FanDuel Plays for 3-19-15
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Langston Galloway- Galloway is coming off a career night, posting 32 fantasy points. He also will face the Timberwolves, who have allowed point guards to score the most fantasy points over the last 10 games. Shved also could also be a decent play, but his price took a jump.
Ricky Rubio- Rubio returned from injury last night, he didn’t have a great night only scoring two points, but did put up 25 fantasy points. He should easily be able to score more than two points against the Knicks, who are giving up 46 fantasy points to point guards over their last five games.
Kevin Martin- Martin is a streaky player and is coming off two nice games, so I think he has a good chance to continue that tonight against the Knicks.
James Harden- Harden is the best shooting guard you can get tonight, the question will be does he hit value. I think he does, Denver isn’t terrible at defending shoot guards, but I think Harden starts to find his touch back this game.
Gordon Hayward- Hayward has scored 31+ fantasy points in five of his last six, and faces the Lakers tonight. The Lakers are giving up 38 fantasy points a game to small forwards over their last five.
Trevor Ariza- Ariza has posted 30+ fantasy points in four of his last five games, and tonight he faces the team that allows the most fantasy points to small forwards, the Denver Nuggets.
Derrick Favors- Favors has become a beast he post 30+ point games on a regular basis. Tonight should be no different against the Lakers.
Anthony Davis- Because he is Anthony Davis.
Kenneth Faried- Faried received some rest Monday , so he should be ready to exploit this matchup. Also over the last ten games the Rockets have allowed the second most fantasy points to power forwards.
Rudy Gobert- The Lakers have improved a little against defending bigs, but not enough. I expect Gobert to do his thing tonight.
Jusuf Nurkic- Nurkic is more of a sleeper, he could still be a game away from being back to normal. But this is a matchup he could take advantage, with the Rockets lack of size in the front court.
*Stats via Rotowire.com