FanDuel Plays for 3-24-15
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Russell Westbrook- I know Westbrook’s price is high, but you have to at least play him in one lineup. I mean he is playing the Lakers, who give up the most fantasy points to point guards on the season.
Steph Curry- I slept on Curry last night, not again today. The one thing that usually prevents me from playing Curry is that GSW is always blowing teams out. Tonight that should be different against the Blazers, a talented Western Conference team. The Blazers also have allowed point guards to score 47 fantasy points a game over their last five, the most in the league.
Ish Smith- Ish Smith could have some nice value against the Kings tonight, who allow the second most fantasy points to point guards on the season.
Klay Thompson- Play Klay with caution, since he is only one game back from an ankle injury. Just remember, he is playing the Blazers, who are allowing 40 fantasy points a game to shooting guards over their last five games. So this could be a nice welcome back game for Klay
Arron Afflalo- I expected a lot more from Afflalo when Matthews went down, and instead got nothing. But if Batum is out tonight, they will need him to step up and score, and at that price he might be worth the chance.
Anthony Morrow- Morrow quietly has 20+ fantasy points in his last four games, so he could provide your team with some value.
Kawhi Leonard- Kawhi is coming off two solid performances and should be able to continue that tonight. He faces the Dallas Mavericks, who have allowed small forwards to score 37 fantasy points over their last five games.
Luol Deng- I thought Deng would see a bigger role with Bosh out for the season, but that hasn’t been the case. Deng is coming off two disappointing games, tonight will be a chance to rebound against the Bucks.
Harrison Barnes- Barnes has playing great for GSW, he scored 20+ fantasy points in four of his five last games, and his price isn’t too high.
Greg Monroe- If Monroe is healthy, he should have a great game tonight facing Toronto, who are allowing power forwards to score 42 fantasy points a game over their last ten games.
Ed Davis- Davis has a great matchup with OKC, who are allowing the most fantasy points to power forwards over the last five games.
Hassan Whiteside- I could see Whiteside having a great game against an undersized Bucks team, who are giving up 50 fantasy points to center over their last five games.
Enes Kanter- Kanter has been seeing plenty of minutes with all of the injuries in the OKC frontcourt, and faces the Lakers tonight.
Jonas Valanciunas - .Jonas faces Detroit, who have allowed the second most fantasy points to centers on the season. Jonas could be a nice little sleeper.
*Stats via Rotowire.com