Blake Griffin , BKN PF/C ($4,900)

It looks like the Nets and Griffin are ramping up his minutes in preparation for the postseason because in each of the last three games, he’s played 27+ minutes. In two of those contests he’s put up 30+ DKP which he’s managed to do three times in five outings. He likely starts at center once again here against a bottom-five interior defense. No reason to think his role changes before the end of the year.

Ignas Brazdeikis , ORL PF ($3,600)

The Magic have eight guys already ruled out and if Wendell Carter Jr. doesn’t play, that marks nine. Brazdeikis has been entrenched in the ORL rotation recently, topping 30 minutes in three-of-four and 24+ minutes in four straight. He’s put up 20+ DKP in three-of-four and with this game likely not competitive, Brazdeikis will find himself playing 30 minutes once again.

Jalen Harris, TOR SG ($3,100)

The Raptors are tanking and they don’t care who knows. They’re officially out of the playoff picture which means more run for Harris. He played 29 minutes last time out and scored a career-high 16 actual points and put up 32 DKP. He took 12 shots during his time on the floor, but also stuffed the stat sheet in the assists and rebounds categories as well.


Malachi Flynn, TOR PG ($5,000)

Look, it’s easy to head to Toronto for value on this slate. Flynn will start with Kyle Lowry out and he’s been tremendous without him this year. Without Lowry, Van Vleet, Siakam and Anunoby this year, Flynn has a 27.8% USG rate. He shouldn’t be priced this low. There’s no reason for it. Take advantage while we still can!

Gary Trent Jr., TOR SG ($4,900)

After missing six straight games, Trent has started and played 36 minutes in each of the last two contests, putting up 28.7 and 32.1 FDP in each. He’s scored 18 and 25 actual points as well. Look, everyone is out for Toronto. With FVV, Lowry, Siakam and Anunoby off the floor, Trent has a 30% USG and averages 1.16 FP/min. No reason he should be priced below 5K on any site.

Kent Bazemore , GSW SF ($4,700)

He’s continuing to start with Kelly Oubre sidelined and Bazemore has been very productive on the floor, notching 28+ FDP in three-of-six games and has topped 21 in four of the six. He’s a bit inconsistent, which makes him a GPP option only. It’s a very tough match-up against Phoenix but GSW needs wins and Bazemore is going to be on the floor for 30+ minutes here once again.