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FanDuel NBA DFS Lineup Picks (11/17/19): Daily Fantasy Basketball Advice


Four games are scheduled for FanDuel's 6 pm (eastern) "main slate." Injuries are the theme more than ever on Sunday as both the Pelicans and Warriors are currently dealing with a massive amount of players who have either been ruled out or may not play at all. Look for value in these games and plan accordingly right up to opening tip.

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy basketball lineup picks for FanDuel on 11/17/19. 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

Bradley Beal - SG, @ ORL ($9,800)

Beal has hit at least 61 fantasy points in each of his last two games. With the Lakers expected to win big over the Hawks on Sunday, Anthony Davis and LeBron James could find themselves sitting earlier than expected, which would obviously decrease their fantasy effectiveness. Beal has been playing too well as of late to ignore, so keep rolling with him while he is hot.

Ky Bowman - PG, @ NOP ($3,800 FD) 

D'Angelo Russell is out for a few weeks while dealing with a thumb issue, opening the door for Bowman to re-enter the starting lineup. The rookie played well while filling in for Russell at the beginning of the month, accumulating at least 32.8 fantasy points twice over a three-game span. Expect his minutes to be back into the '30s against a damaged New Orleans squad on Sunday night.

Also Consider: Trae Young ($10,400), JA Morant ($7,700), Isaiah Thomas ($5,800), Jrue Holiday ($9,400), Evan Fournier ($5,600), Gary Harris ($5,400), Jordan Poole ($4,400), Nickeil Alexander-Walker ($3,500)

 

FanDuel DFS Forwards

Alec Burks - SF, @ NOP ($4,500)

Burks will likely come off the bench on Sunday night but expect him to see more minutes than some of those starting throughout the league. He played well against Boston a few nights ago, finishing with 20 points. Look for him to be a popular value guy on a night where there are plenty of them available.

E'Twaun Moore - SF, vs. GSW ($3,900)

Moore was arguably the most effective value play on Saturday night and finished with 35.9 fantasy points, which was more than nine times his asking price. Though he isn't guaranteed to get similar results, he should be on everyone's radar, especially if guys like Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, J.J. Redick, and Josh Hart aren't able to play against the Warriors. Keep him in your back pocket.

Also Consider: LeBron James ($11,800), Kenrich Williams ($4,800), Anthony Davis ($11,600), Jabari Parker ($7,600), Draymond Green ($7,000), Kyle Kuzma ($5,500), Eric Paschall ($5,000)

 

FanDuel DFS Centers

Damian Jones - C, @ LAL ($3,500)

Jones had himself a solid game against the Clippers on Saturday night, compiling 11 points and three boards to go along with four blocks. He continues to start over Alex Len and has surpassed 27 fantasy points in each of his last two outings. He has established himself as a semi-legit center as of late, with this type of production potentially continuing until John Collins returns from suspension.

Also Consider: Nikola Jokic ($9,400), Nikola Vucevic ($8,800), Willie Cauley-Stein ($5,700), Moritz Wagner ($4,500)

 

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