Tag Archives: fantasy basketball sleepers

Waiver Watch: Looking for Versatility

The Clippers needed more from Blake Griffin than to punish defenders at the rim. Opponents began to dare Griffin to take mid-range jumpers instead taking the risk of becoming infamous on YouTube. This year, defenders need to chase Griffin anywhere he spots up on the floor. Read More »

Wizards Provide Plenty of Fantasy Options

Fantasy junkies have certainly been paying attention to the goings-ons of top 100-150 or so players. Tip from D.C.: pay more attention to Bradley Beal. No, I’m not nominating the second-year player as a sleeper, per se, but he’s currently being drafted much lower than he should be. Read More »

Grizzlies Seeking a Scoring Threat

The Grizzlies willingly play at the slowest pace in the NBA. By limiting its possessions, Memphis has become one of the dominant teams in the Western Conference, winning 65 percent of its games  over the past two seasons. Read More »

Landry Can Solidify Any Roster

It took Carl Landry six seasons in the league, but he appears to finally have found a home. By signing a four-year $26 million deal to return Sacramento, the 29-year-old no longer has to be a basketball nomad. A solid rebounder and potent scorer, Landry is a viable bench performer for any fantasy team. Read More »

Henson Has Plenty of Upside

The Bucks limited the time John Henson saw on the floor during his rookie season, but his exceptional play won’t have him on the bench much this year. Despite playing just 13.1 minutes per game, Henson, and his incredible 7-foot-6 wingspan showed plenty of promise to earn a spot on any fantasy roster.  Read More »

Oladipo Looking to Impact the Magic

Orlando has never waiting long to find a star on its roster. From Shaquille O’Neal’s selection prior to the start of its fourth ever season to the departure of Dwight Howard in 2012, the Magic seemingly has always boasted one of the most intriguing talents in the league. Read More »

Jackson a Viable Fantasy Option

I think the obvious Thunder sleeper has to be Reggie Jackson, especially with Russell Westbrook expected to miss at least a month. He’s set to have a much more substantial role this season, likely moving into the sixth man spot for Oklahoma City. Jackson will have his opportunities to run the Thunder’s second team, much in the same way James ... Read More »

McGee Poised for a Breakout Year

The Denver Nuggets are a team full of good players. From a fantasy standpoint, several of them should be able to positively contribute to your squad’s overall point production, but none jump off the page as first, possibly even second-round picks. Read More »

Aminu a Worthwhile Fantasy Gamble

The New Orleans Pelicans were among the most active teams in free agency and the draft this offseason, as they completely changed the core of their roster. Gone are lead-footed players like Greivis Vasquez and Robin Lopez, and in their place are physical dynamos Jrue Holiday and Tyreke Evans. Read More »

Rookie to Have an Opportuniy in Detroit

The Pistons have minutes available and rookie Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, eighth pick in the draft out of Georgia, can find consistent playing time on a reconstructed team.  Detroit spent its off-season adding All-Star caliber talent, but Caldwell-Pope, the 2012 SEC Player of the Year, can solidify its rotation at shooting guard. Read More »