FanDuel Daily Picks: Fantasy Basketball Lineup, February 28

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Feb 25, 2015; Denver, CO, USA; Phoenix Suns guard Eric Bledsoe (2) shoots the ball during the second half against the Denver Nuggets at Pepsi Center. The Suns won 110-96. Mandatory Credit: Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports

After last night’s 14-game feast, we close out the month of February with seven games on the NBA schedule for tonight. Even with only half as many games, there is still some great opportunities to take advantage of for fantasy basketball daily league players. Check out my FanDuel Daily Picks on the following slides to see some of the matches I think will pay off tonight.

Twelve of the 14 teams in action tonight are on the second half of a back-to-back which could result in some blowouts, so be cautious about overloading on any one team in case their game turns non-competitive.  The only two teams who didn’t play yesterday were the Suns who host the Spurs and the Mavericks who host the Nets. Elsewhere, the first game of the night tips at 7:00 PM ET as the Pistons visit the Wizards followed by two more Eastern Conference matchups as the Heat host the Hawks and the Knicks welcome in Toronto.  In the other two games, the Grizzlies head to Minnesota to take on the T-Wolves and the Jazz take on the Bucks.

There are some favorable matchup to attack as you plan out your FanDuel lineups, and I’ve tried to identify some of my favorites on the next few slides to help you find some of them. On each slide, you’ll find at least four options–two that are expensive and productive, and two that offer good upside despite a cheaper price.

To build your lineup you’ll need both good value options and good star players, so blend them into a lineup you like and will enjoy cheering for tonight. To see a couple of my lineups, check out the final slide of the post.

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