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Wednesday's PUD

by Jonas Nader
Updated On: October 23, 2018, 11:56 pm ET

Marvin Bagley- A perfect example of why you don’t overreact to one bad game. Only owned in 73% of leagues prior to tonight, and just went off for 20 points, nine rebounds and five blocks. 

 
Montrezl Harrell- The way that Harrell played on Tuesday, there’s no way Doc Rivers can justify going back to Marcin Gortat as the starter. Harrell had 12 points (5-of-6 FGs, 2-of-2 FTs), six rebounds, one assist, two steals and two blocks (on Anthony Davis) in 23 minutes.
 
Patrick Beverley- It was just a matter of time before Beverley got comfortable again. If he holds off Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Beverley has mid-round upside. 
 

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Reggie Bullock- He’s easily Detroit’s best wing this season and nearly had top-100 value last season.
 
Ish Smith- He played a good chunk of minutes alongside Reggie Jackson, something to keep an eye on going forward. A great source of assists if he gets consistent minutes. 
 
E’Twaun Moore- Not a sexy fantasy asset, but should flirt with top-100 value as long as he’s starting. 
 
T.J. McConnell- A solid play if Ben Simmons misses more time. Closed the game over Markelle Fultz
 
Monte Morris- With Isaiah Thomas’ return nowhere in sight and Jamal Murray battling a trio of injuries, it would make sense for the Nuggets to give Morris more run. He had 11 points, seven assists, three rebounds, one steal and one triple in 29 minutes vs. the Kings. 
 
Juan Hernangomez- Torrey Craig is starting in Will Barton’s absence, but Hernangomez is getting just as much run and has more upside in fantasy. Still just a deep-league asset, though. 
 
Frank Mason- He made a strong case for more minutes tonight, though I’m not trusting him in standard leagues by any means while De’Aaron Fox is healthy. 
 
Iman Shumpert- Finally healthy, Shumpert is starting these days and could have some deep-league value for his triples, dimes and steals. Not much upside though, and his late-season outlook is poor.