Buy low on Kemba Walker, who is coming off the worst game of his season scoring just 13.25 DraftKings points on Wednesday night. Thanks to that game, Kemba’s salary drops to $8,000 which is the cheapest he’s been in nearly a month. Prior to the dud, Walker turned in games of 43 and 54.5 DraftKings in the two games earlier in the week. He’s a beneficiary of home cooking, nearly three points better this season when playing in Charlotte. The Hornets will get a a Wizards team tonight that will be completing the second end of a B2B tonight.

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Don’t forget about Paul Zipser who may be the biggest beneficiary from Dwyane Wade‘s season ending injury. In his first opportunity last night, Zipser played 28 minutes and contributed eight points and seven rebounds. I was thrilled to see him take 11 shots which is more opportunity than I expected. Zipser is priced at the minimum and has plenty of incentive to prove his worth on this Chicago team.

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Marvin Williams is another guy coming a really bad game, but I highly suggest you look past that one game. In the four games prior, he averaged 46.25 DK PPG and never scored less than 40 in any contest. He’s a monster on the boards, averaging 14.5 RPG in that four game stretch and he’s shouldering a much larger load on the offensive end.

Interesting pricing on Marc Gasol tonight who gets a discount down to $7,000 after coming off games of 48.5 and 50 DraftKings points. The latter was a 18-10-10 triple-double as he heads into a date with the Spurs this evening. I suspect that matchup will drive Gasol’s ownership down. He’s averaging nearly 16 shots per game over his last 13 games and can contribute in all five categories.