1. Markieff Morris, PF, Washington Wizards ($5,100)
Kieff has been a force on the glass lately with three double-doubles in a row and four consecutive double-digit rebounding efforts. Best thing is, his shooting has also found its mark in that span, hitting at a 57% clip from the floor. Next matchup will be Utah, which can be tough on the interior, but Morris salary is middling at best, still making him one of the must-start guys for NBA DFS Wednesday.
2. Eric Gordon, SG, Houston Rockets ($7,100)
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There are 20 NBA teams that will play four games through Nov. 21-27 but schedules are not created equal. Here are players to target for the upcoming week of fantasy basketball:
NBA Fantasy Basketball Forecaster: Nov. 21-27
Indiana Pacers, 4 games
Player to watch: Jeff Teague, PG
Teague's transition from Atlanta to his hometown Indiana has been up and down since Paul George went down with an ankle injury the past two games, the 2015 All-Star was brilliant. He is averaging 25.5 points, eight Read More
On the rise?
Andrew Wiggins, Minnesota Timberwolves
Wiggins provide the one thing that shooting guards should and that's putting the ball through the hoop. On only his second year in the league, the Canadian wing already ranked No. 5 among two's in scoring (20.7) which is nice. He also has a knack of getting fouled (5th among guards with seven FTA per game), which is, again, very nice. However, he is pedestrian anywhere else and is not exactly someone you'd rely on to supply three-point shooting.
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November 17, 2015-- Daily Fantasy Basketball Value Picks
Rajon Rondo, PG ($8,700)- Russell Westbrook has the highest DFS potential of ANY point guard in the league but Rajon Rondo isn't too far behind. The volatile point guard averaged 48.6 fantasy points (FP) in the past six games. Rondo and George Karl is clearly seeing eye-to-eye while the other Kings point guard Darren Collison has not played a game yet since November 6.
Paul George, SF ($9,500)- PG13 is the hottest small forward Read More