NBA Fantasy Points Scored Per Game 2020

Fantasy Basketball has blossomed into a large sport in the fantasy community, and more so on the daily fantasy sports side (DFS). NBA DFS projections are calculated using thousands of data points. This page leads you to the fantasy points scored per game on an individual player basis. Next to the current game projection, we showcase their recent stretch of games to see how they have been performing over the last 10 or 30 games. If you want to see across a full season, we have that too. You can flip between DraftKings and FanDuel scoring, where the NBA DFS product differs in scoring quite a bit. If you are looking to get this info into a CSV format, the button to download is on the upper right-hand side. You will also find the current day’s salary for DFS sites, as well as our own Lineups based rating for each player. Stay on top of the daily NBA starting lineups to ensure the players you draft are playing.

Fantasy Basketball has blossomed into a large sport in the fantasy community, and more so on the daily fantasy sports side (DFS). NBA DFS projections are calculated using thousands of data points. This page leads you to the fantasy points scored per game on an individual player basis. Next to the current game projection, we showcase their recent stretch of games to see how they have been performing over the last 10 or 30 games. If you want to see across a full season, we have that too. You can flip between DraftKings and FanDuel scoring, where the NBA DFS product differs in scoring quite a bit. If you are looking to get this info into a CSV format, the button to download is on the upper right-hand side. You will also find the current day’s salary for DFS sites, as well as our own Lineups based rating for each player. Stay on top of the daily NBA starting lineups to ensure the players you draft are playing.

Name Pos Rating Team FPPG FPPM 3/21 3/22 3/23 3/24 3/25 3/26 3/27 3/28 3/29 3/30
Oshae Brissett O. Brissett SF 69 TOR 1.3 0.2
Isaiah Roby I. Roby SF 73 OKC 0 0
Quinn Cook Q. Cook PG 72 LAL 1.6 0.5
Ante Zizic A. Zizic C 70 CLE 9.4 0.9
Alen Smailagic A. Smailagic PF 72 GS 10.6 1.3
Gabe Vincent G. Vincent PG 70 MIA 2.5 0.3
Semi Ojeleye S. Ojeleye PF 68 BOS 6 0.4
Steven Adams S. Adams C 81 OKC 28.6 1.1
Thanasis Antetokounmpo T. Antetokounmpo SF 68 MIL 0.5 0.1
Josh Gray J. Gray PG 68 NO 0 0
Anzejs Pasecniks A. Pasecniks C 76 WAS 10.2 1
Kevin Hervey K. Hervey PF 68 OKC 0 0
Antonius Cleveland A. Cleveland SG 64 DAL 2.1 0.6
Vic Law V. Law SF 69 ORL 2.1 1.5
Terence Davis T. Davis SG 79 TOR 20.5 1.4
Garrison Mathews G. Mathews SG 70 WAS 10.6 0.6
Tacko Fall T. Fall C 68 BOS 0 0
Jonathan Isaac J. Isaac PF 84 ORL 56.1 1.4
Kelan Martin K. Martin SF 67 MIN 11.3 0.9
Vlatko Cancar V. Cancar SF 68 DEN 2.1 0.4
Charlie Brown C. Brown SG 70 ATL 0.9 0.2
Brian Bowen B. Bowen SG 65 IND 3.7 0.7
Max Strus M. Strus SG 70 CHI 0 0
Norvel Pelle N. Pelle C 69 PHI 4 0.5
Gary Payton II G. P. II PG 76 WAS 3.1 0.5
Louis King L. King SF 69 DET 5 0.7
Adam Mokoka A. Mokoka SG 65 CHI 4.3 0.4
Josh Reaves J. Reaves SG 67 DAL 0 0
Matt Mooney M. Mooney SG 68 CLE 0 0
Zion Williamson Z. Williamson PF 85 NO 33 1
De'Aaron Fox D. Fox PG 83 SAC 34.1 1.1
Caleb Martin C. Martin SF 69 CHA 11.2 0.6
Matt Thomas M. Thomas SG 77 TOR 5.8 0.9
Marko Guduric M. Guduric SG 67 MEM 2.2 0.5
Trae Young T. Young PG 89 ATL 47 1.3
Vincent Poirier V. Poirier C 75 BOS 3.9 0.6
Javonte Green J. Green SF 70 BOS 9.8 0.7
Chris Silva C. Silva PF 74 MIA 3.2 0.8
Kenny Wooten K. Wooten PF 72 NY 0 0
Caris LeVert C. LeVert SF 79 BKN 33 1
Luka Doncic L. Doncic PG 94 DAL 38.4 1
Michael Porter Jr. M. Porter Jr. PF 81 DEN 23.2 1.5
Kyle Kuzma K. Kuzma PF 78 LAL 19.8 0.9
Chris Clemons C. Clemons SG 71 HOU 1.7 0.3
Jordan McLaughlin J. McLaughlin PG 76 MIN 19.7 0.9
Moses Brown M. Brown C 70 POR 0.1 0
Devontae Cacok D. Cacok PF 66 LAL 0 0
Carmelo Anthony C. Anthony PF 80 POR 28.9 0.9
Paul Watson P. Watson SF 66 TOR 0 0
Josh Jackson J. Jackson SF 74 MEM 26.9 1.3

What is FPPM and FPPG?

Fantasy points are generated through scoring, assists, rebounds, turnovers, and defensive stats. Depending on the site scoring, these can equal up to different amounts. Minutes are very important to basketball, because if a player is playing 30+ minutes, that means they are in a good spot to generate fantasy points. FPPM means fantasy points per minute. It is simply the overall outcome in fantasy points divided by the minutes played within a game or on a seasonal aspect. LeBron James is one of the best FPPM players, and when he averages 1.6 FPPM and also plays 35 minutes a night, he is averaging 56 fantasy points per game based on those numbers. This leads us to seeing fantasy points per game (FPPG).

Using Previous History To Predict The Future

Things can get a little blurry when using historical outcomes to project future ones. At first we want to see larger sample sizes, because those tend to be less noisy and show more consistency when it comes to projecting. A player with a smaller sample size can have a number of reasons for why this production has improved or decreased. For example, if a bench player all of a sudden produces over the span of a week, there as to be a reason for why. He might be filling in for injury, or has earned himself a place in the starting lineup. It is crucial to know the reasons behind the production, because if that player comes back from injury, all of a sudden that production can’t be relied upon anymore. It is a helpful way to look at things, but it is just a small piece of the puzzle when it comes to projecting players.

How To Use FPPM In Fantasy

Fantasy points per minute is a good measure for fantasy production, although there are some disclaimers. Consistent starters have a more sound FPPM to base their production off of. Bench guys do not. If Fred VanVleet generates 1.25 FPPM off the bench, that doesn’t mean he will generate the same if he gets into the starting lineup. Usage changes when a player is off the bench and around other starts. You might see his FPPM dip in the starting lineup because he is playing alongside players with higher usages. If a rookie is posting a 1.10 FPPM and minutes are growing, this is a positive sign for his overall fantasy output.