Weekly Waiver Wire Watch: March 2nd-8th — Andrea Bargnani Is A Primo Option

Andrea Bargnani

The NBA was hit with several huge injuries over the past few weeks, including ones to Derrick Rose, Chris Bosh, Darren Collison, Ryan Anderson and Jared Sullinger among others. This leaves huge minute vacancies for teams, but it also creates a much more exciting fantasy basketball environment, especially with the playoffs just a few weeks away. This week on the Continue Reading →

The Case For: P.J. Tucker

P.J. Tucker

In one of the least hyped comebacks of the year, P.J. Tucker is slowly regaining his relevance. Last season, he was one of the best under-the-radar players to own, along the lines of DeMarre Carroll or Danny Green. This season, after a shaky start marred with injuries, P.J. Tucker has come into his own. MPG FG FT 3PT PTS REB Continue Reading →

Isaiah Canaan Is A Splash Move

Isaiah Canaan

The brand new starting point guard for the Philadelphia Sixers is preparing to make a case to be the hottest pickup of the season’s second half. Isaiah Canaan didn’t get very much playing time with the contending Rockets during his time there, mainly dominating the D-League, but when given the opportunity to be a starter for the Rockets, he averaged 12.6 Continue Reading →

Waiver Wire Weekly Watch: Post-All-Star Edition

The NBA Trade Deadline is right up there with my birthday and Christmas on my list of favorite holidays so I was very ready to see which players would be changing addresses this afternoon. Rumors had been flying around all week about a few A-List players, but those rumors fly around every season, and usually the trade deadline comes and Continue Reading →

Waiver Wire Weekly Watch: February 8th-14th — Gerald And The Hendersons

Hello all and welcome to another installment of the Waiver Wire Weekly Watch, where each week we take a look at some players owned in less than 20 percent of ESPN leagues that are worth picking up. With the All-Star break looming, and injuries happening all over the league, there are plenty of guys still available that should put up Continue Reading →

Most Added/Dropped: Pulling Two Ways Simultaneously

Robin Lopez

Last week, I mentioned the importance of injuries in this column. This week, I will again mention the importance of injuries in this column. However, what injuries take away in fantasy with one hand, they often give with the other hand. I would encourage anyone who is dealing with injured players on their team, or who merely notices injuries on Continue Reading →

Deep League Pickup: Jerami Grant

Sixers second round rookie Jerami Grant is really starting to get his career together. Over the course of the last month, where we’ve seen his minutes ramp up from 15 minutes per game in December to nearly 22 in the month of January, as well as Sixers coach Brett Brown becoming more confident in playing Grant, the rookie has been Continue Reading →

Deep Thoughts: Otto Porter Jr.

Disclaimer: I started writing this series because I couldn’t find enough content relevant to my favorite league, which is a 20 team dynasty. Each week I’ll profile one or two young, high upside players who are currently owned in less than one percent of ESPN leagues. While some may break out this season, most will need a little more time, Continue Reading →

Waiver Wire Weekly Watch – February 1st – 7th

Cody Zeller

Welcome all to another installment of the Waiver Wire Weekly Watch, where each week we take a look at some players owned in less than 20 percent of ESPN leagues that should be worth an add. Last week we took a look at a few players who will be filling in for injured starters for the next few weeks, including Continue Reading →

All Wired Up – Is Quincy Pondexter Next?

This week we’ll be taking a closer look at three potential waiver wire pickups in deeper leagues that are easily overlooked because of their teams depth or by having to share their role with another teammate. Over the past week, all three of these players have either out performed their starting counterparts or have maintained high minute totals that garner the chance Continue Reading →