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NBA DFS Picks: FanDuel Plays and Strategy for Wednesday, February 7

Fontaines 5: The Latest Scoop on NBA Injuries

Welcome to this week's edition of Fontaines 5, where we dive into the nitty-gritty of NBA injuries that are shaping the game landscape. As always, we encourage our readers to stay updated with RotoWire for the freshest NBA injury news and our in-depth injury report. What follows is a curated list of key injuries affecting Wednesday's games, but remember, the court is vast, and so are the possibilities. Here's where judgment plays its part.

Detroit's Decision: Cade Cunningham's Knee WoesCade Cunningham might be riding the bench for Detroit's upcoming clash, all thanks to knee concerns that have his status marked as questionable. Should Cunningham take a timeout, Jaden Ivey, priced at $7,500, is the man to watch, ready to steal the spotlight.

Golden State's Green DilemmaDraymond Green, Golden State's powerhouse, finds himself in a knee predicament, casting shadows on his playtime. With no clear replacement stepping up, fans are advised to keep an eagle eye on the Warriors' lineup as the game approaches.

Boston's Holiday Hiatus?Jrue Holiday's elbow issue has him teetering on the edge of participation for Boston. In his potential absence, Derrick White, with a $7,300 tag, could be the go-to guy, offering a strategic shift for fantasy managers.

Atlanta's Capela ConundrumClint Capela is definitely out for Atlanta, opening doors for Onyeka Okongwu at $7,000 to shine in his stead. The ripple effect also benefits Jalen Johnson and Saddiq Bey, promising more action on the court.

Elite Player InsightsWith only a quartet commanding a price north of $10k, Domantas Sabonis is the standout choice against Detroit, offering a strategic edge as a Power Forward. Meanwhile, the guard scene is buzzing around the $9k mark, with James Harden's appealing salary and dual eligibility making him a hot pick over Stephen Curry and De'Aaron Fox.

Chalk and Value Plays to Watch

  • Kyle Kuzma is set to make waves against Cleveland, presenting a strong case for exceeding value at $7,800.

  • Devin Vassell remains a steadfast choice for San Antonio, promising impressive playtime against Miami.

  • Jakob Poeltl is Toronto's beacon of hope against Charlotte, positioned to outperform his $6,100 salary expectation.

  • Kevin Huerter is hitting his stride with Sacramento, making him a viable option against Detroit.

  • Marcus Morris shines for Philadelphia, offering value that belies his $4,200 price tag, especially with Joel Embiid sidelined.

Also on the radar are Terry Rozier and Brandin Podziemski, both poised to make significant impacts in their respective matchups.

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