Two Must Own NBA Fantasy Players

Blake Jacobs
Fantasy Basketball

This NBA season has taken off with a rough start, especially for Fantasy Owners. We’re all dealing with postponed games plus injuries, and I see most teams playing the pump and dump strategy. Adding players and immediately dropping them the next day or next off day. Here are two players I like for the rest of the season. Both are still readily available on waivers. You’ll want to jump on them quickly!


Robert Williams

C – Robert Williams, Boston Celtics (67% Available)

The Time Lord is about ready for his time! Brad Stevens said that he wants Robert Williams to “peak in minutes” late in the season. Williams’s playing time is beginning to climb out of the teens to the low twenties, and his production in that time has been outstanding. In his average of 16 minutes, he has been shooting 72.5% to go along with 5.7 rebounds, 1.4 blocks(13 blocks in his last five games), and 1.0 steals. That’s his floor!

Friday night Williams was a gem for fantasy owners, finishing with a stat line of 14/11/4/3/1 over 22 mins and remained in Boston’s closing lineup down the stretch. It would be best to add him immediately; while you still have the chance. This guy could win you your league!


Bryn Forbes

PG/SG – Bryn Forbes, Milwaukee Bucks (95% Available)

As long as Holiday is out, this guy is worth mentioning. The former Spur has been a serviceable streamer for owners hurting from injuries and postponed games. He has been great behind the 3pt line in Holiday’s absence, draining at least two threes in six of his last seven contests, and also has been helping from the free-throw line. Don’t hesitate to grab him if you need help in points, threes, and free throw percentage categories.

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