2023-24 Fantasy Basketball Week 7 Waiver Wire

by Brian Dailisan
2023-24 Fantasy Basketball Week Waiver Wire

Heads up Fantasy Ballers! Week 7 brings an unusual twist with the in-season tournament. This complicates streaming, making it vital to target players from teams still in contention. We'll focus on those key players to give you an edge in our 2023-24 Fantasy Basketball Week 7 Waiver Wire.

Ready to discover those hidden gems that can pivot your Week 7 success? Our carefully curated list of free agents is just what you need. We will uncover some under-the-radar players with less than 40% ownership in Yahoo leagues. Ready for some surprises?

Each week, I sift through potential game-changers, spotlighting hidden gems still on the waiver wire, waiting for you.

Let's dive in, pinpoint the players who'll bring victory closer, and seize the Week 7 fantasy glory.

2023-24 Fantasy Basketball Week 7 Waiver Wire

Grayson Allen, SG/SF, Phoenix Suns (31% owned)

Grayson Allen is carving out his niche with the Phoenix Suns, delivering 10th-round value as a starter. Averaging 11.8 points, 2.2 threes, 4.7 rebounds, and 2.9 assists per game, his sharpshooting skills stand out with a 48.6 FG% and 87.9 FT%. However, his scant defensive stats leave him shy of the top 100 in nine-category leagues.

Despite some ups and downs, Allen remains a key player for the Suns, especially with Bradley Beal sidelined. Week 7 presents an ideal opportunity to snag Allen. The Suns, still in the hunt in the NBA in-season tournament, have a schedule that avoids the busiest days.

If your team craves points and threes, consider picking up Grayson Allen this coming week. While he might be a secondary option, the Suns' favorable schedule elevates his appeal as a savvy streaming choice for Week 7.

Sam Hauser, SF/PF, Boston Celtics (15% owned)

Sam Hauser, renowned for his elite three-point shooting, boasts an average of 2.7 threes per game. However, his overall game shows room for improvement, with averages sitting at 9.7 points, 3.5 rebounds, 0.8 assists, 0.5 steals, and 0.4 blocks.

Despite his one-dimensional play, he still manages to hold a spot just inside the 13th round in nine-category leagues, thanks to his three-point prowess.

The Boston Celtics, still competing in the in-season tournament, present a unique opportunity for fantasy managers. Their schedule, avoiding heavily loaded days, is ideal for streaming. If your Week 7 strategy demands a boost in threes, Sam Hauser emerges as a solid option for pickup or streaming.

The Celtics, entering the knockout phase as favorites, set the stage for Hauser to potentially deliver two impactful games, especially if you secure him before Tuesday.

Cam Reddish, SG/SF/PF, Los Angeles Lakers (12% owned)

Cam Reddish is making a strong comeback with the Los Angeles Lakers after an injury hiatus. Recently starting against the Houston Rockets, he played 24 minutes, racking up 11 points, 5 rebounds, 1 assist, and 1 block, with an impressive 57.1% field goal and 100% free-throw shooting. While his steals were absent in this game, his earlier six-game starting streak for the Lakers tells a different story.

During that period, Reddish averaged an impressive 2.8 steals per game, along with a solid 12.7 points, 2.2 threes, 3.0 rebounds, and 1.3 assists. His shooting efficiency was spot-on, with a 50.0 FG% and 81.8 FT%, catapulting him into the top 40 in nine-category leagues.

Like the Phoenix Suns and Boston Celtics, the Los Angeles Lakers are contenders in the in-season tournament. This situation could yield two high-quality games from Reddish in Week 7.

If your team needs a lift in three-pointers and steals, consider taking a gamble on Cam Reddish. The hope is that he remains fit and the Lakers advance in the knockout matches, offering a valuable boost to your fantasy lineup.

Aaron Nesmith, SF/PF, Indiana Pacers (8% owned)

Aaron Nesmith's season has been a rollercoaster, but he's managed to carve out 10th-round value in nine-category leagues over 16 games. He's averaging 11.0 points, 1.8 threes, 3.3 rebounds, 1.0 assists, and 1.1 steals per game.

A notable aspect of his ranking is his remarkably low turnover rate, just 0.6 per game. Nesmith's recent form, particularly in the last three games after a brief absence, has been impressive. He's posted averages of 12.0 points, 1.7 threes, 4.0 rebounds, and an eye-catching 2.3 steals per game.

With the Indiana Pacers still in the running for the in-season tournament, targeting their players could be a strategic move for Week 7 streaming. If you're looking to boost your team's performance in points, threes, and steals, Aaron Nesmith is a smart pick. As the Pacers aim for the knockout phase, grabbing Nesmith could reward you with at least two high-impact games from this dynamic forward.

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