Daily NBA FanDuel Plays 2/9/17

Daily NBA FanDuel Plays 2/9/17

February 9, 2017

 

Things to Remember

-Always check for injuries prior to tip-off.

-Daily FanDuel plays are up Monday through Friday.

-No picks on nights of only four games or less.

-Stats are based off FanDuel rules

 

 

Big Cap Players ($8,000 and Up)

Dame Lillard vs BOS ($8,500) - Lillard has posted over 38 fantasy points in three of his last four games, including back-to-back 46 point fantasy games. Lillard will also have some extra juice matching up with All-Star Reserve, Isaiah Thomas. Plus, the Celtics are playing the second night of a back-to-back.

 

Mid Cap Players ($5,000 to $8,000)

Kemba Walker vs HOU ($7,500) - Kemba seems like he is due for a big game and we know the pace the Rockets play out. Plus, last time he matched up with Houston, he put up 46 fantasy points.


Marvin Williams vs HOU ($5,400) - Williams is coming off two solid games of 27 plus fantasy points and he has seen over 30 minutes in seven straight games. This also seems like a matchup that fits Williams well.

 

Small Cap Players ($5,000 and Down)

Joe Johnson vs UTA ($3,800) - Joe has picked up some extra burn with the Rodney Hood injury and has taken advantage. In three of the last four games, Joe has posted over 27 fantasy points. At $3,800, he is somebody I will play in at least one lineup.

 

High-Risk, High-Reward Players

Nikola Vucevic vs PHI ($7,400) - The Sixers have been getting killed by centers all year, but it has been worse the last five games as they are allowing centers to average 66 fantasy points.They will also be without Joel Embiid again tonight. The only risk is Vucevic, who is a little bit of hit or miss. But, he has posted over 40 fantasy points in three of his last four games.

 

 

 

*Stats via Rotowire.com

 

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