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FanDuel NBA DFS Lineup Picks (11/6/19): Daily Fantasy Basketball Advice

Welcome to NBA Wednesday! We typically have a full slate of games on our hands most Wednesdays, but that's not the case today. We have a fun nine-game slate that is much better than a 15-gamer to me. There are still plenty of options, but not every single position is flooded with countless guys in great spots. We have to pick our spots and with a Rockets-Warriors game with a total in the 230's, it'll be a fun night in tournaments.

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy basketball lineup picks for FanDuel on 11/6/19. 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

James Harden - SG, HOU vs. GSW ($11,500)

I think Harden is going to be under-owned as a lot of people are going to chalk this up to a blowout. I am not considering it. If the Rockets blow these guys out, Harden is still going to put up 60 fantasy points. If it stays within 15 as Vegas expects, Harden could put up 80+. The Rockets don’t play any defense and there’s no reason the Warriors can’t stay in this game for three quarters. I’m paying up for Harden and hoping some are afraid the Rockets will score too many points too fast.

Ja Morant - PG, MEM vs. MIN ($7,800)

This is a super solid match-up for Morant and he’s looked amazing the last two games with 38 fantasy points in each. The minutes are never going to be crazy, but he’s doing plenty in 28 and I don’t think 32 is crazy in a close game. Minnesota has been terrible against point guards, even though Jeff Teague is a pretty solid 1-on-1 defender. It has more to do with the pace the T-Wolves play and the lack of rim protection. Morant makes for a great play at PG.

Others to Consider - Russell Westbrook, Kyle Lowry, Lou Williams, Dillon Brooks


FanDuel DFS Forwards

Pascal Siakam - SF, TOR vs. SAC ($9,000)

Giannis is certainly in play against a Kawhi-less Clippers, but he’s expensive and I do prefer James Harden. Pascal Siakam is still pricey, but it’s not too much. He gets a friendly match-up with the Kings, who have absolutely nobody to slow him down. Richaun Holmes and Dewayne Dedmon really just have no chance of staying with the speed and athleticism of Siakam. Bjelica and Barnes are way too small. I expect Siakam to eat early and 50 fantasy points wouldn’t be surprising in the slightest. If you can’t afford him, Markieff Morris is a great pivot at SF.

Eric Paschall - PF, GSW @ HOU ($6,900)

It’s not very smart to expect another 35+ real-life points out of Paschall, but he was my top overall Warriors play last game and it’s now easy to see why. He’s extremely talented and will put up 30 fantasy points every single night when given the minutes. The Rockets play fats and Paschall is going to eat if Russell is also out. Don’t be afraid of targeting this game that has the highest total on the slate.

Others to Consider - Markieff Morris, Giannis Antetokoummpo, Julius Randle, JaMychal Green


FanDuel DFS Centers

Karl-Anthony Towns - C, MIN @ MEM ($11,100)

The Grizzlies are no longer a team we want to avoid centers against. They play a lot faster than we’re used to and their big men are average on defense. Jonas Valunciunas is a pretty good individual defender, but Towns is going to give him fits on the outside. Towns has been suspended for the last two games and you know he wants to come out and have a huge performance. I’m far from scared of this Grizzlies team. We’re looking at a high 224 total with the T-Wolves favored by five.

Others to Consider - Jonas Valunciunas, Dwight Powell

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