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  1. 23 Darius Bazley – 13 mpg, 0.50 fg%, 0.70 ft%, 4.1 ppg, 0.7 3pt, 3.8 rpg, 1.0 apg, 0.3 spg, 0.7 bpg, 1.3 to.

    I liked the bet here as well. OKC did well to bring him on board, although I expected them to target a wingman. Bazley projects to be more of a SF/PF hybrid for me, and I believe that’s not the biggest need for the Thunder. However, looking down the line, they are betting on his upside, which I believe could turn out to be huge. Skipped college, and kept in shape while working out with New Balance’s team. He reported back to the combine posting top 3 results for big men in almost every category, while leaving an overall great impression. Also one of my top 15 Dynasty targets.

     

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    Sleepers & Waiver Wire pickups (week 10)

    Players owned in 50% of the leagues, or less:

    DJ Augustin (30%), Kent Bazemore (28%)

    Players owned in 25% of the leagues, or less:

    Cody Martin* (1%), Darius Bazley (1%), Chris Boucher (22%), Derrick Jones jr. (14%), Kevin Knox (5%), Romeo Langford (0%)
    *Avoid, if possible, Nets, Hornets, Bulls and Clippers streamers for the week, as these teams all only play twice this week.
     

    Last week’s suggestions:

    Isaiah Thomas (45%) – All the guy wanted was frosties. Good for IT, though, the two game suspension is dumb. And he’s been really decent in fantasy.
    Willie Cauley-Stein (51%) – Useful week for him, but stocks were seemingly not available for him. Good to see him putting up 3 blocks in the last game of the week.
    Norman Powell (28%) – He’s out indefinitely, and if he opts for surgery (which he probably should), he’ll probably won’t be back this season. It’s a shame, because he was playing well and the Raps could use healthy bodies.
    Dillon Brooks (41%) – So, Brooks went back to shooting bad FG% and not contributing much eslewhere. Hold, though.
    Daniel Theis (11%) – 2.7 combined stocks, and Robert Williams will be out for a while. Hold.
    Lonnie Walker IV (2%) – I promised it would be rocky.
    Denzel Valentine (2%) – Boylen vut his minutes, and right now he’s not able to do much. I’m still interested in seeing where he takes this over the next week, but if nothing changes, a strong drop.
    George Hill (26%) – Top 60 over past 7 days. I think he’ll hold season long value, as he’s been killing it since before the summer. Very efficient as a bench option in fantasy.
    Jalen Brunson (3%) – Was a fund ride, averaging almost 14/5/10 for the week, with good percentages. Doncic could be back Thursday, so brace for impact.
    Also, for those rostering Alex Len, it seems like the end is nigh for him. Atlanta is looking to bring in more help (like Steven Adams), and coach Llloyd already shuffled his rotations, resulting in fewer Len minutes.
     

     

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  3. Players owned in 50% of the leagues, or less:

    Isaiah Thomas (27%)
    Willie Cauley-Stein (49%)
    Norman Powell (42%)
    Dillon Brooks (33%)

    More here: https://perkinsfor3.wordpress.com/2019/12/16/sleepers-waiver-wire-pickups-week-9/

    Last week’s suggestions:

    Alex Len (35%) –  #47 overall over past 14 days, #75 over past 7. He’s weirdly good off the bench, and helps you out in FG%, REB and doesn’t turn the ball over a lot (0.3 TO over past 2 weeks). Even averaged 1.1 STL over that span. Hold.
    Danuel House jr (35%) – Very ineffficient over past weeks, but hold.
    Duncan Robinson (39%) – #39 over past 14 days, #42 over past 7. Could realistically hold on to that top 50 ranking over season. Ranked fifth in 3 pt per game over past 7 days.
    Nemanja Bjelica (45%) – Quiet week for Bjelica (other than the casual three game winner he hit), he’ll hold top 100 value ROS.
    MY MAN BEN MCLEMORE (27%) – Moved back to bench role, still hitting 3.3 pt over past 7 days with almost a steal and a block. Will have value ROS.
    Matisse Thybulle (16%) – Almost hard capped at 25-26 MPG so far, Thybulle has been producing steals and hitting some outside shots.
    Garrett Temple (21%) – Not great over past week, but useful if you’re looking for some waiver production.
    De’Anthony Melton (4%) – Fun to see the Grizz play Melton next to Ja a bit more this week. Far from great over last few games, but I’d hold and see what the Grizz will do, as they’vve played around with some interesting rotations lately.
    Troy Brown (10%) – Top 100 rank over past 7 days with great percentages, production in rebounds, assists and especially steals (2.0 spg).
    Donte DiVincenzo (13%) – Bledsoe will be out a few weeks (right fibula evulsion fracture), and DDV actually looks like the main beneficiary. Also great pick up in dynasty settings, I expect him to have some big games these weeks (also plays incredibly well with Giannis on the court, and vice versa).

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  4. Players owned in 50% of the leagues, or less:

    Alex Len (29%)
    Danuel House jr (42%)
    Duncan Robinson (26%)
    Nemanja Bjelica (38%)

    Players owned in 25% of the leagues, or less:

    MY MAN BEN MCLEMORE (23%) -
    Matisse Thybulle (8%)
    Garrett Temple (21%)
    De'Anthony Melton (9%)
    Troy Brown (6%)
    Donte DiVincenzo (8%)

    More thoughts here: https://perkinsfor3.wordpress.com/2019/12/09/sleepers-waiver-wire-pickups-week-8/

    Last week’s suggestions:

    Delon Wright (49%) - Minutes came crashing down even before the right abductor injury. Safe to drop. 
    Rodney Hood (20%) - SMH, PDX is cursed this season. Get well soon, Rodney. 
    Norman Powell (22%) - Could see some more touches and minutes with FVV out tonight - watch the situation. Powell been okay this season. 
    Jakob Poeltl (13%) - 9.5/9 with 4 blocks and just 1 TO for the week. Tends to have some low REB games, but also adds value in FG% and BLK. Watch for Pop, though. 
    Omari Spellman (6%) - 12 & 13 minutes last two games. With such a depleted roster, Spellman should have been abel to carve out more minutes. 
    Keita Bates-Diop (3%) - Aside from the dud vs OKC, Diop has hit at least two threes in every game since Nov 23rd. Nice FG% help as well, albeit in low volumes. I can see him enter the starting five soon. 
    Mo Bamba (25%) - 8.3 reb and 1.7 blk over past week. That's what you got him for. The three threes in total were a nice bonus. 
    Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (9%) - Under 20 minutes 3/4 games last week, with his best game coming vs the Sixers. He's a low end fantasy option and could be on/off waivers ROS. 
    Justin Jackson (1%) - Patience. Timmy Hardaway jr has been decent over past weeks (And I refuse to tote him in this thread).
    Moe Harkless (3%) - Helped a bit (1.3) in steals, but other than that, did little to capitalize on Jamychael's absence. Can go back to waivers now. 
    Mfiondu Kabengele (0%) - Still watch list worthy. Killed in the G-League, and got a few minutes in the big league as well. 

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  5. Sleepers & Waiver Wire pickups (week 7)

    Players owned in 50% of the leagues, or less:

    Delon Wright (49%) 

    Players owned in 25% of the leagues, or less:

    Rodney Hood (20%) 
    Norman Powell (22%) 
    Jakob Poeltl (13%) 
    Omari Spellman (6%) 
    Keita Bates-Diop (3%) 
    Mo Bamba (25%) 
    Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (9%)
    Justin Jackson (1%) 
    Moe Harkless (3%) 
    Mfiondu Kabengele (0%) 

     

    https://perkinsfor3.wordpress.com/2019/12/02/sleepers-waiver-wire-pickups-week-7/

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  6. Players owned in 50% of the leagues, or less:

    • Nerlens Noel (42%)
    • De’Andre Hunter (40%)

    Players owned in 75% of the leagues, or less:

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  7. Players owned in 50% of the leagues, or less:
    • Danuel House jr. (42%)

    • Nemanja Bjelica (32%)

    • Javale McGee (37%)

    • Alec Burks (44%)

    • Coby White (49%)

    Players owned in 50% of the leagues, or less:
    • Langston Galloway (17%)

    • Kris Dunn (18%)

    • Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (8%)

    • Aaron Holiday (7%)

    • Markelle Fultz (24%)

    • Jake Layman (4%)

    • Nickeil Alexander-Walker (12%)

    • Ben McLemore (2%)

    • Malik Monk (15%)

    Keep an eye on all Suns players (Kaminsky, Cam Johnson etc.) this week as well, they’re the only team with a 5 game schedule for the week.

     

    Extended thoughts here: https://perkinsfor3.wordpress.com/2019/11/18/sleepers-waiver-wire-pickups-week-5/

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  8. 10 minutes ago, MysticPeak said:

    Waivers aren't processing. I'm just here to react. What's going on? Crazy night at Yahoo HQ or what? It's only Thursday you freaks

    They're working on it. If you check the avg stats for last 7 days, for example, you'll see that it shows totals instead of avgs as well. So there's def some issues they're trying to solve.

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  9. DDV brings a mix of playmaking, shooting (now that too) and defense the others dont bring (although Sterling has been really good there as well). With how Matthews ahs played and how mediocre he has looked at everything besides shooting, the Bucks will give DDV an increasing amount of minutes. They value his all round game, especially now that Bledsoe and other incumbents are struggling a lot. 


  10. Players available in 50% of the leagues, or less:

    Meyers Leonard (26%)
    Eric Paschall (44%)
    Danuel House jr. (39%)
    Mikal Bridges (44%)

    Players available in 25% of the leagues, or less:

    Nerlens Noel (24%)
    Tony Brown jr. (14%)
    Daniel Theis (4%)
    JaMychal Green (9%)
    Donte DiVincenzo (1%)
    Moritz Wagner (3%)
    Furkan Korkmaz (2%)
    Duncan Robinson (2%)
    Goga Bidatze (17%)
    Kyle Bowman (4%)

    More thoughts and background info, as well as a review of last week's suggestions here: https://perkinsfor3.wordpress.com/2019/11/05/sleeper-agents-waiver-wire-pickups-week-3/

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  11. Just now, Monkeyking69 said:

    Rumor that Dallas might make a splash for cp3... I'm sure a trade would include delon into the mix.. would his value benefit going to the okc immediately?

    granted a buzz .. lol I doubt not even close to true..

    There's no rumour. It's a Bleacher Report guy writing about his imaginary trade options. 

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