DraftKings daily picks: Fantasy basketball lineup – March 24, 2018

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Dwight Howard
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High Salary C

Andre Drummond, DET vs CHI ($9,300): Drummond had 47.5 fantasy points against the Rockets on Thursday. After going 10-plus fantasy points under value in games against the Kings and Suns, it was a strong bounce back against an elite team. The Bulls are 29th against centers in their last 15 games, but given Drummond’s performances against the Suns and Kings, that may not matter much. We know he’s capable of 50-plus fantasy points on any given night and the matchup is certainly good, but his recent play is concerning. ***

Dwight Howard, CHA at DAL ($8,000): Howard had 69.5 fantasy points against the Nets on Wednesday. He had to sit out Thursday’s contest due to his number of technical fouls. He’s been very consistent against the Mavericks over the past couple of seasons, averaging 43.3 fantasy points in three games. He needs 37.6 fantasy points to reach value on Saturday. The rest may have done him some good and he should post 40-plus fantasy points once again. ****

Clint Capela, HOU vs NO ($6,700): Capela had 32 fantasy points against the Pistons on Thursday. With Chris Paul out of the lineup, he gets more opportunities around the basket due to his chemistry with James Harden. He posted 33.75 fantasy points against the Pelicans a week ago. New Orleans has played a lot of basketball over the past week and at some point, it’s going to show. The Rockets have a way of making good teams look very mediocre and Capela benefits from it. ****