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NBA Fantasy Shopper: DFS Lineup Picks for DraftStreet 2/11
Sorry readers, just an abbreviated fantasy shopper today!
PG: Kyrie Irving ($16,701): Irving seems finally to have found his stride, as he has scored over 20 in seven of his last eight games. He has also been putting up nearly seven assists a game over the past two weeks. The Kings are not known for their defense, particularly at the point, where Irving should be able to take advantage of Isaiah Thomas.
SG: Courtney Lee ($9,615): Since his trade to Memphis, Lee has been about as consistent as you could hope for a player under $10K. He has double-figure scoring in four straight games, while also grabbing seven steals in that time. The Wizards are not the best matchup, but for a guy who starts and plays big minutes, this is a great price.
SF: Marvin Williams ($11,920): Coming into the game tonight, Williams has three consecutive games of over 20 points. He also has a matchup with the Lakers– combine those factors, and you have the makings of another big game.
PF: Zach Randolph ($15,825): Randolph has slowed down over the last week, but in a three-game stretch the prior week, he had three straight double-doubles. He is always a threat to go for 20+ points and 10+ rebounds, and with a subpar Washington front line on the menu, he should be able to reach value today.
C: Al Jefferson ($19,841): Not much to say about Jefferson today, other than that picking him is about as safe as it gets. The Bobcats big man is averaging 28 points and 11 rebounds over the past two weeks, while also earning a surprising two steals a game. Dallas features one of the worst front-court defenses in the NBA– the player and matchup mean a monster night is on the way.
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