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We are almost at the end of the Regular Season and choosing the right players is getting harder and harder. Is it better to risk and pick the most representative players of each franchise, even though they could rest and give 0 PDk to the FantaCoaches, or is it safer to count on the second bests, which could turn out to be the steals of the day? Let’s find out together.


Darius Garland (Cleveland Cavaliers, 16.2 cr): The Cavs are still at #6 in the Eastern Conference and they have the opportunity to pass the Bulls. Tomorrow opponent are the Lakers, with their not so impenetrable defense. In the unique previous match of this Season, Garland scored 18 points and 11 assists, but Cavs lost. It’s time for them to take it by the reins.

Anthony Edwards (Minnesota Timberwolves, 12.4 cr): the Sophomore is not the brightest example of humility, but when it is in the right condition, he wins you over (just ask the Bucks!). Let’s see what he does against the Mavs.


Trendon Watford (Portland Trail Blazers, 6.8 cr): First match of the b2b for Portland, who relies on the young forward in order to win. Trendon failed against Brooklyn, tonight he has the opportunity to reedem himself.

Draymond Green (Golden State Warriors, 11.4 cr): the Dancing Bear is back… and Steph Curry is out. What does it mean? That Dray will take care of almost every ball for his teammates. Maybe a triple double is in the air?


Jonas Valanciunas (New Orleans Pelicans, 15.4 cr): Pelicans and Hawks are both at #10 in their respective Conferences, still alive in the race to win a spot in the Play-In. The most important part of the match will be played in the paint and the two centers will have a key-role. Lately, Valanciunas seems more solid than Capela, that is why we rely on him.

Isaiah Stewart (Detroit Pistons, 8.9 cr): A match between two teams with no expectations for the remainder of the Regular Season. This is the reason why it could be entertaining, Portland has not a real starting center, so Isaiah could dominate both offense and defense.


Taylor Jenkins (Memphis Grizzlies, 10.2 cr): First match of the night, let’s get it over with coach’ score. After the bad loss against the Hawks, it’s time to get back in the W column.

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