NBA Fantasy Points Scored Per Game 2019

Fantasy Basketball has blossomed into a large sport in the fantasy community, and more so on the daily fantasy sports side (DFS). 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.

Name Pos Rating
Damian Jones D. Jones C
69
Josh Jackson J. Jackson SF
78
Junior Robinson J. Robinson
67
Vladimir Brodziansky V. Brodziansky
67
Arnoldas Kulboka A. Kulboka
67
Tyler Nelson T. Nelson
67
Isaiah Wilkins I. Wilkins
67
Kelly Olynyk K. Olynyk C
76
Jake Layman J. Layman SF
69
Anthony Tolliver A. Tolliver PF
74
Robert Covington R. Covington SF
80
Richaun Holmes R. Holmes PF
75
Jonathan Gibson J. Gibson PG
Kelan Martin K. Martin
67
Zach Leday Z. Leday
67
Harrison Barnes H. Barnes SF
79
Tyler Johnson T. Johnson SG
76
Scottie Lindsey S. Lindsey
67
James Demery J. Demery
67
Alessandro Gentile A. Gentile
67
Andre Roberson A. Roberson SG
74
Yante Maten Y. Maten PF
67
Giannis Antetokounmpo G. Antetokounmpo PF
95
Andrew Wiggins A. Wiggins SF
81
Jaylen Brown J. Brown SG
84
Damian Lillard D. Lillard PG
89
Zach Collins Z. Collins C
69
John Wall J. Wall PG
88
Amile Jefferson A. Jefferson PF
66
Pascal Siakam P. Siakam PF
76
Jaylen Adams J. Adams PG
69
Garrett Temple G. Temple SG
74
T.J. Warren T. Warren SF
81
Malcolm Brogdon M. Brogdon PG
79
D.J. Wilson D. Wilson PF
69
Draymond Green D. Green PF
86
Phil Greene P. Greene
67
Kent Bazemore K. Bazemore SG
78
Sindarius Thornwell S. Thornwell SG
71
Justin Tillman J. Tillman
67
Tra Holder T. Holder
67
Jordan Stevens J. Stevens
67
Chris Cokley C. Cokley
67
Thomas Welsh T. Welsh C
66
Moritz Wagner M. Wagner PF
72
Dennis Smith Jr. D. S. Jr. PG
77
Jamal Murray J. Murray PG
80
Michael Carter-Williams M. Carter-Williams PG
68
Raymond Felton R. Felton PG
74
Demetre Rivers D. Rivers
67
Name Pos Rating Game Salary Projection 6/16 6/17 6/18 6/19 6/20 6/21 6/22 6/23 6/24 6/25 FPPG FPPM
Damian Jones D. Jones C 69 1.5 0.9
Josh Jackson J. Jackson SF 78 32.4 1
Junior Robinson J. Robinson 67 0 0
Vladimir Brodziansky V. Brodziansky 67 0 0
Arnoldas Kulboka A. Kulboka 67 0 0
Tyler Nelson T. Nelson 67 0 0
Isaiah Wilkins I. Wilkins 67 0 0
Kelly Olynyk K. Olynyk C 76 19.9 0.8
Jake Layman J. Layman SF 69 0.7 0.2
Anthony Tolliver A. Tolliver PF 74 13.7 0.7
Robert Covington R. Covington SF 80 0 0
Richaun Holmes R. Holmes PF 75 24.4 1.1
Jonathan Gibson J. Gibson PG 0 0
Kelan Martin K. Martin 67 0 0
Zach Leday Z. Leday 67 0 0
Harrison Barnes H. Barnes SF 79 19.6 0.6
Tyler Johnson T. Johnson SG 76 0 0
Scottie Lindsey S. Lindsey 67 0 0
James Demery J. Demery 67 0 0
Alessandro Gentile A. Gentile 67 0 0
Andre Roberson A. Roberson SG 74 0 0
Yante Maten Y. Maten PF 67 4.3 0.7
Giannis Antetokounmpo G. Antetokounmpo PF 95 56.9 1.6
Andrew Wiggins A. Wiggins SF 81 34.1 1
Jaylen Brown J. Brown SG 84 23.9 0.8
Damian Lillard D. Lillard PG 89 40.8 1
Zach Collins Z. Collins C 69 19.6 1.1
John Wall J. Wall PG 88 0 0
Amile Jefferson A. Jefferson PF 66 9.5 1.3
Pascal Siakam P. Siakam PF 76 32.4 0.9
Jaylen Adams J. Adams PG 69 12 0.8
Garrett Temple G. Temple SG 74 9.7 0.7
T.J. Warren T. Warren SF 81 0 0
Malcolm Brogdon M. Brogdon PG 79 25.1 0.9
D.J. Wilson D. Wilson PF 69 3.4 0.9
Draymond Green D. Green PF 86 46.3 1.2
Phil Greene P. Greene 67 0 0
Kent Bazemore K. Bazemore SG 78 16.3 0.9
Sindarius Thornwell S. Thornwell SG 71 3.5 0.8
Justin Tillman J. Tillman 67 0 0
Tra Holder T. Holder 67 0 0
Jordan Stevens J. Stevens 67 0 0
Chris Cokley C. Cokley 67 0 0
Thomas Welsh T. Welsh C 66 0 0
Moritz Wagner M. Wagner PF 72 13.4 0.8
Dennis Smith Jr. D. S. Jr. PG 77 21.9 0.9
Jamal Murray J. Murray PG 80 38.5 1
Michael Carter-Williams M. Carter-Williams PG 68 20.2 1
Raymond Felton R. Felton PG 74 8.8 0.7
Demetre Rivers D. Rivers 67 0 0

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.