Joe Harris , SF BKN ($4,200)

Who knows what to really expect from Brooklyn now that we have reached the playoffs? Talent wise there is clearly a lot to like, but they haven’t played together much as a unit and who knows how healthy they will remain throughout the next month-plus. But we are taking things one game at a time here and Harris should benefit from multiple open looks generated by his superstar teammates in the starting lineup. Harris won’t be on a minute limit after missing the last three games of the regular season and he should be good to score in double figures while grabbing five or so rebounds. 

Patrick Beverley , PG LAC ($3,700)

Despite being in the starting lineup, we didn’t see Beverley play much more than a high of about 20 minutes, but I’m thinking today might be different. We are in the playoffs now, and defense is more important than ever so it is a good thing that it happens to be Beverley’s specialty as the Clippers will certainly be game planning around shutting down Luka Doncic . At this price, if we get the 11 points and four assists we saw from Beverley to close out the season on Sunday in 18 minutes, that is a win. 

Carmelo Anthony , SF POR ($3,800)

Anthony will likely be the first man off the bench for Portland, and we know that he can score. He is a one-dimensional player at this point in his career (even more so than he previously was), but Anthony can still score. On the season he averaged 13.4 points per game which was good for 22.2 FD points, and the upside is there if he gets hot. 


Facundo Campazzo, PG/SG DEN ($5,200)

Campazzo plays on both sites, but we get him for $200 less on DK, so that is where our emphasis will be. He remains in the starting lineup for the playoffs, and the guard comes in well rested after playing just 14 minutes on Sunday to finish off the season. To close the season out, Campazzo did struggle from a shooting perspective but the volume will still likely be there; especially from downtown. Portland does struggle against opposing point guards from a DFS perspective, and Campazzo will have his work cut out for him trying to keep up with Damian Lillard but he should score in double figures and pick up six to eight assists.  

Dwight Powell , C DAL ($3,800)

With just four games today, it will be difficult to fill the center position (beyond the obvious), so why not look to save some money? Powell will start once again for Dallas after closing out the regular season strong scoring just six points but adding seven rebounds and a surprising eight assists. I wouldn’t go chasing the assists, but it wouldn’t be surprising to see him reach double figures in either points or rebounds, if not both, as he has flirted with both marks this month. 

Kendrick Nunn , PG MIA ($4,800)

As we enter today’s action, Nunn isn’t on Miami’s injury report. With that being said, I would look for him to fall right back into what we saw out of him to close out the regular season. In his last five games, Nunn scored 17.2 points per game while grabbing four rebounds and handing out two assists in 29 minutes of action. Against Milwaukee a week ago, Nunn put up 31 points and there is clear offensive upside here in what figures to be a high scoring game.