With a lack of other elite options on Tuesday's slate, Damian Lillard is a potential anchor at point guard.
Darren Collison is a cheap option at point guard with Victor Oladipo set to miss another game.
Hassan Whiteside gets an appealing matchup against the Nets defense on Tuesday.
James Harden is easily the top overall player on Tuesday's DraftKings slate.
Kyrie Irving has stepped up his play recently and will be facing the Suns, who rank 26th in defensive efficiency.
Devin Booker and Deandre Ayton both make for appealing plays against the Nets' defense Tuesday night.
Bazemore is averaging 32 DraftKings points over the past five games and will face the Kings, who have struggled containing shooting guards.
Ish Smith is priced affordably, but he and the Pistons go up against a tough Boston defense Tuesday.
C.J. McCollum will look to bounce back against the Magic on Thursday.
Both Nikola Jokic and Paul Millsap make for appealing plays on Tuesday's two-game slate.
In what should be a fast-paced matchup, Ben Simmons has the opportunity to shine.
With Russell Westbrook banged up, Paul George could be set to temporarily take over the Thunder offense.
Joel Bartilotta suggests a Warriors stack for Sunday's one-game DFS slate.
With the Cavaliers on the brink of elimination, LeBron James will be a must-play for DFS owners Sunday.
Joel Bartilotta breaks down Yahoo's two-day NBA slate encompassing Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals and Game 5 out East.
Chris Paul is slightly cheaper than Steph Curry and makes for an intriguing DFS play for FanDuel's Sunday-Monday slate.
Joel Bartilotta breaks down his lineup for Saturday's Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Now healthy and back to a full workload, Stephen Curry makes for an enticing DFS pick for a two-game playoff slate.
Joel Bartilotta recommends avoiding Rudy Gobert, who's been outplayed by Clint Capela in the second round.
After struggling in his return to the starting five, Joel Bartilotta thinks Stephen Curry is set for a bounce-back performance in Game 4.
Al Horford has gotten the best of Joel Embiid and the Sixers through the first two games of the series.
After a blowout in Game 1, the Pelicans face an uphill battle to climb back into the series agains the defending champs.
Sunday's two-game slate features Donovan Mitchell, who has registered at least 36 fantasy points in each of his first six playoff outings.
Saturday's two-game slate features Terry Rozier, who has stepped up in the absence of Kyrie Irving.
Ben Simmons has topped 50 fantasy points in each of his first four career playoff games.
With an opportunity to even the series against Toronto, John Wall makes for an intriguing DFS play Sunday.
The man with the mask had a huge Game 3 in Miami as the Sixers took a 2-1 series lead.
Joel Bartilotta is staying away from Jonas Valanciunas in Game 2.
The Pacers struggled to defend opposing big men throughout the entire regular season, which makes Kevin Love an intriguing play for Sunday's playoff opener.