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Fantasy Basketball Deep Waiver Wire Adds Week 10

If you’re having trouble finding good players on the waiver wire for your fantasy league, you may want to consider adding one of these six players who are rising in the fantasy rankings and have favorable positions on their teams’ depth charts. These players could provide a boost to your roster, whether you need a long-term addition or just a short-term injury replacement. However, it’s important to remember that in the unpredictable world of fantasy sports, even the most promising players can be replaced at any time. Stay up-to-date on the latest news and be ready to adjust your strategy as needed.

Week 10 Fantasy Basketball Deep Waiver Wire Adds

Austin Reaves, SG – Los Angeles Lakers (21% rostered)

If you squint your eyes and tilt your head a certain way, Austin Reaves could look to have been a top 50 fantasy player over the last 5 games. While not really excelling at any categories, Reaves’s output is almost exactly average in all 9 fantasy categories. With Anthony Davis and, potentially, Patrick Beverley out of the Lakers lineup, expect Reaves to continue his solid contribution.

Aaron Nesmith, SF – Indiana Pacers (5% rostered)

For the time being Nesmith seems to have taken the Pacers starting spot from Jalen Smith. While having previously started during Smith’s injury, this is the first time Nesmith is in the starting with Smith seemingly healthy. Last night Nesmith was good for 23 points, 10 rebounds, and 4 threes. While that line is on the high end of a streaky shooter, the minutes and usage a starting spot offers should mean Nesmith is, at the very least, worth keeping an eye on.

Frank Kaminsky, PF/C – Atlanta Hawks (0% rostered)

With Clint Capela out for a week or two, the Hawks starting center spot looks to go to Onyeka Okongwu. However, for a deeper league, Kaminsky might find a way to contribute just enough. In the first game without Capela, Kaminsky had a 12-7-5 with two threes and a steal in 22 minutes. With Okongwu unlikely to make a three or get an assist, Kaminsky offers a different stat profile from the center position.

Josh Okogie, SG – Phoenix Suns (5% rostered)

With the Suns in somewhat of an injury crisis, Okogie has carved out a solid all-around fantasy role in the squad. In the last 3, he has averaged 9 points, 8 rebounds, 2 assists, a block and a steal in 23 minutes. If Devin Booker and Deandre Ayton miss time, Okogie should be in line for more minutes but as long as Cameron Johnson remains recovering from his knee surgery, Okogie will get rotation minutes. Over the last 2 weeks, Okogie ranks as a borderline top 100 fantasy player.

Deni Avdija, SG/SF – Washington Wizards (27% rostered)

Deni Avdija is another all-around player who is dead-on average in all 9 fantasy categories. That averageness ranks him among the best 100 fantasy players of the last 2 weeks. So if you’re looking for complete unsexiness on the waiver wire to fill in the stat sheet, Deni Avdija is your man. The happy times might come to an end once Rui Hachimura returns, though, that might still be a while away.

Duncan Robinson, SG/SF – Miami Heat (3% rostered)

While Robinson’s apparent lack of defensive abilities left him out of the Heat playoff rotation, he seems to have improved to be trusted with 20-25 per regular season game. The competition on the wing in Miami is stiff, however, with the generally injury-prone team, everyone has had chances to prove themselves. In his most recent run, over the last 3 games, Robinson has been good for 3 threes per game, which is not bad from the waiver wire.

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