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Jrue Holiday ($7,900) vs Timberwolves– Jrue Holiday has been a bit up and down with his scoring but he continues to stuff the stat sheet playing some great defense and helping his team out with assists and rebounds. Despite only scoring 11 points in their last game Holiday is still averaging 17.4 PPG 9.0 APG and 4.2 RPG while shooting 40% from behind the arc. They will take on the Wolves tonight who are one of the worst defensive teams in the NBA and I expect Holiday to be able to fill the stat sheet with ease at home.
Terry Rozier ($6,100) vs Spurs– Terry Rozier comes into this game not shooting the ball entirely well from the field but his 3 point ball has fallen at a 45.5% clip over the last 5 and he is still averaging almost 30 FPPG. He has put up 17.5 PPG 4.5 RPG and 4.1 APG over the course of the season despite the shot not falling overall in his recent games the shots are still getting up in a very high volume. He had 18 in their last contest and hasn’t shot less than 12 times in the last 4. If Rozier gets going vs the Spurs mediocre defense tonight there is a decent amount of upside here.
Paul George ($7,100) vs Thunder– Paul George is returning to OKC tonight to take on his former team. His price has fallen in recent games due to his inconsistencies, but he has scored 24 PTS on 60%+ shooting from the field in each of the Clippers last two games. He has hit 10 total threes in both of those games, so after a lot of time missed with injury it looks like George is starting to get going. I like him in a return against his former team tonight and even though the Clippers have added a lot of talent in recent weeks I believe George has some upside in this spot if he gets more active on the glass.
Harry Giles III ($5,600) vs Wizards– With the numerous injuries to the Kings front court, Harry Giles has gotten a lot of playing time in their recent games. Over the last 5 games Giles is averaging 14.8 PPG and 8.2 RPG while playing around 26.1 minutes per game. Giles has always had the talent but playing time has been an issue and he is taking advantage of this opportunity that has been given to him. He hasn’t shot below 50% in 5 straight games and against the Wizards weak front court defensive unit I don’t think that will stop tonight at home.
Marquese Chriss ($5,800) vs Nuggets– With all the Warriors injuries Marquese Chriss continues to play a lot of basketball and he has filled the stat sheet rather nicely. He has put up 12 PPG 9.8 RPG and 3.0 APG on 65.5% shooting in the last 4 games which has been good for 31.8 FPPG. He comes in at a good price and given his activity level I believe he can put forth another one of those efforts vs the Nuggets tonight. He won’t shoot it a lot but he is efficient and in this matchup I think he should be good for the price.
Cody Zeller ($3,900) vs Spurs– Zeller hasn’t been in the starting lineup a lot lately but that doesn’t mean he isn’t putting up solid numbers. He is averaging 11.5 PPG and 6.5 RPG in the last two games and in the 3 games since he has been back from injury he has performed very well on the glass and scoring the basketball. He is averaging 11.1 PPG and 7.1 RPG on the season so in this matchup vs the Spurs he should be able to get that sort of line with ease. He had 14 PTS 12 REB and 8 AST in his last matchup vs the Spurs on 2/1 and while I won’t expect those assists numbers, that is a positive to look at here for a guy at this price.