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NBA Daily Fantasy Picks, Salaries and Betting Lines – March 18

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Mar/18/2015
NBA Daily Fantasy Picks, Salaries and Betting Lines – March 18

Gambling911.com has your NBA daily fantasy picks, salaries and betting lines for March 18 with a full slate of games Wednesday evening.

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Elfrid Payton (Orlando - PG) $5.8K – March 18 - Needing roughly 29 fantasy points, Payton topped 35 the other night versus Boston and came close to making value versus Milwaukee in the previous game.  Most telling of all perhaps is that Payton was able to hold his own against Indiana a few nights ago. Dallas has struggled against point guards though Payton did not fare well versus the Mavs when he last faced them.  Use only as a last alternative in this matchup.

Nerlens Noel (Philadelphia - C) $6.7K – March 18 - Detroit gives up the 4th most points to opposing centers this season so Noel needs to be on your roster the 18th for sure.

J.J. Redick (Los Angeles Clippers - SG) $6.5K – March 18 - Sacramento ranks dead last against centers.  Redick’s price has gone up for a reason.  Redick needs approximately 31 fantasy points.  Against a decent Charlotte team he just made value. 

DeMar DeRozan (Toronto - SG) $7.2K – March 18 - DeRozan needs roughly 32 fantasy points and reached that number in his last game versus Miami.  Now he goes up against a Pacers team that has had troubles of late containing shooting guards.  He did flirt with the 40 mark last time going up against Indiana.

Minnesota is also having it difficulties against opposing shooting guards, giving up the 8th most fantasy points to that position.   DeRozan did make value the last time facing the T-Wolves.

Damian Lillard (Oregon - PG) $8.1K - March 18 – He will face a Heat team that has struggled against opposing point guards since the start of the year.  Lillard needs approximately 32 fantasy points to make value.  He just barely made that versus Washington the other night.  Lillard struggled against a much more potent Heat team last season.

Tiago Splitter (San Antonio - C) $3.6K – March 18 – Milwaukee has allowed the most fantasy points to opposing centers since the start of the season and Splitter comes cheap, barely needing 20 fantasy points to make value.  He hit over 30 fantasy points last night versus the Knicks.  This is a back-to-back game where Spurs bigger names may see reduced minutes.   Playing just over 16 minutes off the bench the last time he faced the Bucks, Splitter managed to accumulate better than 15 fantasy points. 

Demarre Carroll (Atlanta - SF) $5.5K - March 18 – A play to consider as he only needs roughly 26 fantasy points to make value.  Expect Carroll to get a slight bump in minutes with Kyle Korver out.  Carroll played well the other night versus the Kings and will face off against a potent Golden State team that’s only real weakness is against opposing shooting forwards.

Russell Westbrook (Oklahoma – PG) - $12.5K - March 18 – Don’t even think about it although the temptation may certainly be there.  Westbrook can do no wrong but, needing 50 fantasy points against Boston Wednesday night, he will be up against defensive-minded Avery Bradley. 

 

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) $5.8K, Mason Plumlee (C) $4.3K, Markel Brown (SG) $3K, Thaddeus Young (PF) $5.5K, Brook Lopez (C) $6.7K (March 14)

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) $10.5K, J.R. Smith (SG) $5.5K, Kevin Love (PF) $7.6K, Timofey Mozgov (C) $4.9K, Kyrie Irving (PG) $8.1K (March 18)

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 – Kentavious Caldwell (SG) $3.8K, Reggie Jackson (PG) $6.4K, Andre Drummond (C) $7.5K, Anthony Tolliver (PF) $3.1K (March 17)

Golden State Warriors – Klay Thompson (SG) $7K, Harrison Barnes (SF) $4.2K, Stephen Curry (PG) $9.5K, Draymond Green (SF) $7.2K, Andrew Bogut (C) $4.5K (March 9)

Houston Rockets – James Harden (SG) $10.8K, Trevor Ariza (SF) $5.7K, Patrick Beverly (PG) $4.2K, Donatas Motiejunas (PF) $5.2K, Terrence Jones (PF) $7K (March 14)

Indiana Pacers- C.J. Miles (SF), $4K, George Hill (PG) $6.5K, David West (PF) $5.6K, Roy Hibbert (C) $4.2K, Solomon Hill (SF) $3.9K (March 14)

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, Ryan Kelly (PF) $3K, Jordan Clarkson (PG) $4.9K, Carlos Boozer (PF) $4.6K, Robert Sacre (C)$3.3K (March 1)

Memphis Grizzlies - Zach Randolph (PF) $7K, Marc Gasol (C) $7.5K, Courtney Lee (SG) $3.5K, Jeff Green (SF) $5.4K, Mike Conley (PG) $6K (March 14)

Miami Heat –Hassan Whiteside (C) $8.5K, Dwyane Wade (SG) $7.2K, Udonis Haslem (PF) $3.3K, Luol Deng (SF) $5.3K, Goran Dragic (PG) $6.3K (March 13)

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 $6.2K, Lance Thomas $3K (March 14)

Oklahoma City Thunder – Russell Westbrook (PG) $12500, Andre Robertson (SG) $3K, Serge Ibalka (PF) $7.6K, Enes Kanter (C) $5.8K, Kyle Singler (SF) $3K, D.J. Augustin (PG) $4.1K (March 14)

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) $6.7K, Luc Richard Mbah a Moute (SG) $5K, Jason Richard (SG) $3.7K, Jakaar Sampson (PF) $3K, J. Smith (PG) $5K (March 13)

Phoenix Suns –PJ Tucker (SF) $5.7K, Eric Bledsoe (SG) $8.1K, Markieff Morris (PF) $6.1K, Alex Len (C) $5.2K, Marcus Morris (PF) $4.6K (March 13)

Portland Trail Blazers - Damian Lillard (PG) $8.1K, Lamarcus Aldridge (PF) $9K, Nicolas Batum (SF) $6.7K, Aaron Afflalo (SG) $4.6K, Robin Lopez (C) $5K (March 13)

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) $7.2K, James Johnson (SF) $4K, Terrence Ross (PF) $4.3K, Amir Johnson (PF) $4K, Jonas Valenciunas (C) $5.2K (March 13)
Utah Jazz – Rodney Hood (SF) $3.6K, Gordon Hayward (SF) $7.6K, Dante Exum (SG) $3.3K, Rudy Gobert (C) $8.3K, Derrick Favors (PF) $8.1K (March 14)
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, Paul Pierce (SF) $4.4K (March 14)

NBA - Mar 18

 

Mar 18

601

BROOKLYN

+12-115

o206-110

 
 

7:05 PM

602

CLEVELAND

-12-105

u206-110

 
 

Mar 18

603

DETROIT

-2½-110

o195-110

-135

 

7:05 PM

604

PHILADELPHIA

+2½-110

u195-110

+115

 

Mar 18

605

MINNESOTA

+12-110

o208½-110

 
 

7:35 PM

606

TORONTO

-12-110

u208½-110

 
 

Mar 18

607

PORTLAND

-2½-110

o202½-110

-145

 

7:35 PM

608

MIAMI

+2½-110

u202½-110

+125

 

Mar 18

609

SAN ANTONIO

-6-105

o192-110

-260

 

8:05 PM

610

MILWAUKEE

+6-115

u192-110

+220

 

Mar 18

611

INDIANA

+1-115

o188½-110

 
 

8:05 PM

612

CHICAGO

-1-105

u188½-110

 
 

Mar 18

613

ORLANDO

+12½-110

o204-110

 
 

8:05 PM

614

DALLAS

-12½-110

u204-110

 
 

Mar 18

615

BOSTON

+7-105

o212-110

+245

 

8:05 PM

616

OKLAHOMA CITY

-7-115

u212-110

-285

 

Mar 18

617

LA CLIPPERS

-9-110

o212½-110

-450

 

10:05 PM

618

SACRAMENTO

+9-110

u212½-110

+350

 

Mar 18

619

ATLANTA

+6½-115

o207½-110

+235

 

10:35 PM

620

GOLDEN STATE

-6½-105

u207½-110

-275

 

Mar 18

621

WASHINGTON

+3-105

o180½-110

+145

 

10:35 PM

622

UTAH

-3-115

u180½-110

-165

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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