College Sportz

    • Blogger of the Month

    Can someone post the link to the finals? Thanks

  • Stewburtx8

    • 2012 FanDuel WFBC Finalist

    https://www.fanduel.com/games/15104/contests/15104-23523818/entries/449373048/scoring

  • hendry

    @Stewburtx8 said...

    https://www.fanduel.com/games/15104/contests/15104-23523818/entries/449373048/scoring

    rootin for u stew!

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