April 10, 2017, 9:31 am
Dwyane Wade will be on a minutes limit in his second game back from a fractured elbow, sticking in the 18-22 range.
Wade made a miraculous recovery to even get back on the court this year, so it’s no surprise that the Bulls will give their veteran a bit of a break. With their season on the line, he might be back to his full workload by the next one. Wade has dodged all the typical concerns that fantasy owners have about older players and actually posted fifth-sixth round value on a per-game basis for a very nice season. Those same concerns will probably push his ADP even lower next year, leaving plenty of room for profit if you can handle the absences.