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FanDuel NBA DFS Lineup Picks (11/10/19): Daily Fantasy Basketball Advice


Seven games are scheduled for FanDuel's "main slate" to close out the weekend, so let's get right into it. From our friends in Vegas, Brooklyn, who is coming off of a solid win in Portland, will head to Phoenix to meet the Suns, with both teams projected to have a combined score of 233 points. Other games to target include Atlanta at Portland and Milwaukee at Oklahoma City, with the Thunder playing their second of a back-to-back. From an injury standpoint, Kyle Lowry, Hassan Whiteside, Ben Simmons, Myles TurnerJeremy Lamb, Serge Ibaka, DeAndre Jordan, Mitchell Robinson, and Kevin Huerter are the notable players who are in danger of not suiting up or have already been ruled out.

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy basketball lineup picks for FanDuel on 11/10/19. 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.

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FanDuel DFS Guards

Damian Lillard - PG, vs. ATL ($10,200)

Lillard is averaging a career-high 33.3 points per game this season, second behind James Harden, who is averaging 37.1. The 29-year-old went nuts against the Nets a few nights ago despite his team taking the loss, finishing with 60 points on 19-for-33 shooting, which included 7-for-16 from behind the arc.

Kyrie Irving - PG, @ PHO ($9,800)

As mentioned, this game is going to run at an extremely high pace, meaning plenty of fantasy points will be up for grabs in this one. Irving is right up there with Lillard in terms of production this season and is averaging 31.9 points in addition to a second-best 22.9 shots per game. His usage rate is high, and it will continue to be throughout the remainder of the year, so expect him to have more than enough chances to produce against the Suns on Sunday night.

Also Consider: Trae Young ($9,600), Malcolm Brogdon ($8.800), Ricky Rubio ($7,000), Aaron Holiday ($4,100), Anfernee Simons ($3,700), Devin Booker ($8,400), Fred Vanvleet ($6,800), C.J. McCollum ($6,500), Spencer Dinwiddie ($5,600), Norman Powell ($4,200)

 

FanDuel DFS Forwards

Pascal Siakam - SF, @ LAL ($9,600)

With Kyle Lowry out of the mix with a thumb injury, expect Siakam to get even nastier in the weeks ahead. He had a double-double against the Pelicans on Friday night to finish with 58 fantasy points, and though he likely won't do that much damage against the Lakers, he will get plenty of time on the floor, so it isn't unreasonable to expect the 25-year-old to hit at least 40 fantasy points in this one.

Marcus Morris - SF, vs. CLE ($6,600)

It's not uncommon for coach Fizdale to mess around with his rotations, but Morris continues to be featured across the board for the Knicks this year. He has at least 40.2 fantasy points in three of his last four games and should have a solid outing against a Cleveland team that isn't impressing anyone on the defensive end.

Also Consider: Giannis Antetokounmpo ($11,700), LeBron James ($11,500), Jonathan Isaac ($7,800), T.J. Warren ($6,700), Kelly Oubre ($6,200), O.G. Anunoby ($6,200), Joe Harris ($4,600), Justin Holiday ($4,000), Doug McDermott ($3,900), Anthony Davis ($11,300), Domantas Sabonis ($9,100), Kevin Love ($8,800), Julius Randle ($7,200), Jabari Parker ($6,600), Jarrett Allen ($5,500 - if DeAndre Jordan is out), Taj Gibson ($4,000)

 

FanDuel DFS Centers

Tristan Thompson - C, @ NYK ($8,500)

New York will likely be without Mitchell Robinson, who has missed two games while working his way back from a concussion. With his absence, the door will be open for Thompson, who has at least 40.4 fantasy points in each of his last three games, to have another efficient game. His price is higher than it was a few weeks ago, but he will still come close to hitting his value.

Also Consider: Joel Embiid ($10,600), Nikola Vucevic ($8,800), Aron Baynes ($6,500)

 

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