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Daily Fantasy NBA Player Value Watch – March 25: All Eyes On OKC

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Mar/25/2015
Daily Fantasy NBA Player Value Watch – March 25: All Eyes On OKC

Gambling911.com has your daily fantasy NBA player value watch for March 25 with some terrific options ahead.  This is an easy to follow analysis broken down by date then by individual player.  Keep in mind, players are regularly added to these Value Watches so you may wish to come back for updates.

We are loving the options available for the Oklahoma City Thunder with the likes of Kevin Durant and Serge Ibalka out players have stepped up in a big win to propel this team to six wins in their last seven games.  

On the surface, San Antonio may not seem like the most fantasy-friendly option when considering Thunder players but, again, we are looking at an uptick in minutes for some where the prices haven’t quite caught up.

March 25 - Nerlens Noel, J.J. Redick, Al Horford, Russell Westbrook, Dion Waiters, Enes Kanter

March 27 – Kyle Lowry

March 28 – Pau Gasol

March 29 – Brook Lopez, Russell Westbrook, Enes Kanter  

March 30 – Mike Conley

April 1 – Russell Westbrook, Jonas Valenciunas, DeMar DeRozan, DeMarcus Cousins

Russell Westbrook (Oklahoma City - PG) $13.2K - March 25 – He played San Antonio well back in December.  Five steals helped propel him over the 60 fantasy points mark. 

Dion Waiters (Oklahoma City - SG) $5K - March 25 – He only needs 25 fantasy points to make value.  Waiters scored nearly that number of baskets in addition to tacking on a few assists and rebounds. 

Enes Kanter (Oklahoma City - C) $7.2K - March 25 – He was amazing last night and will go up against a Spurs team that is just so-so against opposing centers.  Kanter has made 5x or more of his value in six of his past 7 games.

Nerlens Noel (Philadelphia - C) $7.7K – March 25 - Noel faces a Denver team he hit near 30 fantasy points against the last time facing them.  Even with his price shooting up a grand Noel still has value.

Al Horford (Atlanta - C) $6.9K – March 25 – Orlando ranks second to last in giving up the most fantasy points to opposing centers.

March 29 - He’ll face a Suns team that he managed to scrape together over 75 fantasy points against. 

April 1 – Dallas is another team that has struggled against opposing point guards and another team Westbrook has had little trouble going over 50 fantasy points against. 

J.J. Redick (Los Angeles Clippers SG) $6.5K – March 25 – The Knicks have had difficulties against opposing shooting guards.  He will need around 31 fantasy points to make value.  Redick is a tad overpriced but he’s made or come very close to making value in three of the last four games.  He did not make value versus the Knicks last time facing them. 

Enes Kanter (Oklahoma City - C) $5.8K – March 29 - Kanter nearly made value the last time he faced off against Phoenix and this go around he’ll be picking up some of the slack due to a number of players sitting out.

Jonas Valenciunas (Toronto - C) $5.2K - April 1 – For the reason cited above related to Minnesota.  He puled off over 30 fantasy points against the T-Wolves last time facing them. 

Brook Lopez (Brooklyn - C) $6.4K - March 29 – You’ll want to play him again on the 29th simply because he had 14 rebounds against the Lakers last time, not to mention 22 baskets.

Pau Gasol (Chicago - PF) $8.8K – March 28 – Gasol is a decent pick against a Knicks team he managed to accumulate nearly 40 fantasy points against the last time.  This, however, could prove to be a blowout so you’ll want to exercise some degree of caution.  

DeMar DeRozan (Toronto - SG) $7.4K – April 1 – DeRozan hit nearly 40 fantasy points against Minnesota last time.  This one is on the road making a blowout a little less likely especially considering the last matchup in this series was won by only five points. 

DeMarcus Cousins (Sacramento - C) $10K – April 1 – Keep an eye on Cousins this day.  Houston has struggled against opposing centers of late.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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