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Fantasy NBA Waiver Wire Additions Nov 19th

Wednesday, 20 November, 2013
Fantasy NBA Waiver Wire Additions Nov 19th Follow@cimini Danny Granger Granger’s return remains imminent. The only remaining factor is when. A time table seems to be approaching within the next week. More than likely when he does return he will be brought along gradually. Before Granger’s injury he was the singular focus for opposing teams. Now Roy Hibbert, Paul George, and several other Pacers have evolved their offensive game. There is no question that Granger can be of fantasy impact. But those thinking he will have a seamless return need to think again. Jordan Hill Hill is only owned in a bit over 50 percent of Yahoo fantasy basketball leagues currently. One of the reasons why likely has to do with Mike D’Antoni’s interchangeable lineup he inputs on a nightly basis. So some nights Hill may see increased minutes which skews his current near double double average. At some point though Hill is going to see steady minutes and be a viable consistent fantasy threat. Moe Harkless The former St. John’s product has developed his outside shot tremendously since departing from St. Johns as a freshman. The work he has put in on his jump shot has led to more minutes on the floor from head coach Jaque Vaughn. Over the Magic’s last three games he has scored in double figures. His size at 6’9 and ability to put the basketball on the floor makes Harkless at nightmare matchup. Jarret Jack Something was undisclosed in the team meeting of the Cleveland Cavaliers last week. Dion Waiters has stated nothing occurred between him and Kyrie Irving. On the court the tandem backcourt has struggled to play off each other. Instead the tandem has looked like a powerhouse college backcourt that excludes the other and hoists bad shots. Jack is the veteran that Mike Brown will give more minutes until Waiters/Irving play better as a backcourt on the floor. Lou Williams Over the last several seasons there are few guards that can come off the bench and produce instant offense. Jason Terry’s heyday doing so seems to have concluded. Currently JR Smith is the top candidate, but Lou Williams is another that has done so in Philadelphia and now Atlanta. He returns to the Hawks lineup Wednesday night from a knee injury. It may take a few weeks but the Hawks who have thrived defensively will rely on William’s instant offense.