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Enes Kanter Kills It for Daily Fantasy Players

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Mar/24/2015
Enes Kanter Kills It for Daily Fantasy Players

Thunder center Enes Kanter helped guide his team to yet another win despite the shortage of star players.  Kanter was also a prize for daily fantasy players.

Priced at $7K, Kanter totaled 16 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 steal and 24 baskets to top 45 fantasy points.  He only need around 34 fantasy points to make value. 

Kanter wasn’t the only Thunder center to make value. 

Steven Adams, priced at $5.5K needed 28 fantasy points and ultimately eclipsed 35 fantasy points Tuesday evening.

Despite Russell Westbrook’s stellar night against the Lakers, he didn’t quite make value priced at $13.3K.  Westbrook needed over 55 fantasy points and ended up with around 47. 

Dion Walters (SG) also came through with better than 30 fantasy points.  He needed 28.

OKC players have had to step up with Kevin Durant out.  They are also in no position to rest players as the Thunder is vying for one of the last remaining Playoffs spots in the West. They were currently 3 games ahead of Phoenix for the final 8 spot and 3.5 games behind Dallas.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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