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Fantasy Basketball Weekend Streamers: March 19-21

For fantasy managers, we are entering one of the most crucial weekends of the fantasy season. Most leagues this will be concluding week 1 of a 2-week first-round playoff. It’s time to stop waiting on players to get healthy — stats are more important. Or continue allowing the guy your team is named after time to break out of his slump. (My Caris Bears have reached this conundrum.)

The time for streamers is now, and to win a given matchup managers may have to utilize as many match-up pick-ups as your league allows. There is a good chance a bottom third roster guy playing one game this weekend isn’t worth as much as a waiver wire option playing two, it is as simple as that.

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Teams With Two Games


Fantasy Basketball Streaming Options

Keeping blurbs to a minimum, here are my top five streaming options for the big six fantasy scoring categories, PTS, AST, REB, BLK, STL and 3PM.


  1. Josh Hart, SG/SF – Portland Trail Blazers
    Josh Hart has been an overall statistical revelation since joining Portland
  2. Jordan Clarkson, SG/PG – Utah Jazz
  3. Darius Bazley, SF/PF – Oklahoma City Thunder
    Darius Bazley is averaging a scorching 26.2 ppg over his last three contests.
  4. Lonnie Walker IV, SG/SF – San Antonio Spurs
    Lonnie Walker has scored 20 or more in 7 of his last 10 games.
  5. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, SG/SF – Washington Wizards


  1. Cameron Payne, PG – Phoenix Suns
    Cameron Payne is averaging 10 assists over his last 8 games.
  2. Monte Morris, PG – Denver Nuggets
  3. Dennis Schroder, PG – Houston Rockets
    New team, new headspace. Dennis Schroder should see 25+ minutes per.
  4. Kris Dunn, PG/SG – Portland Trail Blazers
    Yes, THAT Kris Dunn. He grabbed 7 assists in his last outing.
  5. Devonte Graham’, PG/SG – New Orleans Pelicans


  1. Steven Adams, C – Memphis Grizzlies
    Steven Adams is averaging 11 boards over his last 5 games.
  2. Drew Eubanks, C – Portland Trail Blazers
    Injured & bad teams = Great opportunities for end-of-rotation players.
  3. Trendon Watford, SF/PF – Portland Trail Blazers
    Nearly every current blazer starter is under 50% owned.
  4. Trey Lyles, PF/C – Sacramento Kings
  5. Aleksej Pokusevski, SF/PF/C – Oklahoma City Thunder
    The man is a unicorn. OKC can’t figure out if he should be in the G league or play 35 minutes a night.


  1. Hassan Whiteside, C – Utah Jazz
  2. Brandon Clarke, PF/SF – Memphis Grizzlies
  3. Zach Collins, PF/C – San Antonio Spurs
    Yes, Karl Anthony Towns dropped 60 on him, but so goes life.
  4. Goga Bitadze, C – Indiana Pacers
    With Isaiah Jackson out with a concussion if Goga Bitadze is able to go. (currently DTD) he is a fantastic option.
  5. Thomas Bryant, C – Washington Wizards


  1. Herbert Jones, PF/SF – New Orleans Pelicans
    The rookie Herbert Jones is averaging 1.5 steals a game this season.
  2. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, SG/SF – Washington Wizards
  3. Josh Hart, SG/SF – Portland Trail Blazers
  4. Kris Dunn, PG – Portland Trail Blazers
    I almost feel like I should apologize for the number of Blazers I’ve listed. But, someone has to play the minutes.
  5. Donte DiVincenzo, PG/SG – Sacramento Kings

Three-Pointers Made

  1. Kevin Huerter, SG/SF – Atlanta Hawks
    Kevin Huerter has been on fire, hitting 3.6 threes per over his last 5 games.
  2. Dorian Finney-Smith, SF/PF – Dallas Mavericks
    Dorian Finney-Smith is hitting 2.9 threes per, over his last 10 games.
  3. Lonnie Walker IV, SG/SF – San Antonio Spurs
  4. Jordan Clarkson, SG/PG – Utah Jazz
    With Bojan Bogdanovic out, much of the secondary scoring load will fall on Jordan Clarkson.
  5. Evan Fournier, SG/SF – New York Knicks

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