Top 5 Waiver Wire Pick-Ups 11/3/18

Written by: Spencer Fielding

5. Ryan Arcidiacono – owned in 01% of ESPN and 3% of Yahoo leagues

Ryan will have some positive weeks to come because of the injury to Kris Dunn. He has some value in a regular nine-category league because of his assists and his high shooting percentage. He doesn’t offer much other than those few categories, but he will be of use until Dunn is back. He also has a strong case for more minutes because of his play as well.

4. E’Twuan Moore – Owned in 2.4% of ESPN and 40% of Yahoo leagues.

Moore has been a positive for the Pelicans thus far. He has supplies strong scoring, good field goal percentage along with about two threes a game. This season has been his best statistical season; even though it is early, he has a chance to keep this up.

With a weak wing core for the Pelicans, they are going to use Moore extensively all season – he deserves it after this strong play so far.

3. Cody Zeller – Owned in 1.6% of ESPN and 24% of Yahoo leagues.

Cody Zeller is averaging 9.1 points a game and six rebounds a game, along with shooting about 60% from the field. That is a strong season for Cody Zeller. He has been a sleeper thus far, and in a standard nine-category league he is a strong rebounder and a good finisher.

In a points league he averages about 14.4 points a game. Not the best but he is a very consistent point getter for your team.

2. Noah Vonleh – Owned in 4% of ESPN and 32% of Yahoo leagues.

Vonleh, has been good this season. With Porzingis out for a while, Vonleh has been a positive for the Knicks. He is averaging about 8.4 points a game, 8.5 assists a game, and shooting about 56.4% from the field. This is the best statistical season in his career.

He has been an NBA journeyman so far in his career, but he may have found a nice little niche at the center position for the Knicks.

1. Nemanja Bjelica

Nemanja Bjelica has been a huge surprise this season. He is averaging 15.6 points, six rebounds and three assists per game. Another plus about Bjelica is his ability to make threes as well. It has been a huge reason why the Sacramento Kings have played so well this season too.

He has averaged a whole 20.7 fantasy points this season as well, contributing in a good number of categories. If Bjelica is still on the waiver wire, he should be an instant pick up.


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