PG – Stephen Curry ($10,100)
The Warriors have the highest projected total on the slate and I like Stephen Curry as a top play to give your lineup a unique build on Saturday’s slate. He dropped 60 FDP in his most recent visit to Sacramento and should bounce back nicely from a slightly down performance against the surging Rockets.
SG – James Harden ($13,000)
I mentioned him as a must play in Friday’s article and rewarded us with a masterful 80 FDP performance. He is unfadable at the moment and has a such a huge role in the Rockets offense. He’ll look to string together 6 straight 40+ point games in a row tonight.
SF – Norman Powell ($3,900)
The Raptors are searching for scoring with Kyle Lowry out and Powell has produced nicely coming off the bench. Danny Green looks like a shell of himself and I expect Powell to get more minutes in the future. He, along with Gerald Green ($3,900) are some cheap SF values to help you fit in more expensive guts like Harden and AD.
PF – Anthony Davis ($13,100)
He’s coming off a monster 34 point/26 rebound performance against Brooklyn and gets a tired Cavs team that can’t seem to get things right lately. You can squeeze him into your lineups with all the value at the SG and SF position.
C – Kevon Looney ($4,500)
I’d like to see more minutes from Looney but it’s hard to ignore starting centers VS the Kings. Both Nurkic and Jokic destroyed the Kings inside and Looney is shooting a ridiculous 100% FG (8 for 8) against the Kings this season. He’s super cheap plus gives you some exposure to the Warriors’ massive vegas total.
My Favorite Game Stacks of the Night
Warriors – Curry, Thompson, Durant, Looney
The Warriors should bounce back from their OT loss against the surging Rockets. All the starters are in play here.
Rockets – Harden, Rivers, Green, Capela
The Rockets are on a tear and James Harden is putting up historic numbers as of late. They should win against a Trailblazers team coming off a b2b against the Thunder.
Warriors – Kings
This is the game to stack. The Kings are playing in some close games and I expect them to play well against a stunned Warriors team that lost in OT after surrendering a 20 point lead. Curry, Thompson, Durant and Looney are some strong plays on the Warriors side. For the Kings, you can play Hield, Bjelica, and Willie Cauley Stein.