There are 12 games going down in the NBA tonight, including your Toronto Raptors hitting the road to face the Charlotte Hornets.
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As of posting, Kyle Lowry's status is still up in the air for tonight's game, so your Raptors FanDuel options will be a little muddy until he's confirmed in or out. If he's out, a starting Greivis Vasquez for $4,500 will continue to be a solid option, but I'm more inclined to go with:
Lou Williams ($5,500)
Sweet Lou has been a fantasy basketball stud over the Raptors' last three games sans Lowry, playing a very healthy 30.8 minutes per contest as the Raps' backup point guard. He's averaging a tasty 33.1 fantasy points per game on FanDuel over that span (exceeding his price tag by a mile), on the strength of 23.0 points, 2.3 rebounds, 4.7 assists, 0.3 steals, 0.3 blocks, and a mere 1.0 turnover per contest. He'll obviously take a bit of a hit if Lowry returns, but he's having a good enough season to be playable regardless of the situation. For tonight, you'll have to keep an eye on the injury report and just remember that Lou becomes a must-play option if Kyle sits this one out.
Here we go! Let me know your lineup thoughts in the comment section below and we'll see what we can put together.
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