All-Star weekend is finally upon us, and what a season it has been so far. The break comes at a perfect time to let many injured players heal and get ready for the 2nd half of the season. Fantasy Owners take a load off, relax and enjoy the festivities All-Star Weekend has to offer.
Also, be sure to sneak a peak at these value picks to help prepare you for next week.
Isaiah Thomas: Sacramento Kings ($4,558) – Thomas was the final pick of the NBA Draft this year and now he’s the starting guard for the Kings. Isaiah has been averaging close to 29 fantasy points in his last five games.
Danny Green: San Antonio Spurs ($5,114) – The Spurs have been struggling all season to find that second starting guard to complement Tony Parker in the lineup, but they might have found him in Green. He’s averaged 24 fantasy points in his last 2 games.
Aaron Afflalo: Denver Nuggets ($6,076) – The Nuggets are hurting as of late with a lot of injuries to their key players. Afflalo has remained healthy to help pick up some of the slack. He is averaging 30.5 fantasy points in his last 4 games.
Steve Novak: New York Knicks ($3,402) – Ever since Jeremy Lin has been playing significant minutes, Novak has been playing quality minutes. He’s averaging over 16 fantasy points in his last eleven games.
Josh Howard: Utah Jazz ($4,337) – Howard has recently been put back in the starting lineup for the Jazz and he’s been very productive for them. He is averaging 26 fantasy points in his last 2 starts.
Nikola Vucevic: Philadelphia 76ers ($4,795) – Elton Brand has been injured for the Sixers and Vucevic has been helping to fill the void. He’s averaged 20 fantasy points his last 4 games.
Brendan Haywood: Dallas Mavericks ($4,981) – Haywood has come on for the Mavs recently, and since he’s so affordable, being a starter gives him the opportunity have a real solid game every night. He’s averaging 18 fantasy points over his last 3 games
Nikola Pekovic: Minnesota Timberwolves ($6,976) – Pekovic had been as consistent as anybody in fantasy basketball this season, and he’s still fairly cheap. He’s averaged 32 fantasy points over his last seven games.
Chris Kaman: New Orleans Hornets ($7,350) – Emeka Okafor is still injured and Kaman is still playing well. He’s been averaging 29 fantasy points in his last 8 games.
Be sure to pick your FanSaloon.com Daily Fantasy Basketball Team and take note that salaries are always updated every Sunday night, so pick these fantasy sleepers while their salaries are still low!