Personal Narrative: My Wiver Wire Player

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After another exciting week of fantasy basketball action, it’s time once again to take a look at players who are still on the waiver wire! Hopefully you all had a great Thanksgiving yesterday and are ready to get back on the fantasy grind this weekend. From Avery Bradley to Luis Scola, there are a plethora of players out there to keep your eye on going forward this season.

So, here’s my waiver wire players to check out for this week:

Avery Bradley, Shooting Guard

Bradley is owned in 63.7 percent of ESPN fantasy basketball leagues this season. Over the last few weeks, Bradley has performed very well for Boston and deserves a spot on your fantasy roster. This year, he has averaged 15.8 points, 2.9 rebounds and 1.6 steals in 28.7 minutes per game. Bradley has also averaged a nice 2.4 three-point shots made per contest this year as well. With Marcus Smart out for the next couple of weeks, Bradley is going to be a
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Miles, Small Forward

Miles is owned in 31.0 percent of ESPN fantasy basketball leagues this season. Miles has been stellar over his last few games, shooting high percentages from the floor. In 2015, he has averaged 15.9 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.6 steals in 27.6 minutes per contest. The Pacers duo of Paul George and Miles can very well be a lethal one every single game this season. Just this week, he exploded with a 32 points, three rebounds and three assists game versus the Wizards.

T.J. McConnell, Point
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McConnell isn’t a big name player who is going to take the court each night and score 40 points. He’s a guy who stuffs the stat sheets across the board, which is exactly what I like for category-based fantasy leagues. So far this season, McConnell has averaged 6.9 points, 6.5 assists, 4.9 rebounds and 1.3 steals in 28.6 minutes per game. If you have a player injured and need a fill in guy for a week or two, McConnell could very well be a guy to keep your eye

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