Wednesday’s Plays of the Day
His price has taken a considerable drop over his last two games, but it was just three games ago where we saw Murray put together a 43+ fantasy point night. He’s facing a Wizards team that is trending just outside the bottom-10 at defending the point guard position. The upside is too promising to pass.
Your guess is as good as mine when it comes to picking the Knicks’ point guard that will play well on any given night. However, Emmanuel Mudiay is considered questionable for tonight’s matchup and if he ultimately sits, Burke could find himself with a solid bump in minutes.
Gary Harris will remain out for the at least a week, which means Barton will continue to get as many minutes as he can handle. He faces a tanking Bulls team whose defense has been one of the league’s worst all season long.
The Raptors will be facing LeBron James and the Cavs without their star player DeMar DeRozan tonight, which means Powell could see his minutes in the mid to high 20’s. He’s a bottom of the barrell play that could be the solution to you taking down a big tournament.
After his price was just at $13,000 a couple days ago and meeting that price point value, the King has seen his price come down. He’s playing at an all-time high right now and I wouldn’t expect him to slow down against a DeRozan-less Raptors team.
There’s a chance that Jrue Holiday could miss his second-consecutive game with an illness. Moore was able to exceed value last night while Holiday was out and I would expect him to do the same tonight, if the same opportunity presents itself.
Kelly Olynyk and James Johnson
These two have been feasting since Hassan Whiteside has been sidelined, yet their prices have yet been raised to their potential. Their prices for today’s slate still remain with a sizeable upside that you have to continue riding the hot hands while they’re this hot.
Whenever you can get a player who’s normally priced in the 9k+ territory for a discount, you have to take advantage. Jordan also has himself a favorable matchup against an undersized John Henson. The Bucks have been fourth worst at defending centers over their last five games.