Most of my picks from last night ended up proving very accurate: Draymond Green had a career night, Jameer Nelson had nearly 10x value, and Mike Conley had 43.5 fantasy points. Tonight features a pretty strong seven game slate, which means you need to find a good mix of value and upside.

Point Guard: $5,600 Tyler Johnson- If Dion Waiters doesn’t suit up for a third straight game, Johnson will continue to be a good dfs play. He is a very safe play with a good amount of upside.

Point Guard: $4,400 Jameer Nelson- Emmanuel Mudiay is currently a game-time decision in tonights game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. If he sits out for this one, Nelson should be good for another great game.

Shooting Guard: $12,500 James Harden- This should be a high scoring and past paced game, so I want to make sure I get some exposure in it. His floor is 55 fantasy points, and his ceiling is 90 fantasy points.

Shooting Guard: $5,800 Wesley Matthews- In the absence of Deron Williams, Matthews has really stepped his game up. He is good if you want a conservative play, but there are other options with more upside.

Small Forward: $6,700 Wilson Chandler- Chandler will continue to be an excellent option as long as Danilo Gallinari is sidelined. He should be able to give you around 35 fantasy points.

Small Forward: $4,500 T.J Warren- Warren has been playing great as of late, and should continue that against the Rockets. He is one player who will stand to benefit in the up-tempo nature that this game will present.

Power Forward: $8,000 Draymond Green- At this price point, Green offers a nice blend of safety and potential. He probably won’t have a game quite like the one he had last night, but if he comes anywhere close to that, he will hit value.

Power Forward: $4,700 Ryan Anderson- Even though he has struggled recently, his price is way too low. This could be the game where he turns everything around.

Center: $7,800 Rudy Gobert- Gobert should be able to impose his will down low and control the offensive and defensive glass. Because of this, a 20-20 game is not out of the question.

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