The FanTeam Insider: Hot NBA picks for March 26th

Fantasy Basketball tips from one of the best!

The FanTeam Insider gave us a nice bunch of valuable players last time he visited us and he is back with more hot dfs picks. Once again, we asked the experienced NBA fantasy sports enthusiast to pick one player per position, and here is the result.


Today we have a lot of games and key injures and that’s why I have to suggest you more than just one pick for the PG position. I will keep it short, but all of the following PG’s should be considered as a must play and I do not advice to pick other PG’s.

Terry Rozier, BOS at CLE (6.7M): With Irving resting today it is very hard to fade Rozier tonight. We can expect 32+ mins against a weak Cavaliers Teams, so get your Rozier exposure.

Tyus Jones, MIN vs LAC (6.4M): Rose and Teague both out for the season, so Tyus Jones is the go for the PG position in Minnesota.

Shaquille Harrison, CHI at TOR (6.2M): Lavine, and Otto Porter are out, while Dunn is doubtful. That’s why we need to lock’n load Shaquille Harrison.

Ryan Arcidiacono, CHI at TOR (4.5M): The same applies here. Arcidiacono will play at least 34 mins tonight.

Trae Young, ATL at NO (11.2M): Amazing line for total goals here, 240. Close game. Easy matchup. Trae could go tonight full banana modus and drop 60+.

Frank Jackson, NO vs ATL (5.8M): Keep an eye on the Elfrid Payton news. If Payton do not play tonight, Frank Jackson will become the best play of the night.


Jalen Brunson, DAL vs SAC (6.9M): Fast pace and close game. It is an amazing spot for Brunson tonight.


Luka Doncic, DAL vs SAC (11.9M): I don’t know why FanTeam hates Luka, but his price is criminally low. Dončić is a superstar from Slovenian and should definitely be in your dream team line-up tonight.


Marvin Bagley III, SAC at DAL (8.9M): We already have 2 players from Dallas, so let’s run it back with Bagley. Since the rookie is back from his injury, he is delivering one amazing performance after the other. Today he’s once again in a monster spot to drop 40+!


Karl-Anthony Towns, MIN vs LAC (14.3M): We saved a lot of money and now we should start to spend it. Towns hasn’t disappointed by averaging 31.4 points across his last 13 games. During that stretch, he’s also averaged 14.7 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 1.2 blocks per contest. Towns is up with the potential for another monster stat line.

Keep in mind that you should try to spend as much budget as possible in NBA fantasy basketball and make sure that your players are playing:

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