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CBB DFS Lineup Picks (11/14/19): Daily Fantasy College Basketball Advice for FanDuel, DraftKings


Welcome to College Basketball Thursday! We have a smaller slate on our hands tonight, but both sites are pumping out solid tournaments. We have plenty of stars to consider and a couple injures to pull value out of. 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 11/14/19. 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

Cassius Winston - G, MSU @ SHU (DraftKings $8,800 / FanDuel $8,300)

The best player on any slate he’s on is Cassius Winston. He’s the odds-on favorite to win the Naismith award at +150. Winston averaged 18 points and seven assists last season, and that’s only going to rise this year. Seton Hall plays at a fast pace and Winston is going to dominate in the open floor. His price isn’t high enough to fade the 40+ fantasy points. He’ll also be needed for a full complement of minutes tonight, and has insane upside that we just haven’t seen yet. Myles Powell is Seton Hall’s best defender, but he’ll be put after injuring his ankle last game. Seton Hall is going to struggle mightily putting a cap on Winston and he’s a guy in locking into all formats.

Myles Dread - G, PSU @ GU (DraftKings $6,100 / FanDuel $5,800)

Myles Dread went 1-for-9 from three last game and still put up 22 fantasy points. On opening, he went 5-6 and put up 15 real-life points. Dread is a three-point specialist, but he also rebounds and passes well. He’s taking the second most shots for Penn State and his price isn’t nearly high enough. In a game with a high over/under, I like Myles Dread to get hot from three and put up 25 fantasy points.

Shavar Reynolds Jr. - G, SHU vs. MSU (DraftKings $4,700 / FanDuel $4,500)

With Myles Powell out, it’ll be Shavar Reynolds that’s asked to step up for Seton Hall. He played 28 minutes last game and put up 20 fantasy points at an extremely cheap tag. Cassius Winston is an average defender and Reynolds is going to be asked to play 30 minutes in this game. He does it all on the floor and I’d be surprised if he stays under 20 fantasy points. He’s cheap on both sites and won’t be a popular option. Quincy McKnight will also be asked to step and I love him in tournaments.

Also Consider - Scottie Lewis, Brian Fobbs, James Akinjo, Mac McClung, Quincy McKnight

 

DraftKings, FanDuel DFS Forwards

Kerry Blackshear Jr. - F, UF vs. TOWS (DraftKings $8,900 / FanDuel $8,100)

Blackshear put up 30 fantasy points without a single made field goal last game. He made 10 free throws and had 13 rebounds, two assists, two steals, and a block. When his shot is falling, we’re going to see 40 out of Blackshear on a consistent basis. Towson is extremely weak down low and Blackshear is going to eat. He’s right up there with Winston for me as I really think he has a good shot at 40 fantasy points here.

Omer Yurtseven - F, GU vs. PSU (DraftKings $9,000 / FanDuel $7,000)

Yurtseven was only needed for 19 minutes last game, and he still managed to put up 40 fantasy points. We’re going to see some huge games out of the big man this year and he’ll be battling with Mike Watkins all night. Yurtseven is a seven-foot animal in the paint and he’s going to be over 30 fantasy points once again. His price hasn’t risen yet and I’d expect him to be on eid the more popular plays on the entire slate. I love him in both cash games and tournaments.

Also Consider - Reggie Perry, Sandro Mamukelashvili, Aaron Henry, Keyontae Johnson

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