Written by Corey Fishman - DF Insider on March 10, 2018

Tobias Harris (FDraft: $14,900): Our first Must-Have on this four-game slate comes from the late-night showcase between the Orlando Magic and Los Angeles Clippers. With Danilo Gallinari on the shelf for the Clippers, Harris has taken full advantage and increased his fantasy points per minute by .13. Harris has also averaged over 36 minutes per game over his last three games while hoisting up an average of 20 shots per game and has attempted at least 10 three-pointers in his last two games. Coach Rivers has been deploying a short rotation for these Clippers hanging onto their playoff spot. With the considerably soft pricing for Harris and in a game anticipated to score 219 total points, we will be locking Harris into all of our FantasyDraft contests tonight.

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JaMychal Green (FDuel: $5,800): Green comes into FanDuel tonight $1,400 cheaper than he is on DraftKings tonight and fellow teammate Marc Gasol will not be available for their matchup with the Dallas Mavericks. Green is averaging .13 more fantasy points per minute with both Gasol and Evans off of the court, and draws a matchup with the worst team against opposing forwards over their last five games. This game is still anticipated to score 206 points and Green will be locked into all of our FanDuel lineups tonight.

DeAndre Jordan (DK: $7,800): Our DraftKings Must-Have for tonight’s slate is DeAndre Jordan. The Clippers big man will look to dominate the paint tonight against Nikola Vucevic and the Orlando Magic. Vegas has the game total set for 219 points and a spread in favor of Los Angeles. The Clippers are making a late playoff push and have shortened their rotation. DeAndre is projected for 35 minutes tonight and matches up against a big man he has dominated as of late. The past four games between these two centers, Jordan has averaged 13.3 points and 18 rebounds with a steal and two blocks. With the departure of Blake Griffin and Chris Paul, Jordan has taken on a larger role for his team. We are fully expecting DeAndre Jordan to dominate the glass tonight and we are locking him into our DraftKings lineups!

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