So, here's one last lineup to try for your one-day lineups. The tough part about it is that it's the last day of the regular season, and lineups could change in a jiffy as postseason-bound teams may be looking to rest their starters.
PG: Stephen Curry, Warriors ($10,300) - The Warriors are going for an NBA-record 73 regular season wins tonight. He's playing.
PG: Marcus Smart, Celtics ($4,500) - Smart has played around 30 minutes a game over the last 10 games, so he should be a better bang for your buck option tonight.
SG: Jimmy Butler, Bulls ($8,400) - The Bulls aren't postseason bound this year, so expect the Bulls star to play good minutes tonight against the Sixers barring a last second tweet.
SG: Will Barton, Nuggets ($5,100) - Barton was on a fantasy slump where he failed to score 20 fantasy points or more in five of his last six games. However, he bounced back on Sunday by scoring 29.9 fantasy points against the Jazz.
SF: Andrew Wiggins, Timberwolves ($6,600) - He had an off night on Monday, but expect the young star to make an impact tonight against the Lottery-Bound Pelicans.
SF: Marcus Morris, Pistons ($5,700) - Morris has scored 21 or more fantasy points in all but one of his last ten games. He should be a safe bet to do the same tonight against the Cavaliers.
PF: Nerlens Noel, 76ers ($6,800) - The young big man has been on a tear, scoring 37 or more fantasy points in each of his last three games. You can bet he wants to finish the year on a high note.
PF: Ersan Ilyasova, Magic ($3,900) - Aaron Gordon and Nikola Vucevic were out on Monday which allowed Ilyasova t score 38.7 fantasy points. Good chance he starts Wednesday and becomes a nice "bang for your buck" player again.
C: Karl-Anthony Towns, Timberwolves ($8,700) - The rookie big man will want to finish on the right note tonight against the Pels alongside Wiggins.