NBA: Sunday DFS Resourceful Plays

 Sunday’s NBA DFS Resourceful Plays… 

Houston Rockets LogoJosh Smith – Josh also carries a nice price tag and helps with your flexibility. Josh has been downright terrible for his fantasy backers, but he crushed the Wolves last time out with 16 points and 11 assists at just 5.5k at FanDuel.

Brooklyn Nets LogoBojan Bogdonovich – With Thad Young out and Deron Williams unlikely to play due to illness we like the young sharpshooter to get 25+ minutes. He is only 4k at FanDuel, so he is a real good value there.

Brooklyn Nets LogoMason Plumlee – Should be a bit under-the-radar, as he got a start last time out against CLE, finishing with just 11.6 FPs in 24 minutes.

Brooklyn Nets LogoJarrett Jack – A bit pricy for a backup at 5.4k at FD, while 4.6k at DK. If Deron Williams is out, we are immediately interested, however, in Jack. He truly has been worth his price, beating projections in nine of his last 10. He is a sound cash game play on this day.

Brooklyn Nets LogoBrook Lopez – BroLo versus the Lakers sounds like another big day for the BKN center. We like him to get around 40 fantasy points for his 8.2k at FanDuel. He has had a couple of fantasy nights of 54 and 65 points over the last five games. He had 22-14 last time out against the Lakers just last month with his value in that game at 6.6k, while now it is 8.2k.

Brooklyn Nets LogoJoe Johnson – Johnson could get nearly 30 fantasy points on Sunday vs. LAL, but he has had many a disappointing outing this month. He did have 20 points against the Cavs last game, along with nine assists.

Minnesota Timberwolves LogoZach LaVine – With his price and minutes he has to be considered, although he had a poor outing last time out. He was going strong back when he was a big discount and getting last-minute starts for Rubio. Since he has been playing extensive minutes, he has failed to meet projections in three of his last six games.

Minnesota Timberwolves LogoGorgui Dieng – Not a great matchup for Dieng against New Orleans, but the minutes are there. He has been inconsistent, but put up over 40 fantasy points last game against HOU, as the Wolves have been short-handed.

Minnesota Timberwolves LogoAndrew Wiggins – At this price and the minutes, he is a must consider, as he has played 48, 48 and 41 minutes over his last three games, getting over 20 points and 34 FPs in each game.

Minnesota Timberwolves LogoChase Budinger – He is pretty much a lock for the lineups, but he’s now up to 5k. He has outproduced projection by a wide margin in 11 straight games.

New Orleans Hornets LogoAnthony Davis – Davis goes up against MIN, where he is expected to get more than 50 fantasy points. He still has the upside to go higher and rarely falls incredibly short.

New Orleans Hornets LogoOmer Asik – Omer should have a nice game, as MIN is ranked 20th vs center position. Asik should get a double-double on Sunday, but he has struggled to meet projections over the last two games.

New Orleans Hornets LogoEric Gordon – After putting up a tremendous consistent run of fantasy outings, he has failed miserably in four of his last five games. His dismal performances over the last two following a benching at the start of the game three games back at LAC for missing a team meeting. Gordon will look to get back on track tonight against the shorthanded TWolves.

Los Angeles Clippers LogoBlake Griffin – Griffin goes up against BOS after falling short of his projection in two-straight games to start this road trip due to blowouts. He should get around 40 FPs in this one for 8.7k at FanDuel

Los Angeles Clippers LogoJ.J. Reddick – J.J. hasn’t scored less than 15 points since March 2. He is really safe for cash against Boston tonight. He has been one of the best fantasy performers in the league this month dollar-for-dollar.

Los Angeles Clippers LogoChris Paul – He should be fine, but prefer cheaper at PG. We can expect over 40 FPs from Paul, but it will cost you 10.5k at FD.

Los Angeles Clippers LogoDeAndre Jordan – Could have a good matchup at BOS, but there is better value at the center position for less. DeAndre has met or exceeded his expectation in six-straight games.

Cleveland Cavaliers LogoJ.R. Smith – J.R. should have a good game against Philly, but he is a streaky as they come fantasy-wise. We’re expecting Lebron James to be a facilitator tomorrow and Smith could be the benefactor of that against Philly.

Cleveland Cavaliers LogoKevin Love – Blowout potential could scare off fantasy backers on Love, but in two games against PHL this season, Love has averaged 17 points and 17 rebounds.

Cleveland Cavaliers LogoKyrie Irving – Kyrie should have a big game tomorrow going against Philly. He has been consistent, but the potential for blowout is there so caution. Irving has failed his backers only one time over the last nine games and the Cavs are returning home for this one.

Memphis Grizzlies LogoCourtney Lee – CLee could receive minutes at the bare minimum price, however he has been awful. Tony Allen could be out, so that does give Lee the bump. We have him for 20 FPs at a bargain price.

Detroit Pistons LogoKentavious Caldwell-Pope – KCP is pretty good right now, so we might check him out again at Miami tonight. He could get 25 FPs and hasn’t been a disappointment, getting six-straight at par-or-better.

Oklahoma City Thunder LogoEnes Kanter – The Oklahoma City center goes up against PHX and we can expect around 35 fantasy points. Kanter has been one of the best values in fantasy, meeting or beating projection in nine of his last 10. Center is tough on FanDuel with all the options.

Oklahoma City Thunder LogoSteven Adams – You can even go down to Adams pretty safely if you need to, as he had 28 FPs last time out and could get there again at PHX on Sunday.

Phoenix Suns LogoMarcus Morris – Morris is inexpensive and that is going to be a big help on this card, especially since we can count on Marcus to get nearly 30 FPs. He was stellar last time out at home against POR with 19 points and 12 rebounds. He is the value at PF with 38 or more FPs in three of four. A little risky concerning Brandon Knight’s status as that could push him out of the starting lineup, but Marcus has earned his minutes.