By Ramon Scott, @rsstreams
Cleveland, Washington and Houston can complete four-game opening-round sweeps in the NBA on Sunday, as the DFS All Day card consists of four games, including the all-of-a-sudden reeling Clippers, against a San Antonio team ramping up to its standard postseason form.
Kawhi Leonard has been the most complete player so far in the playoffs. The defensive player of the year has been doing it in all departments fantasy-wise, including on offense.
Meanwhile, in a game with an expected total from oddsmakers of 220 points, fantasy giants James Harden and Dwight Howard can close out fading Dallas in the nightcap.
Kevin Love ranks as our other top-level target, as he has averaged 33 fantasy points in the series so far.
Otto Porter – Otto has been on many a winning fantasy ticket in this series, after putting up over 27.5 fantasy points in each of the last two games. He has played pretty much exactly 33 minutes in all three games so this seems Otto-matic here.
Marcin Gortat – Marcin won us plenty of dough for sure on Friday, so we have to back him again at what seems to be a huge value in this matchup. He has over 50 fantasy points last game and his shooting profile has dramatically increased in each game.
Paul Pierce – Did Paul have us worried in the first half last game, well yes, but he still almost made his projection, finishing with 18 points. He is not doing much else right now, but this is the if necessary guy at this price on Sunday.
Dirk Nowitzki – Dirk went out firing in the game three loss, so no reason to think he won’t take close to 20 shots again tonight in this shootout. He also is averaging over nine rebounds in the series.
Al-Farouq Aminu – With nearly 27 fantasy points in the last two games, Al has paid nice dividends. You are going to need someone around this price range. He scoring has increased in all three games of the series.