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Chicago Bulls point guard/small forward Shaquille Harrison entered the starting five for Mondays victory over the Phoenix Suns in place of Otto Porter. It was the first start in 63 games for Harrison this season, getting to face-off against the team he made his NBA debut with last year. He tied his season high with 32 minutes of action, collecting six points, four steals and three rebounds. He played well enough to assume he could remain in the starting lineup Wednesday against Washington should Porter remain out, but its worth confirming before rostering him in DFS lineups.
Phoenix Suns point/shooting guard Devin Booker was relied upon to carry the offense during Mondays loss to the Chicago Bulls, finishing 9-for-24 from the floor overall en route to a 25-point performance. Booker went 1-for-8 from long range, but added in eight rebounds and seven assists as T.J. Warren, Kelly Oubre Jr. and Tyler Johnson were all out of the mix due to injury. With Phoenix needing his offensive output, Booker is simply a must-play on such nights, irrespective of price tag. He next faces the Detroit Pistons on Thursday, whom he dropped 37 points against on Nov. 25.
Phoenix Suns center Deandre Ayton feasted during Mondays loss to the Chicago Bulls, piling up 25 points and 12 rebounds, shooting 12-for-17 from the floor across his 35 minutes. With Richaun Holmes inactive as his backup, Ayton was all over the stat line, adding three assists, three steals and three blocks for what amounted to a huge performance. He is set for a collision with Detroit Pistons center Andre Drummond come Thursday, whom he got up 25 points and 13 rebounds against on Nov. 25. Should Holmes remain out, Ayton could continue to see a slightly increased workload.
Chicago Bulls point/shooting guard Zach LaVine finished Mondays win over the Phoenix Suns with 17 points, eight rebounds and seven assists, but got up just 10 shots. He racked up seven turnovers, accounting for more than half of his teams total during the victory. LaVine has had a breakout year in 2018-19, but has been prone to ebbs and flows through what has been a trying year in Chicago. He looks to right the ship Wednesday against the Washington Wizards, whom he is averaging 25 points per game against in two prior contests this year.
Chicago Bulls center Robin Lopez racked up 24 points and seven rebounds in just 26 minutes of action during Mondays victory over the Phoenix Suns. Lopez has come alive since the All-Star break, having entered averaging 7.2 points and 3.0 rebounds across his first 50 games. In 12 contests since, he has gone for 16.2 points and 6.6 boards per contest, turning himself into a must-own fantasy asset for the final month of the season. His season averages are not where they have usually sat in the past half-decade, but hes rolling at the moment, earning another advantageous match-up Wednesday against the Washington Wizards.
Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut has already played an entire season for the Sydney Kings in the NBL, but his NBA season began during Mondays loss to the San Antonio Spurs, immediately getting inserting into the starting five with DeMarcus Cousins (foot) out of the fold. Bogut played 19 minutes and compiled seven points and seven rebounds, nearly splitting minutes at the five with Kevon Looney (17). Bogut holds solid DFS punt potential at his basement price Tuesday against the Minnesota Timberwolves should Cousins sit out again.
Golden State Warriors small/power forward Kevin Durant returned from a two-game absence during Mondays loss to the San Antonio Spurs, going for 24 points and logging 36 minutes, a welcome sign for owners who will need Durants production down the stretch. He went 0-for-4 from behind the arc, just the 10th time this season that he has failed to make a three-point bucket in an outing. He has seen his three-point percentage drop to 35.5 percent in 2018-19, but its hard to complain about Durants output while he averages 27.4 points, 6.7 rebounds and 5.6 assists per contest, remaining an elite fantasy commodity.
Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry was shooting from deep early and often during Mondays loss to the San Antonio Spurs, finishing 6-for-18 from behind the arc. His three-point barrage resulted in a 25-point, eight-assist, seven-rebound effort across 37 minutes. The Warriors sharpshooter was clearly not affected offensively by the return of Kevin Durant to the mix, getting up double-digit three-point attempts for the 15th time in his last 16 contests. Hell be right back at it Tuesday against the short-handed Minnesota Timberwolves, likely firing at will from long range, giving him high upside in DFS if he can find the bottom of the net.
Indiana Pacers shooting guard Wesley Matthews shot a very good 3-for-5 from outside against his former team Portland on Monday, finishing a 106-98 loss with 14 points. He added four rebounds, two assists, and one block to his line in 30 minutes on the floor. Matthews has blown hot and cold this month, making him a frustrating player to own for fantasy managers. He's also unlikely to enjoy Tuesday's outing against the Clippers, who own the fourth-best defensive record against opposing shooting guards. Matthews managed only nine points on 33.3 percent shooting in his last game against them.
Indiana Pacers small forward Bojan Bogdanovic missed both attempts from downtown and shot 6-for-13 overall from the field to finish with 15 points on Monday against Portland. The Croatian has done great offensively over the last couple of months, but he's now failed to hit the 20-point mark in two consecutive games. Getting there on Tuesday against a rugged Clippers squad won't be easy either, although Bogdanovic did have 29 points against them in the first meeting of the season on Feb. 8. He missed only seven of 19 shots and added seven rebounds.
Indiana Pacers center Myles Turner scored a season-high 28 points and pulled down 10 rebounds in Monday's loss to Portland, adding a pair of steals and shooting 9-for-17 from the field with a 2-for-6 record from behind the arc. He picked up good momentum ahead of a great looking matchup against the Clippers on Sunday. Turner had 17 points and just two rebounds in the first meeting of the season against them, but the Clippers have struggled against opposing centers all year, allowing 25.5 points and 16.6 rebounds per 48 minutes.
Portland Trail Blazers center Jusuf Nurkic registered his seventh double-double of the month on Monday against Indiana, scoring 18 points on 8-for-15 shooting and grabbing 11 rebounds. Nurkic remains just outside the top-10 on the league's double-doubles list with 34. He looks to be set for another double-double on Wednesday against Dallas, who aren't a good rebounding side and in fact, they allow the 11th-most rebounds per 48 minutes to opposing centers. Nurkic is averaging 12.3 points and 11 against the Mavs this season. Backup center Enes Kanter could end up having a decent night as well.
Portland Trail Blazers point guard Damian Lillard crushed it against Indiana on Monday, finishing a 106-98 win with 30 points, 15 assists and three steals. He shot 9-for-16 from the field, including 4-for-9 from downtown. With C.J. McCollum (knee) out, Lillard gets a bigger role both as a scorer and playmaker, which makes his hot property until McCollum's status is reviewed in one week. The Blazers take on Dallas next against whom Lillard has already recorded three 30-point performances this season. He'll be a very popular DFS pick again on Wednesday.
San Antonio Spurs power forward/center LaMarcus Aldridge was absent from the most recent contest played between his squad and the Golden State Warriors, which resulted in a 39-point Spurs loss. On Monday, he was back in the mix and finished with 23 points and 13 rebounds, helping lead San Antonio to a six-point win. Aldridge has now racked up four double-doubles in March, tossing in three assists and two blocks to pad his stat line Monday. Averaging 21.2 points and 9.0 rebounds per contest this year, he is also on pace for a new career best from the field, shooting 51.5 percent overall, keeping him in an upper tier of fantasy production during his age-33 campaign.
San Antonio Spurs shooting guard DeMar DeRozan led the way for his squads victory over the Golden State Warriors on Monday, dropping 26 points to go along with nine rebounds and eight assists, narrowly missing out on his second triple-double of the year. DeRozan has been as steady as the sun rising as of late, shooting 52.3 percent from the floor so far in the month of March, averaging 22.1 points per game, which is right in line with his season average. He next faces the Miami Heat on Wednesday, who have done a knock up job at slowing down opposing wings this season, but DeRozan recorded a double-double in their lone prior match-up in 2018-19 on Nov. 7.
Dallas Mavericks guard/forward Luka Doncic posted a triple-double in the 129-125 loss on Monday to the New Orleans Pelicans. Doncic connected on 10 of 26 shooting to score 29 points while gathering 13 boards with 10 dimes while chipping in two steals with a make from three while committing five turnovers on the night. Doncic returned from a one-game absence due to a knee issue and played 39 minutes which is a positive for owners. Keep an eye on his status for a Wednesday/Thursday back-to-back set this week. If he misses one of them, look for an uptick in Jalen Brunson and Tim Hardaway Jr.'s production.
Dallas Mavericks power forward/center Dwight Powell just missed out on a double-double as he scored 16 points and grabbed eight rebounds in the overtime loss to the Pelicans. Powell connected on 6-for-8 shooting from the floor and added a make from three while picking up two steals to round out his line. Powell has come into must-own value in all formats with averages of 17.0 points, 7.0 rebounds, 0.8 blocks and 0.8 triples a game over his last four outings for his club.
New Orleans Pelicans guard Elfrid Payton once again posted a triple-double for the fifth straight game on Monday in the 129-125 overtime win over the Mavericks. Payton was excellent as he poured in 19 points while grabbing 10 rebounds and handing out 11 assists with a steal and he even added two triples on the night. Payton becomes just the fifth player ever to achieve this kind of streak and we can expect another big line when he faces his old team the Magic on Wednesday. If his price tag is friendly, he could be a solid DFS play in that game.
New Orleans Pelicans power forward/center Anthony Davis provided another solid line in just 20 minutes of action on Monday in the four-point win over the Mavericks in overtime. Davis scored 20 points while grabbing six boards with five assists and added a block with a steal on the night. Davis' stats have been very consistent since his minutes have been capped around 20 a night and we should expect a similar line on Wednesday when his club goes up against the Magic.
New Orleans Pelicans power forward/center Julius Randle continued his excellent play on Monday when he scored 30 points in the overtime victory over the Mavericks. Randle secured the full line with nine rebounds, four assists, a steal with a block in 34 minutes of action. Randle has been a monster in the month of March with averages of 26.3 points, 7.6 rebounds, 4.2 assists, 0.9 steals, 0.8 blocks and 1.4 triples in 10 games, but it has been mentioned by coach Gentry that we may see his minutes get reduced going forward. Owners can hope this minute reduction does not happen as he has been a fantasy stud as of late.
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