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Tuesday's Pickups of the Day

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

LeBron James is ridiculous. That's it.

 

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Kent Bazemore - The former Warrior is right at home in coach Mike D'Antoni's system. Of course, Jodie Meeks is the better player to own.

 

Enes Kanter - It looks like Derrick Favors still isn't healthy.

 

Wes Johnson - Nick Young will come back and hurt him, but Wes is on a roll right now.

 

Giannis Antetokounmpo - He's getting minutes again and that's all his prospective owners can ask for.

 

Ersan Ilyasova - He went 13-of-14 for 31 points tonight, which means he'll go 1-of-14 for three points in his next game.

 

Andray Blatche - He's been teasing us all season and he's doing it again.

 

D.J. Augustin - It's not a huge deal that he's coming off the bench. If DJA gets 26 minutes per game, he'll have late-round value.

 

Trevor Booker - The 37 minutes are a nice sign and it's likely going to take Kevin Seraphin a while to get back in a groove. Booker should have at least another week of value.

 

Rodney Stuckey - He's more cut out for points leagues.

 

Zaza Pachulia - I still don't get why John Henson isn't playing. 

 

Corey Brewer - The Wolves had a lot of great matchups, so I think Brewer's hot streak seems like a fluke.

 

Jeff Adrien - The Bucks seem like they're committed to giving him minutes.

 

Gary Neal - Gerald Henderson's calf issue sounds minor, so Neal can be left on the wire in most leagues.

 

Ray McCallum Jr. - The Kings seem to like playing him more, so he's on the radar in deep leagues.

 

Reggie Evans - If you need boards, give Reggie a look.

 

J.J. Barea - Another guy who is just too inconsistent off the bench.

 

Tayshaun Prince - His game just doesn't translate to fantasy hoops.

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.