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Fanduel: Five Picks for 4/10

Elfrid Payton's improved play of late makes him a great value pick today.

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Giannis Antetokoumnpo ($9,700)

There are a lot of great things about Giannis, but the fact that he's still listed as a small forward despite his full time point guard duties is one of them. He's been filling up the stat sheet with points, rebounds, and assists, and should be in for a big night against Philadelphia.

Hassan Whiteside ($8,500)

He's posted above 40 fantasy points in two of his last four games, most recently against Orlando, who, hey, he's playing again today.

Draymond Green ($8,900)

There's always incentive to play any of Golden State's key players, but Green remains one of the best value picks considering his versatility, and his sub $9,000 price tag. He's been a consistent triple-double threat all season regardless of the opponent, so don't get scared away because he's playing San Antonio. With the all time win record on the line, Green should be primed for a big game.

Elfrid Payton ($6,000)

The Orlando Magic are playing spoilers of late, beating up on fellow Eastern Conference teams that are vying for playoff positioning. Maybe they're upset at missing the playoffs, but Payton has been one of a few Magic playing we'll of late, posting above his season average of 25 fantasy points in seven of his last 10 games.

Monta Ellis ($6,100)

Ellis isn't a typical pick, but the matchup against Brooklyn is favorable, and the Pacers are still looking to clinch a playoff spot. Choose Ellis as a cheaper shooting guard option, and use your extra funds for some of the more pricier players.

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