The fantasy points with be flying fast and furious on Tuesday night with nearly all of the six NBA games expected to be 200 or even more, according to oddsmakers.
The game that really stands out, however, is the San Antonio at Oklahoma City game with a posted overnight total of 215.
With the Spurs favored by 5 1/2 points, they are expected to score nearly 110 points against the Thunder tonight on the road.
Spurs’ star Kawhi Leonard was incredible against Golden State on Sunday, especially defensively, with seven steals and five rebounds, early putting up 50 fantasy points. He is our prime focus in this game.
Russell Westbrook should also have a big night in this high scoring game against Spurs, which is a must-win situation for the Thunder. Russell had 40 points and nearly 70 fantasy points against the Rockets on Sunday for another triple-double.
Enes Kanter is a double-double machine, it seems, as he has meet or beat our expectation in 12 of the last 14 games. He is currently averaging over 18 points and 11 rebounds and is part of our strategy to target the high total of the night.
Anthony Davis, of the Pelicans, actually gets a $200 price drop for this one after failing to meet his outrageous projection for four-straight games until he came up with a par performances at POR three nights ago.
DeMarcus Cousins goes up against Minnesota on Tuesday night, and it will likely be another Boogie night, as we are getting him off an average performance. The final home games of the season have become all about Cousins’ awesome season for the Kings. He has scored at least 70 fantasy points in an incredible four of the last six appearances.
We do not want anything to do with the Clippers or the Warriors despite their lofty team totals expected by oddsmakers, with the possibilities of blowouts (LA is favored by 17 points over the Lakers) and the Warriors could certainly rest players.