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FanDuel daily picks: Fantasy basketball lineup – Feb. 2, 2019

The best high salary and value picks for FanDuel fantasy basketball on Saturday, Feb. 2.

Saturday’s FanDuel slate:

7 p.m. ET: Chicago at Charlotte, Brooklyn at Orlando, Milwaukee at Washington
7:30 p.m. ET: Dallas at Cleveland, Indiana at Miami
8:30 p.m. ET: LA Lakers at Golden State, New Orleans at San Antonio
9 p.m. ET: Denver at Minnesota, Atlanta at Phoenix, Houston at Utah
10 p.m. ET: Philadelphia at Sacramento

My favorite plays of the day can be found on the following slides in FanSided’s FanDuel daily picks. Each day in order to offer a variety of price points at each position, you can find two slides for each position–one for high-salary options and one for high-value options.

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Important note, every day the goal of this post is not to give you a copy-and-paste lineup. Instead, each selection is given while highlighting the factors you need to consider when building a customized lineup for yourself. If you want to see an example lineup, you can find it on the final slide of the post, but I suggest you adjust your lineup to fit your personal taste.

To keep up with all of FanSided’s DFS NBA coverage head over to the  fantasy basketball hub where each day you can find a post like this tailored for DraftKings as well as one specifically designed for usage on FanDuel. In this post, all salary and “fantasy points” references are to DraftKings scoring system and salaries. If you have any additional questions or thoughts or are looking for updates as we approach tipoff, follow @FanSidedFantasy on Twitter or you can follow my account @jeremylambert88.
Let’s take a look at your best options for both studs and value players at each position.

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