Montrezl Harrell (FDraft: $11,900 DK: $6,600 FDuel: $7,500): Rinse, repeat. DraftKings refuses to price up Montrezl Harrell and FanDuel has even been a bit hesitant to increase his salary. Harrell has been a FPPM monster this year, averaging around only 24 minutes per contest, yet he has put up 30 or more DK points in 6 straight contests. Harrell is a high-energy player who snags lots of rebounds, attacks the rim offensively, and racks up defensive stats. Tonight he matches up with a Washington front court that ranks 19th in the league in fantasy points allowed to versatile bigs. Coming off the bench, Harrell should see a fair share of defense from Markieff Morris and Jason Smith, occasionally having to go up against Dwight Howard. Morris and Howard are worst and 3rd-worst defenders on their team, respectively. Smith is a middle-of-the-road defender. Harrell is slowly becoming a DFI favorite. Maybe after tonight, he’ll be one of yours, too.
Spencer Dinwiddie (FDraft: $10,600 DK: $5,500 FDuel $6,300): In three games without Caris LeVert, Dinwiddie is averaging 17 points, 4 rebounds, and 7 assists per game, but his price has increased just once from high 4k range to mid 5k range. Averaging 30 minutes and 34 fpts per game, Dinwiddie is obviously still underpriced. With LeVert off the floor, Dinwiddie sees a 4.1% usage increase and scores 0.14 more FPPM, good for 40+ points per 36 minutes. Without Dragic playing for the Heat, the matchup is about league average and with that being a non-factor, Dinwiddie makes for a fantastic play with shown 50 point upside at a respectable price. We will be locking in the Nets guard into all of our lines tonight!