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Top Daily Fantasy Basketball Pick – Nikola Vucevic: Vucevic has been one of the NBA’s pleasant surprises this season, and he benefits exponentially from having Jameer Nelson in the lineup. Nelson is fully healthy once again, and Vucevic tends to dominate the poor matchups where he’s supposed to go off, and underproduce against tougher competition. Milwaukee and it’s 30th ranked center defense definitely qualify as the former.
Devin Harris: Harris has excelled in relief of Jeff Teague this season, and coach Larry Drew has been known to make players coming back off of injury earn their spots back in the rotation. Teague came off the bench last game and was wholly ineffective, going for 8 points and 4 assists in 23 minutes. Harris, however, cut loose for 15 points, 4 rebounds, and 5 assists along with 3 steals in 24 minutes. He’s posted averages of 13.7 points, 3.0 rebounds, and 5.7 assists in three meetings with Brooklyn this season to boot.
Steve Blake/Steve Nash: This one is a unique combo play, as the Lakers without Kobe Bryant will become a much more point guard centric attack than they have been in almost two decades. Coach Mike D’Antoni has been getting creative with the two, playing both at the same time. It’s really all about price points here, and if you can find either one on a bargain it’s worth your time.
Tobias Harris: The stage is set for a vengeful return home, as Harris, an afterthought in the J.J. Redick deal, has now become a primary focus of the Magic starting unit. He’ll be no doubt hyped up to prove himself against the team that regarded unfit for even backup minutes, and with Mike Dunleavy and Ersan Ilyasova as the primary defenders he’s likely to see, a bloodbath is probable.
Ersan Ilyasova: Speaking of Ersan, he’s back from his knee soreness with a purpose, posting two huge double doubles in his past two contests since returning. The going won’t be tough against a defensively inept Magic front court, and Ersan should have no problem crushing value once again.
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