Draymond Green’s price has dropped below $14,000 just in time for a matchup against a rolling Wizards team that happens to be playing their fourth game in six days. They struggle against forwards and Green is a great play in all formats.
Author: Ricky Sanders
Live like royalty after rostering Giannis Antetokounmpo in a conference matchup versus a team he has topped 64 fantasy points against in back-to-back meetings.
Over the course of the last four games, Anthony Davis is averaging 38.0 points per game, 13.8 rebounds per game, 3.0 steals per game and 2.8 blocks per game. Now, he faces an elite matchup against the Suns and is a borderline must-start.
In his previous six meetings agaisnt the Rockets, Karl-Anthony Towns is averaging 31.0 points per game, 17.5 rebounds per game and 64.0 fantasy points per game, so do not even dream of fading him tonight.
Only the Timberwolves have yielded more offensive rebounds per game to opposing centers this season than the Magic and Enes Kanter has been rolling since the injury to Kristaps Porzingis. Despite the rising price point, he is a player to build around on FantasyDraft tonight.
With only two games on the slate, fire up Julius Randle against a team he has averaged at least 1.1 fantasy points per minute against in five consecutive meetings.
Damian Lillard is going to have the carry the offensive load against the Warriors at home tonight and the pace of the game should be elite. Look for a monster game from the Trail Blazers point guard to close out the first half.
Over the course of the last two seasons, Karl-Anthony Towns has faced the Rockets on five separate occasions, and he has topped 59 fantasy points all five times. Expect a similar performance from him tonight against a defense that allows a ton of points in the paint.
Since the beginning of January, LaMarcus Aldridge has missed two games, and Pau Gasol has averaged 29.2 minutes per game, 14.5 points per game, 11.0 rebounds per game and 4.5 assists per game in those contests. At just $9,900, Gasol is way too cheap to pass on.
After making multiple trades right before the deadline, the Cavaliers are going to be awfully thin on Friday considering their newly-acquired players will not be active. Expect LeBron James to dominate the usage.