Tonight’s main slate features eleven games with plenty of players to choose from. If you want a lineup that will be updated throughout the day, subscribe to the mailing list.

Point Guard: $9,400 Stephen Curry- Curry draws an excellent matchup with the Denver Nuggets and should be able to capitalize. He can light up at a moments notice, and has the potential to score 60 fantasy points on any given night.

Point Guard: $8,400 Eric Bledsoe- The New Orleans Pelicans have been horrible against opposing point guards, and after sitting out a game due to rest, Bledsoe should be fresh for this game. Another option here is Jrue Holiday, who draws the matchup against Bledsoe. If Emmanuel Mudiay does not play, Jameer Nelson becomes an elite option once again.

Shooting Guard: $5,900 Wesley Matthews- If his last game didn’t turn into a blowout, Matthews would likely have accrued 50 fantasy points. He should have another strong outing against the Boston Celtics.

Shooting Guard: $5,400 Evan Fournier- He has been very streaky since returning from his injury, but he could have an excellent game tonight. Fournier faces the Miami Heat who have been fairly weak against shooting guards.

Small Forward: $4,900 T.J Warren- At this price point it is very simple for Warren to attain 5x value. He should be able to do that and more against the Pelicans.

Small Forward: $6,200 Harrison Barnes- Barnes should be able to score 25-30 points against the Boston Celtics. If he can add some rebounds to those points, he should be good for 6x value.

Power Forward: $5,500 Al-Farouq Aminu- Aminu should benefit from the recent Mason Plume trade. He should get plenty of rebounding opportunities, and is practically a lock for a double-double.

Power Forward: $8,000 Paul Millsap- Millsap should benefit from the increase in pace that the Portland Trailblazers bring. Him achieving 5x value should be fairly simple as he is a very safe play.

Center: $6,200 Steven Adams- Adams has stepped up his game in the absence of Enes Kanter. He should be able to impose his will down low against the Washington Wizards. Another solid play here is Marcin Gortat on the opposite end of the matchup.

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