The final slate of the regular season features 12 games, including the Nuggets and Nikola Jokic, who has scored 52.00 to 68.50 fantasy points over the last seven games.
Tuesday's five-game ledger includes the Sixers' Robert Covington, who has taken on increased responsibility with Joel Embiid (orbital) out of the lineup.
Juan Carlos Blanco looks over Monday's slate and expects the recently returned Jimmy Butler to come up big at home against the Grizzlies.
Rudy Gobert is a top option at center Sunday, as the Jazz continue to fight for playoff positioning and face off with an uptempo Lakers team.
Juan Carlos Blanco reviews Saturday's slate and thinks Jrue Holiday will put up big numbers in a fast-paced road game against the Warriors.
While the Suns continue to careen toward the lottery, Josh Jackson has quietly had a strong second half.
Currently sitting one game out of the eighth seed in the West, the Nuggets will need Nikola Jokic to perform well to keep their playoff hopes alive.
Wednesday's six-game slate features Al Horford, who is seeing increased usage due to a myriad of injuries to the Celtics.
Tuesday's nine-game ledger features the likes of Lauri Markkanen, who has scored 30.00 to 33.00 fantasy points in four of the last five games.
With playoff implications on the line, Russell Westbrook makes for an intriguing play in a what is expected to be an uptempo affair vs. the Pelicans.
Juan Carlos Blanco looks over Saturday's short slate and thinks Kyle Lowry will stay productive in a crucial road game against the Celtics.
Damian Lillard makes his return to action Friday following the birth of his first child.
Juan Carlos Blanco believes both Giannis Antetokounmpo and Eric Bledsoe could be intriguing DFS options Thursday with an uptempo matchup against the Warriors.
Wednesday's eight-game slate features plenty of intriguing options, including Karl-Anthony Towns, who has racked up 46.00 to 54.75 fantasy points in four of the last five games.
Tuesday's seven-game ledger features plenty of options at every position, including Eric Gordon, who should continue to see a usage boost with James Harden (rest) out.
Juan Carlos Blanco looks over Monday's slate and expects Ben Simmons to continue his recent rampage at home against the Nuggets.
With superstar teammates Kevin Durant, Steph Curry and Klay Thompson sidelined, Draymond Green should see a hefty uptick in usage Sunday.
Juan Carlos Blanco looks over Saturday's short slate and expects Kemba Walker to continue his recent hot streak in Dallas.
Kevin Love hasn't missed a beat in two games back from injury, and he faces a weak Suns' defense on Friday.
If you can't afford to pay up for James Harden for Thursday's DFS slate, Ben Simmons makes for a solid alternative with a fairly high ceiling.
Wednesday's eight-game ledger provides plenty of options, including the Nets' Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, who has scored 33.25 to 45.50 fantasy points in five of the last six.
Tuesday's modest six-game slate features the Jazz and Joe Ingles, who has scored 29.50 to 47.75 fantasy points over the last seven games at a clip of 1.03 fantasy points per minute.
Juan Carlos Blanco checks out Monday's slate and expects Giannis Antetokounmpo to come up big on the road against the inconsistent Cavaliers.
Juan Carlos Blanco gives his picks for a small DFS slate Sunday, with Damian Lillard being a strong play against the Clippers.
Juan Carlos Blanco takes a look at Saturday's slate and expects Draymond Green to see a sky-high usage rate against the Suns given the Warriors' depleted roster.
With Kevin Durant, Steph Curry and Klay Thompson all out Friday, Draymond Green will shoulder more of the offensive burden.
With playoff implications on the line, LaMarcus Aldridge will look to carry the Spurs past the Pelicans and makes for an intriguing DFS option Thursday.
Wednesday's reduced four-game slate is full of injuries, with a myriad of players, such as Kevin Durant, benefiting from the situation.
Tuesday's 11 games provide a myriad of options, including Devin Booker, who is going up against a Cavaliers defense that struggles against shooting guards.
Juan Carlos Blanco looks over Monday's short slate and expects Giannis Antetokounmpo to exploit a road matchup against the hapless Grizzlies.