Fanduel NBA DFS Picks & Lineup Advice for October 24, 2018
We have a massive 11 game slate on Fanduel with a lock at 7pm EST. Be sure to check the NBA starting lineups before lock.
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Here are my Fanduel NBA DFS Picks & Lineup Advice for October 24, 2018.
The rookie PG went off for 30+ points and 10+ assists against Cleveland and will play his first ever home game against a struggling Dallas team. Dallas allows a league high 54.8% 3 point field goal percentage and I expect Young to go nuts tonight
Michael Carter Williams
He’s finally playing for a title contender and I’m impressed with his play so far. James Ennis is out and MCW will enter the starting lineup. He’s minimum salary and provides nice salary relief so you can stack the LA-Suns game.
The Lakers allow a league worst 135 points per game and this looks like an eruption spot for Booker. Demar Derozan abused the Lakers defense in the overtime thriller and Booker will have the ball in his hands a lot. This kid scored 70 points against the Celtics in Boston and could drop 50 points tonight.
Once again, Mcgruder is pure salary relief on a banged up Miami Heat team that’s missing several key players. He’s logged 39+ minutes in his last two games and can rebound the ball well.
In his last trip to Phoenix, Lebron dropped 68 FDP and this game will be another high scoring shootout. He is the top overall play on the slate.
Ian Mahimi is doubtful for the Wizards-Warriors clash and Oubre will enter a small ball lineup against the Warriors. He’ll play heavy minutes and could rack up a ton of steals since the Warriors allow a league worst 10 steals per game
Lebron can’t score all the points so expect Kuzma to put up a lot of shots. He showed his offensive skills against a tough Spurs team and this matchup is a blowup spot for Kuzma.
Ibaka has moved to the center position and should dominate a defensively challenged Karl Anthony Towns. He’ll play more minutes than usual since the Raptors have been blowing out teams at home lately. The Timberwolves have enough talent to keep this matchup close.
After watching Lamarcus Aldridge rip through the Lakers’ frontcourt, I’m plugging in Ayton to achieve similar success. He should play 30+ minutes and I think he will have plenty of scoring opportunities in this one.