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FanDuel NBA DFS Lineup Picks (3/13/19): Daily Fantasy Basketball Advice

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We have a 6-game slate tonight, with fantastic options at each position, so you will be looking to jam some of these studs in your lineups. If you are rolling out multiple lineups tonight, you should be very excited with how many options there are, so look to diversify your player pool.

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy basketball lineup picks for FanDuel on 3/13/19. 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.

Make sure you don't set your lineups too early. Give me a follow on Twitter @DFS_Tom and let me know how I did. And make sure you're checking out the latest Live NBA Vegas Odds over at, with spreads, MLs, O/Us, and line movements from all the major sports books. Good luck!

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FanDuel DFS Guards

Stephen Curry - PG, GS @ HOU (FD - $9,200)

The Warriors have ruled Kevin Durant for this game, which means Curry will see a 7.2% increase in his usage, only spelling more fantasy points for him tonight. We don't have an over-under set in this game, but we should be looking at a very high one, considering the offenses we have on both sides. Curry has faced the Rockets twice this season, posting 49 and 42 FanDuel points, but Durant played in both of those games. The Rockets and namely Chris Paul, are great defensively and allowing the third fewest points per game to point guards this season, but with Curry's GPP upside and extra usage, he is firmly in play tonight.

Allen Crabbe - SG, BKN @ OKC (FD - $4,300)

If you are looking for a bit of saving tonight, consider Crabbe, who has played 25 minutes or more in four straight games. He comes in averaging only 0.70 fantasy points per minute this season since he is largely dependant on scoring raw points in order to reach or exceed fantasy value. With that said he is cheap and makes a solid tournament option tonight since he is up against the Thunder, who are allowing 41 FanDuel points per game to shooting guards, which is the sixth most in the league.


FanDuel DFS Forwards

Jae Crowder - SF, UTA @ PHO (FD - $5,200)

Crowder has been sneaky consistent as of late with 25 or more FanDuel points in four straight games, which is truly great considering he is only $5.2K. Tonight, he is facing off against the Suns who are allowing 40 FD points per game to small forwards this season, which is around league average. The Jazz come in as seven-point road favorites with an over-under set at 222 points, which should make this a decent fantasy game to attack. The Suns were able to hang with the Warriors the other night and have shown to have plenty of fantasy value on their own, which could make this a nice spot to attack in tournaments.

Kenneth Faried - PF, HOU vs GS (FD - $5,600)

Faried came back from his injury the other day and was able to post 31 FanDuel points in just 19 minutes. That is an amazing point per minute production and hopefully, we see his minutes on the rise, which should only further increase in production in what should be a high scoring game. The matchup is certainly tougher one since the Warriors are only allowing 43 FanDuel points per game to power forwards which is the fifth fewest, but if you are looking for a game stack, then you will need some savings to fill out the lineup.


FanDuel DFS Centers

Jonas Valanciunas - C, MEM @ ATL (FD - $7,700)

Valanciunas has been playing some very solid minutes and producing great fantasy points in his recent stretch of games, but often goes overlooked in tournaments. Tonight, he is up against the Hawks, who are allowing 56 FanDuel points per game to centers this season. Valanciunas has posted at or above one fantasy point per minute in eight straight games and with the spread being only one point in this game, we should be in for plenty of scoring from both sides and a favorable matchup for Val.

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