We have a three-game NBA DFS main slate on Saturday, March 2nd, on DraftKings and FanDuel. We have plenty of stars with Kevin Durant, Nikola Jokic, Anthony Davis, and LeBron James taking the floor. Things are getting interesting around the league as the playoff push continues for plenty of teams. We only have two teams on the main slate on back-to-backs and they're both on the front end.

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Pace definition: Pace is the total number of possessions a team uses in a game.

*key* Green is elite pace of play, Blue is decent pace of play, & Red is slow pace of play.

Green = Fast Paced team

Blue = Neutral Paced team

Red = Slow Paced team

Defensive Ratings

NBA Game Totals

Top Tier Core Plays

Nikola Jokic, Denver Nuggets

Jokic kind of coasted through the last two games on a fantasy level and yet, Denver's won both games. Both Jamal Murray and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope are questionable, and he could turn it back up against the Lakers here. He's nearly at 2 FP/min without Murray this year. He's averaged 65 DKP/game vs. LAL this year.

Anthony Davis, Los Angeles Lakers

Davis has been the better of the two from a fantasy perspective this season between he and LeBron James and I have no issues getting to either. Davis is 2nd in USG at 27% and 1st in FP/min, 1.5. AD can get his against Jokic.

Devin Booker, Phoenix Suns

With Bradley Beal back, it's been clear that Devin Booker is the number one option amongst their big three. Booker has a 28.7% USG and 1.28 FP/min, which leads the team. Kevin Durant's at 22% USG and Beal's at 19.5%.

Mid-Tier Core Plays

Anfernee Simons & Jerami Grant, Portland Trail Blazers

Both guys had really bad games on Friday, but let's look past that considering the blowout nature of it. The Blazers are still short-handed. Both players are at 1.04 FP/min with everyone out that's out and Simons has a 31.4% USG and Grant's is 28.5%.

Jamal Murray, Denver Nuggets

The last time Murray was this cheap was the Christmas Day slate so if he suits up. He's questionable, so we'll see if he plays, but Murray has averaged 1.23 FP/min and a 28% USG this year. It's a great spot for Murray.

D'Angelo Russell, Los Angeles Lakers

Russell's been a good fantasy producer lately. He's put up 37+ DKP in five of six and seven of nine overall. Russell on the year has been third fiddle, but he spaces the floor extremely well for the Lakers. He has a 23% USG and averages 1.07 FP/min on the year.

Fred VanVleet & Jabari Smith Jr., Houston Rockets

Houston is an awful team on the road so playing either of these guys can be risky, but if the game stays close it's because of both. Both guys are playing monster minutes as FVV's been at 36+ in four straight and Smith's been at 35+ over that span. Smith's put up 37+ DKP in each of those four games too with 4 double-doubles. FVV's gone for 30+ DKP in three of four games.

Value Tier Core Plays

Memphis Grizzlies

I want them to have a designated breakdown. With Luke Kennard & John Konchar potentially available, they'd have 12 going into the game.

Tier 1 options: Vince Williams Jr., Jordan Goodwin, Ziaire Williams

Tier 2 options: Luke Kennard, Santi Aldama, Lamar Stevens, Trey Jemison, Jake LaRavia

Duop Reath, Portland Trailblazers

Reath smashed in his 23 minutes last night, which is no surprise given what Memphis has in their front court right now. He's in line to start again with Ayton out and missed the final 16 minutes because of the blowout.

Toumani Camara, Portland Trailblazers

Camara is seemingly going to play high 20's, low 30's minutes in a competitive game but with the game well in hand last night, he checked out in the third quarter and never returned. He's a good rebounder and Memphis struggles mightily on that end of the floor. I like Camara in tournaments.

Dalano Banton, Portland Trailblazers

What's interesting about Banton's rotations from last night is that he played 10 minutes in each half, but no garbage time. Makes you wonder if he can play as well as he did yesterday, will he close? There's a chance. His 21% USG with everyone out is very respectable and he's a great rebounder

Late-News Core Play & News Section

*Section for players we are considering “core plays” based on late-breaking news & research

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