DraftKings daily picks: Fantasy basketball lineup – April 21, 2018

NEW ORLEANS, LA - MARCH 21: Anthony Davis
NEW ORLEANS, LA - MARCH 21: Anthony Davis /
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James Harden, Houston Rockets
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High Salary SG

James Harden ($10,700): It was Chris Paul who did in the damage in Game 2. Harden and Paul can always cut into the value of each other, which is concerning, but Harden has been the stronger play all season. You may not want to risk Paul being the one to go off again, which is understandable. In that case, look towards Jrue Holiday. But there’s no denying Harden’s ceiling and the matchup in front of him. ****

Donovan Mitchell ($7,800): Mitchell had 38.5 fantasy points in Game 2 and didn’t look bothered at all by the toe injury. With the series shifting to Utah, expect Mitchell to be eve better. The Thunder may try Paul George on him from the jump in Game 3, but he was torching George down the stretch. There’s no point in doubting this kid anymore, he delivers. *****

High Value SG

Joe Ingles ($5,400): Ingles has been a non-factor in the series thus far, but something tells me his fortunes will change in Utah. The Thunder may be forced to play Mitchell a bit different given his success through two games. If that’s the case, more opportunities are going to open up for Ingles. If he’s going to deliver in this series, Game 3 seems like a good bet. ***

Marco Belinelli ($5,200): Just assume that Belinelli will never miss again. He’s lighting up the Miami defense with no signs of slowing down. Not only is he knocking down shots, but he’s pitching in with rebounds and assists. He’s becoming a better option than J.J. Redick, although I still like Redick due to his role on the starting unit. ****