Fantasy Basketball Waiver Wire List and Pick-N-Roll

J.J. Hickson was a hot topic for fantasy basketball. No, this isn't Back to the Future IV and you stole Doc Brown's DeLorian that sent you back to 2011. Check out Pick-N-Roll for the road to success on the waiver wire. Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads.

April is on Sunday and it's hard to believe we had a decent crop of waiver-wire adds from a seven-game night. Tuesday night's Pick-N-Roll was almost exclusively about the waiver wire with some strategy mixed in as well. Since I'm a nice guy, I decided to provide the list of players that gained value in eight-cat leagues. Don't forget that need and fit for your team can trump value.

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You can listen to Pick-N-Roll above for all the explanations of the players provided. They are arranged on overall value and all of them are owned in less than 50 percent of ESPN leagues:

1. Chandler Parsons

2.Courtney Lee

3. Brandon Rush

4. Alonzo Gee

5. J.J. Hickson

6. Richard Jefferson

7. Tristan Thompson

8. Brandan Wright

9. Ekpe Udoh

10. Matt Barnes

11. Anthony Tolliver (he lost a ton of value, but I still have a little faith)

12. Jodie Meeks

13. Martell Webster

14. Marreese Speights

15. Roddy Beaubois

16. Kawhi Leonard

17. Wayne Ellington

18. Shannon Brown

19. Marvin Williams

20. Dante Cunningham

21. Luc Richard Mbah a Moute

22. Ivan Johnson

23. Manny Harris

Thanks for listening!

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