For those of you who aren’t aware, FantasyLabs has an NBA On/Off tool for NBA DFS.
The FantasyLabs NBA On/Off tool is an excellent resource for NBA DFS players looking to gain an edge in their games on DraftKings and FanDuel. By analyzing the On/Off splits of players, you can identify those who have a significant impact on their team’s performance and may be valuable picks for your DFS lineup.
To use the tool for DFS, start by selecting the team and player you want to analyze. For example, if you’re considering adding Anthony Davis to your lineup since LeBron James is out, you can see how Davis has played with James out of the lineup.
Is there a late scratch, and you’re not sure who will be impacted? Quickly head to the On/Off tool and see who has been the best with certain guys on or off the court.
However, we’ve also added a new Game Flow toggle inside the On/Off tool.
How to Use the New Game Flow Option
Game Flow is a great tool to use in your DFS process when it comes to analyzing minutes and rotations from game to game.
For example, did you notice a player’s minutes in a previous game might have been higher or lower than what we normally would expect? Check the Game Flow.
Did Jaren Jackson get pulled early in his first-quarter rotation due to picking up two quick fouls? Well, you can see how many fouls a player racked up in a specific rotation by clicking the corresponding bar on Game Flow.
Did Trae Young play 27 minutes instead of 36 minutes? You can go right to Game Flow to see if he played his regular fourth-quarter rotation.
If the ‘Score Differential’ section shows the Hawks were up by 25+ points the entire fourth quarter, and Young didn’t play a single fourth-quarter minute, then it would be safe to presume that he was a victim of garbage time.
One underrated aspect of using this tool is seeing who subs in for who. That is a sneaky way to see which players might correlate negatively when it comes to your DFS lineups.
For example, this season, there was a recent stretch for the Utah Jazz after they traded Mike Conley, in which they also had Collin Sexton and Jordan Clarkson out injured. You could use Game Flow to see exactly how often Utah used two point guards at the same time (Talen Horton-Tucker and Kris Dunn).
The NBA On/Off tool and Game Flow tool are both free to users. Feel free to hop in and explore what it has to offer.
Also, don’t forget to check out our NBA Player Models — where our NBA DFS projections are housed. You’ll also find our Trends tool, Vegas Dashboard, and so much more — like our Lineup Optimizer to effortlessly create up to 300 lineups, or use our Lineup Builder if you like to hand-build your teams.
And let’s not forget our newest feature — our simulations table for PrizePicks and Underdog Fantasy.