With Serge Ibaka sidelined, Marc Gasol is the obvious DFS option.
With Kevin Durant out, Steph Curry and the Warriors will look to avoid dropping the season series to the Rockets.
A two-game slate leaves us with plenty of tough questions about roster construction.
Injuries to the Lakers' forward depth might make LeBron a must-play.
Who should you play in the absences of Joel Embiid, Paul George and Kevin Durant?
With the playoffs slipping away, will LeBron find a way to take over against the Pelicans?
Blowout potential looms over Thunder-Pelicans, despite OKC being favored by only five points.
Ben Simmons has totaled only 42.9 FP since Tobias Harris joined Philly two games ago.
Keep an eye on the news Wednesday, as value may emerge as trades go down.
A high over/under and a variety of injuries makes Lakers-Clippers enticing in DFS.
A day after beating the Rockets, the injury-ravaged Pelicans are back to play the Nuggets.
A pair of matchups stand out from injury and pace standpoints.
The big man has posted 50-plus fantasy points in five of the past six games.
Giannis and the Bucks will try to take down Harden in Houston.
Denver will try to put an end to James Harden's reign of terror.
With Kyle Kuzma a game-time call, tons of value could open up on the Lakers.
Kawhi Leonard will be in San Antonio for the first time since being dealt to the Raptors.
The center is averaging 76.6 fantasy points over the past three games.
Is Danilo Gallinari's upside worth chasing in GPPs?
Will Anthony Davis thrive with both Nikola Mirotic and Julius Randle sidelined?
With Nikola Mirotic out, Julius Randle has averaged 48.7 fantasy points.
With John Wall (personal) out, Bradley Beal should be in line for a bigger role.