After two nights of comparatively lean schedules, FanDuel participants will enjoy more option Monday night with eight games on the slate. Among those in action are the three most productive FanDuel players in the NBA, Oklahoma City guard Russell Westbrook ($11,800), Houston guard James Harden ($11,300) and New Orleans forward Anthony Davis ($10,800). All three are averaging at least 51 FanDuel points per game, and while Westbrook and Harden enjoy roles in which they're used to initiate much of their teams' offense, the same can't be said for Davis.
Averaging 29.2 points, 11.7 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game, Davis has excelled despite being dependent upon others to get him the basketball. In addition to the points and rebounds, with Davis posting five double-doubles in his last six games, he's also averaging 2.6 blocked shots per game. And with blocks being worth two points each in FanDuel, those four to six points can come in handy for those who build their lineups around Davis. Davis has a tough matchup in Cleveland Monday night, with the Cavs having Kevin Love as their starting power forward, but he should still be highly productive.
Here are our FanDuel selections for Monday's games, working with a salary cap of $60,000 to fill out a nine-man roster. (Getty)