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Saturday's Pickups of the Day

by Mike Gallagher
Updated On: October 4, 2018, 4:09 pm ET

 

 
Tobias Harris - Obviously needs to be owned in all leagues.
 
Giannis Antetokounmpo - He filled it up and I’m not giving up hope.
 
Kendall Marshall - He got to the rim again, finishing with 19 points.
 
Mike Dunleavy - He should be owned in more leagues and the 17-point game on Friday is commonplace.
 
Marcus Thornton - Well, hello Marcus. He had 42 points and seven 3-pointers.
 
Ryan Kelly - I believe I can fly? OK, maybe not, but R. Kelly is playing well and had 15 points, three boards, two assists, one block and two 3-pointers.
 
Shelvin Mack - Jeff Teague is going to miss at least two games. Don’t let the minutes fool you, Mack is the guy you want.
 
James Johnson - He is one of the best stat-stuffing players around.
 
Gerald Wallace - He’s probably a little too low, but I just don’t like older players. They’re hurt too much.
 
Lou Williams - I don’t trust his ACL injury.
 
Greivis Vasquez - The two-PG lineup is growing on coach Dwane Casey. Vasquez’s line wasn’t good, but the minutes are what matters.
 
Mirza Teletovic - Mirza! Career high!
 
Courtney Lee - If Tony Allen wasn’t coming back, it would be a lot easier to be bullish on Lee.
 
Patty Mills - The 18 points were almost a shock and I’m not totally sold.
 
Jeremy Lamb - It would be nice to see if he can use this 19-point game as a spring board.
 
Gustavo Ayon - He had a great start to what could be coming over the next two weeks or more.
 
Jordan Hill - The 10 boards were nice, but the 20 minutes were not.
 
Dennis Schroder - He’ll definitely be in the rotation now.
 
Kyle O’Quinn - The Magic love KOQ off the bench and he’s going to be earning some minutes.
 
Cory Joseph - He’ll start, but we all know how that goes with coach Gregg Popovich.
 
Devin Harris - He kind of went off against his old team with 14 points in 16 minutes.
 

Matt Barnes - He’s playing much better in the starting lineup. There is just very little upside. 

 

Jeremy Tyler - I prefer JT over Cole Aldrich.
 
Jannero Pargo - Scoring 11 points in three games in a row is a creep coincidence. 
 
Hollis Thompson - Hollis was great, but don’t get used to 15 points and nine boards.
 
Otto Porter - The rookie is not getting anything going. Kind of sad.

 
James Nunnally - Whoop.

Mike Gallagher
Mike Gallagher has covered fantasy hoops for eight years and this season is his second with Rotoworld. You can find him on Twitter talking about a player's shots at the rim.