FanDuel lineups for April 25
He’s back! It could not have come at a better time either. Derrick Rose is playing like his old MVP self and if you are a daily fantasy leagues player then there is no better time to jump on this value and insert him in your lineups. I realize that every one else will be playing him, but with his proce and scoring you can’t afford not to use Rose in your lineup.
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We are pairing Mike Conley in the back court at PG today along with Derrick Rose. Conley missed the last four games of the season, but is back and playing well. In game two against Portland he put up over 28 fantasy points. As mentioned above Rose is playing like a man possessed. Like a man with a chip on his shoulder and that is exactly what he needs to continue to do not only for the Bulls, but also for our daily teams today. Rose put up a crazy 55 fantasy points and has been over 35 for the entire series against the Bucks. Enjoy rolling with Rose until his price catches up with his fantasy output.
At the SG spot we are rolling out Kyle Korver and Joe Johnson. Both players are riding nice little hot streaks and both players continue to net in excess of 30 fantasy points per contest during the NBA Playoffs. I believe they are a pretty safe bet to continue to do so and are a nice value at $5,300 and $6,200 respectively.
At SF we look to the all-around game of Nicolas Batum and the low priced but high upside play of Harrison Barnes. In game three against the Pelicans, Barnes put up over 28 fantasy points and we would like him to do the same today. At $4,300 as long as our studs live up to their potential we stand in pretty good graces to do so. Batum has not been spectacular as of late, but has a nice does of upside to his game as well. He has been over 25 fantasy points in both games of the playoffs thus far.
Banging down low on the blocks at PF we have Anthony Davis and Zach Randolph. These big men form a nice duo and should be good to net us around 70-80 fantasy points. Davis has been an absolute monster and netted over 46 fantasy points in his last six contests and you simply can’t afford to sit him out regardless of his price tag. Z-BO has been his stead self and should be good to net us around 25-30 fantasy points of his own.
The man in the middle at C for us is going to be Al Horford. He has shown us that the mild finger injury is of no concern as he put up over 44 fantasy points in game two against the Nets. Horford is healthy and the Hawks should lean on him today and we are hoping he responds nicely.
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