Jock MKT IPO NBA Sleepers: D'Angelo Russell, Russell Westbrook & More!
Jock MKT is a free market-based DFS app in which you can buy and sell shares of players in real-time. They also offer prop picks to their players. We are going to give you some of the best players to invest in for tonight’s NBA slate focused on sleeper options who will make for a wise investment. We will also go over last week’s picks and see how we did.
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NBA Market Sleepers Recap
Dorian Finney-Smith, Brooklyn Nets
DFS outperformed his $1.13 price tag over the last three games. On March 3 against the Celtics, he went off for 17 points, nine rebounds, three assists, two blocks, and just one turnover. His numbers would have been even better if he wasn’t limited to just 19 minutes on March 1 against the Knicks. Over the past two games, he’s averaged 35.5 minutes per game.
What to do: HOLD
James Wiseman, Detroit Pistons
Wiseman continued to hold his own in the rebounding department and improved with assists and blocks. Unfortunately, he took a step back when it came to scoring and turned the ball over more. He averaged just 7.3 points per game and 3.7 turnovers. His 25 rebounds, three assists, and five blocks helped make this close to an even break, but the falloff in points hurt.
What to do: SELL
Malik Beasley, Los Angeles Lakers
Beasley had a solid week. He didn’t have the explosion game we hoped for, but he also didn’t have the down game. The absence of LeBron and D-Lo has brought consistency to his game. However, with D-Lo looking like he could be back as soon as tonight it may be time to sell here. Last week Beasley scored double-digits in every game and averaged a surprising 5.7 rebounds per game, which is more than two rebounds per game above his average. This was a win, but we’re now moving on.
What to do: SELL
Dennis Smith, Charlotte Hornets
Smith made a significant jump this week as we predicted due to the absence of LaMelo Ball. His averages were up across the board. He averages 11 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 6.0 assists per game compared to his season averages of 8.7 points, 2.8 rebounds, and 4.5 assists. There has been consistent production, and Melo isn’t coming back. This has been a sound investment, and there is no reason to think he can’t keep this up. His stock has not peaked.
What to do: HOLD
Josh Hart, New York Knicks
Hart was our biggest disappointment. Things just aren’t panning out for him in New York despite him now playing big minutes as we predicted. He played 40 minutes last game and did manage to get 10 points and eight rebounds to salvage the week. Still, he was bad and it’s time to cut losses. 6.3 points, 6.3 rebounds, and 3.3 assists per game just isn’t going to cut it.
What to do: SELL
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NBA Market Place Replacements
We have three sleepers to replace this week, and this is whom we’re looking at:
D’Angelo Russell, Los Angeles Lakers $1.02
D-Lo was upgraded to questionable on Sunday for tonight’s game. We are rolling the dice and investing in him now. You will never get him at this low price once he is confirmed back on the court and playing full minutes. With LeBron out and AD not playing back-to-backs, Russell will get plenty of opportunities. We expect him to be a primary weapon and he should thrive. Especially over the next few weeks while Bron is sidelined. This is a risk we are willing to take because the reward is so high.
Russell Westbrook, Los Angeles Clippers $1.37
Things have not gone as planned for Westbrook or the Clippers since adding Westbrook. The team is just 1-5 and he has been underperforming. His price has plummeted as he has struggled mightily in March in two of his three games. In two of his games, last week combined he totaled 17 points, five rebounds, 12 assists, no blocks, one steal, and eight turnovers. However, he is still playing over 32 minutes per game and in that third game, he went off for 27 points, two rebounds, 10 assists, two blocks, one steal, and five turnovers. We are willing to invest here and hope for a big spike. He has been bouncing back and piling up stats for years. He’s well worth the risk.
Donte DiVincenzo, Golden State Warriors $1.06
DiVincenzo is coming off a bad week that has driven down his stock price after a great week the week before. However, he is still playing big minutes. The reason he has been playing over well 30 minutes per game is because Andrew Wiggins has now missed nine straight games for personal reasons and has no timeline for a return. We are willing to take the risk here and hope he gets back to the form of two weeks ago when he scored 57 points in three games. This could backfire if Wiggins suddenly pops back up, but nothing seems imminent. We will continue to go with high-upside investments this week.
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