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Stephen Curry: 58.25 Fantasy Points
Dwight Howard: 55.75 Fantasy Points
Roy Hibbert: 30.75 Fantasy Points
Tobias Harris: 30 Fantasy Points
Damian Lillard: 30.75 Fantasy Points
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Today’s Top Daily Fantasy Basketball Picks
Top Daily Fantasy Basektball Pick - John Wall: By now the entire world is aware of just what John Wall has become. The Wizards seek to extend their best home winning streak in 6 seasons tonight, and I’ll give you one guess as to who the catalyst of that run has been. If you don’t play him tonight, please do me a favor and join my head to head contests.[restrict]
Tim Duncan: Another level, meet Tim Duncan. Tim Duncan, meet another level. Yep, that pretty much sums up what the Big Fundamental has accomplished over the past month. The Heat have been giving up career nights to opposing power forwards all season, and Tim Duncan is one of the few players in the league the Heat have no legitimate answer for on their roster.
Brian Roberts: Greivis Vasquez is shaping up to be a game time decision, but with the season already lost it’s possible the Hornets will err on the side of caution and evaluate their younger talent. Roberts has totaled 41 minutes in both games he’s started for Vasquez, and has scored 13 points in each as well. While he struggled against the Heat, it was a team effort of futility in that matchup, and he posted 18 assists in his previous start. I tend to believe we’ll see the latter and not the former should he get the start this evening.
Jeff Green: Green has arrived, and he’s legit. Now with a firm stranglehold on the starting power forward spot, it’s hard to believe that even when Kevin Garnett returns he’ll be sent to the bench, with Brandon Bass being the likely candidate for relegation. Just like Tobias Harris from yesterday, enjoy the mid-range salary before he hits elite pricing.
J.R. Smith: Smith has done something over his past three games that the league hasn’t seen since the early 90’s, scoring 30 or more points off the bench. The matchup is likely to be a bit tougher than he’s seen in those tilts, but it’s unlikely to matter much as priority number one for the Celtics will be Carmelo Anthony.[/restrict]