Keep in mind all prices are based on FanDuel.

Point Guard: $8,800 Kyle Lowry- With Demar Derozan injured, Lowry is now the focal point of the Raptors offense. The past two games he has produced excellent stat lines. Something around 30 points and 10 assists is not out of the picture for Lowry.

Point Guard: $8,800 Damian Lillard- Lillard draws an excellent matchup with the Warriors in what should be a high scoring affair. Steph Curry isn’t the greatest defender, so Lillard should be able to rack up some points and assists.

Shooting Guard: $12,500 James Harden- As long as Eric Gordon is out, Harden has the potential to score 80 fantasy points on any given night. He showed that potential against the Sixers on Friday as he scored over 90 fantasy points. If the game stays close, Harden should be able to get at least 50.

Shooting Guard: $4,000 Seth Curry- At this price point Curry only needs 20 fantasy points to attain 5x value. This pick only makes sense if Wesley Matthews sits out.

Small Forward: $4,100 Sam Dekker-With Eric Gordon sidelined, Dekker has seen extended minutes and has made the most with them. As long as Gordon continues to be sidelined, Dekker is a strong DFS play.

Small Forward: $4,600 Evan Turner- Turner has the ability to garner fantasy points from categories other than just his scoring ability. A player capable of amassing a triple-double on any given night, Turner is practically a lock for 5x value, with potential for 8x or 9x.

Power Forward: $6,900 Markieff Morris- Morris has been playing out of his mind as of late. He was on his way to another 40 fantasy point game on Friday until the game turned into a blowout.

Power Forward: $5,600 Thaddeus Young- Young is yet another player who will benefit with the Pacers facing the Rockets. You can expect 5x value as well as 6x or 7x value.

Center: $4,700 Jahlil Okafor- If Joel Embiid does not play, Okafor should be the starting center. He has excellent potential for this price tag.

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