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Wednesday's PUD

by Jonas Nader
Updated On: October 31, 2018, 12:31 am ET

Nemanja Bjelica- If your league is competitive, Bjelica is long gone. 
 
Pascal Siakam- He has strung together a few great performances and showcased top-75 upside. Interested to see what he does when OG Anunoby is back, but Siakam is a must-own asset right now. Ibaka and Valanciunas are only playing center which helps. 
 
Montrezl Harrell- Don’t let one bad night get you down. He’s been a beast this season and is a great fit in any punt-FT builds. 
 
Cedi Osman- Check to make sure he wasn’t dropped. I have him pegged as a top-100 guy, especially while Kevin Love is out. Rodney Hood is a must-own player too. 
 

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Kelly Olynyk- He’s going to have some big games mixed in with some duds on a crowded Heat roster. 
 
Kyle Anderson- Welcome to the 2018-19 season, Kyle. It can’t get any worse than his previous games, and he finally looked solid Tuesday. 
 
Collin Sexton- It’s just a matter of time before he’s starting. Cavaliers are going to tank hard. 
 
Dennis Schroder- As long as he keeps seeing minutes alongside Russell Westbrook, Schroder will be worth holding onto. 
 
Zach Collins- Even on an off night, Collins still had two blocks, one steal and two dimes. Portland plays three more times this week. 
 
Larry Nance- Hang in there, it will get better. 
 
Kelly Oubre- He’s been playing a ton of minutes for Washington and this roster could be blown up via trades. 
 
Ish Smith- He’s generally been pretty solid with plenty of minutes alongside Reggie Jackson
 
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander- It was a quiet night for the rookie, but I’m still intrigued by his long-term upside. Patrick Beverley has been underwhelming and played through an ankle tweak Tuesday. 
 

Jerami Grant- His blocks are down this week, but he’s scored in double digits in three straight and continues to get the bulk of the power forward minutes. 

 
Mo Bamba- Gave us a good reminder of why he should be stashed wherever possible. 
 
Alex Len- Had a monster 22-point line on 9-of-9 FGs, but was quiet in his last two games and Dedmon was in foul trouble. 
 
Terrence Ross- Orlando is 2-5 and looking for answers. Ross looks like someone who needs to play a lot more. 17 points with three steals and three triples on Tuesday. 
 
Jeremy Lin- Had his first good game of the season, now let’s see if he can sustain it. 
 
Willy Hernangomez- He’s the backup center again and is someone to keep an eye on.
 
Reggie Bullock- Nothing special about him, but he’s usually a nice source of points and triples. We know he’s going to play ton as Detroit’s best wing. 
 
Marcus Morris- Will continue to be a boom-or-bust option off Boston’s bench. 
 
P.J. Tucker- Big minutes this season, but minimal production. A specialist for boards, steals and triples.