Pace is everything in NBA DFS. In my opinion, this is true for three reasons:

  1. Faster pace means more possessions, which mean more opportunity for fantasy production.
  2. Pace is more predictable than offensive efficiency, which is dependent on shooting variance.
  3. Certain players thrive in faster environments, leading to the holy grail of DFS — contrarian options whose true expectations are just as good or better than chalky option.

The goal here is to use our Game Environment projections to find GPP glory.

Today’s game environments

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The first column to look at is “Pace Dif.” This compares the projected pace of the game, “Game Pace,” to the team’s average pace from last season. All column definitions are posted on the Game Environments...

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