FanDuel NBA Picks, Advice & Analysis for November 7

FanDuel players have seven games from which to choose on Monday, including the Golden State Warriors hosting the New Orleans Pelicans. The Warriors are coming off of their worst performance of the season, a 20-point loss to the Los Angeles Lakers Friday night. Stephen Curry's streak of 157 consecutive regular season games with at least one made three-pointer came to an end as he shot 0-for-10 from beyond the arc, and players such as Klay Thompson and Draymond Green continued to struggle offensively. Steve Kerr's team will be a work in progress during the early portion of the season, with the addition of Kevin Durant resulting in a major shift in the team's offensive execution and how they work defensively as well (no more Andrew Bogut).

That being said, Monday's game against the Pelicans may be one where FanDuel players look to the Warriors for production. New Orleans has yet to win a game this season, and outside of Anthony Davis ($10,900 FanDuel salary) consistent production has been hard to come by. And with the Pelicans still without Jrue Holiday, Tyreke Evans and Quincy Pondexter on the perimeter, players such as Curry ($8,700) and Durant ($9,800) are attractive options for tonight.

Here are some players to consider for Monday's games, staying within the FanDuel rules of a nine-player roster with a salary cap of $60,000. (Getty)

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