Daily Fantasy Basketball Playbook for 2/28.
Mark Kaplan breaks down the best NBA DFS plays for Saturday February 28, 2015. Helping you set your lineup and win in daily fantasy hoops
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It doesn't get much better than daily fantasy basketball on a Saturday. Eric Bledsoe, Greg Monroe, and Andre Drummond are the top plays tonight. John Wall is also a good option, but his price tag is expensive on Fanduel. There are plenty of value options that will allow you to get a couple of the high priced players in your lineup.
Reggie Jackson continues to be a great play at his price range and he'll have a huge game if his shot is falling. Deron Williams is a good play that not a lot of people will have tonight. Eric Bledsoe is worth spending up on because he has a high floor and has the ability to put up huge games. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope continues to produce quality games and he doesn't cost that much. The artist formerly known as Bill "Sky" Walker (Henry) is getting consistent minutes for the Heat and is a superb punt option on Aces.
There are only a few options worth using at small forward tonight. Kawhi Leonard is the number one option at the position and it helps that he doesn't cost that much. P.J. Tucker is a solid number two small forward on Fanduel. The power forward position is loaded tonight as Greg Monroe and Derrick Favors are great plays. Zach Randolph and Tim Duncan are too expensive for my liking. Andrea Bargnani is a great value option, especially since he is playing his former team, but don't expect another performance like he had last night. The center position is also loaded as there are great options at multiple price ranges. Andre Drummond is the best of the top-tier options, Marcin Gortat is a great mid-tier play, and Alex Len continues to be under priced on Fanduel and Aces.
Here is the Daily Fantasy Basketball Playbook for February 28th:
|Reggie Jackson||Pistons||4,800||6,100||6,100||Good floor and high ceiling.|
|John Wall||Wizards||6,300||9,100||8,600||Not a fan of his price tag, but he should reach 40 FP|
|Langston Galloway||Knicks||4,600||5,300||5,200||Solid low-tier option on FD/DK|
|Deron Williams||Nets||4,750||6,100||6,400||Nice mid-tier play for cash games. Like Rubio more if you can afford him.|
|Eric Bledsoe||Suns||5,700||8,900||8,200||Could finish the night as the #1 fantasy point producer|
|Kentavious Caldwell-Pope||Pistons||4,200||5,100||4,400||Has at least 30 FP in 3 straight games & is averaging 31 FP in 2 games vs WSH|
|Henry Walker||Heat||3,000||4,200||3,500||Superb punt play (especially on Aces) that is averaging 23 FP in the last 2 games|
|Joe Johnson||Nets||4,850||6,300||5,900||Contrarian GPP option|
|Kawhi Leonard||Spurs||5,450||7,100||7,000||Easily the best option at the position|
|P.J. Tucker||Suns||4,000||5,100||5,600||Love his low price tag on Aces/FD|
|Luol Deng||Heat||4,800||6,300||5,900||Safe mid-tier play on DK|
|Greg Monroe||Pistons||5,650||7,600||7,900||Averaging 39 FP vs WSH this season|
|Derrick Favors||Jazz||5,150||7,500||7,400||Has another great matchup and is still cheap on Aces|
|Andrea Bargnani||Knicks||3,700||4,000||3,800||Superb punt play option|
|Andre Drummond||Pistons||5,900||8,200||7,800||Has at least 44 FP on DK in 3 out of the past 4 games|
|Marcin Gortat||Wizards||4,650||5,500||5,200||Good cash game option that is averaging 40 FP vs DET this season|
|Alex Len||Suns||4,400||5,100||5,400||Will get close to a double-double with a couple of blocks|
|Brook Lopez||Nets||5,200||6,900||6,400||Contrarian GPP option that gets a boost if T. Chandler is out|