FanDuel NBA Sleeper Picks for November 27th, 2016

By DFSGeek
Nov. 27, 2016

FanDuel NBA Sleeper Picks for November 27th, 2016
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Hello my fellow NBA DFS competitors. DFS authority CD Hill is here to give you my suggested FanDuel NBA Sleeper Picks. These picks will be from NBA games that take place on Sunday, November 27th, 2016 & that start between the following times: 6:00 PM EST and 9:30 PM EST. If any of my picks help your lineups today, be sure to let me know in the comments on my Twitter page @cdhill81 & as always, be sure to keep track of whether or not the players you plan on going with today are expected to suit up in their contests. Also, be sure to keep an eye out for my Bargain Bin Player (usually my cheapest buy) of the Day. This is the player that I consider to be the top value pick and make sure you bookmark this blog for FanDuel NBA Sleeper Picks!

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PF - Serge Ibaka (MIL@ORL) - (FPPG: 25.8 & Salary: $6,100):

Serge Ibaka has put up close to 40 FP in two out of his last three games. In that stretch of play, he averaged a notable 20 PPG, 8 RPG, 3.5 BPG and 1.5 SPG in 34 MPG and next faces a Bucks squad that has been a mid-tier level team in terms of the FPPG they've given up to opposing PF's compared to all other NBA teams this season. This matchup shows to be a doable one for this pick at this time and since the formidably playing of late Ibaka comes in at a reasonable price today too, it wouldn't be a bad idea to give this Magic PF a start right now in all types of FanDuel competition(s), especially cash league type(s).

C - Clint Capela (HOU@POR) - (FPPG: 27 & Salary: $5,900): 

Clint Capela's price tag is really starting to rise, but it's still at a salary requirement FanDuel owners should take advantage of while he's still playing very admirably right now, because it could start reaching a price tag that will lower his overall fantasy value on FanDuel if he keeps up his solid play this year. Since mid-November, Capela has averaged PTS in the teens, REB close to or just over 10 a game and almost 3 BPG in almost 30 MPG and has actually averaged 32 MPG in his last four games. He's a player that has not only been getting more involved on the defensive end of the floor for his team, but on the offensive end too for them and faces an average Portland defense in terms of the amount of FPPG they give up to opposing centers compared to all other NBA teams at the moment. This is a value play pick with solid upside and is an ideal start in all types of contests later today on FanDuel.

PF - Trevor Booker (SAC@BKN) - (FPPG: 27.3 & Salary: $5,600):

Trevor Booker now has back-to-back double-doubles with an average of 3.5 SPG in his last two games as well. He maintained a 30+ FPPG average in that time too (in one of those contests, he had a 40+ fantasy point performance) and goes up against a Kings D next that's one of the top 10 worst defenses in the NBA right now at minimizing opposing PF's FPPG. Booker has been quite the buy for FanDuel owners throughout much of this season already and looks like pick that should once again make his DFS owners in this one later this evening, so be sure to give my Bargain Bin Player of the Day a start in any format.

Other Sleeper Picks to Consider:

PG:  Dennis Schroder and Tim Frazier

SG:  Evan Fournier, Sean Kilpatrick and Jordan Clarkson

SF:  Trevor Ariza, Maurice Harkless and Glenn Robinson III

PF:  Terrence Jones

C:  Mason Plumlee