Sunday's NBA DFS Picks
The NBA Schedule for Sunday, April 1, 2018 features nine night games. Here are some NBA Daily Fantasy options to consider for today’s slate.
*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 – Pistons’ Reggie Jackson (at Brooklyn, 6PM ET) $5,700
Jackson is now back in the Pistons’ lineup and has logged over 25 minutes in three straight. He also has scored over 25 fantasy points in his last three. I expect things to be even better against this poor Nets defense tonight. Jackson is a solid play for a cheap price.
Shooting Guard – Nets’ Caris LeVert (vs. Detroit, 6PM ET) $5,400
Thanks to OT last night, LeVert was able to put up 52.5 fantasy points against the Heat. While you can’t count on OT tonight, LeVert still has been over value as of late with increased minutes toward the end of the season. LeVert can score and also racks up assists and rebounds.
Small Forward – Suns’ Josh Jackson (at Golden State, 8:30PM ET) $7,400
Jackson has been a great play recently. He is consistently getting at least 35 minutes on the floor and has produced over 33 fantasy points in seven of his last nine and four straight. Against the Warriors, who lack in a strong defense, I would expect Jackson to have another big game.
Power Forward – Pelicans’ Anthony Davis (vs. Oklahoma City, 6PM ET)
Davis is coming off a disappointing showing against Cleveland on Friday, but he has performed very well against the Thunder. In two games, he is averaging 39.5 points and 12.5 rebounds per contest against OKC. Look for him to lead the way again tonight for the Pelicans.
Center – Hawks’ DeWayne Dedmon (vs. Orlando, 6PM ET) $5,500
Dedmon continues to get increased minutes and has posted over 29 fantasy points in six of his last seven games. That includes 37.25 points on Friday against the 76ers. Tonight he gets to face an Orlando team that has struggled against opposing frontcourt foes. I like Dedmon to push for over 30 fantasy points again.