Top Daily Fantasy Basketball Pick
Ersan Ilyasova: Ilyasova has averaged 21.1 points and 12.3 rebounds in his last seven games, almost identical to the 21 points and 12 rebounds he posted against the Bobcats earlier this season.
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Yesterday’s Daily Fantasy Basketball Draft Kit Recap
Paul Pierce: Pierce has been threatening triple doubles with frightening regularity, and playing the two guard is padding his rebounding totals like no one’s business. He finished tonight with a season high 15 boards.
Luol Deng: Deng continued his elevated play, now extending to his past four contests. We saw him get hot like this for a period earlier this season and that means we’ll need to ride the mid-range price tag until it’s over.
Anthony Davis: Davis has two enemies at this point in his career, and neither of them are players on the opposing team. He managed to stay out of foul trouble and avoid a spontaneous Monty Williams prolonged benching.
John Wall: Wall did exactly what Wall does. Mark Toronto down as another victim in the wake of his recent warpath.
Tim Duncan: Timmy D once again displayed renewed youthfulness in dominating the Cleveland front court. Only Coach Pop giving him a surprise rest is going to stop him at this point.
J.R. Smith: After scoring 30 or more points in three straight games Smith struggled with his shot tonight. No matter to all of you fantasy owners though as he pitched in with plenty of rebounds and assists.
Jeff Green: Green is now averaging 20 points per game over his past 10 contests and doesn’t appear to be slowing down after dropping 27 tonight. For as long as Keving Garnett sits he’ll remain an excellent daily fantasy basketball pick.
Andre Drummond: Drummond played the sleeper role to perfection, taking full advantage of a Bulls front court without it’s defensive heart and soul in Joakim Noah. As long as he’s starting he’ll remain an excellent value play with crazy high upside.
Brian Roberts: Roberts has moved into the de facto backup role for both Greivis Vasquez and Eric Gordon, and that means he was just fine tonight despite relinquishing starting point guard duties to Vasquez. He’s a solid young talent that needs to be in every lineup whenever the Hornets suffer a back court injury.
Amir Johnson: Amir just didn’t have his offensive game going tonight. Look for him to rebound sooner rather than later.
Wayne Ellington: The Cavs are a mess, but one thing they do seem to have figured out is that they love giving Ellington burn at the shooting guard.
Carlos Boozer: Boozer struggled against the length of the Pistons front court starters, and his shot was simply not falling. His poor play is the main reason Detroit was able to stay in this one.
Kirk Hinrich: Hinrich just had a Hinrich-like game, and he was really only here for the consistency and high ceiling in relation to his price tag.
Jason Terry: We were banking on Terry retaining the fire from last game, but sadly it did not pan out.
Dwayne Wade: Did Not Play (Late Scratch)