NeoGamer's Rapid Fire Takes

Break The Bank

Giannis Antetokounmpo ($12,500) has been excellent this season but is priced a bit too much tonight when you can get Westbrook at a $1,300 discount.

Russell Westbrook ($11,200) is still producing massive fantasy numbers, but is less likely to explode in the upside department with a much better supporting cast.

Andre Drummond ($8,200) showed he can produce big even when his shot is not falling against the Warriors, so the sky is the limit tonight in a matchup where he should score a ton.

Middle of the Road

Thaddeus Young ($5,200) can produce big when the defensive stats are there and could potentially have a massive workload with Sabonis is unable to suit up tonight.

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson ($5,500) can produce across all categories, but can also bust in a big way even in a great matchups.

Reggie Jackson ($6,000) is no longer in a timeshare with Ish and has been a very consistent fantasy producer this season.

T.J. Warren ($5,200) has the highest usage rate behind Booker and will have a matchup to thrive in tonight against the Nets.

Lonzo Ball ($7,000) has very little shooting ability right now, but could have some tournament appeal if he can avoid the defense of Avery Bradley.

Tobias Harris ($6,900) has been taking a lot of shots this season, but his game to game production is so unpredictable he is hard to trust in a cash game format.

Domantas Sabonis ($5,700) has been showing up a big for his team lately with Turner out and is a great play tonight if he is 100%.

Avery Bradley ($5,700) has been showing back up in the defensive department lately which means he might be a steal (no pun attended) at this price against the Lakers.

Victor Oladipo ($7,700) has enjoyed a massive usage rate this season and will have a great opportunity so smash against the lowly Kings tonight.

Devin Booker ($7,900) has a huge usage rate now that Bledsoe has removed himself from the picture, so he is the safest lock for fantasy production tonight in the best matchup.

Darren Collison ($6,000) has shown some big game potential this season, but a majority of his outings have been of the mediocre variety. Has Revenge factor though working in his favor.

Cheapskate Value Heaven

Tyson Chandler ($4,100) continues to get more minutes then he should, so he is viable for cash games due to his rebounding ability.

Marquese Chriss ($4,100) is way down the totem pole when it comes to getting shots on this team, but his athletic ability could play big in an uptempo matchup.

George Hill ($4,300) has the revenge factor working in his favor tonight against the Pacers, but Fox continues to cut into his playing time limiting upside.

Alex Len ($4,800) continues to play second fiddle to Chandler, but has the ability to produce fantasy points quickly especially in a great matchup like tonight.

Buddy Hield ($4,300) has not lived up to expectations, but continues to get enough offensive looks to potentially pay off a low salary in a great matchup.

Trevor Booker ($4,900) can post big numbers in rebounds and points in limited court time and will have a great matchup this evening.

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope ($4,800) cant hit the broadside of a barn recently, but maybe a revenge game can get him back on track.

Spencer Dinwiddie ($5,100) will have to deal with minutes being basically split down the middle but has overcome that issue in a big way in a handful of outings this season.

One Man’s Garbage is another Man’s Treasure

Dragan Bender ($3,400) has seen his minutes on the rise with a new coach and will be playing in a high scoring environment.

Bojan Bogdanovic ($4,000) starts but needs the shots from long range to hit, but could crush value if they are falling

Joe Harris ($3,100) hits three point jumpers and not much else, but could be useful again if Carroll is out.

Tyler Ulis ($4,000) has value again with no Bledsoe, but will have to get things done quickly in a near timeshare with Mike James.

John Henson ($4,100) probably wont start, but has the ability to post big lines in limited court time despite a somewhat less favorable matchup.

Ish Smith ($3,300) wont see big minutes, but there is potential in a matchup against the Lakers.

Timofey Mozgov ($3,000) saw his most minutes on the season last game and with even more injuries in frontcourt could potentially produce in a good matchup.

Al Jefferson ($3,600) is past his prime, but with the frontcourt getting potentially even thinner tonight he could be productive at this price tag.

About the Author

  • Neal Nakandakare (neogamer)

  • neogamer has already seen his fair share of live finals, having qualified for the 2015 WFBBC, 2014 PBC and 2012 DFBBC. He primarily focuses on the NBA and MLB when it comes to DFS and has been a regular contributor to RotoGrinders since February of 2015.

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