Working the waiver wire is crucial in fantasy hoops, but it also helps to get ahead of the market by securing some intriguing assets who have the potential to become enduring values for the coming season. In our recent appraisal of the top sleepers, breakouts and busts for the upcoming fantasy basketball campaign, we defined a sleeper as a player who will far surpass his average draft position ADP in standard ESPN leagues for the campaign. If we consider deep as something found well below the surface, then our interpretation of deep sleepers can be comprehended as players found far below the surface who can far exceed the statistical expectations of the twilight rounds. It's undoubtedly going to happen -- several players from the final rounds in most fantasy basketball drafts will surface as true difference-makers as the season unfolds.
Tim Hardaway Q&A: 'I’m not in the Hall of Fame because of what I said about gay people'
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Since retiring, Hardaway served as an assistant coach for the Detroit Pistons. Most recently, he partnered with Dream Dribble , which has a product that allows players to silence their indoor dribbling and improve their ballhandling. Just take care of business right then and there — shake the guy and get to the basket. James Harden plays with it a little bit too much. Kyrie Irving plays with it a little too much.
Moving to point guard for new coach Mike D'Antoni , Harden averaged Jamal Crawford agreed to a two-year deal with the Minnesota Timberwolves, confirmed a person with knowledge of the situation. Crawford has to clear waivers before signing the deal. The Clippers traded Crawford to Atlanta and he reached a buyout agreement with the Hawks.
James Edward Harden Jr. He is one of the NBA's most prolific scorers and has been called the best shooting guard in the NBA,   as well as one of the top overall players in the league. Unhappy with his role playing behind team stars Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook , he refused a contract extension offer from the Thunder, who traded him to the Houston Rockets before the —13 season. Over the next seven and a half seasons with the team he would lead the league in scoring three times and assists once, and was named the NBA Most Valuable Player in