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FanDuel NBA DFS Lineup Picks (11/3/19): Daily Fantasy Basketball Advice


The best day of the week is here, and with football in full swing, the NBA has an abbreviated six-game slate on Sunday, with games beginning at 5 p.m EST. Just like on Saturday, there are an abundance of players on the injury report, with Myles Turner, Domantas Sabonis, Jimmy Butler, Justise Winslow, James Johnson, Harry Giles, Kadeem Allen, Dennis Smith Jr., Kyle Kuzma, Rajon Rondo, and Luka Doncic all having been either ruled out, or in danger of not suiting up. From a Vegas standpoint, the night will be filled with some low-scoring games, with Houston at Miami leading the slate with a projected total of 220 points, while the rest are expected to be in the 211-217 range. Each contest is expected to run relatively close, and with nobody but the Rockets coming off or going into a back-to-back, anticipate everyone to get a full allotment of minutes.

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy basketball lineup picks for FanDuel on 11/3/19. 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

Malcolm Brogdon - PG, vs. CHI ($9,200)

Brogdon has accrued at least 43.1 fantasy points in each of his first five games this season, with that trend expected to continue against the Bulls. He is averaging nearly 17 shots a game, and though Chicago has fared relatively well against opposing guards this season, the 26-year-old will likely do some damage on Sunday.

Donovan Mitchell - SG, @ LAC ($8,400)

Patrick Beverley will likely be matched up with Mike Conley, which will be a problem, but it will leave Mitchell free to do some work. Mitchell has played well for the most part this season and is currently sporting a 28.2 usage percentage to go along with a 51.9 field goal percentage.

Other FanDuel DFS Guards to Consider: Russell Westbrook ($10,300), Luka Doncic ($10,000), De'Aaron Fox ($8,300), Frank Ntilikina ($3,800 - if Dennis Smith Jr. is out), James Harden ($11,100), Lou Williams ($7,000), Jeremy Lamb ($6,900), Buddy Hield ($6,400), Delon Wright ($5,700 - if Luka Doncic is out), Avery Bradley ($3,900 - if Rajon Rondo is out)

 

FanDuel DFS Forwards

Kawhi Leonard - SF, vs. UTA ($10,600)

Leonard has hit at least 60.4 fantasy points during his last three games. He is averaging 21.8 shots per game, good for fourth-best in the league, and with this matchup expected to run close, Leonard should be on the floor for at least 30 minutes on Sunday night.

Danuel House - SF, @ MIA ($5,000)

With Gerald Green out of the equation, the door is open for House to continue to shine in his role at the three. Though James Harden and Russell Westbrook take most of the team's shots, House has been able to pick up the scraps by scoring at least 15 points in three of the first five games of the season. As usual, coach D'Antoni is running his starters into the ground, so expect the third-year forward to get his chances to put up some fantasy points, especially from behind the arc, against a Heat team that may be without Jimmy Butler.

Other FanDuel DFS Forwards to Consider: LeBron James ($10,900), Harrison Barnes ($6,100), Marcus Morris ($5,900), Justin Holiday ($4,000), Anthony Davis ($11,600), Kevin Love ($9,000), Bam Adebayo ($8,300), Kristaps Porzingis ($8,200), P.J. Tucker ($6,000)

 

FanDuel DFS Centers

Goga Bitadze - C, vs. CHI ($3,900)

Regardless if Domantas Sabonis, who is dealing with a calf issue, can play, Bitadze will get his minutes in place of Myles Turner, who will be out for a few weeks with a sprained ankle. The rookie played 24 minutes off of the bench against the Cavaliers a few nights ago and came one rebound shy of a double-double while recording four blocks in the process. He will likely have high-ownership on Sunday, so tournament players may want to take that into consideration.

Other FanDuel DFS Centers to Consider: Tristan Thompson ($7,800), Montrezl Harrell ($6,600), Dwight Howard ($4,900), Meyers Leonard ($4,200)

 

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