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FanDuel NBA DFS Lineup Picks (3/26/19): Daily Fantasy Basketball Advice


Best wishes to Jusuf Nurkic, who before suffering a gruesome leg injury, had compiled nearly 76 fantasy points against the Nets on Monday night. Get well soon! The league features 10 games on Tuesday as the season rolls on towards the final stretch. As the playoff chase heats up for some, many will be on the outside looking in which could have a significant impact on rotations moving forward. We have a ton of injuries to keep track of as Kyring Irving, Al Horford, Jayson Tatum, Nicolas Batum, Justise Winslow, Zach LaVine, Otto Porter, Kris Dunn, Anthony Davis, Elfrid Payton, Eric Gordon, Taj Gibson, Trevor Ariza, Josh Hart, Reggie Bullock, Luka Doncic, and LeBron James are some of the notable names who have either been ruled out, or are in danger of not playing. Keep an eye on these guys throughout the day as their absences could open the door for some serious value plays on Tuesday night. Our target games of the day include LA Clippers/Minnesota, Atlanta/New Orleans, Houston/Milwaukee, Sacramento/Dallas, and Washington/LA Lakers, which all feature a projected combined score of at least 227 points.

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy basketball lineup picks for FanDuel on 3/26/19. 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. Remember to check your lineups before tipoff for injury updates.

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FanDuel DFS Guards

Trae Young - PG, @ NOP ($8,200)

Young and the Hawks will be matched up against a Pelicans team that isn't very efficient on the defensive end and are currently allowing 49.30 fantasy points to opposing point guards. Though Atlanta isn't doing very well on this end either, allowing a league-worst 52.18 fantasy points to that same position, making Elfrid Payton another desirable target, Young has been more consistent, especially as of late, averaging 21.3 points over his last 10 outings.

Frank Jackson - PG, vs. ATL ($5,600)

As mentioned, keep an eye on Elfried Payton, who is questionable with a wrist injury, because if he isn't able to go, look for Jackson to pick up the extra slack in a game that will move fast. The 20-year-old led his team in scoring a few nights ago against the Houston Rockets, finishing with 19 points on 16 shot attempts. There is also a chance that Anthony Davis, who is likely on his way out of New Orleans after the season concludes, will not play as well, giving everyone even more of an incentive to have Jackson in their lineup.

 

FanDuel DFS Forwards

Giannis Antetokounmpo -SF, vs. HOU ($12,400)

With the season winding down, the MVP race is heating up, with both Antetokounmpo and James Harden looking to end the debate when the Rockets head to Milwaukee for a pivotal game. Not only did the freak drop 27 points on Houston when these two clubs last met, he also pulled down a ridiculous 21 boards in the process. Antetekounmpo will be extra-motivated to produce on Tuesday night with the same being said for Harden, making both of these guys elite options.

Marvin Bagley III - PF, @ DAL ($7,700)

Since returning from a sprained left knee that sidelined him for a total of five games, Bagley has been on a roll, averaging 35 fantasy points over his last seven games. With this matchup featuring a projected pace of just under 104 possessions, the rookie will be plenty involved and ready to keep his efficient play going against the Mavericks.

 

FanDuel DFS Centers

Karl-Anthony Towns - C, vs. LAC ($11,800)

The Clippers are the worst team in the league against opposing big men this season, allowing just over 62 fantasy points per contest. As a result, Towns should put a hurting on the Clippers, making him an efficient option if you want to save a few bucks over Antetokounmpo or Harden. He has played well against Los Angeles all season as well, averaging 22 points and 11 boards throughout two meetings on the year. He will likely hit his value, or at least come very close to it on Tuesday night.

 

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