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Yesterday’s Top Daily Fantasy Basketball Picks
Al Horford: DNP: Illness
John Wall: 51.75 Fantasy Points
Anthony Davis: 28.25 Fantasy Points
Greg Monroe: 38.75 Fantasy Points
Paul Pierce: 56.5 Fantasy Points
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Today’s Top Daily Fantasy Basketball Picks
Top Daily Fantasy Basketball Pick – Stephen Curry: Curry is coming off possibly his hottest stretch of the season over his past six games, posting absurd stat lines on a consistent basis. He totaled 22 points and 12 assists in a previous meeting with the Blazers this year, and nothing has improved for them on the defensive end since that point. [restrict]
Dwight Howard: Howard will be needed more than ever for a Lakers team that is suddenly and once again in danger of missing the playoffs. A rash of untimely injuries has left D12 as the lone healthy star, and that means Los Angeles would be wise to feed him early and often in tonight’s tilt with the Kings. Howard has recorded 12 straight double doubles, averaging 19 points and 15.2 rebounds along the way.
Roy Hibbert: Hibbert has established himself as the de facto mid-range salary center in recent weeks, turning in a string of solid outings since the all-star break. Phoenix has been playing 6’9 Luis Scola at the center position lately. Need I say more?
Tobias Harris: An elite stud in the making, we would all be wise to milk Harris for every last drop of value in plus matchups before his low to mid-range salary is a thing of the past. Atlanta surrendered huge nights to Paul Pierce and Jeff Green on the wings last night, and Harris’ prospects look to be about the same. The only real question here is whether or not he’ll post yet another career high.
Damian Lillard: Lillard is an Oakland product, and his return against the Warriors earlier this season was nothing short of a career performance for the Rookie of the Year frontrunner. He posted 37 points, 6 rebounds, and 4 assists in that meeting. LaMarcus Aldridge is likely to miss tonight’s contest, and that will place a large portion of offensive responsibility on the shoulders of the budding star. My guess is Lillard is more than up to the task.