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Utah Jazz guard Jordan Clarkson scored 18 points with five treys in just 14 minutes of a 122-114 loss to the Mavericks. It's a shame that Utah was resting their best players in this one, including Clarkson, because he was red-hot. He doesn't provide much more other than points and threes, but he's very solid in those two categories. Clarkson can be a solid DFS option, even as Utah's sixth man. He'll get a matchup against the Spurs on Thursday.
Dallas Mavericks guard J.J. Barea scored 18 points with eight assists and two triples in 26 minutes on Monday. Barea filled in at point guard for Luka Doncic (ankle) and ran the offense masterfully, helping to lead his team to a victory. The 36-year-old may not be the most attractive fantasy option, but take a look at his averages every time he's played 20 or more minutes this year: 12.8 points and 7.8 assists per game. The ceiling is not high, but the floor is there as a cheap DFS option, especially if Doncic is forced to miss Tuesday's game against Portland.
Dallas Mavericks center Boban Marjanovic scored 20 points with nine rebounds, two assists, two blocks and a steal in 25 minutes. Marjanovic filled in for Kristaps Porzingis (knee) and looked the part as he also drained all six of his free-throw attempts. The 31-year-old rarely plays, but his gigantic size makes him an impossible matchup in an increasingly smaller league. Marjanovic owns an absurd 25.22 player efficiency rating this year, which would rank just behind LeBron James if he qualified. Simply put, Marjanovic is a beast anytime he gets the minutes. If Porzingis is out again on Tuesday, Marjanovic is a really sneaky DFS play.
Dallas Mavericks guard Seth Curry was extremely efficient in a bounceback performance on Monday, knocking down 8 of 11 field-goal attempts and 4 of 6 three-point attempts for 22 points. This comes after Curry had just two points against Milwaukee on Saturday. Of course, it helps that the team was without the services of Luka Doncic (ankle) and Kristaps Porzingis (knee), though it shouldn't take away from how good Curry looked. He can get hot in a hurry and his shot attempts should remain up, especially if Doncic and Porzingis are out again. Up next is a game against his former team, the Trail Blazers, who have surrendered the fifth-most three-point attempts per game in the league.
Dallas Mavericks forward Tim Hardaway Jr. picked up the slack without Luka Doncic (ankle) and Kristaps Porzingis (knee) in a 122-114 victory over the Jazz. Hardaway Jr. scored a game-high 27 points with four assists, three rebounds and three triples in 34 minutes. It was a much-needed performance for the 28-year-old, who scored just 16 points in his last two games combined. Hardaway Jr. is a great DFS play if Doncic and Porzingis sit for another game.
Phoenix Suns forward Cameron Johnson poured in 18 points on 6 of 11 shooting from the field. Johnson has played the small-ball four role for Phoenix in the bubble and it has largely worked. The 24-year-old has maintained his level of shooting from beyond the arc while getting more rebound and block opportunities in the low post. It will be interesting to see if the team continues to start Johnson at the four when Deandre Ayton (missed COVID test) is back in the lineup or if they go with Dario Saric.
Sacramento Kings guard De'Aaron Fox (shoulder) has been ruled out for Tuesday's game against the New Orleans Pelicans. The Kings have already been eliminated, so their focus is getting through the bubble without any new injuries. Cory Joseph and Yogi Ferrell are expected to split up the minutes at point guard. Buddy Hield and Bogdan Bogdanovic could see a few more minutes and will have increased usage.
Sacramento Kings center Richaun Holmes (hip) has been ruled out for Tuesday's game against the New Orleans Pelicans. The Kings have been eliminated from the playoff picture, which means they have little incentive to run Holmes at out at less than 100 percent. Harry Giles and Alex Len will be asked to step up without Holmes available. Neither player has much fantasy value to offer, so they can probably both be ignored in DFS contests.
Washington Wizards guard Shabazz Napier (ankle) is listed as questionable for Tuesday's game against the Milwaukee Bucks. The team has no incentive to play Napier at less than 100 percent, so he'll more than likely sit out. That means, Troy Brown, Ish Smith, and Jerome Robinson will see more playing time on Tuesday. Brown probably has the highest ceiling out of them all, but none of them are reliable DFS options.
Oklahoma City Thunder guard Chris Paul scored 14 points with seven assists in just 24 minutes on Monday. Paul added seven made free-throws, five boards, two steals and a triple in what was basically a ceded game by Oklahoma City, who rested five of their top-six scorers. The shot attempts have been below double-digits in each of the last two games, though the future Hall of Famer made up for it with strong assist, rebound and steal totals. Paul's contributions across the board make him a good play in daily fantasy, provided the team doesn't decide to give him several rest DNPs down the stretch.
Indiana Pacers forward T.J. Warren (foot) will be active for Monday's game against the Miami Heat. He was listed as questionable, but it sounds like Warren is good to go for this one. He has been unreal during the bubble, so expect him to be heavily owned in DFS contests. It doesn't sound like the Pacers plan to limit Warren at all, so fantasy players can go all out with Warren on Monday.
Miami Heat guard Goran Dragic (ankle) will return for Monday's game against the Indiana Pacers. He missed each of the last two games due to a sprained right ankle. He could be somewhat restricted for Monday game. Tyler Herro won't have the same amount of fantasy appeal with Dragic and Jimmy Butler (foot) back on the court. However, DFS players might want to stay away from Dragic as well because he could be limited.
Miami Heat forward Jimmy Butler (foot) is back in the starting five for Monday's game against the Indiana Pacers. He has been practicing over the weekend and it doesn't sound like the foot is an issue for him anymore. Although, he did miss three straight games, so the Heat could decide to limit Butler on Monday. Tyler Herro will lose some playing time with Butler and Goran Dragic (ankle) back in the rotation. DFS players can take Butler at their own risk, but it's unclear if the team plans to restrict him or not.
Houston Rockets forward Danuel House (toe) is listed as questionable for Tuesday's game against the San Antonio Spurs. He is dealing with a left toe sprain, but head coach Mike D'Antoni didn't mention anything about it earlier in the day. It's the front end of a back-to-back set, so it's possible the team decides to be cautious and rest House. Austin Rivers and Ben McLemore could be looking at significant playing time. Fantasy owners should check back on Tuesday for more information.
Toronto Raptors guard Fred Vanvleet (knee) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Milwaukee Bucks. The team is taking the cautious approach and resting Vanvleet, Kyle Lowry (back), and Serge Ibaka (knee) all for Monday's game. Terence Davis and Norman Powell will jump into the starting five and see their usage and minutes increase significantly. Both players are worth looking at for DFS contests.
Phoenix Suns forward Mikal Bridges knocked down five threes in a 128-102 win over the Thunder. Bridges saw a bigger offensive role this game without Deandre Ayton (missed COVID test) in the lineup, taking advantage of his 14 shot attempts. The minutes have been there for the 23-year-old as he hasn't played less than 29 since the NBA returned, but his performance has been inconsistent. Bridges looked like he was starting to turn the corner back in March before the shutdown, so maybe this performance is the start of a good stretch. Still, there are better options in DFS.
Toronto Raptors guard Kyle Lowry (back) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Milwaukee Bucks. The Raptors are already without Fred Vanvleet (knee) and Serge Ibaka (knee) for Monday's game. Terence Davis and Norman Powell could be intriguing DFS options with Lowry and Vanvleet ruled out. Both players are worth looking at as cheap DFS candidates for Monday's slate.
Oklahoma City Thunder forward Darius Bazley scored 20-plus points for the second straight game, adding 10 rebounds for the first double-double of his career. Oklahoma City was without five of their top-six scorers in this one for various reasons, so Bazley's performance should be considered in light of that. Still, the 20-year-old has certainly flashed his skills over the last two contests, drilling seven threes on at least 50 percent shooting from the arc in both games. Bazley could be a sneaky cheap DFS option but only if the Thunder rest their starters again. It's also worth noting, the rookie has some upside but the floor is almost non-existent.
Denver Nuggets forward Jerami Grant (knee) is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Los Angeles Lakers. He has been playing heavy minutes during the bubble, so it would make sense for the Nuggets to rest him here. Head coach Mike Malone mentioned multiple times that his one goal for the seeding games is to keep the team in one piece. Michael Porter Jr. could be looking at significant playing time once again which means he'll be a popular DFS candidate.
Toronto Raptors center Serge Ibaka (knee) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Milwaukee Bucks. It's the second game of a back-to-back set, so it makes sense for the Raptors to rest Ibaka here. It's uncertain if Marc Gasol is suiting up, otherwise Chris Boucher could be looking at fairly significant playing time. However, he is not a reliable DFS option even with extended playing time.
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