Fantasy basketball – Dr. A’s weekly risers and fallers

Steve Alexander

Nov 10, 2023, 02:30 PM ET

There’s a whirlwind of action in the NBA as Week 3 left many players dealing with injuries and others rising to the occasion. Fantasy managers need to stay on top of these developments. Here’s a breakdown of who’s on the rise and who’s struggling as we head into Week 4 of the NBA season!


Luguentz Dort, SG/SF, Oklahoma City Thunder, 23.5% rostered in ESPN leagues: Dort showed an impressive performance in the latest game, making him a strong roster option for the upcoming four-game week.

Deni Avdija, SF/PF, Washington Wizards, 15.4% rostered: Avdija has been consistent and is a solid start for the Wizards.

Marcus Sasser, PG, Detroit Pistons, 7.1%: Sasser has emerged as a notable fantasy player, worth considering for your roster, especially with his impressive stats for the month of November.

Keyonte George, SG, Utah Jazz, 3.2%: George’s performance indicates he’s one to watch for a possible starting position, making him an interesting addition to consider.

Skylar Mays, SG, Portland Trail Blazers, 0.4%: With potential heavy minutes ahead, Mays is an essential player to pick up.

Reggie Jackson, PG, Denver Nuggets, 4.4%: Jackson’s start as the Nuggets’ point guard is a good reason to consider him for your roster.

Jordan Hawkins, SG, New Orleans Pelicans, 7.8%: Hawkins is showing consistent performance and could be valuable for your team’s three games in Week 4.

Goga Bitadze, C, Orlando Magic, 3.7%: With blocks and decent playing time, Bitadze stands out as a potential pick for the upcoming four-game week.

Bismack Biyombo, C, Memphis Grizzlies, 6.2%: Biyombo has made a strong impression with excellent rebounding and blocking capabilities.


Josh Giddey, PG/SG/SF, Thunder, 90.6%: Giddey’s recent performance suggests he may not be as reliable for big minutes or production as previously thought.

De’Andre Hunter, SF/PF, Atlanta Hawks, 27.4%: Hunter’s stats have taken a downturn, especially with fewer games in Week 4.

Spencer Dinwiddie, PG/SG Brooklyn Nets, 80.8%: Dinwiddie’s recent performance indicates a potential need for improvement going forward.

Jaden Ivey, PG/SG, Pistons, 43.2%: The Pistons’ hesitation in giving Ivey a starting role and his absence due to illness make him a candidate for dropping in favor of a stronger player.

Andrew Wiggins, SF/PF, Golden State Warriors, 66.2%: Wiggins’ recent numbers show a decline in performance, making him a candidate for dropping in exchange for a more promising player.

Bruce Brown, SG/SF, Indiana Pacers, 22.6%: Brown’s inconsistency and the Pacers’ minimal game schedule in the upcoming week make him a likely drop for fantasy managers.

Based on these insights, it’s clear that the fantasy landscape is ever-changing. Stay on top of player performances and game schedules to make the best decisions for your team!


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