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Fantasy Basketball Deep Waiver Wire Adds Week 11

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 11 Fantasy Basketball Deep Waiver Wire Adds

Landry Shamet, SG – Phoenix Suns (22% rostered)

Stat highlight: 43 three-point attempts over the last 3 games

With Devin Booker looking to miss more time with a left groin injury, Landry Shamet should be a no-brainer waiver wire pick-up in most leagues. He has scored 31 points in two of his last three games with 9 and 7 three-pointers made. He’s even been contributing somewhat in the assists categories, however, the bulk of Shamet’s value will come from shooting, which he will be able to do to his heart’s content as long as Booker is out.

Nicolas Batum, SF/PF/C – Los Angeles Clippers (9% rostered)

Stat highlight: Only player to have played in all 34 Clippers games this season

Still massively under-rostered, Batum ranks near the top 50 over the last two weeks while only being the 250th most-rostered player on Fantrax. Granted, he’s slightly out-performing his underlying stats, which still indicate a top 100 player in 9-cat leagues. Add to that the Clippers injury situation, and Batum is a lovely pick-up for a 4-game week.

Torrey Craig, SF/PF – Phoenix Suns (18% rostered)

Stat highlight: 1.7 steals per game in the last 7 games

Torrey Craig is another potential beneficiary of the Devin Booker injury. Already in the starting five replacing the injured Cam Johnson, Craig’s minutes boost will add to his active stat-gathering on both sides of the court. Craig ranks as a top 100 player in 9-cat leagues over the past month.

Bismack Biyombo, C – Phoenix Suns (6% rostered)

Stat highlight: Top 10 in contested 2-pointers per 36 in the league in December. Contested 2-pointers can sometimes become blocks.

If you’re looking for last-minute blocks, consider Bismack Biyombo. Blocks are a relatively easy category for a single player to outright win. If Biyombo gets his usual 20+ minutes per game, he could end up easily with 3-4-5 blocks.

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