NBA Triple Play 4-2-15

Published On April 2, 2015 | By Matthew Futter | Basketball, Daily Fantasy Strategy, Fantasy Basketball News

Each day I’ll be bringing you some of the best fantasy match-ups for daily fantasy NBA. Here are three prime plays for Thursday the 2nd.

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G: James Harden, Houston Rockets, $22,875

I need to find a fill-in-the-blank paragraph that I can cut and paste for anyone named James Harden, Steph Curry, and Russell Westbrook. If these guys are playing, on any given night they have 50+ point potential and should be rostered depending on their salaries. On a short slate, Harden is the targeted play tonight. Last night, he went for 63.5 fantasy points on Sacramento. I don’t think he’ll go for that against a tougher Dallas team, but options are limited tonight on who is the top play.

F: Markieff Morris, Phoenix Suns, $13,715

The “better” of the Morris’ twins has struggled recently, only eclipsing 20 fantasy points once in his last three games. He has also struggled against the Warriors this season, averaging just 15.33 fantasy points per game. I know I’m not making his case, but there is a good chance the Warriors could sit some players due to injury and rest for the playoffs, meaning Morris should be able to dominate.

Value Play

G: Pablo Prigioni, Houston Rockets, $5,775

Prigioni has been splitting time at the point guard position with Jason Terry after Patrick Beverly went down for the season due to injury. Over his last three games, he’s gone for 20+ minutes and been able to get some great value stat lines. In fact, in that time span he’s averaged 22.3 fantasy points per game. That’s about 4.5 times his salary, which is great return on investment.

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