Tuesday's NBA DFS Picks
A full set of 11 NBA games is on the schedule for Tuesday, March 13, 2018. Check out our NBA Daily Fantasy options for the night.
Point Guard – Lakers’ Lonzo Ball (vs. Denver, 10:30PM ET) $7,500
Ball is coming off a lackluster showing against the Cavs, but I think he will bounce back tonight against the Nuggets. He has produced over 38 fantasy points in four of his last six games. Ball has been able to score, but was poor from the field on Sunday. Racking up assists, rebounds and steals shouldn’t be an issue tonight.
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Shooting Guard – Timberwolves’ Andrew Wiggins (at Washington, 7PM ET) $6,700
Wiggins has been a great play due to the injury of Jimmy Butler. He has produced over 30 fantasy points in seven straight games. Wiggins is getting plenty of shooting chances in the offense. He has taken at least 15 shots in this seven-game stretch. Wiggins is also good for a handful of rebounds and assists. Look for him to continue his streak tonight.
Small Forward – Cavs’ LeBron James (at Phoenix, 10PM ET) $11,600
Coming off losses to the Lakers and Clippers, I would expect LeBron to lead Cleveland to a win tonight against a very poor defense. James is a lock for over 50 fantasy points and should be able to push for over 60 points today. LeBron won’t have anyone to stop him, so expect him to push for a triple-double.
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Power Forward – Wizards’ Markieff Morris (vs. Minnesota, 7PM ET) $5,300
Morris is coming off a down game due to some foul trouble, but he had produced over 30 points in his two games prior to that. Morris is scoring in double figures at a steady rate and is high-end on the rebound scale. Against a poor defensive team in Minnesota, the Wizards are likely to see an uptick in offense. Look for Morris to get back to his 30+ production tonight.
Center – Mavericks’ Nerlens Noel (at New York, 7:30PM ET) $3,800
A cheap option for tonight’s lineup is Noel. He has put up at least 24 fantasy points in his last two games and getting more chances on the floor due to his recent play. New York is somewhat in tank mode and that leaves the door open for Noel to have another big game. He has pushed for double-doubles in his last two games and I think he will do the same tonight in a good matchup.