Saturday's NBA DFS Pick
The NBA Schedule for Saturday, March 31, 2018 features just three night games. Here are some NBA Daily Fantasy options to consider 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 – Celtics’ Terry Rozier (vs. Toronto, 7:30PM ET) $6,700
With injuries to Kyrie Irving and Marcus Smart, Rozier is seeing extended minutes and been able to produce. He put up 57.25 fantasy points at Sacramento last weekend and can do something similar if he finds his shot. He has missed double-digit shots in each of his last two games, but still has combined for 60 fantasy points. If his shot is falling, he can put up a very big number.
Shooting Guard – Nets’ Caris LeVert (at Miami, 8PM ET) $5,100
LeVert has been playing consistent lately, scoring over 20 fantasy points in his last 10 games, with four being over 30 points. Today LeVert faces off with the Heat and he is averaging over 30 fantasy points against Miami this season. LeVert has been getting steady minutes for the tanking Nets and I think he will perform over value tonight.
Small Forward – Warriors’ Kevin Durant (at Sacramento, 10PM ET) $10,900
Durant was on his way to a big game in his return on Thursday night before he lost his cool and got ejected after 17 minutes of play. I would expect Durant to be the top fantasy scorer tonight as the injury-plagued Warriors are facing the Kings. Durant put up 33 against the Kings in the first meeting this season and I can see even more tonight.
Power Forward – Celtics’ Greg Monroe (vs. Toronto, 7:30PM ET) $5,600
Monroe is a steady bench guy for the Celtics and has managed to post over 30 fantasy points in three of his last five games despite only playing around 20 minutes. Boston is dealing with some injury concerns from Al Horford and Marcus Morris, so if they can’t play that means even more time for Monroe.
Center – Raptors’ Jonas Valanciunas (at Boston, 7:30PM ET) $6,400
Similar to Monroe, Valanciunas is producing under limited minutes. He has scored at least 30 fantasy points in four straight without going more than 23 minutes. Tonight he gets to compete against a Boston team that has been amongst the worst in the league against centers. I think Valanciunas is primed for some solid numbers once again.