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Grant Williams, F, Tennessee ($9,300): Williams is the most expensive player on the slate because no matter what happens in this game, he's guaranteed to be near 40 fantasy points. He does it all for Tennessee, averaging 19.9 points, 9.3 rebounds and 4.6 assists per game. Memphis love to run and that's not a recipe for success against the Volunteers because they can play any type of game. The Tigers foul a ton and have terrible three-point defense, and it might be too easy for Williams to reach his average. He costs the most, but he's easy to own in cash lineups.
Dedric Lawson, F, Kansas ($9,100): Lawson isn't much behind Williams, but the difference is matchup. Villanova has a better defense and has played surprisingly slow with an adjusted tempo number near that of Wisconsin and Virginia. That means fewer possessions for Lawson, who doesn't have an easy matchup since Eric Paschall and Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree have the size and athleticism to deal with him. Still, if this is a close game, Lawson could be headed for another 35-plus minutes, which has led to a few 47-point outings.
Jessie Govan, C, Georgetown ($8,700): Govan isn't as well known as others in this category, but he's put up huge outings this season, most recently with 45 fantasy points against Syracuse. He's unpredictable and that's why he's cheaper, but there's no reason he can't repeat those stats in what should be a competitive contest. The only question is how this