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FanDuel Daily Fantasy Basketball Helper: Saturday 1/2/21

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Elfrid Payton
the Charlotte Hornets
Markelle Fultz
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the Atlanta Hawks
Knicks-Indiana Pacers
OG Anunoby
the New Orleans Pelicans
the Toronto Raptors
the Memphis Grizzlies

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Evan Fournier
Terrence Ross
Alec Burks
Reggie Bullock
Kevin Love
Larry Nance Jr.
Ben Simmons
Daryl Morey
Lonzo Ball
Michael Carter-Williams
Aaron Holiday
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander
Russell Westbrook
D'Angelo Russell
Terry Rozier
Collin Sexton
Eric Bledsoe
RJ Barrett
Tobias Harris
Cam Reddish
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Brandon Ingram
Pascal Siakam
Julius Randle
John Collins
Bismack Biyombo
Nikola Vucevic
Clint Capela
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Zion Williamson

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($6,800): Nance is a tough player to pinpoint for fantasy, because he is productive -- with at least 27.0 FanDuel points in four of five games so far -- but it comes at an incredibly low 12.1% season-long usage rate. Barrett's salary is at its lowest point in four games, and it may represent a great buy-low spot at the weakest overall position on the slate.Other Notable Plays: Tobias Harris ($7,200), OG Anunoby ($6,500), Cam Reddish ($4,900) Zion Williamson ($8,100): Stan Van Gundy's "old school" mentality has slowed down the New Orleans Pelicans, who may be using their league-low 98.6 pace rating as a way to mask their young defense. Zion's ceiling comes from his aggression, as he has eclipsed 45.0 FanDuel points in both games in which he has attempted more than 20 shots. Siakam's floor for this salary -- eclipsing 32.0 FanDuel points in every game this season -- is tough to pass up in cash games, as well.Other Notable Plays: Julius Randle ($8,000), John Collins ($7,000) Bismack Biyombo ($5,000): There are not many injuries on this slate, which makes extreme value a little tougher to come by. His best game was Friday, when he posted 16 points and 12 boards in a great matchup with the Memphis Grizzlies, and he may have another good one against Philadelphia, who has ceded the seventh-most FanDuel points to centers so far.Other Notable Plays: Nikola Vucevic ($8,400), Clint Capela ($6,100)Austin Swaim is not a FanDuel employee.

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