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FanDuel NBA DFS Lineup Picks (2/10/19): Daily Fantasy Basketball Advice

As we enter the final Sunday before the All-Star break, the league has five games scheduled to close out the weekend. With an abundance of trade activity throughout the week, the door has opened for some players to become more involved from a fantasy standpoint. In regards to injuries, Dwyane Wade, Devin Booker, De'Anthony Melton, LeBron James, Josh Hart, and Jonathon Simmons are the notable players who are in danger of not playing.

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy basketball lineup picks for FanDuel on 2/10/19. 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.

Be sure to check all the NBA starting lineups and player statuses and availability prior to opening tip. Give me a follow on Twitter @Den_Clausen and say hello. Good luck!

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FanDuel DFS Guards

Damian Lillard - PG, @ DAL ($10,000)

With the Warriors anticipated to win big over the Heat, meaning Stephen Curry could sit longer than usual, in addition to Tobias Harris potentially cutting into Ben Simmons' usage in Harris' new home in Philly, Lillard may be your best bet for consistent production. Though it will cost you to acquire his services, Lillard has a proven track record against the Mavs, averaging 33 points, 7.5 assists, five boards, and 1.5 blocks over two meetings with Dallas on the year. The Blazers will be playing the first of a back-to-back, but since they haven't played since Thursday in addition to the All-Star break being around the corner, and with Portland looking to gain ground on the Thunder, the likelihood of him sitting, at least for an extended period of time, shouldn't be an issue.

Trae Young - PG, vs. ATL ($7,500)

Reasonably priced at only $7,500, Young has the potential to exceed his value, and despite putting in a full workload on Saturday against Orlando, the rookie actually performs better on no days rest, averaging 20.3 points and 6.7 assists on the back end of consecutive games.  While some will try to get cute and try to roll with Tyler Johnson, Jalen Brunson, or Trey Burke at the point guard position, I recommend playing it safe and going with the sure thing.

Terrence Ross - SG, @ ATL ($5,700)

Though he doesn't put up massive fantasy numbers consistently, Ross routinely produces fantasy point totals comparable, and beyond, his value. He has played well lately too, hitting at least 38.5 fantasy points in three of his last five outings. He played only 24 minutes on Saturday so he should be well rested and ready to go for a showdown with the struggling Hawks on Sunday.


FanDuel DFS Forwards

Aaron Gordon - PF, @ ATL ($7,100)

Gordon's asking price is too good to pass up, and despite netting only 22.2 fantasy points against the Bucks, the 2014 fourth overall pick should bounce back just fine against the Hawks on Sunday, a team that hasn't done much, if anything, right this season.

Jake Layman - SF, @ DAL ($4,700)

Layman has emerged as a go-to bench option for the Blazers and is currently enjoying the most productive period of his career in terms of production, averaging 19 points in February in addition to accumulating 40 fantasy points in two of his last five contests. Despite the arrival of Rodney Hood, the youngster should continue to get minutes and look to improve on what has been an impressive stretch for the 24-year-old.


FanDuel DFS Centers

Joel Embiid - C, vs. LAL ($11,8000

Embiid and the Sixers will host the visiting Lakers on Sunday, a team that has struggled against opposing centers all year by allowing 58.97 fantasy points per game. The 24-year-old shined against Los Angeles just a few weeks ago, finishing things up with 28 points, 11 boards, six assists, and a block for a total of 47.2 fantasy points. With this game projected to have the highest overall combined score, in addition to featuring a pace of 106.31 possessions, look for Embiid and everyone else to get more chances to rack up some serious fantasy points. If you need another less costly option, however, you can't go wrong with Nikola Vucevic against Atlanta for only $9,600.

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