Friday's NBA DFS Predictions
The NBA Schedule for Friday, March 30, 2018 features another nine games. Here’s some suggested NBA Daily Fantasy picks for tonight’s action.
*Be sure to check your lineup before the start of the 7PM ET games. There have been some guys pulled due to rest lately that we can’t plan for.
Point Guard – Hawks’ Isaiah Taylor (vs. Philadelphia, 7:30PM ET) $4,800
Taylor has been getting more minutes lately due to injuries stacking up for the Hawks. Schroder is considered doubtful for tonight’s game, which means Taylor can once again produce well over value. He has 70.25 fantasy points over his last two games and I think he can push for another 35 tonight.
Shooting Guard – 76ers’ Markelle Fultz (at Atlanta, 7:30PM ET)
Another way to save up for a big play tonight is to go with Fultz. While he’s being worked in slowly, he has been productive in his two games since returning from injury. He has over 50 fantasy points while playing a total of just 28 minutes. Should Fultz get extended minutes, he’s only going to keep producing more.
Small Forward – Jazz’ Joe Ingles (vs. Memphis, 9PM ET) $6,100
Ingles continues to have a low price despite being someone that can easily get to 30+ fantasy points. Ingles is a consistent double-figure scorer and he also is good for a handful of rebounds and assists each game. Tonight the Jazz host the Grizzlies, a team that has become a defensive mess as the team is tanking. I look for Ingles to pick up a great stat line tonight.
Power Forward – Cavs’ LeBron James (vs. New Orleans, 8PM ET) $11,800
I won’t lie and say LeBron seems to have his worst games when I pick him. However, it’s hard to stay away from him in this game. James has scored over 64 fantasy points in seven of his last nine games. Saying he would vote for himself for MVP also seemed to give him a boost against Charlotte and could do the same tonight against the Pelicans. James is always a triple-double threat and the Cavs need a win with just ½ a game separating them from the 5 seed.
Center – Suns’ Marquese Chriss (at Houston, 8PM ET) $4,800
Chriss has scored in double figures in six straight games and is getting a chance to show what he can do as the season winds down. The Suns have some injury issues in the frontcourt and tonight could be a quick blowout by the Rockets, so Chriss could see extended minutes once again. He put up 39.25 fantasy points over 30 minutes against the Clippers on Wednesday, so I like him to really produce over value tonight.