M47 was full of bumps in the road for fantasy coaches, as many top players such as LeBron James, Russell Westbrook and Jimmy Butler did not step on the court. But it’s a new day and we’re ready to help you guys once again with our tips. Here we go!
- Chris Paul (Oklahoma City Thunder, 15.2 credits): CP3’s great season continues, as he flirted with a triple-double against both the Lakers and the Jazz. This time, the Thunder will take on the Wizards, which means that getting the veteran on your team can be a recipe for success.
- De’Aaron Fox (Sacramento Kings, 13.4 credits): After an insane performance in the blowout win against the Pelicans, you can’t help but trust Fox, even against the Rockets.
- Derrick White (San Antonio Spurs, 9.7 credits): The Spurs can still clinch the 8th or the 9th seed and M48 presents them with a very important challenge. In what is basically a go hard or go home match-up against the Pelicans, White can definitely be a factor for Pop’s team.
- Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks, 24.6 credits): Even though the Bucks already secured the top spot in the Eastern Conference, Giannis is hungry. He wants to leave no doubt as far as the MVP race goes and get to the Playoffs in top shape: we see him dominating the action against the Mavericks.
- Gordon Hayward (Boston Celtics, 11.9 credits): Number 20 has had his ups and downs since entering the bubble. On M48 the Celtics will be facing the injury-plagued Orlando Magic, a great chance for Hayward to shine.
- Michael Porter Jr (Denver Nuggets, 8.3 credits): The 22-year-old keeps getting better and proving himself as the Nuggets’ secondary offensive option. Regardless of the result of the game against the Jazz, he’ll most likely stand out once again.
- Bam Adebayo (Miami Heat, 17 credits): The center of the Miami Heat definitely had a subpar performance in his last outing but, considering he had to try and tame The Greek Freak, you could see that coming. Next time out, the Heat will take on the Suns, a much easier task that will allow Bam to take over.
- Jusuf Nurkic (Portland Trail Blazers, 11.1 credits): It looks like the long layoff had no impact whatsoever on the Bosnian. As a matter of fact, Nurkic came back better than ever and he’s ready to keep fighting alongside his teammates for a spot in the Playoffs.
- Bol Bol (Denver Nuggets, 4.1 credits): For the first time since the scrimmages, Bol Bol spent a significant amount of time on the court in the loss to the Portland Trail Blazers. The same might happen against the Utah Jazz, a team that seems to be interested in letting their stars rest in the remaining seeding games.
- Billy Donovan (Oklahoma City Thunder, 9.5 credits): Maybe he’s not the cheapest coach you can find on Dunkest but, since the Thunder will play the Washington Wizards, he’s definitely the top choice for M48.