Fantasy Basketball Waivers and Streamers Week 10
Fantasy Basketball Dynasty Points! Week 9 is quickly coming to a close, which means it’s time to prep for Week 10! We have everything you need in this article including: Games Played, Back-to-Back Games, Headline News, Top Fantasy Basketball Streamers, and Waiver Wire Pickups. We advise you to BOOKMARK this article and refer back to it whenever you need to stream a player OR to see which teams play on back-to-back days. This article is a SUPERB tool for all your fantasy basketball needs in Week 10.
Before we dive into the streaming chart, let’s take a look at notable headlines from Week 9:
- Deandre Ayton RETURNED from suspension and posted 18 PTS, 12 REB, 3 AST and a BLK
- De’Aaron Fox RETURNED from injury and posted 19 PTS, 8 AST, 2 REB, 2 STL and 2 3PM
- John Collins will reportedly RETURN to the starting lineup on Monday
- KAT could miss MULTIPLE games with a tweaked knee
- Scott Brooks won’t COMPLETELY rule out a return for John Wall (Achilles) this season
The following list of players are ALL owned in UNDER 50% of Yahoo, ESPN, and Fantrax leagues.
Please Note: We have a column labeled “Wed/Su”, which highlights players who play on slow game days this week.
Fantasy Basketball Week 10 Streamers
Waiver Wire Pickups
Let’s get to the players you should consider picking up if they are available in your league: DOWN goes Pascal Siakam and DOWN goes Norman Powell. Chris Boucher has the most UPSIDE out of anyone on the Raptors bench. Ever since Kevin Huerter left last Sunday’s game after tweaking his left shoulder, Huerter has been starting and performing well. The last two games, Huerter has 31 PTS, 5 3PM, 7 REB, 7 AST, and 4 STL. Donte DiVincenzo has been starting and playing heavy minutes in wake of the Eric Bledsoe injury. With Bledsoe looking at a two week absence, DiVincenzo should get all the minutes he can handle and should produce solid stat lines. Ben McLemore is the quintessential Rocket, in that, all he does is shoot 3-pointers. He’s playing big minutes and shooting the ball well, so if you need 3PM, PTS, and decent FG% while chipping in a Steal every now and then, give him a look. When Doncic went down, there was a hot debate whether fantasy owners should pick up Jalen Brunson or Delon Wright. I urged everyone that if you need 3PM, PTS, REB, and AST go with Brunson. If you strictly need Steals, Wright is your guy. Brunson offers more in terms of fantasy, but Steals are extremely valuable. Both guards will have value as long as Doncic is OUT. Isaiah Thomas returned from a five-game absence last Monday and produced 5 3PM for 23 PTS and 6 AST. As long as Thomas is healthy, he’ll provide useful fantasy stats. De’Andre Hunter is picking up his Steals rate lately, which is a welcomed sight. He’s already starting and playing heavy minutes for a rebuilding Hawks team. He should be owned in all formats. Derrick Jones Jr. has been the main beneficiary of Justise Winslow’s absence, so if you need 3PM and Steals, give him a look especially if you need to stream those categories. George Hill keeps producing off the bench, and is playing more minutes with Bledsoe sidelined. Hill provides 3PM, PTS, with low-end AST, REB and STL.
If all of the above players are taken in your league, I’d consider adding the following players and riding the wave while they’re producing Top 100 value during Week 9 (all owned in under 50% of Yahoo Leagues)
- Bruce Brown Jr.
- Seth Curry
- D.J. Augustin
- Derrick Jones Jr.
- Kris Dunn
- Michael Carter-Williams
- Dillon Brooks
- George Hill
- Danny Green
- Josh Hart
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God bless you, Merry Christmas, and let’s win Week 10 together!
Jacob W. Dunne