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FanDuel Daily Fantasy Basketball Helper: Sunday 5/9/21

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The New Orleans Pelicans
The Sacramento Kings
De'Aaron Fox
the Charlotte Hornets'
the Cleveland Cavaliers
the Dallas Mavericks
The Orlando Magic
Minnesota Timberwolves
the Boston Celtics
the Detroit Pistons
the Golden State Warriors

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Zion Williamson
Brandon Ingram
Nickeil Alexander-Walker
Miles Bridges
Darius Garland
Kevin Love
LaMelo Ball
Cole Anthony
R.J. Hampton
Luka Doncic
Coby White
Killian Hayes
Zach LaVine
Collin Sexton
Terry Rozier
Eric Bledsoe
Terence Davis II
Anthony Edwards
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Karl-Anthony Towns
Luguentz Dort
Mikal Bridges
Dorian Finney-Smith
Naji Marshall
PJ Washington
Gordon Hayward
Marvin Bagley III
De'Aaron Fox
Harrison Barnes
Tyrese Haliburton
Richaun Holmes
Darius Bazley
Jalen McDaniels
Moritz Wagner
Mohamed Bamba
Mo Bamba
Nikola Vucevic
Wendell Carter Jr.
Kyrie Irving
Kawhi Leonard
Hassan Whiteside
Deandre Ayton
Austin Swaim


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Charlotte will likely continue to lean on their top option, and he could not ask for much better a matchup to work in on Sunday, as the Pelicans have allowed the fifth-most FanDuel points per game to opposing point guards, with much of that sample before losing their top two stars. The Orlando Magic have a bad habit of riding their bench, but in the last seven games, Anthony has seen his normal workload of 29 or more minutes, is averaging 27.5 FanDuel points, and has eclipsed 30 three times. LaVine averaged 49.9 FanDuel points in the seven games in April before his health issues, which creates plenty of upside at this salary. Edwards is a clear second option for the Timberwolves, as he is the silver medal in both usage (28.2%) and FanDuel points per minute (1.13) behind Karl-Anthony Towns. Edwards feels over-salaried at this spot, but in tournaments, using him instead of the plethora of mid-range options is an easy way to differentiate, and it is not as if he cannot pay off against New Orleans, who cede the fifth-most FanDuel points per game to opposing small forwards. Really, Bagley just needed to see his minutes allotment on the floor because he is averaging 35.9 FanDuel points in the three games since returning from injury he has seen at least 30 minutes. Bamba's 1.34 FanDuel points per minute the past two weeks is higher than the season-long averages of Kyrie Irving, Kawhi Leonard, and Zion Williamson for context, and much like when Hassan Whiteside emerged back in 2014, it is largely on the high-floor fantasy basis of rebounds (13.0 per game in May) and blocks (2.75 per game in May).

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