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CBB DFS Lineup Picks (11/19/19): Daily Fantasy College Basketball Advice for FanDuel, DraftKings

Welcome to College Basketball Tuesday! We have just five games on the slate tonight, but they are some fun ones. There are a few blowouts, but also a few that will be close and high-scoring. There are a ton of ways to go in tournaments, and there's no clear way to pay up. Let's dive right in!

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy college basketball lineup picks for FanDuel and DraftKings on 11/19/19. These CBB DFS lineup picks can vary from higher-priced players and elite options to lower-priced players and value picks.

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DraftKings, FanDuel DFS Guards

Skylar Mays - G, LSU vs. UMBC (DraftKings $8,600 / FanDuel $8,000)

This LSU-UMBC game is my favorite on the slate and we’re going to be targeting it a ton. For one, a lot of these guys are underpriced. Both teams play faster than average and both offenses play their starters healthy minutes. Skylar Mays has shouldered the bulk of the offensive load for LSU this season and he’s the safety play on this slate to reach 30 fantasy points. UMBC won’t offer much resistance at the rim and Mays will stuff the stat sheet with ease.

Darnell Rogers - G, UMBC @ LSU (DraftKings $7,300 / FanDuel $5,400)

Rogers is on the other side of this game, and I even like a few of these UMBC players. LSU plays fast and they’re only favored by 15 points here. That puts the Retrievers well over 60 points. Rogers is their leading scoring and who they will rely on if they want to stay in this game last halftime. He’s too cheap and a solid option ima lol formats as I think his floor is 20 and ceiling in the 40’s.

Admon Gilder - G, GONZ vs. UTA (DraftKings $5,500 / FanDuel $4,900)

Gilder is still way too cheap for the role he plays in this offense. He’s been in double-digits in scoring every game and got over 30 minutes for the first time last game. He ended up with 28 fantasy points and smashed value. I expect a repeat performance tonight and for Gilder to be one of the top values on the age. He should be popular, but this is college basketball, so who knows. Gilder is a great play in all formats.


DraftKings, FanDuel DFS Forwards

Emmitt Williams - F, LSU vs. UMBC (DraftKings $7,000 / FanDuel $6,600)

As I mentioned, this is my favorite game to target and I’ll have exposure with three or four players in every lineup. Emmitt Williams is a huge prospect and he should see his playing time increase this season. He’s averaging 28 minutes in the young season and posting big numbers consistently. This game sets up well for him and I expect another 25+ fantasy points. His price is fair on both sites.

Corey Kispert - F, GONZ vs. UTA (DraftKings $7,000 / FanDuel $6,500)

Kispert is extremely up and down, but he should settle down and average 25-30 fantasy points when it’s all said and done. He’s taken on a bigger role this season and shot 10% and 37% in the two games he struggled. Assuming he has a normal game from the floor, 25+ fantasy points is a reasonable expectation for Kispert and he’s priced way lower than he should be. With Killian Tillie out, Kispert is one of my favorite plays on the slate. I like Anton Watson and Drew Timme as well.

Brandon Horvath - F, UMBC @ LSU (DraftKings $7,200 / FanDuel $5,400)

You may want to limit your exposure to this team with one guy, but I don’t hate playing two and stacking this game in a tournament. Horvath is the second-best player on this team behind Rogers and he’s going to be asked to step up in a tough LSU match-up. The 6-foot-10 Horvath can create issues on the interior for LSU and a double-double is possible. The price is just far too low for the level of player he is.

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