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FanDuel NBA DFS Lineup Picks (4/9/19): Daily Fantasy Basketball Advice

As we head towards the final few days of the NBA regular season, the league has 11 games scheduled. With a few teams looking to gain ground in their respective conferences, some will be looking to make one final push to avoid being eliminated from playoff contention. As a result, look for the rotations for these teams to remain intact while others rest a plethora of players in order to be fresh for the postseason. Be sure to monitor things throughout the day as there will be even more players added to the list of inactives on Tuesday.

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy basketball lineup picks for FanDuel on 4/9/19. 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

Kemba Walker - PG, @ CLE ($9,700)

In an attempt to keep his team in the playoff picture, Walker has been ultra-aggressive on the offensive end. Over the last four contests, he has been letting them fly, going 46-for-92 from the field with 35 of those attempts during that span coming from behind the arc. As the Hornets look to keep things rolling, you can count on Walker to continue to be heavily involved on Tuesday night and will likely have high-ownership for a good reason. Make sure he is in your lineup.

Dwyane Wade - SG, vs. PHI ($6,300)

Tuesday could be the final home game of D-Wade's career, and one thing is for sure, he will be looking to leave on a high note. Wade will go down as one of the best players, if not the best, in the history of the Heat franchise and could have one more big night in the works. Unlike Michael Jordan, Karl Malone, and Kobe Bryant, who all played well beyond their primes, Wade still has plenty of gas in the tank, as evident by his play as of late, averaging 17.1 points over his last 10 games. He will be going up against a Sixers squad that could be sitting some of their core guys, potentially setting the stage for one more magical performance from the future hall of famer.


FanDuel DFS Forwards

Larry Nance Jr. - PF, vs. CHA ($7,400)

With Kevin Love and Tristan Thompson out of the picture, Nance will continue to benefit across the board. The 26-year-old has hit at least 32.4 fantasy points in five of his last six contests and will be matched up against a Hornets team that will be lacking Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Marvin Williams, and Cody Zeller underneath the basket.

Jakarr Sampson - SF, vs. NYK ($6,300)

Since joining the bulls on his second 10-day contract of the season, Sampson has been taking advantage of his time on the floor, averaging 23 points and eight boards throughout the last three games. Though the Bulls have nothing left to play for, the journeyman will continue to fight to find a home and should continue to get plenty of minutes against a horrendous New York team. Not a bad way to go, especially considering Kevin Durant, Kawhi Leonard, and Paul George may see a reduction in minutes on Tuesday with the potential of even not playing as their teams prepare for the playoffs.


FanDuel DFS Centers

Mitchell Robinson - C, @ CHI - $8,100

While DeAndre Jordan continues to sit on the bench, Robinson has established himself as the number one option (finally) at the five for the Knicks. The Bulls have allowed some of the worst numbers to opposing big men, giving up 59.34 fantasy points per game this season to that position. Don't forget about Robin Lopez either as the veteran sorely exposed the rookie when these two teams met last week, finishing with 29 points and seven boards.

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