Pick #3: Wendell Carter Jr. PR Over 22.5 (+100 DK)

With Robert Williams likely out for Boston I'm confident Wendell Carter will exceed the line of 22.5 points and rebounds set against the Celtics.

Wendell Carter has been on a bit of a skid in his last 3, failing to hit this line in all 3, but I think tonight is a great spot for him to bounce back. Boston will likely be missing Robert Williams tonight, who is an excellent defender and rim protector meaning Carter will be matched up on Al Horford instead who is simply too small to guard him properly. Boston has also been giving up a fair amount of rebounds lately to centers according to Ryde's blended formula, though they have been far better at stopping centers from scoring. If you want to opt for just taking his rebounds line at 8.5, that also makes perfect sense, I just believe Carter will probably bounce back from his 3 game poor shooting slump, which is why I've opted for the PR (Frankly I'd throw up if he only got 8 rebounds but 20 points.). 

Carter had a strong outing against the Celtics earlier this season, tallying 15 points and 12 rebounds. That game also lacked Robert Williams so hopefully he can perform on a level similar to that again. In his career against Al Horford as a Celtic, Carter has gone over this 22.5 PR line in 2/3 contests (With the one loss being on the hook). Somehow this season, the Magic have given Boston a fair amount of trouble, so they should be able to keep things at least a little bit competitive now that they're at home.