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Tuesday's Pickups of the Day

by Jonas Nader
Updated On: October 4, 2018, 4:04 pm ET

Marquese Chriss- He’s averaging 12.2 points, 8.2 rebounds, 2.2 assists, 1.8 blocks, 0.8 steals and 1.8 triples over his last five games and is finally showcasing the mid-round upside that made him a fantasy sleeper before the season. He’s in better shape now and might be ready to break out. 

 

Ersan Ilyasova- He’s still rolling as the starting PF for the Hawks with John Collins playing exclusively at center. 

 

Marco Belinelli- He will continue to have value in deeper leagues, at least until the Hawks want to take a look at their younger players like DeAndre Bembry

 

Greg Monroe- Tyson Chandler doesn’t play both games of back-to-back sets, so Monroe is a strong streaming option for Wednesday. 

 

Alex Len- His role is frustrating, but he will be the Phoenix center you want to own long term. 

 

Wayne Selden- He was awesome in the Summer League and the Grizzlies are finally giving him a look after some tough luck with injuries earlier in the season. He’s scored a combined 23 points in 31 minutes in his last two games. 

 

Kyle Anderson- He’s coming off a dud, but Anderson should have some low-end value for the next couple weeks. Spurs should rest some guys on Wednesday as well. 

 

Michael Beasley- The Knicks are starting to reward him with more minutes and he’s making the most of him. 

 

Evan Turner- Has played 30+ minutes in three straight games.

 

Jae Crowder- Maybe Isaiah Thomas will help him get it going. This was arguably his best game of the season. 

 

De’Aaron Fox- Back from a two-week absence, Fox looked terrific on Tuesday after a poor showing in December. Frank Mason is out a week, so that helps. 

 

Bogdan Bogdanovic- He’ll be a lot more fun to own later on, but he’s been pretty useful lately. 

 

Skal Labissiere- I love his upside, but the Kings rotations are a complete train-wreck.