FanDuel Plays for 3-27-15
*Photo via USA Today
We are back! Here are your FanDuel plays for Friday night.
Goran Dragic- The Heat are making a playoff push, and could be without Wade tonight, so a perfect chance for Dragic to step up. The Hawks are also giving up 40 fantasy points a game to point guards over their last ten games, also Jeff Teague is out.
Dennis Schroeder- Jeff Teague is out with an ankle injury, so Schroeder should get the start. He has put up some decent numbers as a reserve , so with starter minutes we should see even more.
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope- Pope has been great in fantasy, putting up some nice value for his price. Caldwell-Pope has scored 30+ fantasy points in three out of his last four.
DeMar DeRozan- DeRozan has picked his game up over the last month and always has a shot at a big night. The Lakers also give the sixth most fantasy points to shooting guards, just be cautious of a blowout.
Kawhi Leonard- I have had Leonard on here the last few days, and he has performed. He has 30+ fantasy points in his last four games, and faces Dallas, who struggles against small forwards.
P.J. Tucker- Tucker has lived up to his value the last four games, and Nicolas Batum could be out again tonight for the Blazers.
Derrick Favors- Favors is one of my favorite FanDuel plays, and tonight is no different. Favors has put up 40+ fantasy points in his last three games, and faces a team that allows the third most fantasy points over the last five games, the Denver Nuggets.
Andrea Bargnani- Bargnani is coming one of his worst games this month, but look for him to bounce back against the Celtics, who are allowing the third ,most fantasy points to power forwards on the season.
Nikola Vucevic- Detroit does not deal with bigs well, it doesn’t matter if it is a center or power forward, so I expect Vucevic to have a great night.
Brook Lopez- Lopez has literally been carrying the Nets, Lopez is averaging 45 fantasy points over his last five. Tonight he faces the Cavs, who are allowing 49 fantasy points to centers over their last five.
*Stats via Rotowire.com