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Today’s Top Daily Fantasy Basketball Picks
Top Daily Fantasy Basketball Pick – John Wall $7,300 @ FanThrowdown: Wall has strung together back to back career games in the past week, and he appears to finally be rounding into form. His conditioning has also appeared to be much improved. Tonight he’ll take on a Hornets team that is tired and weak along the perimeter, most recently being torched by Deron Williams. Wall will only continue to improve as he improves his consistency with his teammates.
George Hill $6,800 @ FanThrowdown: Hill has been a mercurial quantity over the course of his career, capable of huge outbursts and lackluster outings within the same week. The Lakers have consistently given up huge nights to point guards this season, and Hill should have no trouble reaching value at his bargain price tag.
Carlos Boozer $7,000 @ FanThrowdown: Boozer was able to achieve value despite the thrashing at the hands of Sacramento last game, speaking testaments to his current hot streak. The task for him tonight is even easier, with a matchup against David Lee and front court sieve that is the Golden State Warriors.
Mike James $3,200 @ FanThrowdown: James has totaled a career high in minutes in each of his past two contests, and tonight he draws a matchup against the Cavs. If he logs over 30 minutes once again he should have no problem reaching value.
David West $8,400 @ FanThrowdown: West has rejuvenated his career with a resurgence in Indiana this season, and one of his best games was against the Lakers where he posted 16 points, 10 rebounds, and 8 assists. The Lakers have only gotten worse against opposing power forwards, making West an excellent option.