NBA Fantasy: 3 Players with high upside ahead of the last 3 weeks of 2022

NBA Fantasy leagues are nearing at the one-third mark and presents three cases of players with great potential to serve your team adequately until the end of the month.

Some players are hoping to be ready to come back from injuries heading to the second part of the season, while some others have found themselves trying to pick up their performance after losing the early part of the season.

Without any further ado, here are three pickups for your NBA Fantasy team ahead of the last days of the year 2022.

Bogdan Bogdanovic – Atlanta Hawks

Bogdan Bogdanovic underwent surgery this past summer and returned to action three games ago. His first game was as expected (not good), as he tried to find his footing. However, Bogdanovic found his shot on Monday, finishing with 17 points on 6-of-13 shooting, and reminds us why he was a top selection for your NBA Fantasy team last season. His minutes will continue to be limited, but he does not need a huge amount of time to record solid contribution.

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Furthermore, the Hawks will need scoring punch off the bench with both Dejounte Murray and John Collins out. So, we expect Bogdanovic to take more shots as he adds games under his belt until the end of the month.

Tari Eason – Houston Rockets

The Houston Rockets have only one goal; to lose as many games as they can until the end of the 2022-23 regular season. With that in mind, rookie Tari Eason has seen many minutes on the court and he did not disappoint. He fell short of a career high on Monday’s contest finishing with 18 points on 7-of-11 shooting, six rebounds, three steals, one block and two triples in a win over the Philadelphia 76ers.

He came off the bench again Thursday vs the Spurs and had a solid 8-point, 6-rebound performance. He could be a useful pickup for your NBA Fantasy team especially if you need to boost your defensive stats.

Grayson Allen – Milwaukee Bucks

Grayson Allen will continue to receive a handful of minutes even with Khris Middleton back as the Bucks have still a shallow rotation in the wing. After missing a couple of games with injury, Allen was slotted back in the lineup as he logged more than 25 minutes in the last 9 games. He’s doing a fantastic job of shooting the ball this season averaging 10.8 points on 43.8 shooting from beyond the arc through 21 games.

The Bucks’ needs this type of players to open the court for Giannis Antetokounmpo and Allen will be a valuable member of the Bucks until someone else step up. As of now, Allen could be a useful addition to your NBA Fantasy team.

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