DraftKings daily picks: Fantasy basketball lineup – March 25, 2018

TORONTO, CANADA - MARCH 18: Russell Westbrook
TORONTO, CANADA - MARCH 18: Russell Westbrook /
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High Salary C

DeAndre Jordan, LAC at TOR ($8,000): Jordan missed value against the Pacers on Friday, finishing with 29.75 fantasy points. He’s been an inconsistent play all season, hitting value in just 54 percent of contests. He did have 48.25 fantasy points against the Raptors back in December, although both teams are in much different states at the moment. Still, the Raptors are 14 against centers in their last 15 games and Jordan is typically good for a double-double. ***

Jonas Valanciunas, TOR vs LAC ($6,900): The Clippers are 15th against the position in their last 15 games. After struggling for a handful of games, Valanciunas made the most of his 21 minutes against the Nets, finishing with 32 fantasy points. He’s not playing a lot of minutes, but he’s productive in the minutes he does play. He had 43.75 fantasy points against the Clippers on Dec. 11 and should see a slight increase in minutes in order to matchup against DeAndre Jordan. ****

Steven Adams, OKC vs POR ($6,800): Adams had 44 fantasy points against the Heat on Friday and has been over 40 fantasy points in three of his last four games. That said, he struggles against Jusuf Nurkic and the Blazers. In his last seven games against the Blazers, he’s averaging 27.5 fantasy points. Nurkic is probable for the Blazers and if he plays, despite his performance in the Mar. 3 game, he might be a better bet than Adams. But Adams’ recent play does suggest that maybe the Thunder figured out they should get him involved more often. ***
ES: Myles Turner ($6,300)