|Date & Time||Tuesday March 5, 2019, 7:00 PM (EST)|
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Update (6:38 PM) - Hi Everyone! Just made my adjustments. As bad as the Celtics have been as of late, they generally play the Warriors tough and I think there is a solid opportunity to get Irving & Tatum with low ownership tonight. Image is updated below! Good Luck!
We couldn’t keep our string of 50/50’s wins going last night as our 267.1-point performance fell short of both our GPP’s & 50/50’s. We got a disappointing performance from both Alex Len & Allen Crabbe who although both were in the starting lineup, neither were able to get us even 10.0 FanDuel points last night. Leading the way for the team was our Lakers duo of Rajon Rondo (52 points) & LeBron James (49.6 points).
Let’s get back on track as we look at our NBA FanDuel lineup tonight for the 6-game “Main” slate that starts at 7:00pm.
As I’ve been doing more lately, I’m just posting the images of my initial lineup as we generally will be making changes as the day goes on.
As of right now, there is a lot to like in the OKC/MIN match-up as this has the makings of a very high-scoring game. Both Westbrook & Teague have disappointed a bit as of late, but I’m not going to be shy in getting them both in my lineups tonight. We also have Steven Adams in there as he is reasonably price and should see plenty of minutes against Karl Anthony-Towns who certainly isn’t the greatest defender.
We’re going to keep a close eye on the status of Mike Conley as if he isn’t able to go, I’m not going to hesitate and roster both Avery Bradley & Delon Wright of the Grizzlies. In their previous game against the Thunder in which Conley was out, Bradley & Wright combined for over 90 FanDuel points.
Bojan Bogdanovic has been on fire as of late and has a nice match-up against the Bulls who have shown to give up a bunch of points as of late. We also currently have Tyreke Evans in our lineups as our “low-scoring” play.
Tobias Harris has been outstanding with Embiid out and is a pretty safe pick even at his high price tag and I don’t mind taking a chance with Draymond Green as although his production is down a bit, he still has triple-double capability and I think is a solid price at just $6,500.
As always, I’ll be back taking a long look later in the day as the slate gets closer and I’ll post any adjustments by 6:30pm. If there are any really last-minute changes (which always happens basically every NBA slate…haha), I’ll post the image directly to my Twitter account (@BrettCU05).
Have a great Tuesday everyone!