Super Tuesday brings us an 11 game slate to work with and 8 of the games are expected to have scores within 5 points of each other. With so many closely projected games, we could see some pretty high scores on the night and I would not be shocked if one or two games end up heading to over time. Let’s take a look at who we should be considering tonight and as always, hit me up on Twitter (@Razzle11Grinds)!
Monte Morris ($8,900) – Morris is always an excellent play as he generally goes under owned because of the draw to Niang. The last time these two teams met, Morris went for 21-6-5 and added 4 steals as Baylor managed to get the W. Look for some revenge in this game as I think Morris leads ISU to a win.
Maurice Watson Jr. ($8,200) – Watson has put up 92.5 fantasy points over the last two games for the Blue Jays. He is playing his best basketball of the season and he offers us a top 10 in the country assist rate as he assists on 39.9% of the made baskets when he is on the floor. That is an elite rate that can lead to monster games when you add in the fact he takes 23.4% of the shots.
Wesley Iwundu ($6,900) – Iwundu has a pretty solid match-up as TCU can be beaten at the rim and that plays into his driving/slashing style of play. Iwundu is doing a little bit of everything for Kansas St as he has been on the ball on the offensive end quite a bit. Iwundu has shown us 40 fantasy point upside and I think this game plays to him getting us that tonight.
James Robinson ($6,300) – I love the match-up for Pitt tonight as WF plays very little defense and Pitt gets to take them on at home. Robinson is coming off of a disappointing 24.5 fantasy point performance as he put up 19 shots in the game. I think Robinson is going to go extremely under owned and we could finally see a 35+ fantasy point performance out of him tonight as Pitt is expected to score 80+.
Other Options – Wade Baldwin IV ($7,900), Sindarius Thornwell ($7,600), Jalen Jones ($7,300), Quinndary Weatherspoon ($6,700), JaQuan Lyle ($6,400)
Javan Felix ($5,400) – Felix basically seems like a lock for 25 fantasy points in this one as he has been extremely consistent lately and went for 25.5 the last time these two teams squared off. Felix has taken double digit shot attempts in three straight games and all we need is 2 more to fall and he gets us a 30 fantasy point night. Texas is going to need his ball handling in this one as they take on the press of West Virginia.
KeVaughn Allen ($5,300) – Let me guess, you are shocked to see Allen in this spot right? Yeah, I didn’t think so as its almost a guarantee he would be here as his price just continues to stay around the same point and he seems to not hurt us when he does struggle. I know Georgia has a solid d, but the way to beat them is on the perimeter and with guard play.
Barry Brown ($4,800) – Brown hasn’t been terrible since he started receiving more minutes but he also has not been all that great either. The opportunity is there and that is all we can ask for as he has 30+ fantasy point upside. I think a couple of guys from Kansas St make interesting plays tonight as the game has a pretty low over/under in comparison to others.
Other Options – Codi Miller-McIntyre ($5,800), Rasheed Brooks ($5,500), Rapheal Davis ($5,300), Wes Clark ($5,100), Tevin Mack ($3,800)
Devin Thomas ($9,200) – DT is coming off of a monster rebounding game as he grabbed 21 boards against NC State the last time out. Pitt gives up 54% of their points allowed from 2 point range and that plays into Thomas’ hand as he isn’t going to venture outside the three point line. The price point for DT is up there, however he has a pretty nice upside.
Kelan Martin ($8,100) – Martin’s price continues to rise and at some point it’s going to get a point where we just can’t play. That point is not at $8.1K as he has been the best player for Butler over the last month or so. Martin put up 45.25 fantasy points the last time these two teams played and since then Martin has gone for as many as 55 fantasy points.
Michael Carrera ($7,800) – Carrera is coming off of a 47 fantasy point performance in a game in which SC was blown out by Kentucky. Carrera struggled with foul trouble the last time these two teams met, however I think he continues his hot play of late and should get us a pretty nice double-double in this game as Missouri really lacks any kind of legit big men.
Luke Kornet ($7,200) – I am going back to Kornet one more time as he has a ridiculous upside, but as seen over the course of the season he has a pretty low floor. Kornet has ridiculous block upside which is always a nice thing as he has picked up a Points-Rebounds-Blocks triple-double on the season. Either Jones or Kornet are going to hit value in this one.
Other Options – Georges Niang ($9,100), A.J. Hammons ($8,300), Yante Maten ($8,000), Taurean Prince ($7,600), Damian Jones ($7,600), Jamel Artis ($7,000), Keita Bates-Diop ($6,800), Jonathan Holton ($6,700)
Chris Washburn ($5,500) – I am going to continue to write about Washburn until he gets over $6K as he has some very solid ability and offers us a very nice ceiling. The problem is his floor has gotten to be pretty low this season. I think this match-up plays similar to the Tennessee match-up for Washburn and he destroyed them for a 39+ fantasy point game.
Ryan Rosburg ($5,400) – Rosburg is playing on another level right now and while he did struggle with fouls the first time these two teams met, he did manage to score 12 game points in 14 minutes of action. Rosburg has put up 103.75 fantasy points over his last three games and I look for him to continue that in this one tonight.
Chris Silva ($4,300) – This game really makes me think Silva could be extremely sneaky at this price point. He went for 25 fantasy points the last time out and he managed to put up 12.75 fantasy points in 11 minutes of action the last time these two teams faced off. Silva has had big time point per minute performances this season and offers us a 30 fantasy point upside in the right match-up.
Other Options – Andrew Chrabascz ($5,900), Johnathan Motley ($5,500), Tomasz Gielo ($5,400), D.J. Johnson ($5,200), Jeff Roberson ($4,900), Kevin Puryear ($4,900), Cole Huff ($4,800)