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FanDuel NBA DFS Lineup Picks (1/22/20): Daily Fantasy Basketball Advice


Welcome to NBA Wednesday night. We have 12 games on the board tonight with a ton of different options to pay up for. We're looking at Andre Drummond being questionable and a ton of other injuries to pay attention to. There is value to pay down for, but we have to get it perfect in tournaments if we wan to take down some serious cash.

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy basketball lineup picks for FanDuel on 1/22/20. These DFS lineup picks can vary from higher-priced players and elite options to lower-priced players and value picks on FanDuel. You can also check out today's DraftKings lineup picks.

Give me a follow on Twitter @DFSVarney and say hello. Good luck RotoBallers, let's dive right in!

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FanDuel DFS Guards

Zach LaVine - SG, CHI vs. MIN ($8,800)

I’m not sure where the ownership will end up on Zach LaVine, but I love this match-up against the Minnesota Timberwolves. They not only play fast, but struggle against guards that can score the basketball and run the floor. LaVine has been playing amazing basketball of late and arguably the best of his career. You know he wants to show out against the Timberwolves and I’m a huge fan in all formats.

Monte Morris - PG, DEN @ HOU ($4,000)

Monte Morris got up to 35 minutes last game with Jamal Murray and Gary Harris out. Murray is once again out and Harris doubtful, so we should be getting plenty of minutes out of Monte Morris in a phenomenal match-up. The young PG has averaged nearly a fantasy point per minute on the season and he should be over 30 once again. Morris hasn’t scored much in his starting role, but he has the ball in his hands nearly every possession and the match-up with Houston is a great one. Morris is cheap on FanDuel and with so many options to pay up for, the value is much needed.

 

FanDuel DFS Forwards

Brandon Ingram - SF, NO vs. SA ($8,700)

Ingram is simply too cheap on FanDuel for the floor/ceiling range he presents. The Spurs still give off this reputation that they’re a tough defense and Ingram will be lower owned than he should be in turn. The Spurs play fast and they don’t have anyone that can match-up well with a lengthy Brandon Ingram. Under $9k on FanDuel, I’m a huge fan in all formats.

Marvin Bagley - PF, SAC @ DET ($5,100)

Marvin Bagley is far too cheap on FanDuel and he’s going to be highly-owned once again. I wouldn’t be surprised if his ownership is around 50%, which is bonkers on such a large slate. Bagley has been over over 30 FanDuel points in three of his last four games and any minute restrictions are out the window. Bagley is the easiest play on FanDuel in quite some time and you’re best off going 100% to guarantee you’re higher than the field.

 

FanDuel DFS Centers

Montrezl Harrell - C, LAC @ ATL ($5,900)

Harrell is another guy that’s a bit too cheap on FanDuel. He played just 27 minutes last night and should be ready to go for a full allotment against a Hawks team that is miserable in the paint. Expect Harrell to eat here and put up 30 fantasy points at sub-$6k. On FanDuel, there are a ton of options at C and Harrell is going to go underowned.

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