Fantasy Basketball Waiver Wire: 10 to add instead of making a bad trade

by Justin "Fensty" Fensterman on February 6, 2014 @ 10:38:11 PDT

 

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With fantasy basketball trade deadlines in sight, it becomes very easy to succumb to a trade offer. Trading is fun in fantasy sports but not always necessary.

Go to the expanded standings at your fantasy league's homepage and see what can help and hurt you. A trade does not always solve problems. This is the time to look at player’s statistics from the last few weeks. Playing time is key.

Be careful when making trades this week because fantasy can meet reality. Players can be moved to entirely new systems that can affect them positively or negatively.

10) SG-SF Kyle Singler, Detroit Pistons (92 percent)

9) PF-C Ronny Turiaf, Minnesota Timberwolves (90 percent)

8) PG-SG Devin Harris, Dallas Mavericks (90 percent)

7) PF Ryan Kelly, Los Angeles Lakers (74 percent)

6) PF Mike Scott, Atlanta Hawks (74 percent)

5) SG-SF Danny Green, San Antonio Spurs (63 percent)

4) SG Tim Hardaway Jr., New York Knicks (64 percent)

3) PG Steve Nash, Los Angeles Lakers (52 percent)

2) SF-PF Khris Middleton, Milwaukee Bucks (52 percent)

1) SG-SF Courtney Lee, Memphis Grizzlies (68 percent)

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About Justin "Fensty" Fensterman

Fensterman covers fantasy basketball for KFFL and joined the team in 2012. He is a Sports Radio Producer on SiriusXM's Fantasy Sports Radio channel, the first channel dedicated solely to fantasy sports. An avid fantasy basketball player, Fensty's biggest accomplishment in the fantasy sports world was in 2004 when he had an undefeated season in a Yahoo! Sports Fantasy NBA league and was ranked in the top 30 among all players in the world.

A native from Oyster Bay, NY, Fensty left New York to study Broadcast Journalism at American University in Washington D.C. in 2005. Fensty has previously worked for MLB Network Radio on SiriusXM, NBC Sports, Fox Sports, MTV and News 12: Long Island.

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