DraftKings NBA Lineup Picks, Advice & Preview for March 1

Wednesday is often one of the best days for NBA DFS, and this week is no different with 11 games on the slate. While the Cavaliers vs. Celtics is arguably the Game of the Night from a real-life perspective, nothing comes close to the Rockets vs. Clippers matchup for fantasy potential. These teams combined for 256 points when they met in December, and that was without Chris Paul in the lineup. With Houston averaging 126.3 points per game since the addition of Lou Williams, and with the Clippers back at full strength, there's no surprise that this game features the highest over/under of the night at 232 points. In other important fantasy news around the Association, DeMarcus Cousins will serve a one-game suspension, making it like old times for Jrue Holiday and Anthony Davis, while the Raptors continue life without Kyle Lowry. Kenneth Faried, Wes Matthews and Michael Beasley are also out, while injuries to Aaron Gordon and Wily Hernangomez have them both listed as questionable. For DFS purposes, one of the most intriguing games on the slate is Brooklyn vs. Sacramento. The Nets, who rank first in the NBA in pace and third-to-last in defensive rating, are always a team to target, but the Kings have had one of the most difficult rotations to predict since the departure of Cousins. As such, there are a number of different potential value picks in Sacramento, but pretty much everyone on the roster comes with a risk. With all of that in mind, you can click through the gallery for my ideal DraftKings lineup, or you can read here for more NBA DFS strategy. (Getty)