DraftKings NBA Fantasy Picks: March 11th 2016

March 11, 2016
DraftKings NBA Fantasy Picks: March 11th 2016 March 11, 2016 Fantasy Sport

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We’re back with some more NBA draft picks for the 10 game slate tonight starting at 19:00 EST.

The 10 game slate consists of the following matches:

Brooklyn Nets vs Philadelphia 76ers (19:00 EST)
Detroit Pistons vs Charlotte Hornets (19:00 EST)
Houston Rockets vs Boston Celtics (19:30 EST)
Minnesota Timberwolves vs Oklahoma City Thunder (20:00 EST)
Miami Heat vs Chicago Bulls (20:00 EST)
New Orleans Pelicans vs Memphis Grizzlies (20:00 EST)
Washington Wizards vs Utah Jazz (21:00 EST)
Orlando Magic vs Sacramento Kings (22:00 EST)
Portland Trail Blazers vs Golden State Warriors (22:30 EST)
New York Knicks vs Los Angeles Clippers (22:30 EST)

Since the last time we have seen some more crazy 400+ scores taking down GPP’s and some more normal back to earth days where 340 was a top score. With a ten game slate tonight, I think we’re gonna see huge numbers again, so let’s get some of those picks to get us to the top of the leaderboard.

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Isaiah Thomas (Houston Rockets vs Boston Celtics) – $7,300

isaiah thomas

If you don’t feel like paying up for the elite PG’s tonight, Thomas could be a fairly solid mid range option.

He has been putting up consistent FPS as of late and a matchup against the rather leaky Rockets defence should allow him to put up another big score.

He hasn’t scored below 32 FPS for 5 games.

His value is around 35 FPS we should feel confident in drafting him.

Vince Carter (New Orleans Pelicans vs Memphis Grizzlies) – $4,600

vince carter

Despite his salary sky rocketing over the last few nights, I think there is still value left in selecting Carter. With Memphis’s injury list growing further still, they have had to rely on Carter the last few games, resulting in his minutes being almost 12 over his season average.

Despite his age, he still has an eye for the basket and can throw 3’s for fun. Since being called upon he has scored 29 and 38 FPS, and for him to make value at his price tag we would need around 24 FPS, so as long as all the Grizzlies are still out, Carter remains a viable play.

Forwards

Aaron Gordon (Orlando Magic vs Sacramento Kings) – $6,700

aaron gordonThis is a risky play given some of his performances as of late, but I think this could be a good spot to roster Gordon.

He has had 2 terrible performances in his last 3, which have burnt a lot of people as he was on such a good run of form his ownership percentage was through the roof.

Now, we are hoping a lot of people will be too hesitant to draft him again in fear of another bad night, but a game against the 30th worst defence against PF’s is too good to pass up on.

His price has also dropped slightly from those bad performances, so maybe tonight is a great time to consider drafting the the Orlando forward.

Centres

Brook Lopez (Brooklyn Nets vs Philadelphia 76ers)- $7,800

brook lopez2 of the worst teams in the league square up tonight, and the best pick of the game is Brook Lopez.

He single handedly carried his team against the Raptors, scoring a huge 60 FPS on the night.

He should find it much easier against a poor 76ers defence, so another big night isn’t out of the question.

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