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


Happy Veteran's Day. For those servicemen and women who are reading this, a sincere thank you goes out to you for your willingness to put your life on the line so that we can be free to enjoy the things we love, such as partaking in some DFS action on this beautiful Monday. Let's get down to business. In regards to injuries, Blake Griffin is expected to return after missing some time with a hamstring issue, and while he will be restricted in terms of how much he plays, his presence will likely eat into the production of some of our recent favorites like Bruce Brown and Luke Kennard. Andre Drummond will also semi-suffer as his days of frequent 20/20 games may decline to some degree . From our friends in the desert, Houston at New Orleans leads the way, with both teams projected to have a combined overall score of 243 points, making this a game to target, especially since Minnesota and Toronto are playing the second of back-to-back outings. Lastly, keep an eye on injuries, as Shabazz Napier, Jeff Teague, Derrick Rose, Tim Frazier, Kristaps Porzingis, Gordon Hayward, Enes Kanter, Grayson Allen, Brandon Clarke, JA Morant, Danuel House, Draymond Green, Eric Paschall, and Lonzo Ball are all listed on Monday's report in some shape or form, with Porzingis and Morant likely playing since their absences over the weekend were strictly for load management purposes.

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

Kemba Walker - PG, vs. DAL ($10,000)

Gordon Hayward broke his hand against the Spurs on Saturday and will be out for the next month or so, opening the door for Walker to get a bump in production. Despite playing only 32 minutes in the loss to San Antonio, he still managed to put up an impressive 20 shot attempts, while also shooting an efficient 40 percent from behind the arc. The veteran has also been getting more involved as a distributor, racking up 14 assists over his last two games, and should provide value on a night where Luka Doncic and Russell Westbrook will cost you a pretty penny.

Andrew Wiggins - SG, @ DET ($8,000)

Wiggins continues to play a ton of minutes and is also taking an equally abundant amount of shots, averaging 22.6 attempts in November. While those numbers are semi-inflated as a result of an overtime game and the two-game suspension of Karl-Anthony Towns, his asking price on Monday night can't be beaten if you're are looking to save some dough.

Also Consider: Luka Doncic ($10,700), Russell Westbrook ($9,900), Mike Conley ($6,800), James Harden ($12,000), D'Angelo Russell ($8,900), Jrue Holiday ($8,200), Donovan Mitchell ($8,200), Jaylen Brown ($6,400), Marcus Smart ($5,400), Josh Hart ($5,400), J.J. Redick ($4,500), Norman Powell ($4,300)

 

FanDuel DFS Forwards

Alec Burks - SF, vs. UTA ($5,600)

Burks has stepped up as of late with the absences of Stephen Curry, Draymond Green, and the recently returned D'Angelo Russell. He has played at least 31 minutes over the last three games and is also averaging 39.8 fantasy points during that span. Draymond Green or Eric Paschall may be back on Monday, but Burks should still have a significant role, nonetheless. Ownership will likely be high, so if you are looking to fade, this may be the place to do it.

Kenrich Williams - SF, vs. HOU ($3,900)

With Lonzo Ball out once again on Monday as a result of a hip ailment, Williams may slide back into the starting lineup, just like he did on Saturday against the Hornets. The 24-year-old played well in that one, producing a stat line of 15 points, five boards, and three dimes, while also throwing in two steals and a block for good measure. If Williams is starting again against the Rockets, slide him into your lineup.

Also Consider: Kawhi Leonard ($9,700), Brandon Ingram ($8,800), Bojan Bogdanovic ($6,200), Danuel House ($5,500), Josh Okogie ($4,000 - if Jeff Teague and Shabazz Napier are both out), Jarrett Culver ($3,800 - if Jeff Teague and Shabazz Napier are both out), Jayson Tatum ($8,100), P.J. Tucker ($5,400), Derrick Favors ($5,300), Daniel Theis ($4,800 - if Enes Kanter is out)

 

FanDuel DFS Centers

Clint Capela - C, @ NOP ($9,300)

While Andre Drummond and Karl-Anthony Towns duke it out in Detroit, Capela has a great matchup against a Pelicans team that is sorely lacking size underneath the basket. He has hit at least 53.5 fantasy points in each of his last two games, and in classic Mike D'Antoni fashion, the starting unit continues to receive plenty of time on the court.

Also Consider: Karl-Anthony Towns ($10,800), Andre Drummond ($10,400), Rudy Gobert ($8,300), Robert Williams ($4,300 - if Enes Kanter is out)

 

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