Monday's NBA DFS Predictions
The NBA’s Western Conference Finals come to and end tonight. Here’s our NBA Daily Fantasy Predictions for the Rockets and Warriors in Game 7.
In a single game format on DraftKings, players get to selection six options at any position with a $50,000 budget. The winning total from Game 6 was around 220 points. Here’s our six picks for Game 7.
**Note, with Andre Iguodala and Kevon Looney questionable for Golden State and Chris Paul questionable for the Rockets, this roster is assuming none will play.**
Rockets’ James Harden, $14,500: Harden put up 57.75 fantasy points in Game 6 with Chris Paul out of the lineup. Paul is uncertain to play tonight, and if he does, he is likely to be limited. Harden will once again have to carry Houston is the Rockets are going to win.
Warriors’ Stephen Curry, $13,700: Curry has been the consistent force for the Warriors in this series, scoring at least 44 fantasy points over the last four games. He seems to have his legs and his shot back. I think he will find ways to score tonight for Golden State.
Rockets’ Clint Capela, $9,200: Capela hasn’t had a great series, but the Rockets have been at their best in stretches when Capela has been involved in the offense. They won Game 5 when he posted a double-double and won Game 4 when he was just two points shy of another double-double.
Rockets’ Trevor Ariza, $6,400: Arizona had a nice boost in Game 6, putting up 18 shots. He didn’t shoot that well, but I think he will shoot much better at home. If he is able to get a lot of shots again, Ariza should have a big fantasy night.
Warriors’ Jordan Bell, $3,000: Bell could see increased minutes due to the injury issues with Looney and Iguodala both questionable to play tonight. Bell saw 21 minutes of action in Game 6 and that could boost even more in Game 7. If so, that gives him great value for a low price.
Warriors’ Nick Young, $1,700: Young has been used for his defensive help, but has seen more time with the injury problems for Golden State. He logged 16 minutes in Game 6 and I see more of the same in Game 7. He has the potential to hit some 3-pointers or get some transition scoring.