Nine games are on the NBA schedule for Saturday
, but many FanDuel leagues are considering eight with the Jazz vs. Rockets contest
being off the board. With that being the case FanDuel players won't have Rockets guard James Harden at their disposal, but they do have the ability to select Pelicans forward Anthony Davis ($11,400) for their roster. Davis accounted for 67.8 FanDuel points in Friday's win over Portland, finishing the game with 38 points, nine rebounds, six assists, four blocks and two steals to lead the way for New Orleans. Davis has scored 40 FanDuel points or more in ten of the 12 games he's played in this season, and with the recent emergence of Terrence Jones and the return of Jrue Holiday the top overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft has a little more help in carrying the load.
Also in action Saturday are the Golden State Warriors, who visit the Milwaukee Bucks
. That game will feature three players with FanDuel salaries above $9,000 in Warriors forward Kevin Durant ($9,700), Bucks guard Giannis Antetokounmpo ($9,600) and Warriors guard Stephen Curry ($9,100). But the best value in this matchup may be Warriors guard Klay Thompson ($5,700), whose FanDuel salary still seems to reflect his early struggles and not his improved play of late. Click through for our roster picks for Saturday's games, taking into consideration the FanDuel rules of a nine-player roster and a salary cap of $60,000. (Getty)