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    Welcome to the DFS Delivery, the article that helps you build your DFS lineups and focuses on the overall best plays at the time of writing.

    Time flew by and we are now in April, just a couple of days away from the end of the NBA regular season!

    Anyhow, we have a 10-gamer on our hands tonight, which is already full of value since Memphis decided to rest everybody tonight and I am pretty sure that by the time we get to lock, we will have more.

    So, with that in mind, let’s get to my favorite plays at the moment.

    Player Tiers

    Expensive Tier

    Nikola Jokic ($12,500) – With all this value we have tonight it won’t be hard to fit any stud you want into your lineups. My first choice, though, will be Jokic. He’s coming off 70+ fantasy points outings in three straight games and is playing in the game with the highest total on the board. He will be highly owned again tonight but when you have someone that has a 60-point floor, it is really hard not to click him into your lineup and just move on.

    Dejounte Murray ($11,400) Spurs need to win and playing against the Blazers should be an easy one, and they will again heavily rely on Dejounte Murray. The Portland Trail Blazers have allowed the third-most points per game this year at 114.9. That number is up to 124.6 in the last 10, making the Blazers the worst defense in the NBA. His price is high but the potential for a huge night is there.


    Jalen Green ($6,800) – He’s taken 24 and 25 shots the last two games one of them was against the same team he will be facing tonight. The Kings are bad, the Rockets are bad, their defenses are really bad and this total is super high for a reason. The game should be also close again, so he should feature heavily; really there is no reason for him not to be in your lineups.

    De’Anthony Melton ($5,200) I like Melton a lot for DFS because he’s a really strong per-minute producer who usually shines when he gets more than just his usual 25-28 minutes. He can do a lot of things on the floor and he can give us points from every category so If he gets 30+ minutes today, he projects to be a great value. Of course, you can go with Brooks if you want to, but I prefer Melton due to the reasons above.


    Brandon Clarke ($4,000) All the Grizzlies are in play tonight, but Clarke sticks out to me at this price. He missed two games with hip soreness but returned to produce 21 and 18.5 DKFP in an average of 21.5 minutes. If he gets closer to 30 minutes in this game with increased usage, a double-double is not out of the question and solid multi-category production makes him a very safe pick at this price tag.

    Kelly Olynyk ($3,700) – Marvin Bagley left last night’s game against the Sixers early with an injury and should miss the game tonight, and with Jerami Grant already ruled out, that leaves a lot of minutes on the floor for the Pistons.

    And that is why we go to Olynyk. He doesn’t need many minutes to produce either way, he’s around 1.1 FPPM on the season and averages 21 DK points per game despite playing less than 20 minutes. He is playing against OKC, he could see close to 30 minutes, and I really cannot see a way to ignore him at this price tag.

    Honorable Mentions: Luka Doncic ($12,100), Cade Cunningham ($9,000), Kevin Porter Jr. ($7,500), Theo Maledon ($6,800), Dillon Brooks ($5,900), Xavier Tillman ($3,100).

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