The Fantasy Basketball Waiver Wire has been very generous to us this NBA season. With players such as Jalen Suggs and Jaime Jaquez Jr. leading the way, let’s find those next adds to help take your team to the next level. These waiver wire players can be the difference in you gathering some wins along the way or even using these players as trade pieces in the future.
NBA Fantasy Basketball Waiver Wire Adds
Reggie Jackson, G – Denver Nuggets (62% rostered)
Reggie Jackson has done a tremendous job filling in for Jamal Murray with his injury. Murray has made his way back, but his minutes will be monitored for the time being. With that being said, Jackson is a perfect guard fit for another one to two weeks. In his last five games, Jackson has had two games with over 30 fantasy points. Also, in that period, Jackson had a game with 62.75 fantasy points. Averaging 36.15 fantasy points in his last five games, Reggie Jackson is the hottest waiver wire add in fantasy basketball this week.
Dario Saric, F/C – Golden State Warriors (64% rostered)
Dario Saric is a serviceable basketball player. Currently, on the Golden State Warriors, he has played well off the bench. In his last ten games, he has seen four 30-point fantasy games and three 20-point fantasy games. In that period, Saric had a game against the Spurs where he had 35.75 points on 63% shooting. He averaged 12.3 points with 5.7 rebounds in November and has been one of the Warriors’ more consistent players in the second unit. Use one of your Waiver Wire adds on Saric to be used for the next few weeks
Malik Beasley, G – Milwaukee Bucks (62% rostered)
Malik Beasley has seen 36 or more minutes in the Bucks’ past four games. He has seen 25 or more fantasy points in seven of his last ten games. Beasley has also seen double-digit shot attempts in four straight games. Being the Bucks’ best three-point shooter besides Damian Lillard has its perks. With 45 three-point attempts in his last five games and being in a positive groove, spend some of your waiver wire money on Malik Beasley. With over four three-pointers a game in his last four AND averaging 16.3 ppg in his last four, Beasley is a steal and should not be rostered in just 62% of Fantrax leagues.