NBA Daily Fantasy Basketball Recommendations for November 27 2019

NBA Daily Fantasy Basketball Recommendations for November 27 2019

The NBA prepares for a Thanksgiving break with 14 games on the schedule Wednesday. With so many options to choose from, there is no time to waste. Here are some of the better players to target at each position. Don’t forget to sign up for our Newsletter and try our NBA Lineup Optimizer to help build a winning entry on FanDuel and DraftKings.


NBA Daily Fantasy Basketball Recommendations for November 27 2019

Ky Bowman, GS vs. CHI
FanDuel = $5,800
DraftKings = $6,400

The key bit of news to watch here is the status of Draymond Green (heel). He’s been playing at point guard for the injury-riddled Warriors, but has been forced to miss the last three games. Bowman has moved into the starting five in his place, averaging 19 points, 3.7 rebounds, four assists and 2.3 steals during that three-game stretch. With the mess that the Bulls have become, Bowman could be in line for another big performance if Green sits.

Tomas Satoransky, CHI at GS
FanDuel = $5,300
DraftKings = $5,000

This game has the potential to provide some juicy fantasy production on both sides with the Warriors allowing the fifth-most points per game in the league. Satoransky might not be an offensive juggernaut, but he has scored at least 10 points in three of his last four games. He’s also provided valuable all-around production, averaging 8.7 points, 3.2 rebounds, five assists and 1.4 steals per contest, overall.


NBA Daily Fantasy Basketball Recommendations for November 27 2019

Devin Booker, PHO vs. WAS
FanDuel = $8,400
DraftKings = $8,500

The Wizards are another team to take advantage of considering they have played at the fourth-fastest pace and allowed the second-most points per game. To further complicate matters, they might have some tired legs having played Tuesday in Denver. A team that struggles to defend is a great matchup for Booker, who has used his 28.6 percent usage rate to average 24.8 points per game. He’s not just a scorer, either, averaging 3.7 rebounds and 6.1 assists a night.

Jordan McRae, WAS at PHO
FanDuel = $3,700
DraftKings = $3,800

McRae went off in the second half of Tuesday’s game against the Nuggets, especially during garbage time in the fourth quarter. He finished with a season-high 21 points, which was certainly aided by the lopsided score. However, he’s started to see an increase in playing time lately, logging at least 20 minutes in three straight games. He’s cashed in by providing at least 12 points, three assists and a steal in each contest. While his upside isn’t the best, he’s so cheap that he could be key with so many stars at our disposal for this slate.


NBA Daily Fantasy Basketball Recommendations for November 27 2019

LeBron James, LAL at NO
FanDuel = $11,200
DraftKings = $11,500

Despite the hefty price tag, James is going to be difficult to resist. He’s in the midst of a monster campaign running the point for the Lakers, which has left him with an incredibly high floor. The addition of Anthony Davis has done nothing to stunt his offensive output, either, since he still has a 31.6 percent usage rate and is averaging 25.6 points per game. With the Pelicans playing at the fifth-fastest pace in the league, the sky is the limit for King James here.

Jarrett Culver, MIN at SA
FanDuel = $4,700
DraftKings = $4.900

It’s been a rapid ascension up the Timberwolves’ depth chart for Culver. He barely played out of the gate, logging 16 minutes or fewer in each of their first four games. However, injuries have forced him into an expanded role, which enabled him to showcase his talent. He’s now started seven games this season, averaging 10.7 points, 4.1 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 1.1 steals across those contests. He should stick in the starting five with Jeff Teague now coming off the bench, making him very appealing at this price.


NBA Daily Fantasy Basketball Recommendations for November 27 2019

Jarrett Allen, BKN at BOS
FanDuel = $7,400
DraftKings = $7,600

The addition of DeAndre Jordan was a bit puzzling for the Nets considering they already had a talented young center in Allen. Reports were that Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving pushed for Jordan to be added to the team, so that was probably the main reason why they added him. While it’s caused a bit of a logjam, Jordan was unable to play Monday against the Cavaliers. Allen went off in his absence, posting 22 points, 21 rebounds, three assists, two steals and two blocks across 34 minutes. If Jordan sits again, Allen could feast against a Celtics team that will be missing Daniel Theis (illness) up front. Of note, he is only eligible at power forward on FanDuel since he is listed at center on DraftKings.

Frank Kaminsky, PHO vs. WAS
FanDuel = $4,000
DraftKings = $5,000

Kaminsky has started the last four games for the Suns, averaging 11.8 points, 4.5 rebounds and two assists a night. He was limited to seven points against the Nuggets on Sunday, but he played only 19 minutes in what was a bad matchup against a very good defensive team. That won’t be the case here against the Wizards, so Kaminsky could be worth a look in tournament play with Aron Baynes (hip) still out.


NBA Daily Fantasy Basketball Recommendations for November 27 2019

Thomas Bryant, WAS at PHO
FanDuel = $6,700
DraftKings = $6,000

The Suns have good numbers against opposing centers this season, but a lot of that is because of Baynes. Kaminsky is not a great rebounder, so Bryant is going to have an opportunity to feast on the boards in this game. It might also help his cause that he only logged 23 minutes against the Nuggets on Tuesday. He should be ale to at least approach a double-double in this contest.

Enes Kanter, BOS vs. BKN
FanDuel = $4,500
DraftKings = $5,000

Kanter is in line to start again with Theis out. He started in his place Monday against the Kings, recording 13 points, nine rebounds, two assists and a steal across 25 minutes. The only other time that he played at least 25 minutes in a game this season is when Theis was also out against the Wizards a couple of weeks ago. Kanter responded with 13 points, nine rebounds, two assists and a steal in that contest, as well. At this cheap price, he’s awfully difficult to pass up.

Author Bio:

Mike has been covering fantasy sports since 2007, joining Lineup Lab in 2017. An avid player of both season-long fantasy leagues and DFS, Mike’s work has appeared on numerous sites, including RotoWire, SportsLine and Sports Illustrated. He’s also been featured on DraftKings’ nightly show, The Sweat, and was a finalist for the 2018 FSWA Basketball Writer of the Year award. Follow Mike on Twitter @rotomikebarner.

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