Fantasy Basketball: Draft Kings line up for 3/12/19

It is a seven game schedule on this Tuesday night in the NBA. Here is our Draft Kings line up for tonight. There are some intriguing one on one match ups on the schedule.

PG: Lou Williams, Clippers vs. Blazers ($7,300): Williams torched the Celtics last night scoring 34 points and becoming the NBA’s all time leading bench scorer. Williams has been a catalyst for the Clippers all season offensively. He is averaging 33.8 PPG in DFS.

SG: Will Barton, Nuggets vs. T-Wolves ($6,300): Injuries and inconsistently have made Barton a tough play in DFS this season but he has a great match up against the Timberwolves and their depleted backcourt.

SF: Khris Middleton, Bucks at Pelicans ($7,000): The Pelicans are one of the worst defensive teams in the NBA statistically. They give up

A lot of points, especially to teams that can consistently shoot the ball like the Bucks. I expect a productive night out of Middleton.

PF: Kyle Kuzma, Lakers at Bulls ($6,400): Kuz is back and he has a terrific match up against the Bulls. Chicago has been terrible defensively all season long especially at home. Look for Kuzma to push his DFS average of 31.5 PPG.

C: Mason Plumlee, Nuggets vs. T-Wolves ($4,400): Plumlee should be able to produce in the paint in this game especially if Karl Anthony Towns doesn’t play.

G: Jordan Clarkson, Cavaliers at Sixers ($5,500): The Cavaliers have been playing better of late. They blew out the Raptors at home last night and will look to make it two upsets in two nights. If they are going to pull off the upset, they are going to need Clarkson who has averaged 17.0 PPG this season.

F: Tobias Harris, Sixers vs. Cavaliers ($7,500): Harris averages 37.5 PPG in DFS and he has a great match up against a Cavaliers team that is undermanned along the front court. Harris is a must play tonight.

UTIL: DeAndre Jordan, Knicks at Pacers ($5,500): Jordan has continued to produce despite how the Knicks being bad. The Pacers frontcourt poses a challenge but Jordan cleans up on the glass and he scores more than he did in Dallas. Jordan averages 34.1 PPG in DFS. He is a worthwhile play.

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