Wednesday's NBA DFS Picks
The NBA Schedule for Wednesday, March 28, 2018 features another eight games. Here’s some suggested NBA Daily Fantasy picks for tonight’s action.
Point Guard – Blazers’ Shabazz Napier (at Memphis, 8PM ET) $3,800
Damian Lillard will miss tonight’s game due to the birth of his child, the Blazers will need Napier to fill in against a Grizzlies team that has given up. Napier has produced well when put into the starting lineup and I expect that to happen against tonight in Memphis. He has averaged 36.8 fantasy points in seven games as a starter this season.
Shooting Guard – Jazz’ Donovan Mitchell (vs. Boston, 9:30PM ET) $7,500
Mitchell has been a strong fantasy play for weeks. He has put up at least 38 fantasy points in six straight games. When he doesn’t score, he still picks up rebounds, steals and assists. However, he remains a focus of the Utah offense and is finishing up his rookie season on a strong note. Boston is a tougher matchup, but Mitchell will continue to produce while logging big minutes.
Small Forward – Timberwolves’ Andrew Wiggins (vs. Atlanta, 8PM ET) $6,800
Wiggins has been steady for over 30 fantasy points since the Jimmy Butler injury. He has scored at least 31 fantasy points in four straight with two over 38. Tonight Wiggins gets to face the Hawks, who are one of the worst defensive teams in the league. I expect Wiggins to continue to find ways to score while pulling down rebounds.
Power Forward – Nets’ DeMarre Carroll (at Orlando, 7PM ET) $5,800
Carroll hasn’t always been consistent, but he has a favorable matchup tonight against the Magic, who have struggled against small forwards. We can use Carroll in the PF spot tonight for a cheap price as he is averaging over 33 fantasy points against Orlando this season. Look for another 30+ performance tonight.
Center – Grizzlies’ Marc Gasol (vs. Portland, 8PM ET) $7,400
Today’s starting roster provides more options in your flex spots. While you could go more expensive here, I think Gasol has the best value. He is coming off a 54.5-fantasy point performance against Minnesota on Monday and gets to face a Portland team that is without Lillard. Gasol has put up over 50 fantasy points in three of his last four games against the Blazers and I think he can do the same today.