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DFS NBA Player Picks, Salaries and Betting Lines – March 27

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Mar/27/2015
DFS NBA Player Picks, Salaries and Betting Lines – March 27

We had a bit of a day off yesterday but pick things up Friday with 13 NBA games on tap.

Kyle Lowry was all over our radar this evening but has been scratched due to back spasms.

Greivis Vasquez (Toronto - PG) $4.4K - March 27 – With Lowry scratched you will want to be all over Vasquez this evening as he has to pick up his game and only needs 25 fantasy points to make value.  He made 7X his value Wednesday night versus the tough Chicago Bulls and now faces the LA Lakers.  If Vasquez can put up those numbers against the Bulls, just imagine what he can do against these Lakers.

Nikola Vucevic (Orlando - C) $8K - March 27 – Detroit has permitted the 2nd most fantasy points this season.  He managed to tally up around 36 fantasy points versus a very good Falcons team on March 25.  Against Detroit he flirted with 50 fantasy points.

Eric Gordon (New Orleans - SG) $5.8K – March 27 – Sacramento ranks dead last against opposing shooting guards so anticipate a good night for Gordon, who only needs around 29 fantasy points to make value.  Forget that lousy game against Houston, Gordon surpassed 30 fantasy points against the Clippers in the previous matchup.

Tyreke Evans (New Orleans - PG) $7.5K March 27 – Sacramento is ranked 27th against opposing point guards.  Evans put up nearly 40 fantasy points the last time he went up against the Kings.  This one will be played in New Orleans where the Pelicans are especially potent.  Evans needs around 35 fantasy points in order to make value.

James Harden (Houston - SG) $11.5K – March 27 – Minnesota has given up the 8th most fantasy points allowed to opposing shooting guards and here we have Harden looming.  Houston is still short-handed and Dwight Howard is expected to be played lightly.  Because of the current situation, we anticipate Harden to get enough minutes here even though this should be a blowout.  Harden had a crazy 60+ fantasy points the last time he faced the T-Wolves.

Trevor Ariza (Houston - SF) $6.1K – March 27 – Minnesota is ranked 4th most fantasy points allowed to opposing small forwards. Ariza enjoyed over 30 fantasy points the last time he faced the T-Wolves.  We anticipate similar results here.

Donatas Motiejunas (Houston - PF) $6.3K – March 27 – Motiejunas has been making value in a big way of late.  Going up against a weak Wolves team should help that trend to continue, especially with his minutes expected to be remain stable.  He failed to make value versus Minnesota the last time he face them, however.  Something to keep in the back of your head if other options should surface.

NBA Daily Fantasy Salaries

Atlanta Hawks – Kyle Korver (SG) $4.3K, Demarre Carroll (SF) $5.8K, Jeff Teague (PG) $6.2K, Paul Millsap (PF) $7.5K, Al Horford (C) $6.4K (March 25)

Boston Celtics - Marcus Smart (PG) $4.8K, Evan Turner (PG) $5.9K, Brandon Bass (PF) $5.2K, Tyler Zeller (C) $4K, Avery Bradley (SG) $6K (March 25)

Brooklyn Nets – Joe Johnson (SG) $5.2K, Deron Williams (PG) $5.6K, Bojan Bogdano (SG) $4K, Markel Brown (SG) $3K, Joe Johson (SG) $5.1K, Brook Lopez (C) $7.1K (March 27)

Charlotte Hornets – Gerald Henderson (SG) $5.3K, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (SF) $5.9K, Al Jefferson (C) $6.7K, Marvin Williams (PF) $4.3K, Kemba Walker (PG) $7.2K (March 25)

Chicago Bulls – Jimmy Butler (SG) $8K, Joakim Noah (C) $6.3K, Mike Dunleavy (SF) $4.2K, Pau Gasol (PF) $8.8K, Aaron Brooks (PG) $5.7K (March 25)

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 – Tyson Chandler (C) $5.5K, Monta Ellis (SG) $6.3K, Rajon Rondo (PG) $5.9K, Dirk Nowitzki (PF) $5.7K, Dirk Nowitzki (PF) $5.6K, Chandler Parsons (SF) $6.4K (March 24)

Denver Nuggets –Ty Lawson (PG) $7K, $5.2K, Danilo Gallinari (SF) $6.1K, Wilson Chandler (SF) $5.7K, Kenneth Faried (PF) $7.4K, Jusef Nurkic (C) $4.2K (March 25)

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 – Klay Thompson (SG) $7K, Harrison Barnes (SF) $4.6K, Stephen Curry (PG) $9.5K, Draymond Green (SF) $7.6K, Andrew Bogut (C) $4.6K (March 27)

Houston Rockets – James Harden (SG) $11.5K, Trevor Ariza (SF) $6.1K, Donatas Motiejunas (PF) $6.3K, Jason Terry (SG) $3K, Dwight Howard (C) $7.5K (March 25)

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) $8.3K, Matt Barnes (SF) $4.9K, Chris Paul (PG) $9.9K, Spencer Hawes (C) $3.6K, J.J. Redick (SG) $6.5K, Blake Griffin (PF) $9K (March 25)

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) $5.3KK, Zach Randolph (PF) $7.3K, Marc Gasol (C) $7.5K, Jeff Green (SF) $5.8K, Mike Conley (PG) $6.3K (March 25)

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) $6.4K, Giannis Antetokounmpo (SF) $6.9K, Ersan Ilvasova (PF) $5.9K, Michael Carter-Williams (PG) $6.8K, Zaza Pachulia (C) $5K (March 24)

Minnesota Timberwolves – Lorenzo Brown (PG) $3.1K, Andrew Wiggins (SF) $6.4K, Adreian Payne (PF) $3.9K, Gorgui Dieng (C) $6.4K, Zach Lavine (PG) $5.1K (March 25)

New Orleans Pelicans – Eric Gordon (SG) $5.8K, Tyreke Evans (PG) $7.5K, Omer Asik (C) $5.5K, Quincy Pondexter (SG) $4K, Anthony Davis (PF) $11.2K (March 25)

New York Knicks – Langston Galloway (PG) $5.1K, Lou Amundson (PF) $3.7K, Andrea Bargnani (PF) $5.9K, Lance Thomas (SF) $3.5K (March 25)

Oklahoma City Thunder – Russell Westbrook (PG) $13.2K, Enes Kanter (C) $7.2K, Kyle Singler (SF) $3K, Dion Waiters (SG) $5K, Steven Adams (C) $5.9K (March 25)

Orlando Magic - Nikola Vucevic (C) $8K, Victor Oladipo (SG) $8K, Elfrid Payton (PG) $7.7K,  Andrew Nicholson (PF) $3.3K, Moe Harkless (SF) $4.2K (March 25)

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) $8.3K, Markieff Morris (PF) $6.4K, Marcus Morris (PF) $5.8K, Alex Len (C) $4.7K (March 27)

Portland Trail Blazers – A. Crabbe (SG) $4.2K, Damian Lillard (PG) $7.8K, Lamarcus Aldridge (PF) $8.7K, Aaron Afflalo (SG) $4.3K, Robin Lopez (C) $4.5K (March 27)

Sacramento Kings – Ben McLemore (SG) $3.6K, Ray McCallum (PG) $4K, DeMarcus Cousins (C) $9.6K, O.Casspi (SF) $3.6K, Rudy Gay (SF) $7.8K (March 24)

San Antonio Spurs – Dany Green (SG) $5.8K, Kawhi Leonard (SF) $8.1K, Tony Parker (PG) $6K, Tim Duncan (PF) $6.8K, Tiago Splitter (C) $4.3K (March 24)

Toronto Raptors –DeMar DeRozan (SG) $7.8K, Terrence Ross (SF) $3.7K, Terrence Ross (PF) $3.5, Greivis Vasquez $4.4K, Amir Johnson (PF) $4.5K, Jonas Valenciunas (C) $5.7K (March 27)
Utah Jazz – J. Ingles (SF) $3.2K, Gordon Hayward (SF) $7.6K, Dante Exum (SG) $3K, Rudy Gobert (C) $8.1K, Derrick Favors (PF) $8.1K (March 27)

Washington Wizards – Paul Pierce (SF) $4.9K John Wall (PG) $8.5K, N. Hilario (PF) $4.6K, M. Gortat (C) $6, Bradley Beal (SG) $5.9K (March 25)

NBA - Mar 27

 

Mar 27

851

DETROIT

-2-110

o197-110

-125

 

7:05 PM

852

ORLANDO

+2-110

u197-110

+105

 

Mar 27

853

LA CLIPPERS

-12½-110

o201½-110

 
 

7:05 PM

854

PHILADELPHIA

+12½-110

u201½-110

 
 

Mar 27

855

CHARLOTTE

+3½-110

o188-110

+150

 

7:05 PM

856

WASHINGTON

-3½-110

u188-110

-170

 

Mar 27

857

LA LAKERS

+8½-110

o203½-110

+320

 

7:35 PM

858

TORONTO

-8½-110

u203½-110

-400

 

Mar 27

859

CLEVELAND

-9-110

o207½-110

-450

 

7:35 PM

860

BROOKLYN

+9-110

u207½-110

+350

 

Mar 27

861

MIAMI

+8½-110

o196-110

+320

 

7:35 PM

862

ATLANTA

-8½-110

u196-110

-400

 

Mar 27

863

BOSTON

-9½-110

o194½-110

 
 

7:35 PM

864

NEW YORK

+9½-110

u194½-110

 
 

Mar 27

865

SACRAMENTO

+6½-110

o206½-110

+240

 

8:05 PM

866

NEW ORLEANS

-6½-110

u206½-110

-280

 

Mar 27

867

MINNESOTA

+13-110

o206-110

 
 

8:05 PM

868

HOUSTON

-13-110

u206-110

 
 

Mar 27

869

GOLDEN STATE

-3½-110

o198-110

-160

 

8:05 PM

870

MEMPHIS

+3½-110

u198-110

+140

 

Mar 27

871

DALLAS

+9½-110

o207-110

 
 

8:35 PM

872

SAN ANTONIO

-9½-110

u207-110

 
 

Mar 27

873

UTAH

+1½-110

o188½-110

EV

 

9:05 PM

874

DENVER

-1½-110

u188½-110

-120

 

Mar 27

875

PORTLAND

-1-110

o204½-110

 
 

10:05 PM

876

PHOENIX

+1-110

u204½-110

 

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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