Get ready for a massive slate of college basketball games on Wednesday night for our DFS CBB lineups. We have a loaded evening of college hoops with some intriguing cross-conference matchups featuring the Big 12 vs. Big East and the Big Ten vs. ACC. As you'll see in this CBB DFS playbook, we have a ton of value and mis-priced players to choose from – so finding the correct cheap guys is even more critical. You can build CBB DFS lineups on DraftKings as tonight's 12-game slate tips off at 6:30 pm ET. If you're looking to play college basketball DFS this season, get full access to our CBB DFS Playbooks and Core Plays with a Fantasy Alarm All-Pro Subscription. Check out all the CBB DFS top picks, lineup strategies, teams to target, and value plays to lock in for tonight's college basketball action. If you have any questions about CBB daily fantasy lineup strategy, ask away in the Fantasy Alarm Discord chat. Now, let's jump into the CBB DFS top plays and lineup picks for Wednesday, November 30th. 


College Basketball CBB DFS Slate & Betting Odds November 30

(via DraftKings Sportsbook)

  • 6:30 pm ET – Kansas State at Butler (-3) – 132.5 O/U
  • 7 pm ET – Vanderbilt at VCU (-1.5) – 127 O/U
  • 7:15 pm ET – Ohio State at Duke (-5.5) – 135.5 O/U
  • 7:15 pm ET – Purdue (-15) at Florida State – 135.5 O/U
  • 7:15 pm ET – Rutgers at Miami FL (-3.5) – 136 O/U
  • 8 pm ET – Providence at TCU (-7) – 133.5 O/U
  • 8 pm ET – Georgetown at Texas Tech (-16.5) – 137.5 O/U
  • 8 pm ET – SMU at Texas A&M (-11.5) – 138.5 O/U
  • 9:15 pm ET – North Carolina at Indiana (-5) – 145 O/U
  • 9:15 pm ET – Michigan State (-1.5) at Notre Dame – 140.5 O/U
  • 9:15 pm ET – Boston College at Nebraska (-6) – 131 O/U
  • 10 pm ET – USC (-9.5) at California – 127 O/U

Top Team Totals 


  1. Purdue – 77
  2. Texas Tech – 76
  3. Indiana – 74
  4. Texas A&M – 74
  5. TCU – 72
  6. Miami FL – 70
  7. Duke – 70
  8. Kansas State – 69
  9. Butler – 68
  10. North Carolina – 68
  11. Michigan State – 68
  12. Ohio State – 67
  13. Rutgers – 67
  14. Notre Dame – 66
  15. VCU – 66
  16. USC – 66


College Basketball CBB DFS Top Plays November 30

CBB DFS Top Guards

Drew PetersonUSCCAL950037.04  
Peterson is pretty expensive, but you can actually fit him in with how much value there is tonight. The majority of USC’s offensive and DFS production centers around Peterson and Boogie Ellis and both are in play against a bad Cal team, despite the low total. As for Peterson, he’s a nightly triple-double threat who will fill up the stat sheet and has 35+ DK in five of the last six games.
Caleb LoveUNCIU900034.93  
North Carolina is rolling with a very tight rotation so all the starters present good DFS floors. That’s especially true for Caleb Love and RJ Davis forming one of the best backcourt duos in the country and both putting up big numbers. Love gets the slight nod for his higher DFS ceiling of 20+ points and 40+ DK. Love has a 27% usage rate and 31% shot share this season. The UNC offense should lean on him and Davis tonight, especially if Bacot is limited.
Bryce HopkinsPROVTCU810029.43  
Hopkins has been Providence’s best player this season and it’s resulted in solid DFS performances with plenty of involvement on both ends. He’s put up at least 27 DK in all but one game so far while averaging 14.3 points and 8.3 rebounds. Even on the road at TCU, we should expect Hopkins to do plenty as a great cash play who’s considerably cheaper than other top players tonight.
Mike Miles Jr.TCUPROV750032.38  
Compared to other teams’ top players tonight, Miles is actually a bargain below 8k. After missing two games, Miles has put up 30 and 28 DK in the last two games against Cal and Iowa and didn’t seem too limited. Damion Baugh is expected back tonight, but Miles should maintain high usage and shot volume to be a safe cash play.
Isaiah WongMIARU720029.32  
Facing Rutgers’ defense is tough, but Wong is still a great GPP option at this price tag. Expect a bounceback for a guy who’s coming off a bad game against UCF but had 26-35 DK in every outing beforehand. He’ll benefit from playing at home here and is cheaper than he should be compared to some other high-priced studs tonight. Wong had 22 points with 33 DK vs. Maryland and 18 points with 30 DK vs. Providence in Miami’s two tougher games this season.

Also Consider:

  • Markquis Nowell – Kansas State ($9400) – GPP
  • RJ Davis – UNC ($8900) – GPP/Cash
  • Wade Taylor – Texas A&M ($8400) – GPP
  • Boogie Ellis – USC ($8000) – Cash
  • Devin Askew – California ($6700) – Cash

CBB DFS Value Guards

Zhuric PhelpsSMUTA&M570032.71  
Phelps is really underpriced as SMU’s offensive catalyst running the point with high usage and shot volume. He has 31% usage and shot rates this season, has at least 21 DK in every game thus far, and has 44 and 39 DK in the past two games. There’s no reason for Phelps to be under 6k and he’s a great bargain in all formats despite playing on the road at Texas A&M.
Eric Hunter JrBUTLEKSU500024.21  
Hunter has been a good bargain most of this season and he’s still too cheap at 5k here. The Purdue transfer is locked into 35 minutes per game or so in a tight Butler rotation and his DFS floor is usually safe for 20-25 or more with just enough production in multiple stat categories. He’s put up 21 DK or more in four of the last five games with 32 and 41 DK efforts in there. The cash floor is too good to ignore at this price tag.
Desi SillsKSUBUTLE450017.71  
Sills scored 16 points and 24 DK last game and saw an $800 price decrease. Go figure! Even though he comes off the bench, Sills plays starter-level minutes in a tight Kansas State rotation and he can give you 15-20 DK with just enough production across the board. It’s not a flashy play, but he shouldn’t be priced below 5k at this point.
JJ StarlingNDMSU410020.67  
Starling’s performances have been up-and-down this season, but there’s no reason for him to be priced this cheap. First off, the freshman has a ton of talent as a highly-regarded recruit. He scored 23 points and 42 DK two games ago, has taken double-digit shots in five of six contests this year, and leads the team in usage rate and shots share so far. Plus, he’s logging 30+ minutes per game as a starter in Notre Dame’s very tight rotation. The chance for 5x return or better is definitely there. Trey Wertz is also too cheap from the Irish.
Pierre BrooksMSUND380014.07  
Brooks has started the last three games for Michigan State with Malik Hall sidelined. He’s played 30+ minutes in each with 16, 26, and 22 DK in the contests. He’s also scored 15 points in back-to-back games thanks to active three-point shooting. Brooks is also locked into more playing time while Jaden Akins is sidelined. He's too cheap at sub-4k and a great value in all formats.
Pop IsaacsTTUGU380016.92  
This is yet another great value for a player that should be priced at 5k or so. Isaacs is a regular starter for Texas Tech and he’s sharing point guard duties with De’Vion Harmon right now. That keeps his DFS floor higher than most with at least 17 DK in four straight games. Maybe we’d pause if he was more expensive, but sub-4k for a starting PG in a pace-boost matchup against Georgetown’s poor defense is tough to ignore.

Also Consider:

  • Nijel Pack – Miami FL ($5500) – GPP
  • Braden Smith – Purdue ($5400) – Cash
  • Jaylon Tyson – Texas Tech ($4500) – GPP
  • Zach Nutall – SMU ($4400) – Cash/GPP
  • Tre White – USC ($4300) – Cash
  • Caleb McConnell – Rutgers ($4200) – Cash
  • Zeb Jackson – VCU ($4000) – GPP
  • Tyrese Proctor – Duke ($3900) – Cash/GPP
  • Tyrin Lawrence – Vanderbilt ($3800) – Cash

CBB DFS Top Forwards

Zach EdeyPURFSU970043.83  
Edey is obviously pricey as the most expensive player on the slate, but he’s been worth it and you can fit him in with all the value tonight. The Purdue center is averaging 21.7 points, 12 rebounds, and 43 DK this season with at least 37 DK every game. He’s as close to automatic as it gets in CBB DFS this season and Florida State’s soft defense and frontcourt won’t slow him down. We can stomach the price in cash.
Trayce Jackson-DavisIUUNC930034.9  
Ignore TJD’s last game because it was in a blowout win where he played just 19 minutes. Before that, he put up 45 DK in back-to-back contests and had at least 31 DK in his first four outings. He’s always in play and could post a big stat line tonight with UNC struggling defensively early on this season and Armando Bacot possibly limited with injury. There is some risk, though, becasue Jackson-Davis has dealt with injuries himself already.
Derrick WalkerNEBBC830039.38  
After missing the beginning of the season, Walker is back the last two games and put up 35 then 43 DK with a double-double in both. Those performances came against Memphis and Florida State, so it wasn’t against some easy mid-majors. The big man is seeing heavy usage and shot volume and should be in line for another double-double as an under-the-radar cash play tonight.
Clifford OmoruyiRUMIA780037.08  
There are a ton of ways to go at forward, but Omoruyi could go overlooked and be a great contrarian option in cash or GPP. The Rutgers big man leads the team in usage and shot rates this season as the offense is running through his dominance in the post. He has at least 38 DK in four of six games (the other two were blowout wins) with three 20-point double-doubles. The Miami frontcourt is undersized and won’t be able to match up with Omoruyi down low tonight.
Daniel BatchoTTUGU740029.08  
Batcho has been one of those early-season breakouts after being a role player last year for Tech. He’s posted 28 DK or more in five of six games so far while averaging 12.5 points, 7.3 rebounds, and 2.8 blocks/steals. A double-double and 30+ DFS points are certainly in play in this pace-boost matchup against a below-average Georgetown team.

Also Consider:

  • Keyontae Johnson – Kansas State ($9300) – GPP
  • Armando Bacot – UNC ($9000) – GPP
  • Norchad Omier – Miami FL ($8600) – Cash

CBB DFS Value Forwards

Justice SueingOSUDUKE520026.04  
Sueing just went off for 33 points and 54 DK last game against Texas Tech, but he’s priced in the mid-5k range? Even though he wasn’t lighting it up before last gam, this is a great bargain for a guy that can easily give you 20+ DFS points. Sueing has a 31% usage rate and 33% shot share this season and he’s taken on a bigger offensive role with EJ Liddell gone.
Caleb FurstPURFSU430016.12  
There’s a ton of value on Purdue tonight with everyone priced down except Zach Edey. One of those is Furst, who’s coming off a double-double and 30 DK last game vs. Duke. He’s been a bit inconsistent this season, but sub-5k for a guy who can realistically return 7x value tonight is tough to ignore against Florida State.
Dereck Lively IIDUKEOSU420012.32  
Lively has started the season extremely slow and he hasn’t exactly looked like the NBA Draft lottery pick he’s expected to be. He’s taken a backseat to Kyle Filipowski and others in Duke’s offense and minutes distribution. Even still, this is way too cheap for someone with Lively’s talent. The 7-foot-1 freshman actually has 12 DK or more in five of the last six and offers a decent DFS floor with the upside for a lot more if he gets going offensively. Don't be surprised if Lively breaks the slate one of these games once he gets comfortable.
Ven-Allen LubinNDMSU410016.58  
Notre Dame is rolling with a legit six-man rotation and Lubin is that lone bench player getting minutes. The freshman big is coming off a double-double and 33 DK last game against St. Bonaventure when he looked like the team’s best player. He has 18 DK or more in three of the last five and shouldn’t be priced below 5k for his solidified role.

Also Consider:

  • Eddie Lampkin Jr. – TCU ($5700) – GPP
  • Mady Sissoko – Michigan State ($5500) – GPP/Cash
  • CJ Penha – Boston College ($4400) – Cash
  • David N'Guessan – Kansas State ($4000) – GPP
  • Stefan Todorovic – SMU ($3100) – Cash/GPP

CBB DFS Core Plays November 29

DK Cash:

  • Zach Edey – Purdue
  • Mike Miles – TCU
  • Pierre Brooks – Michigan State
  • Eric Hunter – Butler


  • Caleb Love – North Carolina
  • Clifford Omoruyi – Rutgers
  • Dereck Lively – Duke
  • JJ Starling – Notre Dame

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