Charlotte Hornets (18-19, 4-11 Away)
- Kemba Walker: No surprise here, Kemba is usually the guy you want in fantasy on the Hornets. He's coming off one of his worst games of the season, but that's even more incentive to come back strong.
Denver Nuggets (25-11, 15-3 Home)
- Gary Harris: After missing nearly the whole month of December, Harris is back in the Nuggets' rotation. He's a very cheap $4,800 on FanDuel today and just his minutes are trending up right now.
Utah Jazz (19-20, 11-12 Away)
- Ricky Rubio: Detroit has been most vulnerable to the point-guard position this season, allowing an average of 46.6 FanDuel fantasy points per game.
Detroit Pistons (17-19, 11-8 Home)
- Andre Drummond: It's not the greatest matchup, but hopefully Drummond can channel last season's amazing performance against Rudy Gobert, where he posted a ridiculous stat line of 30 points, 24 rebounds, six blocks, four assists and three steals in 39 minutes back on Jan. 24, 2018.
Dallas Mavericks (18-20, 3-17 Away)
- Luka Doncic: The Mavs may be missing more than a few players tonight, and if that's the case then Doncic would resume his role as lead everything for the team.
Philadelphia 76ers (25-14, 16-3 Home)
- Ben Simmons: This is dependent on whether Jimmy Butler plays or not, but if the latter happens, Simmons will have a lot more usage on his plate.
New Orleans Pelicans (17-22, 4-16 Away)
- Anthony Davis: The Cavs may have good defense versus position numbers against opposing front-court players, but there isn't a matchup that doesn't suit AD's skillset. Not to mention, he has averaged 67.3 FanDuel fantasy points per game over the last 10.
Cleveland Cavaliers (8-31, 5-15 Home)
- Alec Burks: He'll likely draw a matchup with a solid defender in Jrue Holiday, but Burks should be able to post enough numbers on volume alone. He does have exactly 17 points in three of the last four games. The Cavs have injuries up and down their roster, so Burks will definitely be somewhere in the range of 30 minutes, at least.
Toronto Raptors (28-12, 13-8 Away)
- Kawhi Leonard: He might not have to guard Giannis Antetokounmpo all night, but the Raptors will need his scoring prowess with Kyle Lowry doubtful for the game.
Milwaukee Bucks (27-10, 18-3 Home)
- Khris Middleton: With The Greek Freak likely to get a ton of attention from Raptors defenders tonight, look for Middleton to avoid most of that and have a solid fantasy night.
Memphis Grizzlies (18-20, 8-11 Away)
- Mike Conley: Conley had a rough Wednesday night against the Pistons, not registering a single point, but came back strong against the Nets last night, connecting for 31 points – one shy of matching his season high.
San Antonio Spurs (22-17, 16-5 Home)
- LaMarcus Aldridge: It'd be much better if Marc Gasol sits out tonight, but Aldridge is still a beast in his own right, averaging 28.8 points per game over the last five.
Houston Rockets (22-15, 9-10 Away)
- James Harden: I mean, really, was there anyone else you had in mind for the Rockets?
Portland Trail Blazers (22-17, 14-7 Home)
- Damian Lillard: With The Beard in the building, expect Lillard to match his elite level of play. The Blazers had a tough loss at home last night to OKC, so expect them to give it everything they've got, and for Lillard to lead the way.
Golden State Warriors (25-14, 10-8 Away)
- Stephen Curry: Sacramento is allowing the fifth-most FanDuel fantasy points per game to opposing point guards this season (48.2), which is obviously good news for Curry and his fantasy owners.
Sacramento Kings (19-19, 10-9 Home)
- De'Aaron Fox: He has had a tough last two games, but did post 43 FanDuel fantasy points per game in each of the previous seven before that. Look for a bounce-back performance from Fox.
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