• Point Guards

    John Wall ($8,700 FD, $8,900 DK)- Due to his lengthy absence and then a minutes limitation placed upon him on his return, Wall’s price hasn’t climbed back to where he usually is. I would take advantage of Wall’s relatively cheap price in a good match-up as he won’t be this affordable next week.

    Kris Dunn ($7,900 FD, $7,200 DK)- Dunn is coming off an amazing game against the Bucks and should not have a problem keeping his breakout campaign rolling against the Knicks tonight.

    Kemba Walker ($7,500 FD, $6,600 DK)- Walker is as up and down as they come and while the Celtics look like a tough match-up on paper they Celtics have been getting gashed lately by point guards.

    Other good buys: Russell Westbrook ($11,600 FD, $11,200 DK), Jamal Murray ($6,100 FD, $5,900 DK), Terry Rozier ($3,800 FD, $4,600).

    Shooting Guards

    Tyreke Evans ($8,500 FD, $8,400 DK) – Evans has been lights out since Mike Conley went down and though he is coming off a game last night he should be able to put up good numbers against the Lakers tonight.

    Marcus Smart ($5,500 FD, $5,200 DK) – The Celtics have a lot of injuries to their wings so it looks like Smart will be in for a heavy workload against the Hornets tonight.

    Jordan Clarkson ($5,500 FD, $5,600 DK) – Clarkson will probably be the most popular play of the night but that doesn’t mean you should fade him. With Lonzo Ball out again, Clarkson could be due for another big game and at his price point, he’s a steal.

    Other good buys: Jimmy Butler ($8,000 DK), Donovan Mitchell ($7,200 FD, $7,000 DK), Kent Bazemore ($6,100 FD, $6,200 DK).

    Small Forwards

    Kevin Durant ($11,700 FD, $10,900 DK) – Durant’s been doing the heavy lifting for the Warriors since Curry went down and will have to again tonight against the Jazz who will be without one of the premier rim protectors in Rudy Gobert.

    Jimmy Butler ($8,900 FD)- Butler looks like the same Butler we saw in Chicago again and he should be able to keep it rolling against the Nuggets who are coming off a back to back.

    Brandon Ingram ($7,200 FD, $6,100 DK) – Ingram looks like he will be a go tonight after missing two games and if he is, he may be a tasked with being the main playmaker without Ball tonight.

    Other good buys: LeBron James ($11,500 FD, $11,700 DK), Harrison Barnes ($6,300 FD, $6,000 DK), Lance Stephenson ($4,800 FD, $4,300 DK).

    Power Forwards

    Anthony Davis ($11,200 FD, $10,800 DK)- Davis gets a great matchup tonight against the Nets  and as long as the game stays close, he should be able to put up big numbers.

    Kristaps Porzingis ($9,200 FD, $8,400 DK) – Porzingis is coming off two good games and gets the Bulls tonight in what should be a fun match-up and which should be one Porzingis can take advantage of.

    Kyle Kuzma ($7,400 FD/DK) – Rookie of the year? Kuzma has been great lately and doesn’t look like a rookie at all. Look for him to hit value tonight against the Grizzlies at home.

    Other good buys: Serge Ibaka ($6,100 FD, $5,900 DK), Jayson Tatum ($5,700 FD, $5,600 DK), Derrick Favors ($5,600 FD, $5,800).


    Karl-Anthony Towns ($10,500 FD, $8,700 DK)- Towns has been pretty consistent lately and gets the same Denver team he hung 25 and 10 on a few games ago.

    Marc Gasol ($8,600 FD, $8,800 DK)- It’s been a disappointing year in Memphis this year but Gasol has done what he can and in the process has put up some good numbers. Look for him to continue his success against the Lakers, tonight.

    Enes Kanter ($6,000, $6,800) – Kanter has exploded the last two games and put up two consecutive 50 fantasy point games. While he may not hit 50 tonight he gets a good match-up against the Bulls tonight and should have success again.

    Other good buys: DeMarcus Cousins ($11,400 FD, $11,500 DK), Nikola Jokic ($9,100 FD, $8,600 DK), Steven Adams ($6,800 FD, $5,700 DK).

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