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Working up a string of relaxation is key to being successful in fantasy basketball. With so many sports, injuries, and endless changes in rotation over the course of a marathon campaign, we have to get stats from free agency to maximize the fantasy roster.

The desire to entertain the competition for the last few spots on your fantasy hoops roster can prove beneficial. While curating this fluid group of statistical contributors, it helps to consider your end-of-bench players in direct competition with talent swimming in free agency.

The goal of this weekly series is to identify players at each of the locations widely available in free agency in the ESPN league. Some nomads are experts able to help with one or two categories, while others offer a more varied and significant statistical offering. In the analysis below, I’ve ordered the players in each of the ESPN leagues by taking into account priority of acquisition rather than roster percentage.

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John Wall, LA Clippers (roasted in 53.1% of the ESPN league): Working its way into the minutes to the mid-20s for most games, the Wall has become a steady source of stealth and aid. With at least six bars in six out of his last seven outings, passing production seekers can depend on this proven vet.

Waiver wire pickups: Look to Jaren Jackson Jr., Seth Curry-EnglishHindiBlogs-SportsNews - EnglishHindiBlogsGoran Dragic, Chicago Bulls (4.0%): The Bulls have turned to Dragic to help provide scoring and delivery down the thin backcourt. The results have not been great so far, but it is encouraging that Dragic has scored at least 14 runs in four of his last six matches, entering Sunday’s slate.

Waiver wire pickups: Look to Jaren Jackson Jr., Seth Curry-EnglishHindiBlogs-SportsNews - EnglishHindiBlogsCameron Payne, Phoenix Sun (8.5%): The nomination is dependent on Chris Paul’s position, as Payne is the most valuable fictional-wise, having sidelined Paul. After all, Payne has 19.7 PPG and 5.7 APG as Sun’s starting point guard over the past week. The same can be said of Milwaukee’s Jevon Carter (6.7%) in regards to Jru Holiday availability.

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Waiver wire pickups: Look to Jaren Jackson Jr., Seth Curry-EnglishHindiBlogs-SportsNews - EnglishHindiBlogsKentavius ​​Caldwell-Pope, Denver Nuggets (23.9%): Unsurprisingly the theme this week seems to be the stable wallet the market is watching. “KCP” certainly deserves that, as he presents a 3-and-D production pattern that includes career-best efficiency beyond the arc and a career-high steal clip even in his 10th pro season.

Waiver wire pickups: Look to Jaren Jackson Jr., Seth Curry-EnglishHindiBlogs-SportsNews - EnglishHindiBlogsD’Anthony Melton, Philadelphia 76ers (20.6%): Named regularly in this column, Melton probably would have been a more popular discount addition if he hadn’t been dealing with some injury issues lately. After all, he’s playing heavy minutes as a starter when active and has the green light to shoot from deep while third in the NBA in steal percentage.

Waiver wire pickups: Look to Jaren Jackson Jr., Seth Curry-EnglishHindiBlogs-SportsNews - EnglishHindiBlogsSeth Curry, Brooklyn Nets (21%):

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Seth Curry is back to hitting 3-pointers at an efficient clip early in the season and, if he stays healthy, could be a huge help to fantasy managers.

The Nets are finally finding a rhythm with their rotation, which includes bringing in Curry as the scoring microwave from Pine. Given the usual allocation of minutes and shots at the end, it’s time to take on Steph’s younger brother.

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Waiver wire pickups: Look to Jaren Jackson Jr., Seth Curry-EnglishHindiBlogs-SportsNews - EnglishHindiBlogsRoyce O’Neill, Brooklyn Nets (35.3%): Scoring results won’t impress you, but O’Neill does everything he can to help his team, and probably your fantasy team. Versatile forward is posting career high levels in scoring, 3-point volume and success, and assists.

Waiver wire pickups: Look to Jaren Jackson Jr., Seth Curry-EnglishHindiBlogs-SportsNews - EnglishHindiBlogsNorman Powell, LA Clippers (18.7%): A cold start to the season with Powell’s limited scoring effect, but he made about 47% of his 3-point attempts during November and should continue to provide perimeter scoring while Kawhi Leonard works his way back to the court .

Waiver wire pickups: Look to Jaren Jackson Jr., Seth Curry-EnglishHindiBlogs-SportsNews - EnglishHindiBlogsTari Eason, Houston Rockets (6.6%): Enrolling for the deep league, Eason is already leading the NBA in steal percentage as a rookie. The LSU product is earning more time for the young Rockets and the results are increasingly impressive.

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Waiver wire pickups: Look to Jaren Jackson Jr., Seth Curry-EnglishHindiBlogs-SportsNews - EnglishHindiBlogsJaren Jackson Jr., Memphis Grizzlies: Upgraded to a questionable designation over the weekend, Jackson is clearly getting closer to a return to Memphis. League leader on the block last season, “JJJ” brings a lot of value to the floor for managers that’s enough to hide them in the days to come.

Waiver wire pickups: Look to Jaren Jackson Jr., Seth Curry-EnglishHindiBlogs-SportsNews - EnglishHindiBlogsAlexej Pokusevsky, Oklahoma City Thunder (13.8%): Flashing a fun rim protection rate and superior scoring prowess, “Poku” has emerged as a fun fantasy in its third NBA campaign.

Waiver wire pickups: Look to Jaren Jackson Jr., Seth Curry-EnglishHindiBlogs-SportsNews - EnglishHindiBlogsMarcus Morris Sr., LA Clippers (29.1%): The Clippers are a popular team for productive pickups, especially with Morris as the team’s resident stretch going forward this season with double-digit scoring results in all but one game.

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Waiver wire pickups: Look to Jaren Jackson Jr., Seth Curry-EnglishHindiBlogs-SportsNews - EnglishHindiBlogsBol Bol, Orlando Magic (39.1%): Currently moving the NBA to block percentage by swapping out about eight percent of an opponent’s two-point field goals while on the ground, Boll is enjoying a huge jump in fantasy value we’ve seen in a while.

Waiver wire pickups: Look to Jaren Jackson Jr., Seth Curry-EnglishHindiBlogs-SportsNews - EnglishHindiBlogsMason Plumley, Charlotte Hornets (17.7%): Point guard Plumly Charlotte has a new vibe, as this center averages a career-best 4.4 dimes as a price pivot.

Waiver wire pickups: Look to Jaren Jackson Jr., Seth Curry-EnglishHindiBlogs-SportsNews - EnglishHindiBlogsIsaiah Stewart, Detroit Pistons (27.3%): When it comes to shot building for Detroit, there will be few low-scoring nights for a player in the pecking order, but Stewart is effectively cleaning the glass with a career-best defensive rebounding percentage (percentage of a team) of 25.6%. Is. defensive rebound that occurs while a player is on the court).