This heat map is intended to help you decide which games may be best for selecting players for your daily fantasy lineup. Narrowing down which games to target in daily fantasy basketball is no small task.
You will still need to implement your own strategies while filling out your lineups. It won't tell you which players to use from each game, as each of your thought processes will differ here, but it can help you know which teams are ripe for the picking.
O/U is the total expected points scored by both teams according to Vegas. The higher the number, the more scoring we expect to see.
Spread is the expected winning margin for the favored team. A negative number means that team is favored, while a positive number means the team is an underdog.
Implied Total is the expected points scored for each individual team, based on the spread and over/under.
Offense is the adjusted offensive rating percentile for each team. This can be used to show if a team is more or less efficient on offense.
Opponent Defense is the adjusted defensive rating percentile for the opponent. The higher the percentile, the better the team is defensively. This can be used to show if a team is more or less efficient on defense.
Pace shows how fast a team players in percentile form. The faster/more possessions, the higher the percentile will be. Teams that have a high pace tend to score more points, which is good for daily fantasy.
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