Bogdan Bogdanovic

USA Today

For college basketball, the madness is over. For the NBA fantasy managers, the madness is just beginning.

We are two weeks away from playoffs, and people are scrambling for solutions to their team's problems. Take a look at these waiver wire picks and see who will give you that final push you need to get into the postseason and avoid the humiliation of whatever fantasy punishment you may face.

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Alec Burks

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Depending on the trades (or non-trades) you made at the NBA trade deadline, you could be feeling like your roster is a container ship stuck in a canal.

Fortunately, there is no deadline for waiver pickups and drops. Here are some hot names and cold players to consider as you make your tweaks for a playoff push.

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March Madness is giving you the chaotic energy you crave, but don't forget about the other vice you need to satisfy.

The NBA trade deadline is approaching and that means a lot of fantasy fortunes may change with the sweep of a pen and the sending of a tweet. Here are the hottest and coldest players heading into this consequential point of the season.


Joe Ingles Guard/Forward Utah Jazz

Efficiency has always been Ingles' game and he's really flexed that last week. It only took him 32 shots to score 67 points in three games averaging 22.3 points while shooting 68.8 percent from the field, making 5.7 threes a game, grabbing five rebounds and swiping the ball 1.3 times.

Ingles is safely having a top-100 season in 9-cat but is only rostered in 54 percent of Yahoo leagues. He is a must-own if available.

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Robert Williams

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Spring brings new and wonderful things for us to enjoy.

WandaVision gives way to Falcon and the Winter Soldier; the first half of the NBA turns into the second half.

The All-Star Break gave fantasy managers a two-fer week to make up for the six-day absence of NBA games. Here some players who were able to keep their rhythm through the midway point siesta and others that even the break couldn't help.

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