Bradley Beal, SG, Washington Wizards
Beal is averaging 25.8 points, seven rebounds, eight assists, and 2.3 steals in the past four, the All-Star guard will look to squeeze the Wizards into the playoff picture. They will be up against Sacramento, who has playoff aspirations themselves, so expect to see an A-game from Double B tomorrow night.
Kyrie Irving, PG, Boston Celtics
Irving is good for 24.3 points, seven rebounds, 7.3 assists, and 1.3 steals over the past three, culminating in a masterful 30-7-5-2-2 performance against the Lakers. Boston will want to improve their current seed and they will need every bit of production from their best player.
The Middle Men
Pascal Siakam, PF, Toronto Raptors
Spicy P is solid the past two games and may even surpass the near-40 FP night with a favorable matchup against Cleveland. Plus, Kawhi may still sit this one out which gives Siakam more touches and room to operate.
Steven Adams, C, OKC Thunder
Adams’ value has gone down a little bit lately but for some reason, he really plays well versus Utah. In two games against the Jazz, he is averaging 15.5 points, 10 rebounds, and three steals. If he can get anywhere those numbers tomorrow, that’s what I’ll call value.
Ivica Zubac, C, Los Angeles Clippers
Zubac has been playing really well for the Clips lately and one of the main reasons why they have a pretty cool four-game win streak right now. Even if he plays just around 20 minutes a night, he is capable of producing around 30 fantasy points.
Rodions Kurucs, PF, Brooklyn Nets
Kurucs is averaging 15 points and 6.5 rebounds over the past three. It’s not much but if you consider his salary, that is about three times his value. Brooklyn is getting nothing from Treveon Graham from the starting PF spot so this may be a permanent thing going forward for the rookie. Test him out before his salary spikes up!
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