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FanDuel NBA DFS Lineup Picks (11/26/18): Daily Fantasy Basketball Advice


I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving and weekend. The association features seven games to kick off the week. Draymond Green, Victor Oladipo, Myles Turner, Chris Paul, John Wall, Terry Rozier, Donovan Mitchell, Dwight Howard, and Anthony Davis are all in danger of not playing so make sure you keep an eye on them throughout the day. Milwaukee/Charlotte is your projected highest-scoring game of the night according to our friends in the desert.

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy basketball lineup picks for FanDuel on 11/26/18. 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. Make sure you don't set your lineups too early and also be sure to check player statuses and availability prior to opening tip.

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FanDuel DFS Guards

Klay Thompson - SG, vs. ORL ($7,200)

With Stephen Curry and Draymond Green out of the lineup as of late, it has been the Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson show. Durant and Thompson have been virtually monopolizing the offense, as evident by the combined 52 shots that they took against the Kings in their last outing, 16 attempts more than the rest of the team as a whole. Don't expect that to change, especially if Green doesn't play again against the Magic. Either way, he is very generously priced considering his ceiling.

Terrence Ross - SG, @ GSW ($4,100)

Ross has gone virtually unnoticed on the fantasy radar this season, and though he isn't a consistent option, he is a guy who can put up some solid numbers when he gets hot. He scored 16 points, grabbed six boards and snagged two steals against the Hawks on Sunday night, and as everyone likely flocks to Malik Monk as the potential value-play of the night on Monday, the contrarians of the fantasy universe may steer clear. With the Hornets playing their second game of a back-to-back, I believe Monk's minutes were elevated to allow some of their core guys to get some rest to get ready for Milwaukee and as a result, I would look to Ross if things are monetarily tight, especially considering how high the projected score is in this one.

 

FanDuel DFS Forwards

E'Twaun Moore - SF, vs. BOS ($5,900)

If Anthony Davis sits again, look for Moore to continue to enjoy a significant bump in usage. Expect Jrue Holiday, Nikola Mirotic, and Julius Randle, along with Moore, to get the majority of minutes in addition to holding things down offensively if Davis isn't able to go as a result of a hip issue.

Bojan Bogdanovic - SF, @ UTA ($5,300)

As mentioned previously, make sure you monitor Oladipo's status before opening tip because if he doesn't play, Bogdanovic's stock will significantly rise. With Oladipo out of the lineup, Bogdanovic averages roughly three more shot attempts per game and also benefits by gaining a 2.7 percent increase in usage. He dropped 21 against the Spurs a few nights ago and at that asking price, I'll gladly take my chances here since this is your basic low-risk, high-reward type of situation.

 

FanDuel DFS Centers

Clint Capela - C, @ WSH ($8,600)

I hate most of the available centers on Monday night, at least not personally, but from a fantasy perspective. With so many risky players outside of Karl-Anthony Towns, Nikola Vucevic, and Rudy Gobert, I like Capela as well, especially if Chris Paul is out again. He gets his minutes, and will probably walk away with a high-end double-double against a Washington team that will be missing Dwight Howard.

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