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FanDuel Daily Fantasy Basketball Helper: Sunday 12/27/20

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DeRozan is now averaging 27.5 points, 8.5 assists, and 7.0 rebounds a game this year, and the most impressive thing about DeRozan's additional usage, which now sits at 25.9% thus far, is that half the sample came against the Toronto Raptors. Bledsoe has had plenty of opportunity to score fantasy points thus far, as he is averaging a healthy 33.5 minutes per game and 11.0 shots per contest. Okoro is averaging 33 regulation minutes per game thus far (and did play all 10 in overtime on Saturday against the Detroit Pistons), and while he is a definitive fifth option amongst Cavaliers' starters, he is inside a much more efficient offense than expected to begin the new year. Amongst several NBA stars who fit that description, Sabonis is right there with the best, as he averaged 1.20 FanDuel points per minute last season and is right on that mark to begin his 2020-21 campaign. Indiana draws a tough Celtics matchup on Sunday, which likely reduces the risk of a blowout, but the Pacers will need their top producing big man to beat Boston, and Sabonis will look to eclipse 50 FanDuel points in his third straight game. Randle has been exactly that for the New York Knicks so far and is averaging 1.11 FanDuel points per minute after barely missing a triple-double on Wednesday as well as leading the team with 25 points on Saturday. This salary is too low for Vucevic, who now sports a rate of 1.35 FanDuel points per minute in two games thus far after averaging 1.30 FanDuel points per minute last season.

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