2022-23 Fantasy Basketball Week 19 Drop List

by Charles Vakassian
2021-22 Fantasy Basketball Week 2 Drop List

Welcome one and all to the 2022-23 Fantasy Basketball Week 19 Drop List!

We greatly appreciate you sticking with us, as a brief hiatus was taken over the All-Star break.

Per usual, we will be scoping out some names who have not performed up to scratch, and advise on why you can cut them from your squads.

Whether it's a rookie not living up to the hype, or a proven veteran underperforming their career standards.

Whatever the case, we'll have it covered here for you!

2022-23 Fantasy Basketball Week 19 Drop List

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Cam Thomas, SG, Brooklyn Nets (34.1% Owned ESPN)

For a short stretch, Cam Thomas was outright nuclear for the Brooklyn Nets, solidifying himself as a fantasy option.

Those dreams quickly went down the drain with the Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving trades. With the additions of Mikal Bridges, Spencer Dinwiddie, and Cameron Johnson, Thomas was bumped back to a bench role.

While he can still be a microwave scorer when called upon, his numbers have dipped significantly post-trade. He gets around 18 to 20 minutes a game and does not do enough in the other important categories to be worthy of fantasy consideration.

Derrick White, PG/SG, Boston Celtics (73.2% Owned)

White has been balling out for most of November, shooting above league average in every category. He has also dished out double-digit assists in three out of his last four games.

While this all sounds good on the surface, these games came with Jaylen Brown and Marcus Smart missing time due to injury. Now that the break is over, Brown and Smart have had time to heal and will be back in the starting lineup.

While White has been putting together efficient stat lines, the fantasy product will decrease due to a decrease in minutes. He is a good player for deep leagues only at the moment.

Dennis Schroder, PG, Los Angeles Lakers (28.8% Owned)

Schroder was a starter for most of the season with the Lakers, but the trade deadline moves by LA changed all that. Bringing in D'Angelo Russell and Malik Beasley lessens the need for Schroder to handle a more prominent role as a ball handler.

In his first game off the bench, he only tallied 10 points and 20 minutes played, insubstantial numbers for fantasy owners. Schroder is also likely to come off the bench for the rest of the season. You are better served to look elsewhere for a scoring boost.


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