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Livi’s Locks NBA DFS 4/7/2021

NBA DFS: Livi's Locks
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We are back with another edition of Livi Locks. We have a loaded night of action beginning at 7 PM EST. Below, I will list the top three players that should help carry you to victory tonight. So let’s get to it and win some money.

Terry Rozier– Guard: Charlotte Hornets at Oklahoma City Thunder

Scary Terry has been on an absolute rampage lately, with the potential Rookie Of The Year candidate, LaMelo Ball out. On the year, Rozier is averaging 20.4 points, 4.1 rebounds, and 3.4 assists per game. Rozier is getting heavy minutes every night and he hasn’t disappointed. He has put up over 35 fantasy points in seven of his last eight games. Combine that and the Thunder allowing the 28th most points to opposing guards, and Rozier is going to have a monster night.

Anthony Edwards– Forward: Minnesota Timberwolves at Indiana Pacers

Well, it looks like the first overall pick in this year’s draft finally figured out how to play basketball again. Edwards has put up over 30 fantasy points in six consecutive games and is playing with a ton of confidence right now. On the year, he is averaging 17.6 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 2.6 assists per game. As I mentioned above, Edwards was off to an abysmal start, but has figured it all now, and has now put himself in the ROTY conversation. Edwards gets a Pacers team that gives up the 18th most points to opposing Forwards, so we’ll enjoy all the points we can get from him tonight. Let’s Lock him in.

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Julius Randle – Center: New York Knicks at Boston Celtics

Randle has been playing out of his mind this season propelling a Knicks team in the hunt of their first playoff appearance since God knows when. Randle is the focal point of the offense and there’s no stopping him. No matchup should scare you away from taking him every night he’s on the court.
Randle has put up over 40 fantasy points in four consecutive games and is a threat with a triple-double on any given night. The Celtics will have their hands full tonight and Randle will tack on another monster stat-line to his already phenomenal season.

That does it, hope you guys enjoy it, and good luck.

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