It’s another nine game for Wednesday’s NBA slate starting at 7:30 pm EST. The Boston Celtics at the Atlanta Hawks, the Houston Rockets at the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Golden State Warriors at the Indiana Pacers, the Detriot Pistons at the New Orleans Pelicans, the Toronto Raptors at the Miami Heat, the Minnesota Timberwolves at the Chicago Bulls, the San Antonio Spurs at the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Charlotte Hornets at the Pheonix Suns, and the Los Angeles Lakers at the Utah Jazz.

These are my NBA FANDUEL DFS picks for this Wednesday.



Dejounte Murray $7,500

The San Antonio Spurs may have an eight or nine-man rotation due to the Covid Health and Safety Protocols. LaMarcus Aldridge is questionable for tonight’s game due to a hip injury. Murray is going to have to play a ton of minutes.


Kendrick Nunn $5,600/ Saben Lee $5,000

With the absence of Goran Dragic and Tyler Herro. Nunn has taken advantage of the opportunity that has been given to him. He should get close to 40 minutes again against the Toronto Raptors.

It is hard to pass on on Saben Lee again if you are running out of cash. He dominated shooting from the field. Going 8-11 from the field, 3-3 from behind the arc.



Zach Lavine

He played 31 minutes in the blowout against the Houston Rockets. This was the lowest number of minutes he played in the last 10 games. It should be a fast-paced game. It makes perfect sense if you are playing KAT who he will be facing.


Josh Jackson $5,100

Jackson has been one of the Detriot Pistons offensive weapons as of late.25-30 FP is not bad for this price.



Brandon Ingram $8,000

If you don’t play Williamson, Ingram can be a good play here. He had 42.7 FP in his last game.

You can’t go wrong with LeBron James with Anthony Davis out; however, his price point is high.


Danilo Gallinari $4,600

John Collins had to be evaluated for a concussion. This would be a boost for Clint Capela and him if Collins does not play tonight.



Zion Williamson $8,500

If this game is close expect him to get a similar amount of minutes as he did last game. He lead a 24 point comeback against the Boston Celtics by scoring 24 in the second half and overtime. It was the largest comeback in franchise history.

I like Domantas Sabonis in this matchup, but his price tag is too high for this slate. If you afford to pay up, he has a high upside ranging from 55-70 FP.


Jerami Grant $7,400 Draymond Green $6,600

It is hard to find value at the 4 position on today’s slate. Grant put up 34 and 35.4 fantasy points in the last two games. Grant should have low ownership, and this is a decent matchup in terms of pace.

Green bounced back last game against the New York Knicks. It comes down to if you can afford Sabonis.



Karl Anthony Towns $9,700/ Clint Capela $8,200

He was just two rebounds short of a triple-double. He had 26 points, 8 rebounds, and 11 assists. He had a great 4th quarter in the loss.

Capela could be a good play if John Collins sits next game. If that is the case he would get close to 40 minutes of playing time again.


Jarret Allen $7,600

Going with Allen again with Kevin Love being on the injured list for a while and the Cavaliers deciding not to use Andre Drummond once again. He notched his fifth straight double-double. He finished with the most blocks since February 1st.

The Houston Rockets will be playing PJ Tucker at the 5 with Demarcus Cousins being waived, and Christian Wood being out due to injury. Love the matchup for Allen