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DFS NBA Player Picks, Salaries and Betting Lines – March 23

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Mar/23/2015
DFS NBA Player Picks, Salaries and Betting Lines – March 23

Gambling911.com has your DFS NBA player picks, salaries and betting lines for March 23.  Remember to watch for a relatively new phenomenon that seems to be catching on in the league – the sitting out of players in games that appear as if they will be likely blowouts.  Blame Pop for this one!

Interestingly enough, a matchup we would normally shy away from – Houston vs. Indiana – is one we are all over today thanks to Rockets injuries translating into an uptick in minutes for other key players along with Houston’s inability to contain centers of late.

James Harden (Houston - SG) $11.2K - March 23 – Under normal circumstances we would probably shy away from taking Harden against the Pacers but, with Houston so banged up, Harden will need to pick up much of the slack.  That means more minutes and more production from this trusted shooting guard.

Donatas Motiejunas (Houston - PF) March 23 –  $5.6K Dwight Howard and Terrence Jones are both out for tonight’s game against the Pacers and, as noted above, certain players will have to fill in the void.  Motiejunas should see extended action against the Pacers. He’ll need roughly 29 fantasy points to make value and he has scored at least 25 fantasy points in four straight games so this is certainly doable. 

Roy Hibbert (Indiana - C) $4.5K - March 23 –  Needing only around 27 fantasy points to make value, Hibbert has averaged 28 in his last four contests and goes up against a banged up Houston team that is struggling against opposing centers over the past several weeks.

Nikola Mirotic - (Chicago - PF) $7.6K – March 23 - Charlotte is looming large on the 23rd.  Mirotic just made value against the Hornets coming off the bench.  It helps that they have struggled against power forwards of late.  He easily made value as a starter against Philadelphia in his previous game.

Brook Lopez (Brooklyn - C) $6.4K - March 23 – Lopez just scored 26 baskets and had 4 blocks against a solid Pacers team.  The Celtics rank 21st against opposing centers.  With that said, I wouldn’t chance it facing Indiana against on the 31st.

Pau Gasol (Chicago - PF) $8.8K – March 23 - Charlotte is struggling against power forwards and here we have one of the best in the league.  Playing in Charlotte the last time, Gasol had trouble making value against the Hornets.  He hit 36 or more fantasy points in three of his last four games. 

Mike Conley (Memphis - PG) $6K – March 23 – He scored close to 40 fantasy points the last time playing the Knicks.  This will be a game on the road.  We don’t really see Conley sitting out for this one but there is always that possibility so monitor closely.

Gordon Hayward (Utah - SF) $7.6K - March 23 - Minnesota is giving up the 4th most fantasy points to opposing small forwards. Hayward scored 32 fantasy points in three of his last four games.  Beware: The last time he faced the T-Wolves, for whatever the reason, Hayward struggled big time, and that was with nearly 35 minutes worth of production.

NBA Daily Fantasy Salaries

Atlanta Hawks – Kent Bazemore (SG) $4K, Demarre Carroll (SF) $5.5K, Jeff Teague (PG) $6.6K, Paul Millsap (PF) $7.8K, Al Horford (C) $6.9K (March 18)

Boston Celtics - Marcus Smart (PG) $5.2, Evan Turner (PG) $5.4K, Brandon Bass (PF) $5.2K, Tyler Zeller (C) $3.8K, Avery Bradley (SG) $5.1K (March 14)

Brooklyn Nets – Joe Johnson (SG) $5.2K, Deron Williams (PG) $5.6K, Markel Brown (SG) $3K, Thaddeus Young (PF) $6K, Brook Lopez (C) $6.4K (March 21)

Charlotte Hornets – Gerald Henderson (SG) $5.5K, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (SF) $6.2K, Al Jefferson (C) $7.1K, Marvin Williams (PF) $4.6K, Mo Williams (PG) $7K (March 14)

Chicago Bulls – Tony Snell (SF) $4.6K, Joakim Noah (C) $6.3K, Mike Dunleavy (SF) $4K, Pau Gasol (PF) $8.8K, Aaron Brooks (PG) $5.7K (March 18)

Cleveland Cavaliers – Lebron James (SF) $9.9K, J.R. Smith (SG) $5.3K, Kevin Love (PF) $7K, Timofey Mozgov (C) $4.6K, Kyrie Irving (PG) $7.7K (March 22)

Dallas Mavericks – JJ Barea (PG) $4.1K, Monta Ellis (SG) $6.7K, Rajon Rondo (PG) $5.9K, Dirk Nowitzki (PF) $5.7K, Dirk Nowitzki (PF) $5.6K, Chandler Parsons (SF) $5.7K (March 18)

Denver Nuggets – Randy Foye (SG) $3.8K, Ty Lawson (PG) $7K, $5.2K, Danilo Gallinari (SF) $6, Wilson Chandler (SF) $5.3K, Kenneth Faried (PF) $6.5K (March 9)

Detroit Pistons – Caron Butler (SF) $3K, Reggie Jackson (PG) $6.9K, Andre Drummond (C) $7.8K, Anthony Tolliver (PF) $3.8K (March 21)

Golden State Warriors – Justin Holiday (SG) $3.6K, Harrison Barnes (SF) $4.2K, Stephen Curry (PG) $9.5K, Draymond Green (SF) $7.6K, Andrew Bogut (C) $4.2K (March 20)

Houston Rockets – James Harden (SG) $11.2K, Trevor Ariza (SF) $6.3K, Patrick Beverly (PG) $4.5K, Donatas Motiejunas (PF) $5.6K, Terrence Jones (PF) $7K, Joey Dorsey (C) $3K (March 21)

Indiana Pacers- C.J. Miles (SF), $4.4K, George Hill (PG) $6.5K, David West (PF) $5.3K, Roy Hibbert (C) $4.5K, Solomon Hill (SF) $3.9K (March 21)

LA Clippers – Deandre Jordan (C) $8.8K, Matt Barnes (SF) $5.2K, Chris Paul (PG) $9.7K, Spencer Hawes (C) $3.6K, J.J. Redick (SG) $6.5K, Blake Griffin (PF) $9K (March 14)

LA Lakers – Wayne Ellington (SG) $4.4K, Jordan Clarkson (PG) $5.4K, Wayne Johnson (SF) $4.2K, Tariq Black (PF) $3.8K, Jordan Hill (C) $5.6K (March 22)

Memphis Grizzlies – Tony Allen (SF) $4.5K, Zach Randolph (PF) $7.3K, Marc Gasol (C) $7.5K, Courtney Lee (SG) $3.5K, Mike Conley (PG) $6K (March 14)

Miami Heat –Hassan Whiteside (C) $7.7K, Dwyane Wade (SG) $8.1K, Udonis Haslem (PF) $3K, Luol Deng (SF) $5.3K, Goran Dragic (PG) $7K (March 22)

Milwaukee Bucks – Khris Middleton (SG) $6.7, Giannis Antetokounmpo (SF) $6.9K, Ersan Ilvasova (PF) $5K, Michael Carter-Williams (PG) $5.7K, Zaza Pachulia (C) $4K (March 14)

Minnesota Timberwolves – Kevin Martin (SG) $5.9K, Andrew Wiggins (SF) $6.4K, Ricky Rubio (PG) $7.8, Adreian Payne (PF) $4.1K, Gorgui Dieng (C) $5.9K (March 18)

New Orleans Pelicans – Eric Gordon (SG) $6K, Tyreke Evans (PG) $7.5K, Omer Asik (C) $5.1K, Quincy Pondexter (SG) $3.3K, Anthony Davis (PF) $11.4K (March 14)

New York Knicks – Langston Galloway (PG) $4.5K, Lou Amundson (PF) $3.4K, Andrea Bargnani (PF) $6.1K, Alexy Shved (SG) $6.2K, Lance Thomas (SF) $3K (March 14)

Oklahoma City Thunder – Russell Westbrook (PG) $13.2K, Andre Robertson (SG) $3K, Serge Ibalka (PF) $7.6K, Enes Kanter (C) $5.8K, Kyle Singler (SF) $3K, D.J. Augustin (PG) $4.1K, Dion Walters (SG) $4.7K, Steven Adams (C) $5.5K (March 22)

Orlando Magic - Nikola Vucevic (C) $8.7K, Victor Oladipo (SG) $7.7K, Elfrid Payton (PG) $6.2K, C. Frye (PF) $3.3K, Tobias Harris (SF) $6.9K , Nikola Vucevic (C) 8.3K, DeWayne Dedmom (C) $3.4K (March 17)

Philadelphia 76ers – Nerlens Noel (C) $7.7K, Luc Richard Mbah a Moute (SG) $4.4K, Jason Richard (SG) $3.5K, Jakaar Sampson (PF) $3K, J. Smith (PG) $5.7K (March 22)

Phoenix Suns –PJ Tucker (SF) $5.5K, Eric Bledsoe (PG) $8.1K, Markieff Morris (PF) $5.3K, Marcus Morris (PF) $5.3K, Brandon Wright (PF) $5K (March 21)

Portland Trail Blazers - Damian Lillard (PG) $7.6K, Lamarcus Aldridge (PF) $9K, Nicolas Batum (SF) $6.9K, Aaron Afflalo (SG) $4.3K, Robin Lopez (C) $4.5K (March 21)

Sacramento Kings – Ben McLemore (SG) $4.4K, Ray McCallum (PG) $4.7K, Carl Landry (PF) $3K, DeMarcus Cousins (C) $10, O.Casspi (SF) $3.8K (March 18)

San Antonio Spurs – Dany Green (SG) $5.6K, Kawhi Leonard (SF) $8.6K, Tony Parker (PG) $6.6K, Tim Duncan (PF) $6.8K, Tiago Splitter (C) $3.6K (March 17)

Toronto Raptors –DeMar DeRozan (SG) $7.4K, Kyle Lowry (PG) $7.2K, Terrence Ross (PF) $3.5, Amir Johnson (PF) $4K, Jonas Valenciunas (C) $5.2K (March 20)
Utah Jazz – Rodney Hood (SF) $4.7K, Gordon Hayward (SF) $7.6K, Dante Exum (SG) $3.3K, Rudy Gobert (C) $8.1K, Derrick Favors (PF) $7.9K (March 21)

Washington Wizards – Paul Pierce (SF) $4.6K John Wall (PG) $8.5K, N. Hilario (PF) $4.6K, M. Gortat (C) $7.1, Bradley Beal (SG) $5.7K (March 14)

NBA - Mar 23

 

Mar 23

601

HOUSTON

-1-115

o203½-110

-125

 

7:05 PM

602

INDIANA

+1-105

u203½-110

+105

 

Mar 23

603

MEMPHIS

-13½-105

o183-110

 
 

7:35 PM

604

NEW YORK

+13½-115

u183-110

 
 

Mar 23

605

BOSTON

+5-115

o203½-110

+180

 

7:35 PM

606

BROOKLYN

-5-105

u203½-110

-220

 

Mar 23

607

CHARLOTTE

+7-115

o191½-110

+250

 

8:05 PM

608

CHICAGO

-7-105

u191½-110

-300

 

Mar 23

609

MINNESOTA

+10-110

o184-110

 
 

9:05 PM

610

UTAH

-10-110

u184-110

 
 

Mar 23

611

WASHINGTON

+11-110

o205-110

 
 

10:35 PM

612

GOLDEN STATE

-11-110

u205-110

 

NBA - Mar 24

 

Mar 24

651

TORONTO

     
 

7:35 PM

652

DETROIT

     
 

Mar 24

653

LA LAKERS

+10½-110

o209-110

 
 

8:05 PM

654

OKLAHOMA CITY

-10½-110

u209-110

 
 

Mar 24

655

MIAMI

-1-110

o194-110

 
 

8:05 PM

656

MILWAUKEE

+1-110

u194-110

 
 

Mar 24

657

SAN ANTONIO

-2½-110

o205½-110

 
 

8:05 PM

658

DALLAS

+2½-110

u205½-110

 
 

Mar 24

659

PHILADELPHIA

+8½-110

o207½-110

 
 

10:05 PM

660

SACRAMENTO

-8½-110

u207½-110

 
 

Mar 24

661

GOLDEN STATE

     
 

10:35 PM

662

PORTLAND

     

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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