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FanDuel: Who did I pick in my lineup for February 9, 2016?

Take a look at a lineup to consider for Tuesday's games.

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With most of the instructional things about FanDuel out of the way from months ago, let's get straight to the lineups. Here's mine for Tuesday's NBA games.

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PG: John Wall, Wizards ($10,200) - I'll be a homer and pick Wall over Warriors wonder Stephen Curry. He has played quite well in the Garden in the past, so I'll roll the die on him again.

PG: Tony Parker, Spurs ($5,000) - Parker has scored in double-digit fantasy points for six straight games. The Spurs are playing the Miami Heat so expect him to get his fair share of minutes tonight.

SG: Dwyane Wade, Heat ($7,600) - Wade has scored at least 23.1 fantasy points in each of his last nine games. He will definitely play at least 30 minutes versus the Spurs tonight and should score close to 30 fantasy points tonight.

SG: Danny Green, Spurs ($4,200) - The Spurs guard is just .1 fantasy points away from scoring in double-digit fantasy points in each of his last ten game. At just $4,200 to your cap hit, he seems to be a low risk and high reward guy tonight.

SF: Kawhi Leonard, Spurs ($7,300) - For some reason, I love the San Antonio Spurs tonight. Even if he plays less than 30 minutes, expect him to get close to 30 fantasy points anyway given his impact on all ends on the court.

SF: Otto Porter, Wizards ($5,400) - Porter scored 38.6 fantasy points last Saturday against the Hornets and averages almost 25 a game. He should get at least close to that tonight against the Knicks.

PF: Draymond Green, Warriors ($9,100) - You pick Draymond every time he is available in one-day fantasy. Any power forward who gets 14.4 points, 9.6 rebounds, 7.4 assists, 1.3 blocks, and 1.4 steals a night on average is a must grab.

PF: David West, Spurs ($4,300) - The veteran forward is a bit hit or miss given that he isn't playing as many minutes as he did in Indiana over the past several seasons. But if he plays around 20 minutes tonight, he should get close to his average of 15.7 fantasy points per game.

C: Marcin Gortat, Wizards ($6,900) - The Polish Machine has scored at least 21.6 fantasy points a game in each of his last ten games. Pick him because he's a machine out there.