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Today’s Top Daily Fantasy Basketball Picks
Top Daily Fantasy Basketball Pick – Carlos Boozer $109,035 @ FantasyFeud: Boozer has been a roller coaster ride for daily fantasy basketball players this season, shifting in value significantly from week to week. He’s surging once again which means his price has yet to represent his potential upside, and a matchup against the Cousins-less Kings won’t hold him down.
Ty Lawson $117,689 @ FantasyFeud : Lawson is no stranger to this article, and it’s no surprise seeing as he’s in the midst of a breakout year. He’ll suit up against a Knicks team that is reeling tonight, and who also happen to be one the league’s worst in point guard defense.
Jonas Jerebko $52,176 @ FantasyFeud: Jerebko has played extremely well filling in for the Detroit bigs his past two games, and details are still iffy on whether Jason Maxiell will suit up tonight. Even if he does, Jerebko will still get plenty of minutes with the second unit in this blowout waiting to happen.
Al Jefferson $112,121 @ FantasyFeud: This isn’t a pick I was in love with at first sight, but the perfect storm of variables convinced me. Jefferson’s price has been driven down by poor performances while attempting to play through injuries, and he has excellent season splits against the Thunder.
Josh Smith $127,373 @ FantasyFeud: Smoove has been one of the most maddeningly inconsistent players in the NBA from night to night, but one thing that is consistent is the Lakers’ struggles against power forwards. Smith dropped a huge night on them last week, and should have no trouble repeating that performance tonight.