ith 43 points, eight rebounds, two blocks, two steals, and two assists for a whopping 60.6 fantasy points. He came back down on Saturday as the Bulls played tired against the Knicks, but he’s set up for another huge game tonight. The Nets have allowed the most fantasy points to opposing SG this season, so look for Butler to go off and be worth his 8.5K price tag. He has at least 37 fantasy points in seven of his last ten games, and in such a good matchup he should light it up once again.
FanDuel Salary (8700) DraftKings Salary (8100)
I think Paul is the option that makes the most sense tonight. He has at least 38 fantasy points in five straight games a streak that reflects his run of games with multiple steals. He only had to play 31 minutes at Houston on Saturday and finished with 12 points, ten assists, seven steals, and 40.2 fantasy points. Tonight, he’ll probably have to play even more which should result in another healthy stat line against the Thunder who he has yet to face this season but averaged 24.3 points, 9.7 assists, 2.7 steals, and 4.7 rebounds against in three meetings last year. He plays on his home court tonight.
Forward: Tyler Hansbrough
CHA @ HOU
In his sixth season, Hansbrough averaged 3.6 points, 3.6 rebounds, 0.3 assists, 0.4 steals, and 0.2 blocks in 14 minutes per game through 74 regular season contests with the Raptors. Hansbrough shot 52 percent from the field
Utility: Kelly Oubre
SAC @ WAS
DraftKings Salary (3300)
Oubre has the look of an NBA player. The 6-7 swingman has excellent athleticism, and he could turn into a fine player given time. However, Oubre did not produce at Kansas like a first-round pick, but he had his moments. He had three 20-point games.