(Justin Ford, USA TODAY Sports)
Although Washington Wizards point guard John Wall (hand, wrist) is making progress, his status for Game 5 is questionable at best. As a result, Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry is the only true must-own option in play for tonight’s NBA playoff action.
If Wall ends up sitting out, backup point guard Ramon Sessions ($3,500 salary, 7.0% of cap) could make a nice source of cap relief. He is averaging 26.00 FantasyScore points in the three games Wall has missed against the Atlanta Hawks.
C Marc Gasol, Grizzlies at Warriors
$6,800 salary | 13.6% of cap
Even in Memphis' ugly loss in Game 4, Gasol still finished with 44.00 fantasy points.
G Bradley Beal, Wizards at Hawks
$5,000 salary | 10.0% of cap
He piled up 58.50 fantasy points in Game 4, and he is now averaging 42.94 in the series.
C Al Horford, Hawks vs. Wizards
$6,100 salary | 12.2% of cap
Horford has topped 40.00 fantasy points in three of the four games in this series and hasn't scored less than 34.00.
G Jeff Teague, Hawks vs. Wizards
$5,900 salary | 11.8% of cap
He is starting to heat up, delivering 38.50 fantasy points in Game 3 and 48.50 in Game 4.
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F Nene Hilario, Wizards at Hawks
$3,800 salary | 7.6% of cap
After a dreadful start to the series, he is averaging 31.75 fantasy points over the last two games.
F Kyle Korver, Hawks vs. Wizards
$4,100 salary | 8.2% of cap
The sharpshooter has been firing a lot of blanks. Korver is averaging just 9.3 points on 37.1% shooting in this series.
C Andrew Bogut, Warriors vs. Grizzlies
$4,200 salary | 8.4% of cap
He has scored 17.00 fantasy points or less in four of his last six games.
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