It is officially the weekend and we are here to get the party started early on this St. Patty’s day weekend with loads of GPP tournaments across the industry that we will get you prepped for with our fanduel fantasy rankings. We have 10 games tonight and we will give you a breakdown of what we feel are the best games to target and the best players to target from those games. We subscribe to the multiple GPP lineups school of thought. We diversify a number of GPP type lineups and then choose our best one to use in all of our heads up and 50/50 games. This heads up lineup is one that we feel has a higher floor and may not have as much potential as other lineups but is the most stacked and consistent lineup that we enter into our tournaments.
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Stephen Curry – His price has come down somewhat do to the quadriceps injury news but I think he is in a very good spot tonight to take advantage of his price discrepancy. If you are a believer in birthday games then it should be noted that it is also his 26th birthday. With no Klay Thompson I think he picks up a lot of the scoring and I believe this game will be closer than the 9.5 spread indicates. With all that in mind I think it is the perfect night to capitalize on his reduced price.
Kemba Walker – The CHA vs MIN game looks like the game to target tonight as a number of the higher O/Us have huge blowout potential. Everyone knows Walker plays much better at home and in this uptempo game he is a player that you need to have some exposure too tonight.
Damian Lillard – Lamarcus Aldridge has already been ruled out and if POR is going to keep up with NO tonight Lillard will need to have a big game. And with his reduced price on Fanduel he should be heavily owned in all GPP tournaments.
Lance Stephenson – Tends to see more run with the second unit then the rest of the Pacers starters so even with the looming blowout he could still see some solid minutes tonight. Hasn’t been performing the best but a date with the 76ers usually cures that up for most players.
Gerald Henderson – His price has taken a gigantic hit and rightfully so do to injury but now that he is back starting in what should be an uptempo fast paced game against a very weak defender (Kevin Martin). I see him having no problems accumulating fantasy points tonight.
Harrison Barnes – Appears to be drawing the start for Klay Thompson and against the weak backcourt defense of the Cavaliers he should have plenty of room to maneuver. Has all the talent in the world and at near min price (4000) some exposure to him is required as long as he gets the start.
Kawhi Leonard – is about as consistent as they come from a fantasy perspective as he just accumulates peripheral stats like very few players can. Also the least likely player to get Popped on the Spurs rotation so for as long as this game stays competitive Leonard should be on the floor.
Kris Humphries – He didn’t set the world on fire on Wednesday but 26 fantasy points for only $4800 is so beneficial to help load up your lineups with some top end talent. I expect that to be around his floor and will be rostering him heavily again tonight as long as he is still starting.
Thomas Robinson – Showed that he can step up and put up respectable numbers with Aldridge out and tonight he gets another opportunity. His price isn’t as low as it was the first time Aldridge went out but he should still have plenty of opportunities tonight.
Robin Lopez – Put up fantastic numbers the last time Aldridge took a break and that trend should continue again tonight. Offers by far the most upside for a midrange value at center tonight.
Roy Hibbert – Yes I may have a death wish with this pick but fortunate favors the brave. At only 5k his price is just way to cheap for the amount of production he is capable of tonight. No Bynum to eat up his minutes and I think this is a significant price discrepancy that needs to be taken advantage of.