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2017-18 Fantasy Basketball Week 16 Waiver Wire


The All-Star game is nearing and the captains have been picked their teams. Some interesting choices were made by the both LeBron James and Stephen Curry.

The most TMZ worthy pick is LeBron taking Kyrie Irving. After everything that went down this summer that was a very interesting pick.

Bron also was able to pair himself with Kevin Durant giving his team arguably the two best players in the NBA, including himself.

Curry, on the other hand, was able to get himself a nice team including the Greek Freak, real teammate Draymond Green and West Coast rival James Harden.

It will be fun to see these players who are in different conferences team up in this game. Of course, it will be playground ball, but fun nonetheless.

Enough about the All-Star Game, lets get to this week’s waiver wire targets.

All players mentioned are owned in 50% or less of Yahoo leagues.

2017-18 Fantasy Basketball Week 16 Waiver Wire

Dejounte Murray, PG, San Antonio Spurs

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Murray was recently named the starting point guard for the Spurs. He takes over for Tony Parker who has done very little to warrant keeping the job.

Murray takes over at a very good time for Fantasy owners. With Kawhi Leonard out, Murray’s usage should be pretty high, making him a must-own.

Marcus Morris, SF/PF, Boston Celtics

Over the last six games, Morris has averaged 14 points, six points and 1.4 3-pointers a game. This is easily his best stretch of games this season.

In deeper leagues, he is definitely worth a look. However, in more shallow leagues he is probably not going to be consistent enough to warrant an add, but I’m OK if you want to ride the hot hand.

John Henson, PF/C, Milwaukee Bucks

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Henson is not going to wow you with his scoring or even his round totals as a center. What he can do is help you win the block category each and every week.

The Bucks center is tied for 11th in blocks in the NBA this season, so if you are in need of blocks for your team snatch him up.


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Not just another "Average Joe" when it comes to Fantasy Sports, he is the fantasy brain trust behind the up-and-coming website. He has been spreading his love and addiction of fantasy sports there and many other sites including,, and Joe has finished as the No. 5 Fantasy Football Draft Ranker on Fantasy Pros in 2014, while being the No. 1 QB ranker for in-season during 2016. He has also finished in the top-15 twice for Fantasy Baseball Draft Rankings. You can find him on Twitter, @F6P_Joe, where he is waiting by the keyboard for your question.

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