Week 13 hasn't produced standout waiver wire targets that are easy to get ahold of, but Roto league Fantasy managers can still find value. You might find yourself starting to fall behind or blocks, steals, or 3-pointers by the end of Wednesday's slate, so category boosters could be helpful as the weekend approaches. Luckily for you, we've found some readily available options to provide immediate assistance.
Here are four category boosters worth considering adding to your roster in Week 13.
Marvin Bagley, F, SAC (47% rostered)
Most of the league's elite rebounders are far from readily available, but Bagley can be serviceable on the glass now that he's a starter. He's back in the rotation and is averaging 8.4 points and 7.0 rebounds per contest through 10 appearances with the starters. Bagley brought down 10 or more boards in four of those games.
3-point shooting/3-point percentage
Gary Harris, G, ORL (37% rostered)
Harris hasn't ever been heralded as a sharpshooter, but he's flourished from deep since early December. He's quietly made at least two triples in 15 of his past 18 games and is on track to shoot over 43 percent from 3 for a second consecutive month. The Magic wing is an established starter who will likely continue to crack 30 minutes per night for the foreseeable future. His efforts on the defensive end and occasional point guard duties can make him more valuable than your typical specialist.
Brandon Clarke, F/C, MEM (34% rostered)
Clarke has made his way back into the rotation and has provided some much-needed post support for the piping-hot Grizzlies. The undersized center is averaging 14.3 points, 7.8 rebounds, and 1.7 blocks per contest through six 2022 appearances. Only four players have blocked more shots than Clarke in January. Adding him for rim protection while Steven Adams is in health and safety protocols isn't a bad idea.
Gary Payton II, G, GSW (9% rostered)
This year, twelve of the 15 players who rank inside the top 15 for steals have played more than 1,000 minutes. The three who haven't are Matisse Thybulle, Alex Caruso, and Payton. While the Warriors' backup point guard will likely contribute less on offense now that Klay Thompson is back, his defensive efforts shouldn't taper off. Payton's racked up 19 steals in his past 10 games and tallied five in the two games he's played with Thompson in the lineup. He does enough as a scorer and rebounder to stream for a boost toward the end of the week.