Here is everything you need to know to make your DraftKings NBA DFS picks for a loaded slate on March 7.
The NBA has an eight-game slate tonight stacked with the biggest stars in the league. SGA, Curry, Embiid, Harden, Luka, and Kyrie will all be in action. Let’s check out some DraftKings NBA DFS picks for March 7.
DraftKings Top Point Guards
James Harden – $10,200: Harden made only three shots last night and still finished with 56.5 FP. He’s come within one rebound of posting triple-doubles in his last two games. Tonight he gets a T-Wolves team that is poor in defending the 3. Harden can provide value even when he’s not shooting it well, but that shouldn’t be a problem against Minnesota tonight.
Stephen Curry – $10,100: Curry played 32 minutes in his first game back after injury. It’s go time for the Warriors if they want a home-court advantage in the first round of the playoffs. Expect at least 32 minutes again for Curry against an OKC team that he scorched for 71.5 FP earlier this year.
Spencer Dinwiddie – $7,300: Dinwiddie was close to a triple-double against the Hornets in his last game, finishing with a 24/8/8 line and 53 FP. Tonight he gets the porous Rockets defense and should provide 6x value on his salary.
DraftKings Value Point Guards
Tyus Jones – $4,900: Jones went nuclear with Ja Morant out against the Clippers, scoring 25 points and adding 12 assists for a whopping 60.5 FP. Tonight he gets the leaky Lakers defense and he’s averaged almost 1.5 FP/min against them in two games this season. Asking for another 60 FP night might be a reach, but at $4,900 Jones should certainly hit value.
Austin Reaves – $4,100: Reaves’ salary remains manageable even though he’s getting more minutes with LeBron out. He’s posted 27 or more FP in three of his last four games, including a 35 FP effort against Golden State in his last game.
Immanuel Quickley – $5,000: Quickley took advantage of Jalen Brunson’s absence Sunday and almost triple-doubled against the Celtics. He ended up with a 38/8/7 line good for 72.5 FP. If Brunson sits I do like running Quickley again tonight, but if Brunson plays I will be fading Quickley.