• Nicholas Diesing-Fay

FanDuel Plays for 4-8-15

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*Photo via USA Today

Ramon Sessions- Sessions will get the start tonight with John Wall getting some rest. I don’t expect a huge game from him, but he should easily hit over value. Especially with the Sixers giving up the third most fantasy points to point guards.

Ty Lawson- Long as Lawson plays he should put together a nice game. The Lakers give up the most fantasy points to point guards on season and the most over the five last games.

DeMar DeRozan- I’m going to continue to ride DeRozan, he’s averaging 38 fantasy points a game over his last five games. The Hornets are also allowing 42 fantasy points a game to shooting guards over the last five.

Bradley Beal- Beal has 28+ fantasy points in four of his last five games, so he is looking better of late. The Sixers also allow the second most fantasy points to shooting guards and with Wall out should he should see more shots.

Kawhi Leonard- Leonard is on fire, if last game was closer, Leonard would of went for 50+ fantasy points. The Rockets are also allowing the fourth most fantasy points to small forwards.

Andrew Wiggins- Wiggins has been better post All-Star break, the Blazers also allow 35 fantasy points a game to small forwards.

Mike Muscala- Muscala has been great when given the minutes and Millsap will be out again tonight. The Nets also allow 39 fantasy points a game to power forwards.

Thaddeus Young- Young has picked up his game as of late, averaging 29 fantasy points a game over his last five. He also will be going up against Muscala, which likely is a mismatch.

Andre Drummond- The Celtics are giving up 46 fantasy points a game and Drummond should dominate the inside.

*Stats via Rotowire.com

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