Tyler Ulis ($6,400) – Ulis is still priced in the mid-$6k range, all while averaging 35-40 minutes a game. That’s simply too much court time to pass up on. Not to mention, teams this late in the season are likely to rest a lot of their guys, while the Phoenix Suns are doing the exact opposite. They’ve been developing their young guns for the entire 2nd half of the season, and the same will be in store tonight when they take on the Sacramento Kings. Ulis is a safe cash game play tonight that should easily be able to score you 30+, which he’s done in 3 of his last 4 games.
Nicolas Batum ($6,600) – No Kemba Walker means a whole lot more usage for Nic Batum, who has actually been playing really well even with Kemba on the floor. He’s hit 33+ fantasy points in 5 of his last 6 games, and only needs 33 FP to reach value again tonight. He should be a safe lock for 30+ minutes tonight and shoulder a lot of the scoring load for the Hornets offense.
Wilson Chandler ($6,500) – No Gallinari or Barton tonight means there will be a whole lot more opportunities for Chandler to score, much like he did in early March when injuries hit what seemed like just about the whole Nuggets team. He should be pretty owned and therefore a safe cash game play. At $6,500 he needs 32 fantasy points to reach value, which he should easily be able to do against a Mavericks team that has nothing to play for.
Skal Labissiere ($4,500) – Labissiere has been a focal point for the Kings offense as this season winds down, playing back to back games of 27+ fantasy points. Priced at only $4.5k, Fanduel has done very little to match his price to his productivity. He’s a steal tonight as he goes up against the Suns, which is an elite matchup for opposing power forwards. Skal should be able to feast against them on his way to easily reaching value for your lineup.
Karl-Anthony Towns ($10,600) – KAT is probably the easiest cash game call of the night as he goes up against the Oklahoma City Thunder. The T-Wolves are another team that have nothing to play for, but that also means that they are giving their young guys a lot of court time in the hopes of developing them for the future. Obviously KAT doesn’t need to prove anything, but there’s really no reason to sit the 21-year-old superstar. Regardless of his fantasy point outcome, he will be highly owned and is not the guy to pass on tonight in cash games. Make sure to get him into your lineups.