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Daniel Dobish November 28, 2012 12:41AM EDT
Each Wednesday we’ll take a look at the hottest free-agent pick-ups from around the National Basketball Association to help you in setting your upcoming lineup. Some players might have short-term value, while others might be moving up to have some long-term value. We’ll sift through the names so you can make the best choice for your team.

Corey Brewer, SF/SG, Denver: The swingman has seen an increased workload over the past three games, and he is making the most of opportunity. He played 30 minutes in Monday’s loss at Utah, posting 12 points on 4-of-5 shooting, including two 3-pointers. He also chipped in with a pair of rebounds, a steal and a blocked shot. He isn’t a great Fantasy option, but he is a solid injury replacement if you need a versatile option in a pinch. He averages 20-25 minutes per game, and won’t load up on offense, but won’t disappoint either.

Reggie Evans, PF, Brooklyn: It seems every season Evans is one of those forgotten players out there for the taking on the waiver wire. Sure, he is mainly known for his defensive prowess, especially in the rebounds category, and he is not much of a shooter. And, he is the trivia answer for the question: Who was the first NBA player fined for flopping? Head-to-head Fantasy owners will want to ignore him, but Rotisserie owners will surely want to take a look since he has averaged 8.6 rebounds per game over the past 11 games.

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