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The Wire Troll: Kevin Garnett’s Last Run?

February 7, 2015 | by McCade Pearson | Comments Comments Off
Jordan Clarkson has been contributing offensively for the Los Angeles Lakers.
Jordan Clarkson has taken over as the starting PG for the Lake Show. (NBA.com)

The NBA is starting to get heated. The Suns, Pelicans and Thunder are all only separated by two games. It would be only one but Anthony Davis was able to knock down a game winning three in Oklahoma City on Friday. Meanwhile, Atlanta defeated the Warriors in what could be a finals preview. Stephen Curry went off for 51 points while hitting 10 shots from downtown, yet Golden State still lost.

And now, here are this week’s Fantasy basketball waiver wire recommendations.

GUARDS

Jordan Clarkson, PG, Los Angeles Lakers (ESPN: 10.0 per cent; CBS: 46 per cent): The rookie from Missouri is now getting his chance as starting point guard of the Lakers. He went from a DNP-CD on January 21 to being their starter overnight. Since the promotion, Clarkson has averaged 13-3-3. He’s not a flashy pick up, but is worth looking at, especially considering the power he’s shown going to the hoop (see video below).

Jared Dudley, SG/SF, Milwaukee Bucks (ESPN: 5.0 per cent; CBS: 23 per cent): Dudley has been playing well lately in large part to his minutes going up. He has cracked the 30-minute mark in three of his last four games, which has helped his scoring. You would like to see a little more, but if things keep trending this direction Dudley might be worth a pickup.

FORWARDS

Tony Allen, SF/SG, Memphis Grizzlies (ESPN: 3.4 per cent; CBS: 17 per cent): Allen is one of only five players currently averaging over two steals per game, so if you need help in that area, he’s a great choice. He is also leading the league in steal percentage.

Patrick Patterson, PF, Toronto Raptors (ESPN: 11.3 per cent; CBS: 44 per cent): The Raptors’ sixth man has been on a roll lately, averaging 10 points and eight rebounds over his last 10 games. He is starting to light it ip from downtown, having hit 16 three-pointers over this stretch. Patterson has had success all season, but has now become almost a must own.

CENTRES

Kevin Garnett, C/PF, Brooklyn Nets (ESPN: 4.6 per cent; CBS: 21 per cent): There is a sense around the league that this could be The Big Ticket’s final run. If that is the case the soon to be 39-year-old will be giving it all he’s got down the stretch as the Nets are in a dog fight (half a game up on Heat for the eighth seed) for a playoff spot. Currently, Garnett is only playing 20 MPG, however he is averaging 12 points and 12 rebounds per 36 minutes. If his role grows he might not win another NBA title, but he could be the X-Factor on your way to winning a title.

Kosta Koufos, Memphis Grizzlies (ESPN: 0.4 per cent; CBS: 2 per cent): Koufos is a quiet player that is averaging five and five, and doesn’t have a lot of value now, but is a real double-double threat if he becomes a starter. With Marc Gasol playing at an MVP level, Koufos becomes a player that should be owned by all Gasol owners down the stretch.

Now it’s your turn. Let us know in the comments below who your favourite Fantasy basketball waiver wire pick of the week is.

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The Wire Troll: Starbury Edition

March 2, 2009 | by Herija Green | Comments (0)
Joel Przybilla has thrived with yet another lingering injury to Greg Oden. Centres Kendrick Perkins, Boston Celtics: With Kevin Garnett out of action, Perkins has a chance to elevate his production, though that hasn’t really happened yet. Still, he showed in December (11.3 PPG, 9.9 RPG) that he could be a fantasy force, which makes him at [...]
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The Wire Troll: Trade Deadline Edition

February 22, 2009 | by Herija Green | Comments (4)
Chris Wilcox may have a hell of a lot more to time about in Mike D’Antoni’s system. Centres Chris Wilcox, New York Knicks: After originally being included in the deal for New Orleans’ Tyson Chandler, Wilcox eventually ended up in the Big Apple. It’s debatable if Wilcox would’ve been better off on the receiving end of pick [...]
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The Hidden Truth: FG Percentage, Part One

February 16, 2009 | by Alex Hardin | Comments (9)
Need a guard that can help you in FG percentage? Give Ronnie Brewer a look. Welcome to the first edition of The Hidden Truth, a new NBA fantasy column in which I will be focusing on exposing the stats and players that win fantasy leagues. For instance, everyone knows Allen Iverson can hoop, but what are [...]
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The Wire Troll: All-Star Break Edition

February 15, 2009 | by Herija Green | Comments (5)
We like rookie Roy Hibbert as a deep sleeper in the second half for the Pacers. (Michael Conroy) Centres Roy Hibbert, Indiana Pacers: The Georgetown alum hasn’t exactly set the league on fire during his inaugural campaign, but he is averaging 8.4 points and 3.8 rebounds per game in five February tilts – both of which are [...]
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