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If Davis is active I will likely go in that direction as he is cheaper than Cousins and will likely have lower ownership in GPPs coming off an injury. Next 1 of 3 Prev post. The purpose of this column is to first identify key building blocks that can be used for any roster construction and then identify pivot points to help differentiate your lineup in hopes of a big payday! NBA FanDuel – Top Point Guard Picks

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He continues to see heavy minutes with Danilo Gallinari sidelined. Johnson is more of an all-around role player defense, length, intangibles than an efficient offensive fantasy commodity. Playing up in pace against the Lakers seems like a nice situation for Johnson to thrive. Most DFS enthusiasts will live in the upper-tier or bargain territory at power forward tonight.

In other words, Aaron Gordon will likely hold a lower-than-deserved ownership rate due to lineup configuration. Gordon has always possessed capable upside with stat-stuffing ability. He has a reasonable chance to produce similar fantasy totals to Griffin, Green, and Aldridge for a fraction of the cost. Playing time has been a problem for Mejri, sometimes seeing single-digit minutes. However, the Mavericks will need to play bigger against the San Antonio frontline of Aldridge and Gasol.

That could lead Mejri to somewhere in the neighborhood of 20 minutes. He has played 20 or more minutes in three games this season, notching fantasy totals of 34, 39, and 33 FP respectively. To search for a player use one of two formats: Click to close or press Esc. If Williams can get his shot to drop in this contest he should have little trouble reaching that 5x return we are looking for.

In sports there are no sure things, but Giannis is about as close as it gets these days. He is a lock for 60 FP and is priced appropriately but he is worth it. Antetokounmpo just faced the Celtics last week and put up If Brown can avoid the fouls in this game, there is a chance we see him hit the mark.

Barnes has seen his scoring drop off a bit from his breakout season which saw him average So far this season he is averaging just 16 points per game but I blame that on his trouble with the three-point shot as he is shooting just percent from beyond the arc through five games this season after shooting percent from deep for his career.

The price tag on Barnes is reasonable and he has a pretty safe floor of 25 FP. I think Barnes is a decent cash games option tonight and if he can get a few more of those three-pointers to drop will find himself exceeding that 5x return. Many were counting on a breakout game from Prince on Monday and he delivered, scoring a season best 20 points with seven rebounds, two assists and three steals for 35 FP on DK and Turner has been a very reliable DFS player to own this season having put up no less than 25 FP in any contest this season while hitting over 5x value in three of four games this season.

He has played over 30 minutes in each of the last three contests and this is a game where he should again see plenty of floor time at both shooting guard and small forward. Griffin has absolutely torched the Trail Blazers during his career and while Portland does now have Jusuf Nurkic to provide some presence in the paint they still do not have anybody that can consistently body up Griffin.

He is averaging just under 50 FP a game this season and with Anthony Davis questionable to play tonight he is the top priced power forward on the slate. This is a player I am going to have a lot of shares of tonight as Markkanen has been impressive over the first three games of his career, averaging Collins is coming off back-to-back double-double performances which is pretty impressive.

The Hawks need to unleash this kid so DFS players can truly benefit from his skill set. This usually means you rendered a different component type or props on the client from the one on the server, or your render methods are impure. React cannot handle this case due to cross-browser quirks by rendering at the document root. You should look for environment dependent code in your components and ensure the props are the same client and server side: This generally means that you are using server rendering and the markup generated on the server was not what the client was expecting.

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