Sunday's NBA DFS Picks
The NBA Daily Fantasy schedule for Sunday features just three night games. Here are some suggested plays for tonight’s action.
*Be sure to check your lineup before the start of the 6PM ET games. There have been some guys pulled due to rest lately that we can’t plan for.
Point Guard – Suns’ Tyler Ulis (vs. Golden State, 9PM ET) $6,800
Ulis has been playing really well in extended minutes for the Suns lately and Phoenix has a lot of injuries today that should allow Ulis to be the focal point of the offense. With the injuries to Golden State as well, I see Ulis having a big night against the Warriors.
Shooting Guard – Jazz’ Joe Ingles (at L.A. Lakers, 6PM ET) $6,400
Ingles is just a steady play that doesn’t cost a lot of money. He has scored 32.25 fantasy points in each of his last two games and has been over 30 fantasy points in seven of his last 10 contests. Today he faces a lackluster defense in the Lakers. He just recorded 13 points and 7 assists against them earlier in the week.
Small Forward – Magic’s Mario Hezonja (at Toronto, 6PM ET) $5,600
Hezonja seems like the best option at small forward due to so many injuries involving this position tonight. While he isn’t going to wow you, he is getting double-digit field goal attempts in seven of his last 10 games and has over 27 minutes of time on the floor in seven of his last 10. I think he can produce well over his salary tonight against the Raptors.
Power Forward – Lakers’ Julius Randle (vs. Utah, 6PM ET) $7,600
Again, with limited options and a lot of injuries factoring in, Randle may be the top-scoring option in fantasy tonight. Randle has been very productive when logging big minutes and he definitely has double-double potential.
Center – Raptors’ Serge Ibaka (vs. Orlando, 6PM ET) $5,900
Ibaka has been inconsistent this season, but he has at least 31 fantasy points in five straight games. Tonight he faces an Orlando team with nothing to play for and dealing with some injuries in the frontcourt. I think Ibaka can have a nice productive game and score in double figures while grabbing a handful of rebounds and steals.