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FanDuel Cheat Sheet: CBB DFS Picks for March Madness Daily Fantasy Lineups | Saturday, 4/3

Nathan Joyce

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It’s arguably the best time of the year — college basketball postseason with the NCAA Tournament March Madness. With plenty of games up and down the schedule, we’re here to provide the content you need to be a winning DFS player. Our FanDuel CBB DFS picks cheat sheet features the slate’s best plays based on Alex Baker’s industry-leading projections. For today’s Final Four slate, Corey Kispert is shaping up as one of the best plays to home in on for your FanDuel lineups.

If you’re looking to take your game to the next level, be sure to check out our daily CBB projections and Matt Gajewski’s daily college basketball breakdown over at the Awesemo College Basketball page.

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