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Daily NBA Fantasy Basketball Picks, Tips and Advice for November 9, 2014 (11/9) | DFS NBA Basketball player picks, advice, strategy & tips for Nov 9, 14 to help set your lineup and win your FanDuel and DraftKings league or contest!


In case you missed our Daily NBA Fantasy Basketball Picks for FanDuel from yesterday’s action, here is a reminder of who we had in our lineup for November 8. It turned out to be a decent night overall, winning a few of our 50-50s while finishing just out of the money in others by less than 2 points. Hopefully you were able to catch our 11/8 NBA DFS picks and use them to help guide you into the winner’s circle! Not playing FanDuel daily fantasy sports yet but want to win some money? Join today through the Moxyball link and start earning cash by using our daily DFS picks!

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6 games on the schedule for November 9th (7pm onward) – a good number to work with in the world of DFS basketball. As always, we’ve crunched the numbers and have come up with a lineup of players we believe have the best chance at getting you into the upper half of 50-50 contests.

PG1: Darren Collison, $6,500

PG2: Reggie Jackson, $7,800

SG1: Eric Bledsoe, $7,300

SG2: Wesley Matthews, $5,800

SF1: Draymond Green, $5,400

SF2: K.J. McDaniels, $4,200

PF1: Amir Johnson, $5,400 (If Amir doesn’t suit up, consider Ed Davis or Patrick Patterson in his place. Upgrade Matthews to Lance Stephenson if Ed Davis fills the void for you.)

PF2: Dirk Nowitzki, $7,800

C: Al Jefferson, $9,400

Team Projection: 267 points (low-medium risk)

According to the Moxyball NBA DFS lineup model, we feel confident about this lineup for 50-50 contests. For low-risk tournaments, consider giving it a go. Especially if you can find a lineup you like that includes Al Jefferson and Stephen Curry. They should make for a superstar duo tonight. 

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Daily Notes:

  • All players in this lineup are projected to have a minimum of 4.0 FDP/$1,000 ROI.
  • 3 players are projected to return better than 4.8 ROI (Draymond Green, Darren Collison, K.J. McDaniels)
  • We like the Collison & Reggie Jackson matchup for both players tonight. They should do much of the scoring & will be very active on both sides of the ball.
  • Bledsoe is coming off a great game and is the type of player you need to ride in DFS when the going is good.
  • Al Jefferson is a must-start today against the lowly Lakers. They are going to have a ton of trouble defending him. We’ve projected him for 38 FDP but 40+ is easily within reach.
  • Dirk faces Miami in a matchup I like for him a lot. Give him a look if you can fit him in.
  • Amir Johnson should be monitored closely before locking him in. If he plays, it’s a solid matchup for him. Philly does not have good interior defenders against a guy like Amir and how he plays.
  • Matthews is a solid play – very low risk to put up over 20 FDP. His stock has fallen a bit lately, so you’re getting him at a nice price today.
  • Remember – this lineup is engineered for a 50-50 competition. We feel the 267 projection should be achievable, and is almost always enough on a day like this to place in the upper half.
  • Good luck, and as always, share your thoughts & comments below!

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But wait, there’s more!

Another lineup I’m giving a look at today:

PG1: Stephen Curry, $10,000

PG2: Darren Collison, $6,500

SG1: Monta Ellis, $7,600 

SG2: Wesley Matthews, $5,800

SF1: Jeremy Lamb, $4,800

SF2: K.J. McDaniels, $4,200

PF1: Patrick Patterson, $4,800

PF2: Markieff Morris, $6,800

C: Al Jefferson, $9,400

Team Projection: 271 points (medium risk)

According to the Moxyball NBA DFS lineup model, we feel confident about this lineup for 50-50 contests. For low-risk tournaments, consider giving it a go as well. The dynamic duo of Jefferson and Curry can yield nice results today. 

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5 comments

  1. Any suggestions on who to put in for Amir if he does not play? Thanks!

    • I’d give Patterson or Ed Davis a look if Amir doesn’t go. Can then use the extra $ for upgrading to Lance Stephenson over Matthews if you roll with Davis, for example.

  2. Yeah, yesterday it took things a while to get going. I was sitting in the 50’s and 60’s in most leagues. Luckily, Kawhi Leonard came up HUGE. Conley & Horford were having off days yesterday, so it was nice to see Leonard pick up the slack. Ended up with a winning record anyway. I feel pretty good going into today. If a guy is even questionable most of the time, I don’t put him in my lineup. It never fails I either wait too late, or forget to change him, and then he doesn’t play. Looking forward to a great day of NBA action. Best of luck to you guys! You do an awesome job!

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