Two guards, two forwards, two centers, and one coach. Here are our fantasy tips for M51 Dunkest.
Tyrese Haliburton (Indiana Pacers, 18.7 cr): since his return from injury, the numbers speak for themselves. He has been consistently getting double-doubles since mid-February, and his Pacers have also started winning more regularly. He is essential in the game against Houston
Fred VanVleet (Toronto Raptors, 16.6 cr): despite consistency not being his strong suit so far this season, I still feel confident in recommending him. He’s coming off some good performances, and at the same time, Toronto is doing well. The game against the Clippers will be a real challenge, and the Los Angeles team isn’t exactly in top form for this match. Freddy could be a winning choice
Jimmy Butler (Miami Heat, 17.1 cr): the former Philadelphia player is stepping up his game, with his Heat team on the border between the playoff and play-in zones. The post-season is getting closer and Jimmy will want to enter through the main entrance. His average dunk score has risen significantly since the end of February, and even against the Cavs, the best Butler is needed.
Mikal Bridges(Brooklyn Nets, 14 cr): his move to the Nets seems to have allowed him to take another step forward from the already great player he was in Phoenix. His offensive responsibilities have increased, and he is happy to take them on. When the results prove you right, it’s easy to continue to amaze. He is also an excellent choice for this game.
Jonas Valanciunas (New Orleans Pelicans, 13.6 cr): after a few games out, the Lithuanian is back available for coach Green for the match against Sacramento and immediately scored a double-double of 19-12 with excellent shooting percentages. Against Dallas, he could repeat his performance and given his price, he is a good choice.
Alperen Sengun (Houston Rockets, 13.3 cr): the Rockets’ center has returned to good form after a negative period, and with such a low risk choice and a price that has dropped to a great value, he is a good quality-price option. Claxton isn’t the best matchup, but the game against Brooklyn could be high scoring.
Jason Kidd (Dallas Mavericks, 6.5 cr): there are still many doubts about the coexistence between Doncic and Irving, but victory should come without too many problems against the Jazz. The standings in the Western Conference are very tight, and a defeat could compromise the Kidd’s boys’ race to the post-season.