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2012 Fantasy Basketball: Darko Milicic & other daily hoops studs for Wednesday 2/29

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Darko Milicic (credits below)

A load of games tonight, so lets see who are the top picks. 

For the cheapies:

Darko Milicic, Minnesota: The Timberwolves said after the All-Star Break that he would get more minutes and he had nine fantasy points in 19 minutes last night. Kevin Love is banged up and the Wolves are on a back-to-back, so I think Milicic is even better tonight at 55k on 
 DailyJoust.

Chris Wilcox, Boston: Had 15 fantasy points last night and should match that for 67k if Jermaine O'Neal is out again. 

Jermaine O'Neal, Boston: See above, if O'Neal plays, he's only 68k and you start him instead of Wilcox. Either way, you should get O'Neal or Wilcox in your lineup for cheap. 

Now for some mid-priced guys: 

Gustavo Ayon, New Orleans: He’s playing about 30 minutes per game and getting nearly 20 fantasy points at less than 100k.

Marreese Speights, Memphis: He's 100k and outplaying that salary as a full-time starter who can get you a double-double, especially at home tonight. 

And lastly, the studs:

Greg Monroe, Detroit: He's a beast every night, but especially tonight against Charlotte. Add in the fact, he got a lot of rest in a blowout loss last night and he's a must-play. 

Al Jefferson, Utah: Had 25 fantasy points on a bad night last night, but will bounce back tonight against Houston. 

Written by Steve Mims exclusively for TheFantasyFix.com. Follow Steve on Twitter @nwsportscards

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(December 14, 2010 – Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images North America)


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