Wednesday's NBA DFS Predictions
The NBA Playoffs tonight actually feature four games. Here’s our NBA Daily Fantasy suggestions for a busy playoff schedule on Wednesday.
Point Guard – Jazz’ Ricky Rubio (at Oklahoma City, 9:30PM ET) $7,500
Rubio was supposed to get shutdown in Game 4, but still had 13 points with eight assists and six rebounds. Given his price compared to others, I think he has great upside. He put up 64.25 fantasy points in Game 3 and had 37 or more in the two games at OKC. I think he has another strong game tonight.
Shooting Guard – Cavs’ Kyle Korver (vs. Indiana, 7PM ET) $4,300
In the two games the Cavs have won in this series, Korver has been a big part. He had 18 points in Game 4’s victory. He has logged over 20 minutes in the last three games of the series. Given his cheap price, he should be able to go well over value tonight.
Small Forward – Thunder’s Paul George (vs. Utah, 9:30PM ET) $8,000
George has been the most consistent offensive option for OKC in this series. He has scored at least 18 points in all four games, including two games with over 30 points. He also had a double-double in one of the games. George has put up at least 40 fantasy points in three of the four games and I think he will continue to be the offensive force with the series returning home.
Power Forward – Raptors’ Serge Ibaka (vs. Washington, 7PM ET) $5,700
Ibaka had lackluster showing in the two games at Washington, both losses for the Raptors. However, in Games 1 and 2 at Toronto he put up 76.75 fantasy points. He had a double-double in Game 1 and a near double-double in Game 2. Toronto has to get back to what worked early in the season tonight and I like him to really perform well.
Center – Jazz’ Rudy Gobert (at Oklahoma City, 9:30PM ET) $7,000
Gobert has really been coming on over the last three games, scoring at least 34.5 fantasy points in Games 2-4, including two over 40 points. He has had a double-double in each as he has gotten more aggressive on the glass. The Jazz have won all three games during his surge, so there is no reason to believe they would go away from him.