Shabazz Napier, $9,600.
He costs a lot, but you know what you’re getting from him. No matter what kind of defense the Gators play on the Bazz, you know he’s going to rack up numbers, whether it’s hitting ridiculous shots or rebounding/assisting.
Niels Giffey, $4,200.
He was shot-happy in the Elite 8 game, but couldn’t buy a bucket. For how solid of a shooter he is, they’ll start falling at some point and the Huskies will need help other than Napier… maybe.
Josh Gasser, $4,700.
He’s as good as any of the other Badger guards (fantasy-wise) so why not spend a lot less for him? Someone other than Kaminsky will have to score as well, and Gasser can do that.
Julius Randle, $8,900.
He’s an extreme matchup problem for the Badgers as they aren’t a big team to begin with. A double-double is an easy goal here for Randle, but could end up getting a 20/15 line.
Casey Prather, $5,700.
I had Nigel Hayes here, but had some money to spend so I’m going Prather. Even though his tournament has been disappointing to say the least, he is Top 15 on the Wooden Watch, so let’s see what he can do on this stage.
Dorian Finney-Smith, $5,600.
Even though he hasn’t shot well from distance, DFS is having a good tournament, scoring and rebounding enough to make him a worthy add.
Dakari Johnson, $3,900.
The options at center are extremely sparse, but I’m not going to spend more on an underperforming Patric Young going against the skinny trees of Connecticut.
Scottie Wilbekin, $7,300.
Everyone is calling Napier the best guard in the country, but what about this one guy that has led Florida to 30 straight wins? I have a feeling Wilbekin is going to have a great game, making this game personal after already losing to the Huskies earlier this year.