Heading into the last full week of the fantasy season, Alex Rikleen breaks down the last-minute adds who could make all the difference.
In the absence of Steph Curry, Quinn Cook has emerged as a viable fantasy option over the final two weeks of the season.
With Tyreke Evans' status clouded, now is the time to pull the trigger on Andrew Harrison, who is unowned in more than half of CBS leagues.
Nemanja Bjelica continues to see big minutes in the absence of Jimmy Butler, and he's unowned in roughly 40 percent of CBS leagues.
With the Warriors' backcourt banged up, Nick Young will have some short-term value as a scorer and three-point threat.
With Marcus Smart and Kyrie Irving among several banged-up Celtics, Terry Rozier (60% owned) should see a boost in value this week.
The injuries continue to pile up in Memphis, which has opened the door for players like Kobi Simmons and Ben McLemore.
Cleveland's Larry Nance and Chicago's David Nwaba are two of Alex Rikleen's recommended pickups heading into Week 21.
Alex Barutha highlights four players whose roles should increase down the stretch due to injuries and recent buyouts.
With Tyson Chandler sidelined indefinitely, Alex Len is one of the week's top waiver wire adds.
Coming out of the All-Star break, Alex Barutha fills you in on a number of players on non-contending teams to consider chasing on waivers ahead of Week 20.
Alex Barutha details four players you should be targeting on waivers coming out of the All-Star break.
With the All-Star break on the very near horizon, Alex Rikleen runs through which players you should be targeting in an abbreviated Week 18.
With Mike Conley done for the season and Tyreke Evans likely on his way out, Andrew Harrison should continue to see a bump in value.
With season-ending injuries to Boogie Cousins and Andre Roberson, which players will fill the voids in New Orleans and OKC?
Miami's Wayne Ellington remains less than 50 percent owned in CBS leagues.
Alex Barutha breaks down five players to consider targeting as Week 15 of the fantasy season approaches.
Wayne Ellington's three-point production could be sustainable after Dion Waiters underwent season-ending ankle surgery.
With a rare, one-game week on tap for both Boston and Philadelphia, it's time to find some short-term replacements.
With injuries continuing to mount up, which players should you be targeting on the waiver wire this week?
With Nikola Vucevic and Reggie Jackson both set to miss upwards of a month, Ish Smith and Bismack Biyombo suddenly become much more viable fantasy options.
With Rudy Gobert back on the shelf and Derrick Favors in concussion protocol, now is the time to look for value in the Utah frontcourt.
Nikola Mirotic has only been back for two games, but he's already shown some encouraging signs.
Alex Rikleen takes a look at the top waiver adds around the league entering Week 8 of the fantasy season.
While he remains without a firm timeline, Milos Teodosic could be an impact player when he returns from injury.
Alex Rikleen tells you which players to target on waivers in the wake of significant injuries in Memphis and Brooklyn.
Alex Rikleen takes a look at some of the week's top adds, including a revitalized J.R. Smith.
Alex Rikleen highlights the top waiver adds for Week 4, as well as some short-term streaming options.
Yogi Ferrell's time as a consistent fantasy commodity may be running out.
With nearly a full week of games in the books, Alex Rikleen walks you through the top players to target early on the waiver wire.