Fantasy basketball standard league streaming suggestions for games between the 7th and 13th of November.
Games This Week
Games Per Day
Mon - 7 games
Tue - 6 games
Wed - 11 games
Thu - 4 games
Fri - 8 games
Sat - 11 games
Sun - 5 games
Mon/Tue - NOR
Tue/Wed - ATL, BKN, DAL, MIN, PHO, POR
Wed/Thu - CHI, GSW
Thu/Fri - SAC
Fri/Sat - BOS, LAC, DET, IND, NYK, PHI, SAS, TOR, UTA, WAS
Sat/Sun - DEN, LAL, MIN, PHO
Everyone should be getting a better idea of their team's depth and streaming capabilities as teams are starting to click into rotations in this early season. This week we examine players who are not only good streaming candidates, but players who produce standard-league value while they remain healthy and on the floor.
Larry Nance Jr. 25% ownership
His consistency thus far is making him a candidate for standard-league ownership, and the upside still remains. His stats aren't going to jump out at you, but that kind of across the board production is ideal at the end of your bench and he may not be available as a streamer for much longer. Points and rebounds are his strength, but the only thing he doesn't really chip-in at is the three's category.
Wilson Chandler 26% ownership
It's certainly not his production that puts him at 24% owned - He has proven himself able to produce across the box and his height keeps him out of the Guard logjam in Denver. Any hesitation from your league in picking up Chandler is due to his frequent and lengthy injury history, but until that happens again he is easily worth a roster spot in standards.
E'Twaun Moore 15% ownership
His shot is starting to fall putting up at least 15 points in three of his last four games, just don't expect much else. His value will likely be curbed with the return of the Pelican's oft-injured starters, but that day is not today. He is older than you might expect at 26, but has proven himself as a mediocre scoring punch on a team in desperate need of it. He will likely retain some value in 14-16 team leagues in the long run, but he should return some standard-value production in the meantime.
Ersan Ilyasova 17% ownership
Ilyasova is a veritable fantasy weapon, but previous owners know he is most limited by his time on the court. In his age, he may be limited to an offensive weapon, but he does have the ability to produce across the box-score. He will be especially notable so long as Ben Simmons remains on the shelf and Robert Covington continues to shoot poorly.
Nick Young 14% ownership
Walton likes to run whoever is hot that night, so be prepared for ups and downs. Sunday's 22-point output may be a very high ceiling, but as long as Swaggy can produce he should stay on the court in some regular rotation as a poor man's JR Smith. The Laker's have a lot of temperamental shooters, but Young has carved out a career doing so.