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FanDuel NBA DFS Lineup Picks (11/13/18): Daily Fantasy Basketball Advice

The league features only three games on Tuesday night and with Golden State playing their second of a back-to-back against the Hawks, be mindful that there is a good chance that they will clean up quick which could mean that Kevin Durant, Draymond Green, and Klay Thompson could sit out more than normal to get some rest. With only a limited of options to choose from on such a small slate, it is time to get creative because one wrong move will take you out of the running in tournament play. Shout out to Caris Levert after suffering a horrific leg injury against Minnesota on Monday night. Get well soon.

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy basketball lineup picks for FanDuel on 11/13/18. 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

Eric Gordon - SG, @ DEN ($5,100)

In each of my DFS pick columns, I try not to include the obvious as you don't need me to tell you that picking up James Harden or Kemba Walker is a good way to go on Tuesday night. We need to dig deep, and even though Gordon flopped after I recommended him against Indiana, I am going to continue to roll with him as a result of his upside alone. There aren't many options outside of Harden at the two that I feel confident in rolling with, so this may be the place where you need to take your biggest risks. Check him out and hope that he can get his shots from deep to fall against a tough Nuggets defense.

Monte Morris - PG, vs. HOU (4,400)

Morris has been developing quite well, especially over the past few games. He has been getting a good chunk of minutes off of the bench, and though his offensive output is a little shoddy at times, he is a good distributor in the Nuggets' high-octane offense. Give him a shot if you are running low on funds.


FanDuel DFS Forwards

Miles Bridges - SF, @ CLE ($5,200)

With Michael Kidd-Gilchrist out with an ankle injury and Jeremy Lamb dealing with a groin injury that could impact his workload over the next few games, there will be minutes up for grabs that will likely be scooped up by Bridges. His averages of 7.8 points and 4.3 rebounds won't blow anyone away on paper, but a nice bump in minutes never hurt anyone from a usage perspective. Check him out as an excellent supplement to Kemba Walker, who should also be in everyone's lineup on Tuesday.

Gary Clark - PF, @ DEN ($5,100)

Gerald Green is out, P.J. Tucker is questionable, and Carmelo Anthony may not play for Houston ever again. Gark Clark has won over his teammates and more importantly, coach Mike D'Antoni, and as a result, there are big plans for the rookie out of Cincinnati. He logged his most significant minutes total of the season against Indiana a few nights ago with that trend likely continuing against the Nuggets. If he can get his shot to fall, which he does struggle with at times, he will be in store for a solid outing.


FanDuel DFS Centers

Tristan Thompson - C, vs. CHA ($6.100)

With the focus in Cleveland being on developing young and upcoming players, Thompson has been holding his own in the middle, especially as of late. He is a little touchy at times, but coming away with a double-double against a Charlotte team that is averaging 25.53 fantasy points to opposing big men, which is good for fifth-worst in the league, is a realistic possibility, especially with so many injuries for the Cavs at the moment. If you need to roster someone lower than Mr. Kardashian's asking price, look at Cody Zeller for a smooth $4,600.

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