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FanDuel: Who did I pick in my lineup for March 2, 2016?

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It's the beginning of March, so it's time for another weekly look at who I'm starting in my lineup. Wish me luck.

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Happy March 2016. Here's a FanDuel lineup for you to try for Wednesday's games.

PG: John Wall, Wizards ($10,000) - Wall has scored at least 45.9 fantasy points in each of his last three games. He has also scored 35.8 or more fantasy points in all but one of the Wizards' last ten games. He's called the WallStar for a reason.

PG: Reggie Jackson, Pistons ($6.800) - Jackson has scored 30 or more fantasy points in each of the Pistons' last five games. I know they're playing the Spurs -- who are on a record-winning pace -- but teams play up for the Spurs, and I'm taking a chance on Jackson doing just that tonight.

SG: Jordan Clarkson, Lakers ($6,000) - Clarkson had a bad night in the Lakers' last game on February 26, but expect the second-year player to make a nice bounce back. He scored 24 or more fantasy points in eight of their last nine games.

SG: J.J. Redick, Clippers ($4,900) - Redick has scored 23 or more fantasy points in each of the Clippers' last four games. If he can get a little more involved in the passing and rebound game, he'll be a safe bet for another 25 point night.

SF: Evan Turner, Celtics ($5,800) - Turner has scored 25 or more fantasy points in nine of his last ten games. Like Warriors forward Draymond Green, he isn't much of a scorer, but he provides a spark in almost all other statistical areas to be a nice fantasy option at his cap hit.

SF: Otto Porter, Wizards ($5,100) - Porter scored less than 20 fantasy points on Monday because he committed four turnovers. Otherwise, he could have matched his season average of 23.7 points per game. Expect him to have fewer turnovers tonight against the Timberwolves.

PF: Nerlens Noel, 76ers ($6,100) - Noel's minutes have been a bit inconsistent over Philly's last five games. But if he can play 30 minutes against the Hornets tonight, he's a safe bet to get at least 25.

PF: Justin Randle, Lakers ($6,000) - Randle averages a double double and is a more consistent fantasy option than Noel. Since the Lakers are playing the Nuggets, he should get a good dose of minutes and match his averages.

C: Karl-Anthony Towns ($8,900) - Towns has scored at least 24 fantasy points in each of the Wolves' last ten games. Obviously, you don't want him to lead Minny to victory over the Wizards tonight, but he's a bigger time fantasy option than Marcin Gortat.