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Wednesday's Pickups of the Day

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

Nick Young- He broke out of his slump, but all he can do is hit 3-pointers. Just a specialist.

 

Jordan Clarkson- With Lou Williams gone, we're going to see a lot D'Angelo Russell and Clarkson the rest of the way. Clarkson has looked great in three straight games since the break.

 

Brandon Ingram- Played 42 minutes, but still isn't producing consistently. Just a stash.

 

Frank Kaminsky- I think there's a real shot that he keeps his starting job even with Cody Zeller back.

 

Alex Len- Finally had a decent game, but Alan Williams is the better player. 

 

Alan Williams- I think he eventually leapfrogs Alen Len for the starting job. Tyson Chandler (tanking) hasn't played in three straight games. 

 

Tyler Ulis- He's good insurance for Eric Bledsoe's owners.

 

T.J. Warren- Three great games since the All-Star break. The P.J. Tucker trade helped Warren the most. 

 

Marquese Chriss- He can post some really nice lines when he doesn't get into foul trouble. 

 

Enes Kanter- Pick him back up if you haven't already. Two great games in a row. Taj Gibson isn't a big threat. 

 

Doug McDermott- I'm only adding if I'm desperate for 3-pointers. He's been quiet in OKC other than Tuesday's game. 

 

Bobby Portis- His 3-point shot has improved which could be the key for him getting more minutes. The Bulls rank last in the NBA in 3-pointers made. 

 

Moe Harkless- Not a great game, but love his skill-set for fantasy. Also played 37 minutes. 

 

Jusuf Nurkic- He's already owned in competitive leagues. 

 

Ish Smith- He's so much better than Reggie Jackson. It's not close.

 

Marcus Morris- He's been sneaky good all season. Career-high 37 points!

 

Andre Iguodala- Should get a bump if Kevin Durant (knee) misses time.