Wade-ing for Tonight

In the month of February, Jimmy Butler averaged 42.6 fantasy points per game compared to Dwyane Wade’s 40.3 and yet Butler is still sits at a significantly more expensive price tag. Take the value and use Wade instead in a fast-paced matchup against the Warriors. Here are my picks for Thursday, March 2:

cash-plays

Guards (G) Forwards/Centers (F/C) Utility (UTIL)
Russell Westbrook,
$23,800
Draymond Green,
$14,700
Stephen Curry,
$17,900
Jimmy Butler,
$16,400
Frank Kaminsky,
$13,600
Damian Lillard,
$16,300
Kemba Walker,
$15,500
Jusuf Nurkic,
$11,100
T.J. Warren,
$10,900
Eric Bledsoe,
$15,000
Steven Adams,
$10,600
Enes Kanter,
$10,200
C.J. McCollum,
$13,700
Marvin Williams,
$9,800
Al-Farouq Aminu,
$9,800
Klay Thompson,
$13,600
Nikola Mirotic,
$9,800
Maurice Harkless,
$9,500
Dwyane Wade,
$13,300
Alan Williams,
$8,800
Robin Lopez,
$8,300
Devin Booker,
$12,300
Marquese Chriss,
$8,300
Alex Len,
$7,800
Allen Crabbe,
$6,300
Doug McDermott (if Oladipo out),
$6,400
Taj Gibson,
$7,300

tournament-plays

Guards (G) Forwards/Centers (F/C) Utility (UTIL)
Russell Westbrook,
$23,800
Draymond Green,
$14,700
Stephen Curry,
$17,900
Jimmy Butler,
$16,400
Frank Kaminsky,
$13,600
Damian Lillard,
$16,300
Kemba Walker,
$15,500
Jusuf Nurkic,
$11,100
T.J. Warren,
$10,900
Eric Bledsoe,
$15,000
Steven Adams,
$10,600
Enes Kanter,
$10,200
C.J. McCollum,
$13,700
Marvin Williams,
$9,800
Al-Farouq Aminu,
$9,800
Klay Thompson,
$13,600
Nikola Mirotic,
$9,800
Maurice Harkless,
$9,500
Dwyane Wade,
$13,300
Alan Williams,
$8,800
Cody Zeller,
$8,400
Devin Booker,
$12,300
Marquese Chriss,
$8,300
Alex Len,
$7,800
Tyler Ulis,
$6,000
Doug McDermott (if Oladipo out),
$6,400
Jeremy Lamb,
$7,000

preferred-play

Ricky Sanders

Ricky Sanders

Ricky Sanders is a fantasy sports expert with over 15 years of playing experience. After starting several freelance fantasy sports blogs, Ricky moved up in the fantasy industry when he joined Going9 Baseball. He wrote fantasy baseball content and had a weekly radio spot on the site’s SiriusXM Satellite Radio show. Shortly thereafter, in early 2013, Ricky joined RotoExperts as a three-sport fantasy contributor, eventually becoming one of the site’s lead basketball writers. While writing for RotoExperts, Ricky was introduced to daily fantasy sports and immediately fell in love. With help from some of his mentors, some of the best DFS players in the world, he honed his skills and became the daily fantasy expert he is today. When RotoExperts created a daily-focused website called DailyRoto.com, Ricky was brought on as one of the main contributors. He still makes frequent appearances on the RotoExperts SiriusXM Radio show and on the FNTSY Sports Television Network, talking daily fantasy sports. He also continues to write for a few DFS content sites: RotoCurve and The Fantasy Fix. Ricky is a proud and active member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association. He has agreed to be a writer and representative for the FantasyDraft brand and serves as an ambassador to the site. He has no more access to the site than the typical user. Don’t hesitate to contact Ricky with questions on Twitter @RSandersDFS.

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