NBA announces schedules for its 75th anniversary regular season starting from October 19, 2021 and concluding on April 10, 2022. With this, fantasy players have also been scheduled in the game mode to play and win big in daily fantasy basketball. With 82 games per team in the 2021-22 regular season, there are plenty of opportunities for every fantasy player to make winning NBA daily lineups during the season.
There are many DFS sites out there where you can play daily fantasy basketball in different modes as per your likes and skills. SuperDraft is different from other DFS sites where you can monetize your basketball knowledge in different game formats. including standard, champion, and Super 15. Each format has its own challenges and fun that you can learn easily to win big.
Standard mode with Multiplier
On SueprDraft, there is no salary cap format with dollar figures. Instead, you will have multipliers for every player. A multiplier value represents a handicap. It means, a more talented player is assigned with a lower multiplier and a less established player is assigned with a higher multiplier. Multipliers make the fantasy game more interesting with your standard NBA daily lineups.
Fantasy points against each player are multiplied by his multiplier value during the game to calculate the total fantasy points accrued. For example, if a player with a 1.5X multiplier scores 50 points, he would actually receive 50 * 1.5X = 75 fantasy points. So, if a less established player in your fantasy team scores more points, the probability of you winning the game increases.
In multiplier format on SuperDraft, you can draft 7 players in your NBA daily lineups in the following format:
- 3 guards
- 3 forwards
- 1 center
There are no limitations on how you draft your fantasy team. You have complete freedom as long as you follow the format.
Champion mode on the SuperDraft DFS site is slightly different. You are allowed to select 4 Superflex players in your NBA fantasy lineup. There is also a multiplier value for each player but with a twist. In SuperDraft Champion Mode, you select a champion player in your lineup who receives a 50% scoring boost for the points he scored in the game. For example, if you select a 1X as a Superflex and your campion, he will score 1.5X fantasy points in the league.
In champion mode format on SuperDraft, there will be 4 Superflex players and 1 Champion in every NBA fantasy lineup with a total of 5 players. You can play single-game and multi-game formats in champion mode to maximize your fun and winnings.
There is no multiplier in this format. In Super15 mode on SuperDraft, you select a team of 5 players that you think will win by scoring the maximum points. There are 5 rows – a $5 row, $4 row, $3 row, $2 row, and a $1 row in Super15 mode on SuperDraft. You can draft your lineup with $15 in your hand to make a winning combination. The Scoring system is the same as the standard and champion mode but without multipliers. Simply select the 5 best players utilizing your $15 spending limit and send it to wait and watch.
With the right strategy and scoring knowledge in each mode, you can easily draft winning NBA daily lineups on SuperDraft for maximum returns. In the end, luck matters on a particular day and how well your drafted players play in your scheme.