FanDuel Plays for 3-4-15
*Photo via USA Today
Here are some players to target tonight.
Chris Paul- Paul has stepped his game up with Blake Griffin out, over the last five games, he has scored 50 fantasy points a game. Then throw in the fact the Blazers have given up the second most point to point guards in their last five games. Paul seems like a lock for a big night.
Mo Williams- Williams continued his hot play, with another 40 point fantasy game. I expect another solid night for Williams, especially after he said tonight will be like a playoff game.
Victor Oladipo- Oladipo has scored over 29+ fantasy points in seven out of his last ten games, so he is a pretty safe bet. He also gets to face the Suns who have allowed the most fantasy point to shooting guards over the last five games.
DeMar Derozan- I had feeling Derozan would go off last night and he did, scoring 55 fantasy points. I expect Derozan to have a nice night again, against a Cavs team that doesn't defend shooting guards well.
Andrew Wiggins- Wiggins coming off back-back 30 point fantasy games,so he will look to continue that tonight. He gets to take on a Denver team, that has allowed the most fantasy points to small forwards over the last five games.
Gordon Hayward- Hayward gets a nice matchup tonight against Boston, who has given up the second most fantasy point to small forwards over their last five games. Not to mention, it looks like the Jazz are starting to play solid basketball.
Serge Ibaka- Ibaka should dominate his matchup with the Sixers, Westbrook coming back probably helps Ibaka more than you think.
David West- West gets a matchup against a weak Knicks frontcourt, that gave up 45 fantasy points a game, to power forwards in their last five games.
Derrick Favors+Rudy Gobert- The Kanter trade has done wonders for these two, they have been solid fantasy contributors on a daily basis. Tonight they get to face a Boston team that struggles with power forwards and centers. So expect nice numbers from these two.
Hassan Whiteside- Whiteside scored 35 fantasy points and he didn’t play a minute in the fourth. Like I have said Whiteside will continue to see a bigger role with Bosh out. Plus, tonight he get the Lakers.
Also Enes Kanter and Alex Len are two guys I would think about, as well.
*Stats via Rotowire.com
-By Nicholas Diesing-Fay