Bad news for Bucks in NBA daily fantasy Monday – ESPN

The Milwaukee Bucks have several players capable of producing big box scores, but maybe not Monday night. 

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Which players should you build around and which players should you fade in DFS as we tip off Monday’s NBA action? Our experts have the answers.

Today’s panel includes ESPN Fantasy’s Eric Karabell, Kyle Soppe, plus DFS expert Renee Miller.

Players to build around

Eric Karabell — Mike James, Phoenix Suns

His minutes were down last game because he came off the bench, and there’s no official word if that will continue, but James managed to continue his recent theme of shooting well, and he is clearly better than Tyler Ulis. Oh, and while Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball is coming off a triple-double, his defensive work remains a large problem. James remains cost-effective and many points will be scored in this Suns-Lakers game.

Which players offer the most DFS upside and best values on Monday’s slate of NBA action? We have them all for you right here.

To build winning NBA DFS lineups, you’ll need to construct a well-rounded roster. Our expert provides key strategies on how to fill out each roster spot to give you the best chances for success.

Whether it’s researching minutes per game, usage rate or pace, building a winning lineup in NBA DFS comes down to these 11 easy steps to take into consideration when constructing your roster.

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Renee Miller — Klay Thompson, Golden State Warriors

Stephen Curry is a game-time decision tonight, but even if Curry suits up, I love Thompson tonight. This game should be fast-paced, and both teams rank near the top in offensive efficiency (Golden State is No. 1). Orlando is hurting in the backcourt and ranks as a top-10 fantasy

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