We’re absolutely in the stretch run of the season and making some fantasy football waiver wire additions and subtractions could win you a championship. Let’s dive into the top fantasy basketball waiver wire adds this week as we reference Yahoo! Fantasy for their roster percentages.


Fantasy Basketball Picks: Top Waiver Wire Adds

Kelly Olynyk, Toronto Raptors (48% Yahoo!)

After losing Scottie Barnes last game, Olynyk was the Raptors biggest beneficiary playing 28 minutes and he notched a double-double with 16 points, three assists, and three steals. Olynyk has always been an elite fantasy point producer when extended, which is likely the case moving forward. There’s a reason why he’s been added to 17% of Yahoo teams just in the last day.

Isaiah Stewart, Detroit Pistons (47% Yahoo!)

Upon returning from his suspension and injury, he has played 33 and 34 minutes while starting at power-forward. He’s fallen one rebound shy of a double-double in both games and has blocked four shots combined. He’s someone who can space the floor and help you in the three-point department as well. He’s a solid rest-of-season add if he’s going to continue to play this much.

Royce O'Neale, Phoenix Suns (37% Yahoo!)

Phoenix has had a lot of volatility within their lineup lately and their latest injury is Devin Booker’s sprained ankle. Anytime we’ve seen anyone missing lately it’s been O’Neale being extended. He’s topped 27 or more minutes in three straight games and has really done it all. He has 11+ points in four of five, six or more rebounds in five of six while notching at least one steal in eight straight games. He’s a very good floor spacer, too.

Fantasy Basketball Streamers: Best Options

Jordan Goodwin, Memphis Grizzlies (9% Yahoo!)

It’s hard to ignore what Goodwin’s done lately. He’s not someone who’s going to help your ratios in really any capacity. He’s shot extremely poorly lately, but he’s been amazing peripherally. So long as Derrick Rose is out and Luke Kennard is limited, Goodwin should continue to start and play as many minutes at point-guard as he can handle for this non-contending team.

Moses Moody, Golden State Warriors (12% Yahoo!)

As long as Andrew Wiggins is going to miss time, the Warriors will use Moody in the starting lineup, and that presents streaming opportunities. Moody’s played 23-plus minutes in three straight and has scored double-figure points in two of three. He’s also benefitted from Brandin Podziemski being out the last two games too. Stream him while Golden State is at less than 100%.