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FanDuel NBA DFS Lineup Picks (12/7/19): Daily Fantasy Basketball Advice


Welcome to NBA Saturday night. We have just four games on the slate, but more than enough superstars to pay up for. We'll have to pick the right stars and scrubs as there will be some huge performances tonight. Let's dive right in!

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy basketball lineup picks for FanDuel on 12/7/19. 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.

Give me a follow on Twitter @DFSVarney and say hello. Good luck RotoBallers, let's dive right in!

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FanDuel DFS Guards

Russell Westbrook - PG, HOU vs. PHO ($9,400)

The Rockets get to play at their speed tonight against another fast-paced squad in the Suns. Westbrook is still underpriced on FanDuel at $9,400 and you can play him in both cash games and tournaments. He’s looked himself in the last two games and has been at 50 fantasy points in each. The Suns are going to let the Rockets run the floor and we know Westbrook thrives on the fastbreak. He’s the most expensive point guard on the board and rightfully so. If you can fit him, you’re expecting 50-65 fantasy points in this match-up.

Furkan Korkmaz - SG, PHI vs. CLE ($3,500)

Korkmaz was already seeing 20 consistent minutes with Richardson out and he may get up to 30 with Embiid also out. The 76ers typically just move Horford to the 5 and play smaller, which results in a guy like Korkmaz seeing the floor for 30-32 minutes. The Cavs give up plenty of open threes and I like him to post 25 fantasy points tonight. He’s extremely cheap and my favorite value on the night.

Consider - James Harden, Ben Simmons, Donovan Mitchell

 

FanDuel DFS Forwards

Tobias Harris - SF, PHI vs. CLE ($8,100)

With Joel Embiid out, there are going to be some shots up for grabs and the match-up is a good one. Harris has been over 20 real-life points in three straight and over 30 fantasy points in four straight. Harris stuffs the stat sheet and in turn has 50-FP upside when his shot is falling. The Cavs don’t offer much defensive resistance and Harris should do what he wants with the ball. His price isn’t high enough in any format to ignore.

Frank Kaminsky - PF, PHO @ HOU ($5,400)

Assuming Aron Baynes is out (doubtful), Frank Kaminsky is a lock and load. He’s been over 30 minutes in two of the last three and over 30 fantasy points in three straight. Kaminsky is extremely productive when on the floor and now gets a match-up with the fast-paced Rockets. They don’t have much rim protection and Kaminsky is going to tally up fantasy points fast. Easy play if Baynes is out.

Consider - Tim Hardaway, Joe Ingles, Al Horford, Kelly Oubre

 

FanDuel DFS Centers

Rudy Gobert - C, UTA vs. MEM ($7,700)

Jonas Valunciunas has been a man on fire of late, but he runs into the toughest match-up there is against Rudy Gobert. We’ll look at Gobert, who’s cheaper and has a higher floor in more minutes. The Grizzlies also play a lot faster and the Jazz are going to see a few extra possessions. Gobert is going to give Valanciunas issues in the paint and I’m expecting 40+ out of Gobert. In tournaments, Valanciunas should be low-owner and he obviously has crazy upside.

Consider - Myles Turner, Clint Capela

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