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Wednesday's PUD

by Jonas Nader
Updated On: November 8, 2018, 7:06 am ET

Spencer Dinwiddie- He’s been floating around on a lot of waiver wires and I’m not sure why. Brooklyn’s offense is a lot of fun and can sustain three guards in Dinwiddie, D’Angelo Russell and Caris LeVert
 
Evan Turner- Had his best game of the season with a 16-point, 11-rebound double-double to go with four dimes, two triples and a steal. His usage is up because he’s running the second unit offense, but his stat set isn’t the greatest. Still worth owning because assists are not easy to find on the wire. 
 
Dewayne Dedmon- I’m not sure how much longer the Hawks can throw Alex Len out there for 20 minutes. He’s been really bad, while Dedmon has top-100 upside if he gets 20+ minutes. 
 

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Zach Collins- The minutes were there (24), but the production wasn’t. Collins was a top-50 player the first couple weeks with some strong games inflating his value, but he’s leveling out just around the top-125. 
 
Marvin Williams- Welcome to the 2018-19 season, Marvin. Has shown that he has mid-round upside in the past, but his shot was letting him down before tonight. 
 
Richaun Holmes- Tyson Chandler is gone, but Deandre Ayton is going to play 32+ minutes most nights. Holmes is a great per-minute contributor, so maybe he can make some noise. He looked great on Tuesday with a 13-point, 10 rebound double-double with two blocks and a steal in 18 minutes. 
 
Kevin Huerter- A decent deep-league add and coach Lloyd Pierce talked about finding more minutes for the rookie. Was surprised he only took five shots with Taurean Prince out, but I love that he played 32 minutes. 
 
Jeremy Lin- Slowly showing signs of life, but minutes aren’t there yet. Not sure if/when that will change on a team that wants the No. 1 pick. 
 
J.J. Barea- Despite playing off the bench in a 20-minute role, Barea is usually a lock for 6+ assists. 
 
Dorian Finney-Smith- He has a fantasy friendly game and I think he has the potential to make some noise on a team that lacks talent. Good source of money stats. 
 
Isaiah Canaan- He’s eventually going to lose his job, but he’s getting a ton of minutes right now and is a good source of points, triples and dimes. De’Anthony Melton triple-doubled in the G-League and is a nice stash in dynasty formats. I imagine we will see him later this season. 
 
Ed Davis- He’s getting the job done as a rebounding specialist in deeper leagues or as a streamer.