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FanDuel NBA DFS Lineup Picks (11/27/18): Daily Fantasy Basketball Advice


The league has five games scheduled on Tuesday night. Outside of Victor Oladipo, there aren't too many injuries to keep an eye on so we should focus on guys who can exceed their respective values. With that being said, be prepared to take some chances if you are looking to capitalize in tournament formats. Look for New York/Detroit and Atlanta/Miami to be your highest projected scores of the night with a few games not far behind.

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy basketball lineup picks for FanDuel on 11/27/18. 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

Dwyane Wade - SG, vs. ATL ($5,500)

In his first two games back after being away while celebrating the birth of his daughter, Wade looked a little shoddy, combining for only 15 points throughout only 37 minutes during that span. However, he ignited against the Raptors on Sunday, finishing the night with 35 points in addition to six assists and five rebounds. The ceiling is high for the veteran on Tuesday, and at only $5,500, I will gladly take my chances rostering him against an inefficient team like the Hawks.

Torrey Craig - SG, vs. LAL ($3,800)

If Gary Harris sits again on Tuesday due to a bum ankle, look for Torrey Graig, as well as Monte Morris, to serve as the primary beneficiaries. While filling in as a starter for Harris against OKC just a few nights ago, Craig filled it up by finishing things up with 10 rebounds, eight points, and two blocks for a useful 28.5 fantasy points. Though he likely won't hit that number again, anything close to that will be acceptable, especially at that asking price. Consider Craig if Harris is ruled out, but only in that circumstance. You can also swap in Jamal Crawford in that spot for about the same price if you have to.

 

FanDuel DFS Forwards

JaMychal Green - PF, vs. TOR ($4,300)

Green is still easing his way back into the swing of things after spending some time on the shelf with a broken jaw. Though it appears that Jaren Jackson Jr. has a firm grasp on the four spot, I could see myself picking up green based on the upside alone.

Mikal Bridges - SF, vs. IND ($4,200)

Anyone who starts and is playing around 30 minutes per game should grab anyone's attention, but the fact that Bridges will only cost you $4,200 is an added perk. Though he is very inconsistent, he does have the ability to turn up the volume, as evident by the 35.4 fantasy points that he had just a week or so ago. He is risky, but since FanDuel will drop your lowest-scoring playing anyway, why not take the chance? Especially since selecting a guy in his price range will allow you to pay up everywhere else.

 

FanDuel DFS Centers

Bam Adebayo - C, vs. ATL ($4,600)

After his teammates urged him to be more physical and aggressive, Adebayo responded by pulling down 21 boards, scoring 16 points, and blocking two shots against the Raptors for an unfathomable 50.7 fantasy points. We know that Hassan Whiteside has never been a Miami favorite and it appears as if this may be the start of his demise.

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